Posts Tagged ‘Holidays’
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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.
So don’t feel so bad if you spend your holidays with the ol’ 140 Characters, on Twitter. You’re not the only one…
If you are lonely; or, if your family is intolerable; or if you are a Twitter junkie, we have created a list of 6 ways to make your holiday experience on Twitter more fantastic:
Everybody knows it: the holidays are stressful.
Maybe even the most stressful time of the year.
Wonderful, schwonderful. Nothing’s bright and merry about your teenage cousin getting bombed on wine spritzers and throwing up all over your grandmother’s antique tablecloth, while your sister’s kids play “who’s under the table?” for three hours and the dog keeps nosing your crotch.