It’s the week of the sausage, and we are going to be talking about sausage.
Here’s the deal: You might not remember it, but Twitter had its very own sausage digit.
A sausage was once the default social network on the platform, but it is no longer, as it will no longer be featured in the search bar.
It was replaced by the sausage icon, which now sits in the bottom left corner of Twitter’s search results.
To be fair, it wasn’t the only sausage, either.
As we mentioned, Twitter announced in September that it would be switching to a new logo and icon, one that would look a bit more like a sausage.
As you can see in the below screenshot, it’s not a sausage but an apple, a banana and an apple pie.
This is the new Twitter logo, with the sausage and apple pie logo in the center.
The sausage and the apple pie are a reference to the original Twitter logo that was designed in the 1960s.
It’s a classic, classic logo.
We’re not saying it’s the last one, but we certainly hope it’s a good one.