It's Sreejit, not 3G.
It's Santesh not Sandesh.
The hashtags #KeepItGoing and #keep_it_going were started to ask hilarious and random pop culture questions on Twitter and Facebook on an infinite screenshot loop and have a bit of fun.
What if Guns&Roses haven't knocked on heavens door??
— Giraffe (@nepali_giraffe) September 16, 2015
What if Meghan trainor wasn't all about the bass??
— प्रन्से (@pranse_007) September 16, 2015
But as of end 2015, Indians have hijacked the hashtags to express their exasperation around the many weird pronunciations of their glorious names by strangers. A bunch of Twitter and Facebook users are now encouraging others to post screenshots of the correct spellings of their names. It's Sanchit, not Sanshit (WTF?) says one.
"It's not bhangi," writes an annoyed Shubhangi. Yash, not Ash, Sanjib, not Sanjeeb, Sanjiv, Sanjeev, and definitely not Sonjeeb.
Here are some who would like to call you out on not trying harder.
It's Angsuman, not Angusman.
It's Swayam, not So..yum.
It's Chaitalee, not Chetali.
It's Joyeeta, not Joytita.
It's Pratiti, not Pradeedee.
It's Pratiti, not Pratichee or Prakriti or Pradeedee & definitely not Prachi/Prachee.
— P M (@pratitimajumdar) December 29, 2015
It's Nidhesh, not Nitesh.
Not Nitesh, not niteesh, and definitely not nitin!
— nidhesh nair (@nidhesh_nair) December 27, 2015
It's Jay, not Jaay.
It's Pakira, not Parika.
It's Sanchit, not Sanshit.
Not Sunchit Sancheet and definietly not Sanshit.
— Sanchit Desai (@SanchitDesai) December 21, 2015
It's Prodipto, not Pradipto.
Definitely not Proditto
#keep_it_going — feeling confused
— Prodipto Ghosh (@ghoshprodipto) December 16, 2015
It's Debatri, not Debatry.
It's Anisha, not Onisha.
It's Chinmay not Chimney.
It's Hrishikesh, not Rushikesh.
Its Himalay, not Himalayas.
Its Walikhindi, not Velapandi.
It's Sreejit not 3G.
It's Shantesh, not Sandesh.
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