Sad Brand Tweets You Would Have Seen If Gay Marriage Had Lost

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Same-sex marriage is now legal in the United States, and brands have been losing their minds. Their excitement—much of which has been flooding my Twitter timeline all day—is more than understandable, but it really makes you wonder what the internet would have looked like had the Supreme Court decided against marriage equality.

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In an alternate universe, what would have been the opposite of #LoveWins? Below are some imagined tweets you might have seen from some of your favorite brands if history hadn’t been made today.

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Chipotle:

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Coca-Cola:

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Hot Topic:

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Totino’s:

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Hillary Clinton:

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Jell-O:

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Chick-fil-A:

(Chick-fil-A did not tweet about same sex marriage.)

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Denny’s:

(Denny’s did not tweet about same sex marriage.)

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Contact the author at bobby@jezebel.com.

Images via Screengrab/Shutterstock/Twitter/Coca-Cola/Z0/Flickr

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davidoliver
Lana, Lana,...LANAAAAAA!!!

I know some people may have some issue with the corporate tweets and such of support as maybe be crass commercialism, but keep in mind that these companies employ gay and lesbian employees and for those folks it means a lot that they know their employer has their back.