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@KKoeble: I was really proud of myself for not going to Qdoba last night, but then I found a bunch of goldfish in my bed this morning.@mrozell20: There was definitely room for a Taco Bell in this Wendy's.

@rcaraher: WAC (wendy's after class).

@kmilsays: It's 60 degrees and sunny and iced coffee isn't a thing here ‪#firstworldproblems.

‪@DJDomB: this whole studying before my social thing is pretty tough.

@TaylorClark19: today i saw my own son use a bicycle as a weapon.

@hopestimacit's: possible that I just accidentally serenaded two guys with a one direction song so I like this night already.

‪@AgainstMyWILL10: Drunk girl just asked me if I was her TA and I regret informing her that she was mistaken.

@2Janezzz: Turn down for receding hairlines.

@a_sicardB: Is there a double chin editing app? There should be.

‪@AGregorski: "Tonight we're gonna party like its 1999." K Mom. ‪#MomsWeekend2k14.

 @kaciediamond: I want to stick my head under a chocolate fountain right now any ideas where I could do that?

 @RealTomFarley: I haven't checked on my Neopet in years, I wonder if he's dead yet.

 @acottrellay: "I gave up egg rolls for lent" oh right, the obvious choice.

 @Dan_Canoeth: Being a person is overrated anyways.

 @kerbi_rae: Thought I spent an hour walking home but then I realized it was just day light savings lol.

 @ToriDineen: Well Melvin Gordon just called my mom "the hottest mom I've ever seen but can't talk to" so happy parents weekend.

 @aim_a_roo: "Should we get in line at the KK now?" my mom talking during her nap.

 @PaigeKrueger: I may not have my life together, but at least I don't wear cheetah patterned leggings.

 @mattymach2: If my textbooks had Animorph flip pictures on the bottom corner, I'd at least open them.

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