People share all sorts of things on Twitter – from political opinions to random memes, it’s all there for everyone’s entertainment. However, the tweets also come with a like and a reply button, which are vigorously used by Twitter users.

If you’ve ever come across the word “ratioed” on any online platform, then you probably know that it refers to those posts that have more replies than likes or retweets, or when a reply gets more likes than the original tweet. If you are still struggling with the concept, check out Merriam-Webster’s definition of the word, and if you want examples, this Twitter page might help you understand–  “Successful Ratios“. Scroll below to see some of its interesting posts.

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