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Love Fast Food? You Must Be a Social Media-Using Dude.

Do dudes who love socializing on Facebook and Twitter love burgers and fries, too?

Charlie White from Mashable reports that's what social-media researchers at Lab 42 wanted to know as well. So they collected opinions from 500 social networking males aged 18 to 35 about their fast food preferences then created an infographic of the results.

Questions ranged from, "What are your most loved items at McDonald's?" to "How many packets of hot sauce do you use at Taco Bell?" to "What is your favorite standard fast food order?"

Did the results make sense? See the entire info-graphic here.

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