Another Study From Twitter


Yet another university, corporation or research group is using the twitter to gauge the human condition. This time Jacob Eisenstein at the Georgia Institute of Technology and his colleagues used Twitter to examine the origins of slang and how it spreads through the country. What they found was that places like New York, SoCal, and Atlanta are hotbeds for new slang, but that certain slang associated with one region may not have started there. The word “Bruh” actually started in the southeast before migrating to southern California. In next week’s study, find out how Twitter can help you look great and trim inches off the waist with just one easy, 10-minute workout.

Read more at elitedaily.com.

12 comments
blasterjoe
blasterjoe

What a condition our condition is in.

Ziggy Stardust
Ziggy Stardust

Maybe they can figure out why people get sucked into this shit ? 

DeathProof
DeathProof

MIT has a team of researchers working around the clock to track down the mysterious origins of #ProlapsedAnus and #btbwts

SarahMcPants
SarahMcPants

We are last to get new slang here in Kansas, it's off the chain yo!

Vickroy
Vickroy

@SarahMcSmokeyPants fo shizzle.