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Discovery Channel Wants To Show Off Your Tweets

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Want to make your Twitter account a television star?

All this week, in honor of their 25th Anniversary, the Discovery Channel is airing tweets from viewers that reveal all the cool things they’ve discovered while watching the network.

You can either submit your tweet through an interactive box on the MyDiscovery page or add the #mydiscovery hashtag to the end of a tweet on Twitter. For instance, here’s one from me:

“Thanks to the Discovery Channel, I learned that Oprah is a terrible narrator. #mydiscovery”

You know I love you, Disco! (But seriously, she’s awful.)

Selected tweets will be shown all week on the channel — so good luck!

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