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Do you love ice cream sandwiches? How would you like to win 1,000 of them?
Get out your fat pants and start tweeting for your chance to win!
If you’re someone who’s aware of social norms enough to put down the smartphone while you eat, you’re quickly becoming the minority. More and more often, people are tweeting from the table, according to a new study.
The Super Bowl’s halftime show might’ve stolen the spotlight (after all, the most searched-for term was Madonna), but for those millions of fans watching at home, food played just as important a role in their total Super Bowl experience.
So what is the most popular food to eat during the Super Bowl? According to Twitter, it’s pizza by a mile.
A while back, I did a post about celebs who revealed their haircuts on twitter and what that said about them. I believe that things like what you carry around in your wallet as well as what kind of wallet you carry says a lot about you.
So I wanted to investigate the people whom I and others follow on Twitter and see if it is an accurate representation of who we are. Here’s what I discovered: