10 Food Trends That Made Twitter Hungry
Twitter wraps up this year with a good sumptuous memory of the most hashtagged food and drink items users have talked about in 2016.
The red cups might have caused its fans to get excited about Starbucks. After all, this famous brand is more than just coffee.
Certainly, it is made for champions. Breakfast remains to be the most important meal of the day, good food only fit for kings and queens.
Because Friday nights and game nights are worth it, why not snuggle and cuddle for the weekend with pizza and a bottle of beer?
Who has ever gotten wrong with chocolates? Everyone loves their own share of serotonins after all.
As basic and default as it may sound, water is a need.
What good is #Beer without #Pizza? What good are weekends for? As what they usually say, you can never go wrong with pizza.
This spot proves true about the studies that report millennials to be the largest consumers of alcoholic beverages.
It's a must to tweet something healthy once in a while.
Caffeine has become a lifestyle of this generation. Why not give it a shot at the second spot for #Coffee that received millions of hash tags in a span of twelve months?
This generation have explored and enjoyed a series of healthy revolutions which media has so creatively offered. On second thoughts, this could also be all about Beyonce.
Tweeter summarizes a fun history of events and trends that have made another year an unforgettable encounter among its users yet again. Marked with color and creativity, these hashtagged words reflect individual stories and growth as the year moves towards newer beginnings.
2016 therefore ends with the realization that food stories will always be good stories, wherever or whoever you may be.
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