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What to Give Up for Lent 2018? Consider Twitter’s Top 100 Ideas

Last year, Trump ranked between Facebook and hope. Once again, you can follow in real time what Twitter users say they are giving up for Lent, which this year begins Wednesday, February 14. Last year, food items were three times as popular to abstain from as technology items or personal habits, according to 73,334 tweets analyzed by’s Stephen Smith during the week of Ash Wednesday 2017.
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