The "Eat It Don't Tweet It" music video mocks the food porn movement, in which foodies snap photos of their meals or treats and upload them to social media sites via their smartphone. The video was a collaboration between The Key of Awesome and American Hipster.
The ditty was designed to encourage users to stop tweeting about their meals. With lyrics like "You are pathetic, we're not photogenic/ Hurry it up we're getting cold/ Come down here and taste us, don't humiliate us/ No one gives a damn 'bout what you post," the "Eat It Don't Tweet It" music video will definitely make food pornographers stop and think about uploading their meals to Twitter. For more on food porn, check out this analysis of whether food-centric TV visuals are making is fat.
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