Twitter is abuzz with Memorial Day chatter.
There are mostly remembrances and respectful tweets, sprinkled with a few jokes about sales and (at least) one place attaching it to a marketing campaign. There’s always one, isn’t there?
Did you create a ValenVine for your Valentine today? If not, you missed out. But no worries – there’s always next year. Or HallowVine. (You get the idea. And yes, I know that doesn’t work nearly as well.)
Some people were ALL over it though – and one company in particular created about a bazillion Vines in response to followers tweets. All hilarious. (Mostly hilarious.)
If you thought our post earlier was “dumb,” get your angry pills ready – because this one is entirely and unapologetically stupid.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and if you haven’t yet picked up your honey the clutch bouquet of flowers or box of chocolates, you might be shaking in your boots.
But, never fear: social media is here. Thanks to the growing phenomenon of social gifting, it’s easier than ever to make just-right purchases online for any holiday or other occasion.
A few suggestions for last-minute Valentine’s Day social gifts, below.
In honor of Cupid and red roses worldwide, we’re wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day in Twitterific fashion.
Below, browse through 140-character love notes – if you like one especially, feel free to tweet it to your own valentine.
We bet you’ll tweet something about Valentine’s Day on Thursday or on the days surrounding it. Maybe you’ll tweet something gushy or something depressing – and MANY of you will be tweeting about how it’s “just another day.” (It isn’t.)
Regardless of your love/hate/indifference for the day though, we’re pretty sure you’ll have something to say – and that you’ll say it on Twitter. And we know WHAT you’ll say too, because there are six distinct personalities sending these tweets.
You are not unique, Valentine.
Did you resolve to be a better you in some way this 2013? Though many people poo poo resolutions as a silly practice, just as many make – and break – these ill-conceived self-promises each year.
If you’re a “resolver,” take heart. Twitter is going to help you keep your resolutions. And if you’re someone who “resolves” things, you’ll probably like what they suggest.
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