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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #overit

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Posted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:00 pm

Going to my nanas to lay on her floor and cry about how painful today is.

Why try to fight something you can’t do anything about.

Ok I must be annoying or something bc nobody ever asks me to do anything or texts me back...

God please give me patience and acceptance to things I can’t change.

Some things I’ll never understand. Time to make MYSELF happy and stop worrying about things that will never change.

Is there a button to turn off ice bucket challenge tweets?

I’m so done with trying to keep past friendships alive with only my effort.

So much rather have someone special to spend nights with than go to parties

Nobody ever notices when you do something right, but notices every time you do something wrong.

I really could care less about what people say about me now a days.

Graduation is going to be such a great feeling knowing I don’t ever have to go back to highschool.

Some people seriously have no filter! Do you not hear yourself when you say things?

Twitter Trends are collected online at Twitter by Lodi News-Sentinel staff.

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