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In a move seemingly designed to gladden only trolls and sitting U.S. presidents, Twitter announced Tuesday that, for a “small group” of users, it has increased its longtime 140 character limit to 280.

Predictably, a bunch of people are freaking out.

Although it’s unclear when the change will be rolled out to all users, everyone on Twitter poder currently see and interact with the few 280-character whoppers out there—including this statement from CEO Jack Dorsey.

Did anyone read that? Let me know if you did—it was a little long for me. Anyway, reactions at the moment are ranging from outrage to “TL;DR” jokes to genuine concerns about online abuse as well as Trump’s now-doubled ability to spur international conflict with the click of a button.

Just another fun day online! Happy tweeting, and may the brevity, speed, and essence of Twitter continue to delight you.

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