1. Posted on 26 April, 2012

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Your ‘Food Porn’ Verdict? Keep The Photos Coming
Snarky comedians who mock people who share food photos on Facebook and Twitter (see this video) may be good for a chuckle, but they don’t have the will of the people behind them.
That’s what we’ve learned from our poll this week, which asked: “Are your friends bombarding you with ‘food porn’?”
Of the 9,000 people who voted, about 47 percent responded with a resounding, “No!” It seems this group enjoys seeing what their friends are eating and cooking. And we’d wager (based on our unscientific survey of comments and tweets) that many of them are snapping photos themselves.
Still, it seems there is a pretty healthy contingent of people who are fed up with food photo sharing — some 28 percent of respondents. And another 25 percent of you said you don’t feel that strongly one way or another. -Eliza Barclay (Photo credit: Keith Jenkins/NPR)

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    Your ‘Food Porn’ Verdict? Keep The Photos Coming

    Snarky comedians who mock people who share food photos on Facebook and Twitter (see this video) may be good for a chuckle, but they don’t have the will of the people behind them.

    That’s what we’ve learned from our poll this week, which asked: “Are your friends bombarding you with ‘food porn’?”

    Of the 9,000 people who voted, about 47 percent responded with a resounding, “No!” It seems this group enjoys seeing what their friends are eating and cooking. And we’d wager (based on our unscientific survey of comments and tweets) that many of them are snapping photos themselves.

    Still, it seems there is a pretty healthy contingent of people who are fed up with food photo sharing — some 28 percent of respondents. And another 25 percent of you said you don’t feel that strongly one way or another. -Eliza Barclay (Photo credit: Keith Jenkins/NPR)