A Twitter user tagged Shashi Tharoor in a post and asked him to suggest the name of a store that will sell books and stationery and also serve as an internet cafe.
Shashi Tharoor is known for his wit and verbal prowess. People are often lucky enough to catch a glimpse of his rich vocabulary, including on Twitter. And as you might expect, the tweets never fail to cause a stir among people. In addition to sharing interesting tweets, he also takes the time to share responses to the various messages directed at him. Just like this recent share where he suggested the name of a store when asked to do so by a Twitter user.
Twitter user Shah Zahan tagged the MP in a post and asked him to suggest the name of a store that will sell books and stationery and also serve as an internet cafe. “Dear @ShashiTharoor Sir, A bosom friend of mine after completing his MPhil in Political Science is going to open a shop at @Majuli (net cafe, books and stationery). So he is asking 4 for a unique name in English for his shop. Can I ask you to do a favor for finding a name?” he tweeted.
Tharoor took the time to offer a suggestion and his response created a buzz among people. “How about calling it ‘WWW: World Wide Words’?” This covers both books and the internet,” he wrote.
Shashi Tharoor’s answer, since being shared, has garnered over 1,000 likes and counts. The post also prompted people to share various reactions.
“It encompasses the uniqueness of the merchandise,” wrote one Twitter user. “Gem of a person. .. Respect,” another commented. “Amazing! You are too good Sir!!” posted a third.
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