Happy Monday, everyone. It’s a good day for you to head back to work and pretend to do your job while you read these tweets I’ve compiled for you. So spend some extra time in the break room making your coffee, then cuddle up in your chair and make sure your coworkers can’t see your monitor. If we’re being completely honest, it’s not like anyone in the office is actually doing work until around 10 AM anyway. So take your time getting down to business this morning, and enjoy these tweets, which are, as always, located after the jump!
< Editor’s Note: To make this post comply with the high standards of a certain web behemoth’s moralistic ad robots, we’ve edited out certain words and replaced them with other words. I’ll let you figure out what. – Patrick >
I want everyone to know that I will never judge a person as an individual for what they’re interested in when it comes to sexy times. I mean, if I’m being completely honest, there is a special place in my fantasies for Al Pacino circa 1972, as well as Fred Durst circa 1998. And if that Durst affinity is any indicator, I’m no stranger to what can be referred to as “dirty.” So that’s why I feel like I’m the perfect person to tell you about what it is your fellow Okies are searching for when it comes to corn. Now, according to The Daily Dot:
Corn site CornDub released a boatload of visit duration and search keyword data last week, and the results are somewhat explicit. Among the information the site’s revealed, we’re now privy to each American state’s top three favorite corn-related search terms, as well as the average length of each state’s visit to the site.
The information reveals a few interesting trends—most notably, the unique interests belonging to certain states, like Kentucky’s love of hentai corn (usually Japanese anime), Wyoming’s fascination with smoking-related sex, and Nevada’s singular interest in a corn star named Janita Qeen. But the rest—Asians, teens, compilations, and a few other terms we probably shouldn’t mention—shouldn’t appear so surprising.
A Redditor took that data and made some pretty sweet infographics. And so, it is with great joy that I bring you the top the three CornHub search times for the great state of Oklahoma!
This past week of Twitter was full of college football. While I really wanted to create an entire post with tweets about how strange it was that the Pride of Oklahoma played the theme song from Maude during half time, I’m not going to do it. Unless Patrick says I can. In which case, expect another MMT later today. But anyway, this week’s tweets are after the jump!
TLO Twitter Spat with Stan Miller:
It all started when some person decided to randomly troll KWTV 9 Morning Anchor Stan Miller on Twitter. You may remember Stan as the two-time winner of our “Worst Anchorman” category in the Worst of OKC or the man with a pretty smile:
If you would’ve asked me on Sunday what my favorite famous rock in the state of Oklahoma is, I would’ve said the Heavner Runestone. It’s a rock from the Vikings! Most likely, it’s the head of Thor’s Hammer! Or something! I don’t know. I didn’t really pay too much attention in Oklahoma History on the days when we weren’t watching the Rodger’s and Hammerstein musical or that OETA Oklahoma Passage miniseries thing. But basically, other than rose rocks, the Heavner Runestone is pretty much the only rock you associate with our state.
But all that has changed. Now, not just a rock, but pretty much a monument or statue sort of a thing has been found right here in the metro. According to KFOR.com:
Well, we had a full week that was full of tweets and I’ve got them right here for you. It was a slow tweet week for me, but only because our Tony didn’t flip out on the Oklahoman and try to take them to task via Twitter for a few hours. That’s always my favorite. I think he has more emotional investment in that newspaper than any person who writes for them. Anyway, check out these tweets that having nothing to do with Tony or the Oklahoman after the jump!
Account hacked. Those were pretty plain looking drawers though?
— Mark Rodgers (@markrsports) August 24, 2013
Account hacked? Drawers? What exactly is going on here.
Here’s the “hacked” Tweet. I’m going to let Patrick take care of this one.
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