Good Day NWA: PB&J Debate Heats Up on Twitter

Good Day NWA

Actress Julia Roberts has stepped out of the social media shadows and joined Instagram. She captioned her first post with a sunshine emoji and a simple, “hello.” Roberts racked up more than 500,000 followers within 24 hours of joining Instagram. You can like her posts, but she turned off the commenting option. 

A University of Alabama swimmer is blowing Michael Phelps’ “angry game face” *out* of the water! Christian Stryker a.k.a. “Swim-Yonce” is making waves on campus and online after breaking out these epic dance moves before a recent race in Auburn.  The 19-year-old paid no mind to his competitors as he recreated Beyonce’s *entire* dance routine from Coachella! Stryker shared the video on Twitter with the caption: “Always reppin’ Beyonce’s Coachella masterpiece no matter the place.” So far, he’s received more than 22,000 likes and nearly 7,000 retweets. 

There’s a debate brewing on twitter over a childhood classic. What’s the right way to make a pb&j sandwich? The tweet that started the debate has around 240,000 likes. It started with this tweet:

What is the proper way to make a pb & j?  “RT for: Bread then peanut butter, jelly on top on peanut butter then bread. Like for: Bread then peanut butter, jelly on other piece of bread and place together. Trynna settle a discussion.” The responses are hilarious, one user said: “Take both slices and cover them in peanut butter thennn out jelly on top of the peanut butter on both halves.” Another said: “Bread, mix pb&j thoroughly in bowl, spread liberally on both slices of bread.”

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