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Posted: Friday, August 23, 2013 12:00 am

Why’d I think it was a good idea to go to Raleys with my mom... I don’t feel like seeing everyone and their mothers.

Gotta love the smell of Cheerios in the mornin’!

I don’t have a perfect life.. Friends.. Parents. So why r u judging? U don’t even know me or my life lol.

We need a mall in Lodi.

When everyone you talk to has nothing going on at all on a Saturday night.

When you do something embarrassing/out of the ordinary and everyone from Lodi High AND Tokay know about it.

Nothing worse than dreaming about butcher all day & pulling into the parking lot to remember they’re closed Mondays.

Back from last farmer’s market of the year and have more kinds of hummus than i know what to do with

Being insanely indecisive is a curse given to all the youth in Lodi/Stockton.

When the entire downtown is shut down for the street fair...

Lodi has to have the record for most taco trucks in one town

When Mr. Pickles was open, you always thought it would be really awesome to be the pickle because you’d get to dance outside.

People who pour soap in the wine and roses sign/fountain and waiting for it to bubble.

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

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