Woman Writes Lyrics To “Bohemian Rhapsody” In Secret Twitter Code

Are you wise enough to crack this code? The answer... probably.

Anywhere the wind blows. Doesn’t really matter. To me. Those were the words of a young Freddie Mercury making his way through the open rock and roll road as he sang the transcendent mega hit “Bohemian Rhapsody”. The song has been parodied and covered by forces as eclectic as The Muppets, Panic! at the Disco and Wayne’s World. Now one more unlikely cover has jumped into the fray… the Twitter feed of one Hadie Mart, who Tweets under the moniker of @CostcoRiceBag. Hadie Mart revealed in a Tweet something incredible… that the first word of every one of her Tweets for the past few Tweets have been hiding an incredible secret, a secret… of Bohemian proportions, wink.

Folks… if you go to Hadie’s incredible feed and read down through the Tweets, you will find the unforgettable and classic lyrics of Bohemian Rhapsody, hidden! In plain sight!

 

All the words are there, we’re talking Gallelio who was written up in an insanely non weighty thread about Gallelio (was anyone hankering for a Gallelio thread? Because now we’ve got one!) and some of the Tweets even went viral, such as her Tweeting using the words Scaramouche! (“Scaramouche! Scaramouche! Will you do the Fandango!”)

The most impress part of all of this? Hadie started this grand quoting of one of Bohemian Rhapsody’s best back in May. Look upon it! This is the Tweet that started this all! The Tweet that began a grand experiment in quoting the work of Freddie Mercury for the sole purposes of entertaining us all! Look and gaze at… the Tweet!

Imagine doing all that planning backwards. That’s nuts. Hadie, we gaze in awe at your accomplishments. Any way the wind blows doesn’t really matter to me… unless it blows people to this Twitter thread! Haha! Got em!

What do you think of Hadie’s great experiment? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.

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