By Tony Gonzalez|
They stood, they waited — and before the clock struck midnight — they tweeted.
Sure, the Twitter one-liners included the obvious exclamations about the long lines and cold fingers endured waiting for door-busting Black Friday sales.
But it was often the offbeat and unconventional that put the furious typing thumbs of Nashville’s social media world into motion on the year’s bhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifiggest shopping day: topless male models at clothing stores, piles of coupons strewn about the sidewalks and spiffy maps handed to shoppers inside Target.
Few details were too small to share.
Waiting in line outside Walmart, Nashville Twitter user @kali4nyaaa looked down at the jar of sugary Nutella balanced between her knees and made the inevitable decision. She snapped a photo and put out her dispatch: “What I’m eating in line … hahaha!”
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