It's spring break season and the U.S. government is concerned about the safety of its young citizens. So instead of a boring old press release, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs is being hip and tweeting out safety tips for overseas travelers. Unfortunately, as Gizmodo pointed out, one of their tweets seriously backfired.
From the sound of it, no one at the State Department has ever conversed with someone with an accent, because otherwise they'd know that being foreign automatically boosts the hotness factor.
Aside from the inaccuracy of the tweet, it was also a little bold on the part of the government. They've since apologized for
not governing a country made up of perfect-looking people the tweet.
There are still plenty of other tweets warning the youth how to spend their spring break.
For some, that last one might be less a scam and more a jackpot. Someone under the age of 40 may want to help the government out with their social media. They could, at the very least, spice things up with a few GIFs.