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  • Audrey Seiler

    I loathe when people use hash tags on Facebook. You know who you are.

  • Walter Adam Heath Tinsley

    Who ever has unlocked photos is fair game

  • Nicole

    Hahaha ... OMG so funny!

  • Stephanie

    Good Morning! I thought I'd let you know the Sun is out and it's day time. Just in case you didn't have a Sun where you are living at.

  • j e n n i f e r d u r b a n

    My morning routine includes typing 'Happy Birthday' to my facebook friends just so they will do the same for me on my birthday.

  • Jessica Karpinski

    Funny Confession Ecard: I say I have a client meeting every Monday at noon. I'm really reserving my SoulCycle bikes for the week.

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