If only summoning circles actually worked - but no harm in trying, right? That's exactly what Twitter users seem to be doing these days, thanks to a new trend that has taken over the microblogging platform. Netizens are creating "summoning circles" using candle emojis on Twitter, asking for their deepest, darkest desires and hoping they come true. The results are predictably hilarious, and range from "lots of money" to "enough sleep". You'll definitely find some of these wishes to be very relatable, so we collected of the best summoning circle memes for you.
Take a look:
It all began when one Twitter user asked for serotonin by drawing a summoning circle.
summoning circle, hope this works— ko (@depressbrethren) March 5, 2019
The meme took off after that, and soon Twitter was flooded with hilarious requests. Money emerged to be a recurring theme
Summoning circle hope this works— Lauren (@_cosmonaught_) March 7, 2019
in my bank
summoning circle, hope this works— (@DigitalEmpress) March 6, 2019
So did sleep
summoning circle— Isko (@iskolarspeaks) March 6, 2019
i hope this works
summoning circle, hope this works— Lexie (@Lexievigne) March 8, 2019
summoning circle, hope this works— jc@ tired (@alktomycin) March 7, 2019
Take a look at some of the other things people wished for
summoning circle, hope this works— Ryan Vance (@ryanjjvance) March 6, 2019
For being clums-
Oh no oh no
summoning circle, hope this works— 𝙙𝙖𝙣𝙞𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙩 (@javorus_moore) March 7, 2019
summoning circle, hope this works— antoine (@ant1miguel) March 7, 2019
summoning circle, hope this works— corey (@ZODlACDADDY) March 7, 2019
Which of these things do you wish for the most? Let us know using the comments section below.Click for more trending news
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