The majority of your day could be spent on Twitter just looking at funny posts. There are posts everywhere that will make die of laughter. The best part about Twitter is that you could retweet them or favorite them. So, you'll have them forever. Trust me, Twitter is worthwhile.
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Vine may be dead but Vine references live on. I still watch Vine threads AT LEAST twice a day. Here are 75 of the most quotable vines:
1. "Ooooooo, he needs some milk."
2. "Hi, welcome to Chili's."
3. "It is Wednesday, my dudes."
4. "Country boy, I love you ahhhwweelhwh..."
5. "Escalera oooooooaaaa!"
6. "F**k ya chicken strips!"
7. "Barbecue sauce on my titties."
8. "Gimme your F**KING money!"
9. "That was legitness."
10. "Ms. Keisha, MS. KEISHA! Oh my f**king God, she f**king dead."
12. "Staaaahp! I coulda dropped my croissant!"
13. "That's my OPINION."
14. "You're not my dad, ugly ass f**king noodle head."
15. "What the f**k, Richard."
16. "This bitch empty, YEET!"
17. "Road work ahead? Yeah, I sure hope it does."
18. "What up, I'm Jared I'm 19, and I never f**king learned how to read."
19. "Um, I'm never been to oovoo javer."
20. "My God, they were roommates."
21. "Why are you running, why are you running?"
22. "Whoever threw that paper, your mom's a hoe."
23. "I can't swim."
24. "Lebron James."
25. "It's an avocado, thanksssss..."
26. "Mother trucker dude, that hurt like a butt cheek on a stick."
27. "Watch your profanity."
28. "I love you bitch, I ain't never gonna stop loving you, biiiiiitch."
29. "What are thoooooose?"
30. "I smell like beef."
31. "You better stop."
32. "What the F**K IS UP KYLE?"
33. "Come get y'all juice."
34. "Two bros, chilling in a hot tub, 5 feet apart cause they're not gay."
35. "So you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift?"
36. "I wanna be a cowboy, baby."
37. "Why you always lying?"
38. "Nice Ron" "I sneezed, oh, what, am I not allowed to sneeze?"
39. "I'm washing me and my clothes."
40. "Honey, you've got a big storm coming."
41. "XOXO, gossip girl."
42. "Shoutout to all the pear."
43. "A potato flew around my room before you came."
44. "Chipotle is my life."
45. "Look at all those chickens!"
46. "YOU BETTER STOP."
47. "I like turtles."
48. "It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in my life, watermelon, INSIDE A WATERMELON."
49. "Deez nuts, HA GOT EM?"
50. "F**k you, I don't want no ravioli."
52. "I'm in my mum's car, broom broom."
54. "You know what, I'm about to say it."
55. "That is NOT correct."
56. "Uh, I'm not finished" "Oh my God, can you let me do what I need to do?"
57. "I have osteoporosis."
59. "Merry Chrysler."
60. "Wait a minute, who ARE you?"
61. "Try me, bitch."
62. "When will you learn, THAT YOUR ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES?"
63. "I didn't get no sleep cause of y'all, y'all not gone get no sleep cause of me!"
64. "Do you want to go see Uncle Cracker or no?"
65. "So no head?"
66. "You got eczema."
67. "I am shooketh."
68. "Hey my name is Trey, I have a basketball game tomorrow."
69. "Can I PLEASE get a waffle?"
70. "There is only one thing worse than a rapist." "A child."
71. "Ah f**k, I can't believe you've done this."
72. "Bitch, I hope the f**k you do."
73. "Two shots of vodka."
74. "F**k off Janet, I'm not going to your f**king baby shower."
75. "JEEEEEZ, Jesus Christ."
"The New York Times" published an article on March 12, talking about the latest News of Olivia Jade. Olivia is a famous influencer on social media from YouTube to Instagram in which she collectively upholds millions of followers.
After Olivia posted two advertisements on Instagram following her college pathway, people began to questions the legitimacy of her enrollment at USC.
On Tuesday, March 12th, a federal investigation began, known as "Operation Varsity Blues," which covers the concept of bribery and committing other forms of fraud to get admitted into the college of their dreams.
Some possible acts of fraud include: having children falsely designated as athletic recruits; bribing proctors to edit answers on standardized college-entry exams and hiring people to pose as students to raise grade-point averages.
Her parents are said to have paid $500K for both Olivia and her sister, Isabella, to be placed as recruits for the university's crew team.
It is one thing to try and get around things in grade school and high school, but when it starts to reach college education and graduate programs, that's when the intensity escalates. College over the past couple years has become more and more difficult to get into. And with inflation, prices just seem to keep getting higher and higher. That's why this topic is quite sensitive.
It is not right and extremely inhumane to pay your way into college when students are working hard their entire life to get into their dream school and most of them don't even make it there. USC is a very well known university and especially known for its journalism and communication school, which is recognized as one of the top programs in the country.
People need to earn a spot in that school, not just be handed a letter of acceptance into a program we all strive to be in as intellectual students.
I am a student in which I feel I have worked extremely hard to earn the spot I have been granted within the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, but I also know my friends who got accepted into Ivy Leagues and UC schools, and the biggest thing that stood out to me was their work ethic.
We are being brought up into a generation in which things are handed to us, school has become easier in the sense that everything is on Google, we don't even have to read books anymore due to Spark Notes. We aren't being challenged enough as students, and now we have famous children being literally bought into the education program.
It is time for this kind of inhumane acts to stop and for children and parents to start realizing what hard work really looks like.
Remember we are all here for one reason, to get an education.