Life without Twitter

A US group once surveyed via Twitter what people were giving up for Lent – the 40-day period from Ash Wednesday to Holy Thursday at Easter.

Interestingly, the most popular choice was giving up Twitter

Full list, including the sincere and the sarcastic, below.

1. Twitter
2. Chocolate
3. Swearing
4. alcohol
5. Soda
6. Facebook
7. Fast food
8. Sex
9. Sweets
10. Meat
11. Lent
12. School
13. Junk food
14. Chips
15. Coffee
16. Candy
17. Bread
18. You
19. Smoking
20. Giving up things
21. Homework 1
22. Food
23. Social networking
24. Religion
25. Marijuana
26. Beer
27. Work
28. Stuff
29. McDonald’s
30. Virginity
31. Cookies
32. Masturbation
33. Ice cream 1
34. Shopping
35. Fried food
36. Boys
37. Sobriety
38. Coke
39. Catholicism
40. Cheese
41. Nothing
42. Carbs
43. Red meat
44. Procrastination
45. Desserts
46. Pizza
47. Pancakes
48. Sugar
49. Rice
50. Breathing
51. Me
52. Texting
53. Starbucks

54. Fizzy drinks
55. French fries
56. Diet Coke
57. Porn
58. Tumblr
59. Wine

60. Makeup
61. Liquor
62. Booze
63. College
64. My phone
65. Life 4
66. Caffeine
67. Laziness
68. Chipotle
69. Tea

70. Chicken
2
71. Cake
72. Sarcasm

73. New Year’s resolutions
74. Takeout
75. Men
76. Pork

77. Christianity
78. Sleep

79. People
80. Caring
81. Juice

82. Snacking
83. Lying
84. TV
85. Complaining
86. Church
87. Him
88. Sweet tea
89. Lint
90. Vegetables 3
91. Talking
92. Bacon 3
93. Being mean
94. Pasta
95. Eating out
96. Negativity
97. Eating
98. Biting my nails
99. Nutella
100. Being nice

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