Another April Fools' Day come and gone, another time Greta Thunberg proved to us she's a social media master.
Thunberg, known for her snappy comebacks and witty posts on her Twitter, made a post on April 1st where she said she'd compiled a video full of resources and ideas that everyone can do to slow down the effects of the climate crisis.
When you clicked the link, what do you think you saw?
I made a video where I talk about some small things we ALL can and should do to stop the climate crisis. We are in… https://t.co/Lj1RWnRu9p— Greta Thunberg (@Greta Thunberg)1617285679.0
Well, some of the older folks among us weren't quite sure at first.
@GretaThunberg hunny bunny ... i am confused this is where that link goes. keep going we love you https://t.co/EXNuFsg9LB— valerie (@valerie)1617294659.0
@GretaThunberg Pls i thought I clicked on the wrong link 💀 lmao— Xenia (@Xenia)1617285825.0
@GretaThunberg Are we sharing Rick Astley? Any kids that play fortnite will be happy about it. They already know t… https://t.co/H9rJv0CSIR— Boy Mom Always - Engineer for Life (@Boy Mom Always - Engineer for Life)1617295796.0
@GretaThunberg That's an interesting way to build bridges to all the Boomers!— Halle Verkehrt #KlimaVorAcht (@Halle Verkehrt #KlimaVorAcht)1617285832.0
@GretaThunberg The funniest part is the one where a bunch of folks use Greta Thunbergs comments section to push the… https://t.co/ERiuKLyjbQ— Joris Lippens (@Joris Lippens)1617287766.0
Mostly people were absolutely floored at how funny and quick Greta Thunberg is over her social media.
😂. This is brilliant! Please click the link! https://t.co/lpNvNdF6mi— Jens Rauch (@Jens Rauch)1617376860.0
Important video for all year round. https://t.co/f740x2ZqSn— Lawrie G 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 (@Lawrie G 🇬🇧 🇪🇺)1617369426.0
Just brilliant 🤣🤣 https://t.co/Mi0d1MXCsV— Sarah Barnes 🇫🇷 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 (@Sarah Barnes 🇫🇷 🇪🇺 🇬🇧)1617362341.0
Fair play to Greta. https://t.co/5XmO913z1D— Simon Henry 💙 (@Simon Henry 💙)1617362303.0
https://t.co/cjXop2zAVQ https://t.co/88A25FvmDF— Andy Powell (@Andy Powell)1617360711.0
It's a rite of passage for anybody who has ever been on the internet to be "Rickrolled," aka, tricked into clicking a link of "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.
The phenomenon made its way outside of the internet, too, and even made it to the likes of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Disney film Ralph Breaks The Internet.
One hell of a woman, @GretaThunberg Proud to retweet this one... https://t.co/MVDSK5Ir7f— Full Grown 💙 (@Full Grown 💙)1617359682.0
I missed this ever so important message yesterday from the world's greatest climate activist. Bravo! 😂 https://t.co/18P00yVaJU— ⚡Leftist Sparky⚡🌹👷🏻♂️ 🌍 (@⚡Leftist Sparky⚡🌹👷🏻♂️ 🌍)1617369331.0
Go Greta! @GretaThunberg trolls the trolls on #AprilFoolsDay. You've been #Rickrolled! https://t.co/M0F92NfNDO— Richard Ashwell 🌍 💙 (@Richard Ashwell 🌍 💙)1617360969.0
The kids are alright https://t.co/oN7cccg5v2— Being Bestest Voted Blue 💙🇺🇸 🌊🇺🇸 (@Being Bestest Voted Blue 💙🇺🇸 🌊🇺🇸)1617326375.0
Just got Rick rolled by Greta Thunberg. https://t.co/PjXvaTD90g— Chris Carus (@Chris Carus)1617307791.0
Thanks, Greta, for your work. We ALL must do our part to prevent climate change and a climate crisis.
Including Rick Astley.