Twitter Reactions to Hurricane Sandy: The Foodie Version
— Austin Dill (@austindill) October 28, 2012
A few hours ago I searched #BringItSandy on Twitter and, at the time, there were about 40 tweets. It's lighting up now though. The kids in the northeast have got their game-face on and are preparing in earnest. When life hands you a hurricane, buy Bud Light. Maybe a princess flashlight and some Sour Patch Kids.
A guy just used wire to tie his propane barbecue pit to his wooden deck... hmm...
— Tyler Chando (@TChanss) October 29, 2012
Guys, it's okay. I have pumpkin pie bagels from Panera #bringitsandy
— Brooke Mello (@MELLOw_Yellow95) October 29, 2012
— nataliecusick (@nataliecusick) October 29, 2012
— Paige Maloney (@peach_maloney) October 28, 2012
prepping for #frankenstorm. crunchwrap supremes are non-perishable right guys
— a milania parody (@TheFauxMilaniaG) October 28, 2012
— Natalia Bogaczewicz (@holanatalieexx) October 28, 2012
If I get stuck in the house, I have enough alcohol to be drunk for the next 3 days straight.#BringitSandy
— Keith Gajewski (@KeithGajewski) October 29, 2012
If you're in the area, I'd try to find this house:
— Carla Tracy (@carlatracy) October 29, 2012
— Michelle Pina (@PinaMich) October 29, 2012
— Paul Ventura (@Ace_0611) October 29, 2012
— Vicki (@Victoria_Dianne) October 29, 2012
— Joe Principato (@JP_LICKS15) October 29, 2012
As long as the pizza shop and dunkin in my backyard don't close over the next couple days I'm good. #bringitSandy.
— Jason Pizzoferrato (@Jay_Pizz) October 29, 2012
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