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Zomato India celebrates Valentine's week with food puns, amuses Twitterati

Mid-Day Thursday, 13 February 2020
Valentine’s day is just a day away and Zomato India’s Twitter account is giving relationship advice to food lovers out there. Throughout Valentine’s Week the food delivery application has been posting tips to its followers framed with tongue-in-cheek humour and apt puns on your favourite dishes.

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