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peacock extinguishes flamethrower with roundhouse kick then vanishes: your daily distraction... you're welcome

peacock extinguishes flamethrower with roundhouse kick then vanishes: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #229 • View online

Musk's Flamethrowers Selling Like (Super) Hot Cakes
Earlier in the week, we pretty much screamed from the rooftops that you can buy a flamethrower from Elon Musk’s “The Boring Company.” Musk has now confirmed that all 20,000 have sold out.  He also encouraged buyers to use them responsibly, by showing how not to use them responsibly.
We hope your dreams of owning one haven't been extinguished.
We hope your dreams of owning one haven't been extinguished.
Instagram Hops On To The Carousel
Not content with having just one ad in its Story feature, Instagram is rolling out carousel advertising that includes up to three photos/videos. However, the ride’s not over yet, as Director of Product Marketing, Susan Rose states that this is “just a starting point.
Let's hope that the advertisers are tall enough to ride.
Let's hope that the advertisers are tall enough to ride.
United Airlines Ruffles Feathers
Oh, United Airlines. You’re the PR disaster that just keeps on giving. Remember the time they forcibly removed a man from an over-booked flight? Of course you do. Well, this time they’ve prevented a woman from travelling with her emotional support peacock (what? you don’t have one?). If you think about it, this could’ve happened to any one of us. Scary.
- The peacock, probably.
- The peacock, probably.
Twitter Bots Mysteriously Vanish Among Investigations
While you’re still reeling from how perfect the above gif is, allow us to remind of another story we talked about this week: Twitter bots! As pressure and scrutiny from federal inquiries pile on to companies like Devumi, Twitter bots have been disappearing from social media accounts. Convenient, don’t you think?
Caught in the act.
Caught in the act.
Toe-tally Useless?
Twitter isn’t too excited about the latest selfie gadget that lets you take selfies with your feet. The creatively named “SelfieFeet” will retail at either $24.99 or $24,990 (we can’t tell because they’ve used a comma where a period should have been used) depending on your level of literacy. If you’re looking for a surefire way to take an epic photo and roundhouse kick somebody in the face, then this item was made for you!
Cheeeeese - ARGH!
Cheeeeese - ARGH!
Be secure and have a happy Change Your Password Day from all of us here at Truly Social!
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