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Originally we were going to go with the double-folded pizza slice as used by John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever since one could conceivably hold it in one hand while operating a virtual or full-size keyboard.
However the calzone is actually much more suited for single-handed use and is less likely to drip. Filled with mozzarella and ricotta cheese as well as meats such as pepperoni and ham, and available in both baked and deep fried variants, the Calzone is the clear winner in
Roman tweeting foods.
Potato chips are of course a classic snack and it's really easy to eat them while typing. The problem is, they can often be greasy and messy.
Low-fat Pringles, however, solve this problem by being both ergonomically stacked for sequential eating between tweets, and are also low on grease.
However, we cannot guarantee that they are actually lower in calories, particularly if you consume an entire can at a time, which is the typical end-result.
While many tweets originate from the Subcontinent, most food from India and Pakistan is too messy for single-handed consumption due to heavy saucing and use of clarified butter (ghee).
However, the samosa,
a popular and compact street food of fried dough stuffed with masala-spiced potatoes, peas and optionally meat is an excellent spicy snack for mobile use.