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lip-syncing on the millennium falcon: your daily distraction... you're welcome.

lip-syncing on the millennium falcon: your daily distraction... you're welcome.
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #176 • View online

Duped by KFC
Earlier this month, the internet lost it when Twitter user @edgette22 made the realization that KFC cleverly follows “11 herbs and spices” and there was even a rumour that KFC commissioned a painting for the man who pointed it out. It turns out that it was all a marketing ploy.
Trust no one, not even fried chicken.
Trust no one, not even fried chicken.
Instagram tests out a new #feature
It looks like pretty soon, other users aren’t the only thing you’ll be able to follow on Instagram. The photo-sharing app is testing out a feature that allows users to follow hashtags. It’s not yet clear how exactly these posts will appear on your feed.
Hopefully this won't clog up your feed.
Hopefully this won't clog up your feed.
Musical.ly to be sold for $800 million
Musical.ly, an app that allows users to make and post lip-sync videos, is most popular with younger audiences. Before the death of Vine (R.I.P.), it was thought that this app would be its main competitor. Now, it looks like Musical.ly will be sold for $800 million to $1 billion.
It looks like the founders will be swimming in money.
It looks like the founders will be swimming in money.
Pinterest just gets better and better
Do you ever find yourself making 10 Pinterest boards related to the same topic? Well now, it will be easier to organize them. You already know how much we love Pinterest, and their new update just confirms how this tool is listening to user suggestions for improvement.
Planning wedding ideas just got easier.
Planning wedding ideas just got easier.
Disney hides Millenium Falcon in plain sight
You’d think such a massive company like Disney would have better security measures. Apparently not. The Millennium Falcon, seen in multiple Star Wars films (and most likely in The Last Jedi, hitting theatres December 15), was discovered via Google Maps. It was located near Longcross, a major film and tv studio.
They really couldn't find a better place?
They really couldn't find a better place?
TGIF! Have a wonderful weekend from the Truly Social team!
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