I'm still flabbergasted at the amount of money FB paid for a thing that kinda ruins your pictures. The flood of artsy yet boring food-shots this holiday was definitely annoying too. Although I gotta admit, if the presentation is interesting, I don't mind it. I still have several friends in Japan from my time there, and they like to post instagrams of their food for some reason, and I like seeing all the weird and interesting things they eat. But I wish I could see them in their actual color, rather than through Instagram's crappy filters.
Hooray, now we can all view our Thanksgiving dinners through the eyes of our ancestors a couple decades ago with Polaroid and retro film effects!
It's like having dinner with your relatives in their own era!
9.5 million of those pictures are of food .
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