The Best Twitter Reactions to the Death of AIM

AOL’s Instant Messenger news has brought out all sorts of nostalgic feels.

“All good things come to an end,” AOL's official AIM account (opens in new tab) tweeted bittersweetly on Friday.

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After 20 years, the company has announced that it will be shutting down the notorious instant messenger service (opens in new tab) on December 15, prompting everyone who ever used it to mourn its loss on social media.

Let us bow our heads and collectively appreciate AIM's final curtain call by way of these reaction tweets:

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I’m Eileen, the digital news reporter at Hearst Digital Media. As a member of the newsroom, I report on a wide range of news, including entertainment, politics and lifestyle. I also cover red carpet events for over 20 of Hearst's magazine brands. I previously held positions at CNN, Facebook and MTV, where I worked as a digital producer, writer and on-camera host. Fun facts: I'm fluent in Spanish, a BU alum, and love fashion and travel.