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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #2013taughtme

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Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 1:37 pm

Looking back on 2013, the following thoughts are trending on Twitter. What did you learn this year?


that some of the people I got to school with are psycho lol. Like geez....control yourself..

to expect the unexpected

not everyone that comes into your life is meant to stay.

so much can happen in one year

that people change, but memories don’t

that not all heroes wear capes

Never get too attached to someone, because attachments lead to expectations and expectations lead to disappointments

there are good guys in the world

it’s not about who you’ve known the longest, it’s about the ones that are always there

you’re gonna get talked about, left out, used & even lied to but you have to decide who’s worth the pain and who isn’t

that puberty can hit you like a brick

to live life to the fullest cause you’ll never know when your time is up

don’t try to find someone to make you happy. They’ll be there after you find what makes you happy.

people will hate you for no apparent reason

Sometimes you just got to cut people off.

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