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Post Your Selected Tweets as Comments Here!Post your chosen tweets as comments below so that we can look at them together.
Tweet One (Positive):
What’s said: “I got you coffee.”
What’s heard: “I love you.”
What's said: "I got you coffee."
What's heard: "I love you."
— Starbucks (@Starbucks) April 26, 2023
Tweet Two (Neutral/Positive):
“Yesterday, voters across the country turned out for the values we’re fighting for – because they know state and local elections matter.”
Yesterday, voters across the country turned out for the values we’re fighting for – because they know state and local elections matter.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 8, 2023
She is an absolute loser. A Zero not a Hero!
This is a example of a negative sentiment.
Positive example is: Marvellous Megan.
Original tweet: https://x.com/CocaCola/status/1701596697217101934?s=20
Negative response: This is horrifically bad, it tastes like peach yogurt. Why are you selling something soo awful?
Hard to classify response: Not bad, I store it in fridge b4 drinking
this is nasty! Found this critter in my kale salad. When I called and tried to complain they hung up on me. New location extremely unprofessional. (21244) zip
— ADRIANA VARGAS (@avargas211) November 9, 2023
Be really nice if I could return my items to a Nike store but they can’t do that and the customer agent spoke with doesn’t know why either and they were apparently a manager too. Guess nobody knows.
GIVE HER HER SHOE!!!!!
DESERVES IT AND MORE!!!
Tweet #1 ( Coca-Cola) (Positive)
What’s said: “I got you a Coke” 🥤
What’s heard: “You’re my best friend
Positive: We talked to the boss. 488 Retweets and we’ll keep #Schwarberfest going. 🔥🔥🔥 (Positive since it conveys the positive message of an extension to a discount/promotion)
Negative: Each time they get a hit, take a bite of your hoagie! #Schwarberfest (Negative sentiment since the Phillies did not score a single hit in the game)
Difficult to classify: Hearts out to all those who moved away from a Wawa (Not sure if it is a positive/negative comment)
“Made by Israel..!” – negative tweet
“Amazing. A good design very interested in” – positive tweet
What’s said: “I got you coffee.” What’s heard: “I love you.”
Example of Replies:
– Positive: Well there’s happiness and there’s coffee!😌
– Negative: Yo workers were so mean and forgot my boba in green tea lemonade
– Unknown: Why you charging $1 for light ice??
“Like if @Delta kept your wife stranded in NYC for three days costing thousands of dollars and wouldn’t do anything about it.”
“Here’s a picture. Of my destroyed guitar that I have received no compensation on. Multiple enquirers have been made with zero contact from case manager”
“Disappointing that 2024 will be the last year I’ll be Platinum after all these years. I’ll have to see what other airlines are offering. Haven’t flown another (non-Sky Team) airline in more than 10 years!”
“Delta is the goat 🐐”
“This is why I will continue to support this brand. This Ad is 🔥🔥🔥😊”
have left me carless for two months, they do not provide updates unless you beg them for it. Haven’t to chase them constantly regarding my car progress. I have asked for a loan car but they can’t even provide that. So unhelpful, don’t buy from Audi.
“It is so beautiful car. I love it so much.”
A positive response to @Honda
“Can it compete with Tesla?”
A negative or neutral response to @Honda
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Post your selected tweets as comments to this post.
Negative tweet: “and they ain’t drinking your garbage either” I find this negative because they’re calling Coca Cola garbage
Positive tweet: “This is amazing” I find this positive because the user liked that advertisement that Coca Cola had put on on their page
He has crafted some of the most iconic dances of our time. Now we’re ready to move the world together. Meet @JaQuelKnight, renowned choreographer, creative and H&M Move’s Movement Director.#JaQuelKnight #HMmove pic.twitter.com/ZQKHxgv43t
— H&M (@hm) August 4, 2022
The replies to this H&M tweet are mostly negative, their feed is full of users complaining about a vast majority of issues, including delayed shipments, not issuing refunds, not following their promises to stop selling to Russia, and bad customer service. I scrolled for a while and was not able to find any positive replies.
Positive: “Congrats to @UConnMBB! They were dominant throughout the tournament – and five titles since 1999 is pretty impressive.” (Barack Obama) – This tweet is positive because he is congratulating UConn Men’s Basketball team for winning the NCAA Men’s March Madness 2023.
Negative: “You picked Iona to beat them” – This tweet is negative because they are mad that Obama is congratulating UConn and said Obama picked the other team to win instead of UConn.
Difficult: “And they could still win, if only Mike Pence has the courage” – This tweet is difficult because the tweet Obama made was about congratulating UConn. What does Mike Pence got to do with the tweet,
Positive tweet: “Wow I love my Honda so much!” — This is a positive tweet because this consumer is expressing how much they love the brand and this shows other customers that this person likes their car.
Negative tweet: “Sorry, I won’t be price-gouged by your greedy dealerships” –This is a negative tweet because this person is clearly saying they have not had a good experience at the dealership purchasing a car and that they feel the workers are ‘greedy’ when trying to price the car for purchase.
Negative tweet: “Swooooooosh!!!! The sound Nike shoes make when flung at a dumpster. ”
I believe this is a negative tweet because they are making fun of the brands symbol.
Positive tweet: “Lfg swoosh!”
I think this is a positive tweet because the tweeter sounds excited about Nike and their launch collection,
Under Nikes post about Nike Air vs Jump Man here is a…..
Positive comment: compliments Nike Air but doesn’t completely bash jump man
“The Nike Air just hits different!”
Negative: this comment one prefers one shoe over the other with a negative attitude to the other
“Come on man it’s not even up for discussion.”
Neutral: doesn’t take a side
“Tbh, I really don’t care.”
Negative: Tweet to Honda- “Does it include that stupid engine stop/start crap that’s in mine and drives me crazy?”
– Complaint about feature poised as a question
Positive: Tweet to Honda- “Lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo lindo”
– Spanish word for “nice”
– Repeated over and over
Unclear: Tweet to Honda- “Good night”
– Could be a positive or negative or have no meaning at all
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