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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #saidnooneever

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Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 12:00 am

It’s so awesome when you go from talking everyday to never saying one word to each other.

“Hey rev that motorcycle louder as you drive by I can’t quite hear it well enough.”

YES! I get to go to school at 7 tomorrow morning to time a mile for soccer! I’m so excited!

“Yeah, I would totally change my personality for him.”

“Thanks for sending me that 17 second cellphone video from that concert you went to! The audio and video were amazing!”

I don’t like Mac and cheese.

Having a period is really fun

Shark Week makes me wanna learn how to surf!

I feel so relieved now that I checked WebMD.

foundation lips are so hot.

OMG those crocs look amazing.

The real world is so much better than being in college.

Man, I really love it when friends make plans in front of me and then don’t invite me.

Please. Person with lesser skills than I. Inform me as to what it is I am doing wrong.

I’m so excited about the heat index of 103 today!

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

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