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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #butthat’snoneofmybusiness

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Posted: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 12:00 pm

  • Every other picture you post is of you & your bf but he has never posted one with you.
  • You’ve cheated on every boyfriend you’ve ever had yet you stay tweeting about loyalty.
  • You have like a different bae every week.
  • You have money to buy the new Jordans, but your girlfriend can only order off the dollar menu?
  • Y’all got more relationship goals than life goals.
  • My Chapstick be lasting longer than your relationship.
  • Your GPA at 1.0 but you stay trying to correct someone’s grammar on twitter.
  • Your girls bio & header screaming she in love with you, but guess who just entered my DM’s.
  • You have a boyfriend but you got 3 other dudes as your snapchat bestfriends..
  • The whole clique talk about each other behind they back but claim they day one.
  • You don’t like me but I’m all you and your friends can talk about.
  • Oomf get every new pair of shoes, but has FREE LUNCH.

Twitter Trends are collected online at Twitter by Cyndi Carter, Lodi News-Sentinel Learning Link coordinator.

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