The short-and-sweet microblogging site has paired up with the candy maker to have the popular term stamped on the front of the Valentine's Day treats along with 79 other terms like "Text Me," "IM Me," and "Email Me," although you'll still find the traditional "I Love You" tossed in there somewhere. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Sweethearts has also launched a free iPhone app to go along with its revamped image, which allows you to send virtual Sweethearts candy boxes with custom messages that can appear on anyone's Twitter page.
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You've been buying boxes of Sweethearts candy since you were a shy kid in grade school, but they didn't always have such high tech messages stamped on the front. Long gone are the days of "Fax Me," since this year, Sweethearts will have a more mainstream message: "Tweet Me."