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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #incomingfreshmanadvice

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Posted: Saturday, July 13, 2013 12:00 am

don’t be that couple in the halls...

if it itches, go to the clinic.

high school is nothing like High school musical. We are not all in this together.

in all seriousness, be yourself. Don’t worry about fitting in or liking what other people like. You’ll be way happier

wear pink on Wednesdays, don’t wear a tank top two days in a row, and only wear your hair up once a week.

seniors hate freshmen, juniors hate freshmen, sophomores hate freshmen, and even freshmen hate freshmen.

don’t change boyfriends every week & tell the whole school you love them.

seniors aren’t gonna date you for your “personality”.

don’t let the upperclassmen bully you, don’t try to fit in just be yourself, don’t do drugs, pass your classes.

You won’t find your husband, concentrate on the bridesmaids

all I gotta say is, don’t do drugs

this isn’t eighth grade anymore. You do not rule the school. Sit down.

if your friends tell you to wear your costume to school, you need to find new friends.

go to every rally, every game, every dance, you have 4 years to make as many memories as possible.

You are going to lose the people you never thought you would.

whatever you think is cool now, do the exact opposite of it. You’ll thank me later.

don’t be surprised when your bestfriend since kindergarden does you dirty, welcome to highschool baby!

Twitter Trends are collected online by Cyndi Carter, Learning Link coordinator.

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