Tweets of the week: Valentines Day

Posted by Ted Tabet on Wed, Feb 18, 2015 @ 09:58 AM


This week we trawled the web to find some of the funnier and more creative tweets doing the rounds. With Valentine's Day, the cricket World Cup and many more happenings in the news this week, it was hard to pick from the thousands of goodies online. But here are some of our standout tweets of the week.

Valentine's Day hit Twitter hard this week. What did we learn? Twitter revealed that Sweden is the most romantic country in the world after they tracked tweets mentioning the phrase “I love you” in over 100 different countries, with Slovenia, Israel, the UAE and Norway rounding out the top five. 180 million Valentine's Day cards were exchanged, $13 billion was spent on gifts, and a lot of people found interesting ways to share their love online.

The lovely folks at the NSA decided to get in on the Valentine's Day banter.

This poor pooch was a guest on BBC News this week. Why, you ask? His owner, animal psychologist Dr Roger Mugford, talked about a study that says dogs can tell the difference between happy and angry human facial expressions. A big day out for Bounce the dog!

Classic newspaper styled cartoons will always have a place in modern media.

This incredibly simple and somewhat crude drawing caught our eye. Simple sells.

The cricket World Cup has been dominating our air waves since hitting our shores. This little piece of statistical brilliance left many people online in stitches. 

Certainly one of the best photos posted so far. Hopefully it's a sign of good things to come!


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