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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #annoying

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Posted: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 12:00 pm

  • “Who was your tweet about?”
  • You only talk to me when you want something.
  • When someone takes life to reply back when you’re talking about something serious.
  • I’m very proud of USA soccer for winning but I’m not gonna act like Imma a true fan like all you fakes
  • I understand you love your boyfriend/girlfriend but you don’t have to post a picture of them every week for MCM/WCW
  • If you clap in the movie theater I will forever want to kill you
  • Nothing worse than a freshman that flirts with all the upperclassmen boys... They must love your personality!
  • Don’t send me that same snapchat that’s on your snapchat story
  • the song ‘happy’ is quite ironic as it makes me feel the opposite
  • If your relationship consists of you subtweeting each other 24/7 to make a point, you probably aren’t in a healthy relationship.
  • It’s so great when a friend gets into a relationship & no one else matters to them but their boyfriend/girlfriend
  • Fake people are so annoying. If you say you don’t like somebody don’t act like you do on twitter.

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

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