Entertainment writer Sage Boggs took it upon himself to find out why Triscuits are called Triscuits. And then he took his findings to Twitter. Buckle up.

These are interesting times. And now that many people are isolated at home with their only outlet being the interwebs, we are learning all kinds of new things that we would have never had time to research and explore during previous eras. 

So, pour yourself a drink, pull out a few crackers (nay, Triscuits would be more appropriate if you have some on hand), and enjoy Sage Boggs' Twifferfied journey to learning the etymology behind the name Triscuit.

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GUYS. TRISCUIT RESPONDED.

What a time to be alive.

Want to see what others are doing on Twitter? Check out the amazing Twitter feed from the National Cowboy Museum!