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Watch This Comedian Reflect on What Vine Meant to Her

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What was Vine? For some, it was the ultimate expression of micro-content. (Forget 140 characters, how about six seconds?) For others, it was a place to watch people falling off skateboards. But for LA-based actress and comedian Manon Mathews, Vine was where she (randomly) found fame.

Watch this video to meet Mathews, learn about how her followers ballooned to half a million in a month, all on the back of a Kristen Stewart impression — and then see her perform in a Vine-inspired resto sketch with Foodbeast Editor-in-Chief Elie Ayrouth. (The service is suspect, but the Cup Noodles hit the spot.)

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