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Spoiled Kids Send Rotten Tweets On Christmas [VIDEO]

Think kids these days are spoiled brats? Well, if you checked the public feed on Twitter this holiday season, you wouldn’t think it – you’d know it.

If you would like to spend a few minutes weeping for the future of humanity, check out John Hendren, a.k.a @fart‘s Twitter stream. He spent part of Christmas Day retweeting some of these spoiled kids’ Twitter gems for your reading pleasure.

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How Often Do You Check Twitter During Holidays?

This is a reshare of a post that appeared in August of 2010, modified slightly.

It’s probably fair to say that most people – certainly most business professionals – bring their mobile phones and (probably) laptops with them when on vacation or off on a holiday.

The thought of being completely isolated from the internet is less of a holiday, and more of a prison sentence. And while beaches are breathtaking and vacation towns are picturesque, the lack of a reliable 3G connection – or anything resembling free wifi – can drive a person nuts!

What about you? Are holidays (note: not business trips) literally about getting away from it all, or are some things like Twitter still super-important? Hit the comments to let us know!

Just In Time For The Holidays: Book Suggestions Based On What People Tweet

We all have that person who is just impossible to buy for. Either they already have everything or maybe you just don’t know them well enough to know what kind of fun gift they’d enjoy. And you can’t ask – that’s tacky.

Well, if they tweet you can find something that’s very “them.” So very them, in fact, they’ll wonder how you knew to buy it. But don’t give away your secret, just smile evenly and maintain eye contact for a full five minutes.

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Every #Tweet4Good Helps The Red Cross Earn $20k In Twitter Ads

Lots of placing are donating dollars for tweets this season, including Twitter.

This one is a little different though, as it’s Twitter donating Twitter money (Twollars? Twoin?) – but it’s still supporting a good cause and helping the world and stuff.

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First Of Its Kind: Live #Tubeathon Variety Show To Support Homeless Kids

Most folks want to give back this holiday season, but have trouble finding the time.

Virgin Mobile Live and What’s Trending bring the giving (and some pretty awesome entertainment) to you during the “First Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon Holiday Spectacular.”

And it happens tonight.

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Track Holiday Sentiment On Twitter With Hootsuite

Have most people on Twitter been naughty or nice? You’ll have to ask Santa for that information.

But Hootsuite’s Holiday Command Center can offer insight into how many people are tweeting about the holidays, and their sentiment about the holidays and their shopping experiences.

We’ll accept that as a close second.

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Virgin Atlantic Giving Gifts To Twitter Followers Every Day In December

We shared tips for saving money using Twitter this holiday season, but did you know that you can also win free stuff this season on Twitter?

And it’s as easy as following a specific Twitter account and sending a “choose me” style tweet.

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Giving Back This Thanksgiving Is Easy – Thanks To Twitter

As you give thanks this week and in the weeks that follow, you may feel the holiday spirit take over and your thoughts may turn to helping others.

And if so, Twitter offers lots of resources to help you track down worthy causes.

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Your Tweet Becomes A Donation When You #ThankAVet On November 11

Imagine if every tweet sent using the #ThankAVet hashtag on November 11, $1 was donated to help veterans?

The History Network just brought your imagination to life. They’ll be donating $1 for every #ThankAVet tweet to America’s VetDogs.

Patriots and dog lovers unite!

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Share Gratitude For Veterans On Twitter With #HT4H

Want to show your gratitude for veterans outside of the one day they’re officially recognized this month?

Join Raytheon’s Hashtag4Heroes effort “and send messages of support through Twitter using the #HT4H hashtag.”

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