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The Generation Z Vine Alphabet

You probably have the alphabet memorized, and all of these Vines.

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The Generation Z Vine Alphabet
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A

"Adam..."

B

"So I'm sitting there, barbecue sauce on my titties"

C

"Chris is that a WEED?

No, this is a crayon

I'm calling the police!

911, what's your emergency?"

D

"Daddy?

Do I look like"

E

"Electrolytes."

F

"Man, how are those chicken strips?

Fuck ya chicken strips!

Fuck ya chicken strips!!"

G

"Gimme yo fuckin money

*Law & Order SVU*"

H

"Hurricane Katrina? More like, Hurricane Tortilla."

I

"Hey, I'm lesbian

I thought you were American"

J

"Oooooh, fuck"

K

"Welcome to bible study, we're all children of Jesus

Kumbaya, my Lord"

L

"Yeah! That was legit-ness"

M

​"Miss Keisha, Miss Keisha, Miss Keisha, oh my fuckin god, she fuckin dead."

N

"No, no, no, stop"

O

"Oh yeah, wait a minute Mr. Postman

Aaaay"

P

"7, 8, and 1, 2, PATRICIA, please stop dropping that, okay sweetie!"

Q

"Q, R, S

Cookie monster

Oh my god! Oh Jesus!"

R

"Run in here and come get y'all juice"

S

"Aaaah! Stop! I coulda dropped my croissant!"

T

"How do you know what's good for me?

That's my opinion!"

U

"What?

You not my dad! You already have something, ugly ass fuckin noodle head."

V

"I spilled lipstick in your Valentino white bag

Oh you spilled whwiwhah whahw whaha lipstick in my Valentino white bag?"

W

"Kevin, don't. Kevin, Kevin, Kevin, Kevin watch the light dude."

*smashes light*

X

"Is it real?"

Y

"This bitch empty, YEET"

Z

"Zach stop, Zach stop, you're gonna get in trouble. Zach!"

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