The anonymous feedback app, Sarahah is undoubtedly the new internet sensation. Sararah (Arabic translation: Honesty) received an overwhelming response in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Its evolution in India has not impressed many, but nevertheless has created an extra-ordinary rage on the internet. Be it love/hate confessions, exhibiting anger, thank yous to appreciation, the app has shown it all.
As Twittarti and Facebook debates on the need of public validation, the app seems to fume mixed feelings. we list down the most hillarious reaction to the anonymous feedback app. Check em out!
1. Noo! Please Noooo!
Really hoping that Sarahah is a prank and they ultimately reveal who sent you those messages and ruin all friendships.
— Sapan Verma (@sapanv) August 12, 2017
2. Failed Attempt to enhance self-esteem:
Another failed attempt after sayat
Of boostig up your low self esteem .
— Married Batman (@Dictator_wa) August 11, 2017
3. Remember the Song?
— Lost The Plot (@lostthepl0t) August 12, 2017
4. Attention Seekers! Huh.
People sharing Sarahah link will be included in the Forbes list of Best Attention Seekers In The World.
5. Is it really anonymous?
— Nimish Dubey (@nimishdubey) August 11, 2017
6. Anonymous ho toh kya hua, tareef tareef hoti hai!
— Anshu |SmallTownGirl (@anshu_stg) August 11, 2017
— Ansar Ravuthar (@AhamedAnsar) August 12, 2017
8. In the Eye!
#Sarahah the spineless making stupid confessions, and the sane seeking secret amusement.
9. One for Ache Din!
हर तरफ #Sarahah पर आएँ लव लेटर्स को देखते हुए अब लग रहा कि सबके अच्छे दिन आ गए..! 😜
10. Truth Revealed
#Sarahah : basically an app where you can hit enter on all those comments you would have otherwise backspaced.
— Kautuk Srivastava (@Cowtuk) August 12, 2017
11. Twitter-Facebook were enough!
Fb & twitter already has enough fake ids to send you anonymous & ‘constructive’ feedback. This is like getting hit blindfolded! #Sarahah
— Karthick Naren (@karthicknaren_M) August 12, 2017