RIP To Your Mentions

Meaning

You're going to receive a lot of Twitter notifications

RIP to your mentions is a phrase typically seen on the Twitter social site that means "you're going to receive a lot of notifications." It is said to a user who tweet something that goes viral to warn him that a lot of tweeple are going to reply to him.

A mention in Twitter is when someone mentions your Twitter @user_name in his tweet and it shows up as a notification. The RIP refers to how your mentions are going to blow up and you will be overwhelmed with mention notifications.

Example

"Wow, I was retweeted by Taylor Swift!"
"RIP to your mentions."
 RIP to this guy's mentions

RIP to this guy's mentions

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Last Updated: January 15, 2018

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