Women don't come in 4 sizes. Neither should their #swimsuits. Let's change this https://t.co/TSR2YjXozM https://t.co/NaiJVyokJC3 days ago
“I’m still learning. I can’t text for shit. I ain’t fast like that." https://t.co/2zNjN0bSFV #reentry https://t.co/RNqJGv8eMvOct 30, 2015
@cm_thompson3 it's now a gum dispenser! Stop by for some! https://t.co/5Prv3aNnEjOct 29, 2015
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