After a trial period where only a select few had access, Twitter has rolled out a new 280 character limit for everyone on the app.

Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey announced the update back in September, writing that the change was "solving a real problem," but if you scroll down your timeline this morning, it's clear that not everyone agrees with him.

Twitter users have shared their frustrations by absolutely dragging the new character limit with memes, old songs and hilarious definitions. Browse our favorite responses below.

Some users pointed out what everyone was thinking

Others used the character limit to reminisce about better times

Others dredged up old memes

And nostalgic songs

But mainly, Twitter was focused on complaining about the change

And proving that we're not worthy of more characters

In other news, here’s how Twitter reacted to Trump’s account getting deactivated.

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