Why Domino's Went Nuts and Wrote Hundreds of Tweets Almost Entirely in Pizza Emojis

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On Tuesday, Domino's flooded its Twitter feed with a heap of tweets written almost completely in pizza emojis. They looked like sentences. They were even punctuated. Not only that, but Domino's had the gusto to respond to people curious about the stunt with—what else?—pizza emoji-filled tweets.

Perplexing? Sure. Annoying? A little. A promotion? Of course.

Starting May 20, Domino's customers will be able to order pizza via Twitter. You can hook up your Twitter to your online Domino's account, and with a quick pizza emoji tweet at the brand, you'll have an order on the way.

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