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Vine boomed in 2014. The video-sharing site came out of nowhere and made overnight celebrities out of six-second videos. While it’s popularity has since tapered, let’s look back at 10 Great Vines you should bow down before and sacrifice animals to.
The story of how comedian/writer/neat guy Robert Punchur (former unofficial spokesperson of Glad Kitchen Supplies) allied himself with the more powerful, shiny, and protective Reynold’s Wrap.
Comedian Robert Punchur and Glad Kitchen Supplies had a fun Twitter conversation about product quality and homicide coverup.
The What Would I Say Ap scans past Facebook posts, comments, and captions in order to understand your vernacular and predict potential statuses. If you’re lucky, sometimes these generated updates can make you seem very philosophical…
The What Would I Say Ap scans past Facebook posts, comments, and captions in order to understand your vernacular and string common phrases into potential statuses. The ap is very revealing as to how you present yourself online. It also helps you experience old thoughts and memories in a new context. Most importantly, however, is that the ap. has. Got. GAME!
The professional side of me likes to post on my Facebook fan page once a day, but the personal side feels ashamed of our own vanity. Therefore, we were very relieved when WWIS bot offered a solution. The new ap simply scans all past posts, comments, and captions to estimate a phrase I’d be likely to say. So to give myself a break from faking consistent originality, here’s some things I’d probably post anyways…