A Guide To Ja’mie King’s Ja’miezing Vocabulary Leads The Daily Links

Plus revisiting Adam Sandler’s “Thanksgiving Song,” an intriguing study on Facebook statuses, and how stuff went viral in the 1800s.

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“Bogan,” “povo,” “ILY”: Now that Ja’mie King has her own HBO show, it’s time to learn what she’s actually saying. - [Vulture]

There are some things you may not be thankful for, like tofurkey, canned cranberry sauce, and these other horrors you may find on your Thanksgiving table. - [USA Today]

Here’s something worth “liking”: A new study shows that increased Facebook posting leads to happiness. - [Discover]

Memes are nothing new: Here’s how ideas went “viral” back when we didn’t even have electricity. - [Motherboard]

In an eerie set of coincidences, a bar owner was featured on Spike TV’s Bar Rescue the same night he murdered a famous country music star. - [BroBible]

Don’t let those selfies go to waste on your phone: There’s a new startup that will print your Instagram pics onto…marshmallows. - [BetaBeat]

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Adam Sandler’s “Thanksgiving Song” turns 20 this year, which means you may need help understanding all its dated pop culture references. - [The Week]

It seemed like the perfect crime, but alas, a man who dealt barbecue-scented heroine was finally caught at his barbecue restaurant. - [Grub Street]

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