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Quarantined Couple Recreates Riding A Horse in Hilarious Video

This couple is feeling the full effect of the coronavirus quarantine. The couple just recreated riding a horse in a hilarious video that they posted to social media.
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Chrissy Teigen Reveals Star Treatment That Celebs Get in Slew of Tweets

Chrissy Teigen has completely pulled the curtain back on what it’s like being a celebrity. In an extensive Q&A session on Twitter over the weekend, the outspoken star gave insight on everything from how she name-drops to get dinner reservations, the secret airport terminal A-listers get to use...
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Hillary Clinton Tweets Epic Response to Lizzo's Meme

Hillary Clinton loves Lizzo just as much as the rest of us. The unlikely bond occurred when the “Juice” singer tweeted a video of the 2016 Democratic presidential debates showing Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and other White House hopefuls standing for the National Anthem. But instead of The Star...
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Twitter's Newest Viral Trend is Texting Your 'Number Neighbor' and Sharing The Response

( 103.3 AMP Radio ) -- This is DEFINITELY going to piss some people off. Ever heard of your number neighbor? Yeah same -- most of us are clueless when it comes to this term. A Number Neighbor is someone that has the exact same phone number as you, but the last digit is a number above or below your...
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Is Twitter Actually Removing the Like and Retweet Features? Developers Respond

After a viral Tweet said the social media platform was removing likes and retweets, the block option, the ability to go private, and forcing users to have direct messages open to everyone, the social media panic started up again.
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Why Is Bea Arthur Trending On Twitter?

An investigation into why the beloved 'Golden Girl' is back in the news
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Twitter Wants Your Help Creating New Hateful Speech Policy

What constitutes a violation of their rules? Social media app Twitter is trying to find a balance between letting the first amendment thrive and keeping hateful speech off of the app.
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