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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #inmiddleschool

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Posted: Friday, August 9, 2013 12:00 am

I used to get all this school supplies for every class now i just bring a notebook & a pencil lol.

The iPhone nowadays is equivalent to the Razr in Middle school.

“If I get so many retweets, I’ll do blah blah” are probably the ones that forwarded chain letters in middle school.

We didn’t screenshot, we just put them on 3 way and muted the phone...

Relationships lasted for a few days.

I treated my period like it was my deepest darkest secret and now I post about it all over the internet

We all went through that awkward hair phase in middle school.

Writing notes to people was the cool thing to do.

When someone asked to be on your Myspace top friends...

“Couples dating” but them not even making eye contact, yet alone talking.

Sending your friends to break up with your girlfriend/boyfriend for you.

Lol @ the incoming freshman saying #middleschoolmemories ummm you mean 6 weeks ago?

The side swept bangs every girl had that was literally stuck to their forehead... I’m a victim.

*Texting my crush* “hey who do you like??” Then if no response in 5 minutes texting “sorry that was my friend!!!”

Holding my phone up to the radio to record my ringtones.

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