‘Leo season’ is trending on Twitter because have you ever met a Leo who doesn’t want all of the attention?
At least they know they need attention to survive
by Una Dabiero
It’s July 23rd. To most of us, that means absolutely nothing. But to Leos, it’s everything.
Leo season starts today, which means Leos now have about 30 days to celebrate themselves – something they all love to do. They love themselves so much they got “Leo season” trending on Twitter and the tweets are probably the most extra thing you’ll see all day.
Every Leo made sure to tell us they’re the only important Star sign.
Because Leo MUST be the center of attention.
So blessed and honored it is finally Leo season, the only season that matters.
— jess✨ (@jessicamayax) July 23, 2017
And that they’re just super excited it’s their time to shine.
Cue the ‘i’m glowing’ Instagram captions.
LEO SEASON BITCH I AM ALIVE.
— yung deepthroat™ (@thekidmoon) July 23, 2017
There were lots of lion GIFs.
Because what Leo doesn’t see themselves as the King of the Jungle?
— Star Sign Style (@starsignstyle) July 22, 2017
And reminders to set thirst traps.
Because every Leo posts at least one gym selfie a week.
Happy Leo season! 🦁Serve looks, set thirst traps and ruin lives xo
— cindybluewho (@cindybluwho) July 22, 2017
But at least they realized how extra they were being.
They all know they need attention to survive.
— queen 👑 (@anamay_x) July 23, 2017
Leo, this month is your time to shine. Truly, go crazy. Just remember that we all might hold your 25-minute-long Snapchat stories against you. xoxo.
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