Buried Treasure

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I have a younger cousin who really enjoys sending forwards. Most of them have been circulating the internet for at least ten years, but now they're all written in Comic Sans with glittery images sprinkled all over the place. I was skimming that one about "I once knew a blonde who was so dumb" for the hundredth time, rolling my eyes. But then I came to the bottom of the email, which should have been labeled "a summary of what makes twelve-year-old girls hilarious." Behold all these glorious signatures:

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Be who you wanna be barbie girl :D I'm dumb and I'm proud of it. :P

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I AM THE KING OF PANCAKES... BEHOLD MY AWSOME PANCAKE POWER...............:D now u DeSeRvE PePpEr SpRaY In..... THE EYE ....its good for u..^^ not reaLLY

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Remember Shelia Rocks! <3

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-kATHLEEN zHANG

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The Dongster ROX and you know it!!!!

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RANDA'S AWSOME LIKE THAT

Oh, to be yOuNg AgAiN.

chris

chris

After having read Everything is miscellaneous : the power of the new digital disorder, capitalization seems, to me, to be irrelevant. It's the same thing with capitalisation.

That said, it's always good to set an example.

But @v01d t3h 0v3ru53 0f c0mm@5!!!111!!1

Tophe

Tophe

Many times I've wished that the internet had been around when I was in high school. This isn't one of those times.

bigskygirl/raeleighjo

bigskygirl/raeleighjo

ZOMG, i like totally heart you, skirtz! cat ladeees unite! XoXo!!!!!!1!!111!!! U da bomb!

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

Man. Alternating capitals makes sentences so much more interesting. I mean, it even works for Shakespeare!

tO bE oR nOt To Be, ThAt Is ThE qUeStIoN!

Jeff

Jeff

YuM! PaNcAKeS!! DeXtEr MaDe PaNcAKeS...