Poor Taylor Swift, those hackers gonna hack, hack hack...
Well, not viciously, but still! Total violation of privacy!
Which is totally strange to anyone who follows her account already!
The tweets said:
SoCal has ideal weather 360 days a year, but those five days of rain can apparently be terrifying to El Lay residents.
And they’re airing out their #Rainpocalypse fear on Twitter!
acid-filled wet stuff started falling from the sky on Wednesday night, but dried up before the morning, which caused some people to think the storm had passed…
So that's it? #larain
— Samantha Silver (@dazeando) February 27, 2014
— Jason Wells (@JasonBretWells) February 27, 2014
Only in Los Angeles do they start talking about an inch of rain a week before its going to happen #canadianinLA
— Sarah Favot (@sarahfavot) February 25, 2014
That free car wash last night was pretty cool. Was that a viral marketing thing or something? #LARain
— Buster Blakeney (@MrBlakeney) February 27, 2014
I saw a TV weather person jumping on a half inch puddle — does that count? #LAWeather
— Trig (@davidtrigla) February 27, 2014
But Rainpocalypse was only beginning!
Friday morning the tweets started pouring in:
— Denny (@UncannyXDen) February 27, 2014
LA IS UNDER WATER WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIIIIIIIIE #RAINPOCALYPSE2014
— roxanne marquez (@roxybebop) February 28, 2014
We are one escaped T-Rex awwy from some Jurassic Park level of rain. In other news, people from LA still suck at driving in the rain.
— Charley Ammerman (@Mord4k) February 28, 2014
Does anyone know if the National Guard delivers breakfast? I’m assuming LA is in a state of emergency with all this rain.
— Ezra Butler (@ezrabutler) February 28, 2014
— Dory Benami (@dorybenami) February 26, 2014
— andy lassner (@andylassner) February 28, 2014
— Dorothy (@Robot_Butler) February 28, 2014
These are the times that try men's souls. #rainpocalypse
— Jeff Brunelle (@heyjeffyb) February 28, 2014
— Kim Carner (@BumblingUnicorn) February 27, 2014
Rain is on it’s way to LA which is scary b/c there are a lot of little purse dogs out there without life jackets. #Rainpocalypse
— Jenna Kim Jones (@jennakimjones) February 27, 2014
Let the storm rage onnnNNNnnnn… — the rain never bothered me anyway (though it totally does)
— Danielle Sacco (@DanielleSacco) February 27, 2014
that's right folks, in LA, a good day or two of rain is an emergency. That's not hyperbole. That's how we live out here.
— The Fat White Hope (@Joe_Schmucc) February 28, 2014
Due to heavy rain, train doors at terminal stations may not open automatically. To open, press illuminated button next to doors. ^JRA
— Metro Los Angeles (@metrolosangeles) February 28, 2014
— Kim Baldonado (@KimNBCLA) February 26, 2014
The rain crossed me over hit me with a spin move and broke my ankles. I was left like where did he go? #LARain
— Gorgeous Ashtray (@Ashy_2classy) February 27, 2014
OMG RAIN BRO WTF BAD DRIVERS AHH
— Danielle Arce (@DanielleArce) February 27, 2014
— L.A. Times: L.A. Now (@LANow) February 27, 2014
Why did the chicken cross the road? Because LA DRIVERS CAN'T DRIVE IN THE #LARAIN! ahahaha!
— you can call me tart (@automatart) February 27, 2014
— Rick Dickert (@RICKatFOX) February 27, 2014
Omg im scured, this rain in LA is so scarry
— that christian girl✨ (@jesus_heartsyou) February 28, 2014
We get that rain is really serious and can be totally devastating, but c'mon Los Angeles! This person said it best:
Rain in LA forcing people to stay indoors? Let me dry your tears with my 10 inches of snow during Super Week.
— Tom Searfoss (@OptimusTom) February 28, 2014
[Image via LA Times/Twitter.]