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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #inhighschool

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Posted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 12:00 pm

I learned how to do homework in 30 seconds before it was due.

I learned that girls who are fake love to call other girls fake.

I learned headphones are the most important school supplies.

I learned not to slip up cause you will be a trending topic on twitter.

I learned if your walking the halls and u hear a walkie talkie and keys, YOU BETTER RUN.

I learned that these trending topics last longer than most relationships.

I learned the people you think you’re gonna be cool with for the longest tend to be the ones you let go of the quickest .

I learned that everyone wants to see you do good, but not better than them.

I learned my mom is right about people 9/10 times.

I learned that you can’t come to school and be on twitter without a charger.

I learned make sure no one is watching when you pull out gum.

I learned that its actually possible to make drama out of breathing.

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

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