Every so often, there's a great hashtag on Twitter that brings everyone in from across the country for one common cause; to be as sarcastic as humanly possible. Last night, was one of those nights.
#MoreRealisticStateMottos popped up and here were some of the best ones that came out of Maine...
Twitter research between March 1 and May 18 of this year, mapped out all fifty states and which ice cream flavors each state tweets about the most. Overall, more than 30 million tweets about ice cream were sent out during that time frame.
Wow, people are upset that Ben Affleck is going to be the next Batman. Like, really upset. It's almost like this somehow simultaneously affects them personally (it doesn't), and they have nothing else in their lives to worry about (we're jealous). They may be upset about it, but at least some folks have a sense of humor about it. Here are some choice tweets on the subject.
Jimmy Kimmel the other night presented "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets Volume 4". People say the meanest things to celebrities, behind the cloak of Twitter, and when you tweet it, it may not seem terrible. But watch it when the celebrities read the tweets directed at them...
There are over 400 million tweets per day on Twitter. Our math department here at TheFW says that amounts to around 2.8 billion tweets a week. We've gone through each and every one of those tweets to bring you the 10 Dumbest Tweets of the Week.
As we advance deeper into the 21st century, a Senator's press secretary is at least as likely to be getting the word out on Twitter than communicating with the press in more traditional ways.
So when Brett Wanamaker decided he wanted to surprise his girlfriend Beth Adelson, who is the press secretary for Virginia Senator Mark Warner, with a marriage proposal he had a pretty good idea where to find