I am so over this hashtag and how people throw it around:
Really? Are you really feeling blessed to get a fancy toilet?
Just Iike some folks on Facebook are blessed to find a parking spot or blessed to go out to dinner or blessed to do anything.
In the words of Inigo Montoya, “I do not think this word means what you think it means.”
Don’t wear it out, people…especially not on a toilet.
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The Interwebs are canoodlin’ about Google’s new logo, which they debuted yesterday on their homepage with a Doodle.
Twitter quickly responded with an #OldGoogle vs #NewGoogle hashtag, and #NewGoogle is winning..but personally, I think it’s
While the old logo was all serif-y (which isn’t my bag), the new logo looks like a generic children’s font from an off-brand puzzle or storybook.
I know their new name is Alphabet, but they can still afford nicer blocks, right?
Unless they have already spent a fortune in print support materials, I say ‘2.0’ this logo.
A little less #Blahgle and a little more #Google, please.
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Tagged #Blahgle, #NewGoogle, #OldGoogle, advertising, alphabet, blah, blocks, branding, Google, hashtag, Humor, Internet, logo, marketing materials, Twitter, writing
Bloomberg isn’t in this ad for Pepsi — trust me, I’ve watched it several times — but the former New York City mayor’s fingerprints are all over it.
Mini cans of Pepsi? I drink two cans of Diet Pepsi with a meal. Going smaller is so…so…
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Tagged advertising, Bloomberg, celebrities, commercials, Diet Pepsi, entertainment, fingerprints, food, hashtag, Humor, life, mini soda can, New York City, New York City mayor, Pepsi, soda, soda can, squint, Television, un-American
When I was home for Christmas last December, my three nephews were joking about the perils of having their mom and aunts on Facebook and Twitter.
They just never know when we may chime in on something they post.
Today I drove that point home.
I was stuck on the computer all day, working on a project with a tight deadline. When I needed a break, I would check Twitter; my nephew Nathaniel had just posted something every time.
So did I.
Each time I commented on his tweet or posted a tweet in reply, I added the hashtag #AuntsonTwitter. We chatted back and forth for quite a while, having a great time…or so I thought. Then he posted his own hashtag —
Whatever do you think it means??!?!
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I do not know Toneh Perry.
But when he offered his thoughts in a hashtag game on Twitter yesterday, I thought he and his entry deserved a larger audience.
The hashtag — #confessyourunpopularopinion
It is not
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