Five Times SparkNotes Twitter Proved They Get It

Five Times SparkNotes Twitter Proved They Get It

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Who hasn’t needed SparkNotes at some point? Who else can tell you that one character’s name you forgot? If you don’t know by now, I’m obsessed with SparkNotes‘ twitter. Every tweet is a work of absolute genius. From god-tier memes to incredibly hot takes, SparkNotes’ twitter never disappoints. As we look down the barrel of a new decade, let’s take a look at the most mindblowingly relevant of their recent tweets.   And it’s Gender Neutral!   Sure, the original context wasn’t explicitly romantic, but it’s really something you can make your own. Who doesn’t want to be cool, feared, …

Turn Your Texts into a Book

Turn Your Texts into a Book

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A long time ago, people used pen and paper to write messages to one another. These messages were hand-delivered by something known as ‘the postal service’ so that the recipient could cherish the physical copy of the note for as long as they liked. This archaic method of communication, also know as ‘letter writing,’ has been usurped by what us modern-folk call ‘texting.’   image via keepster   When I receive a handwritten letter from a friend, I tend to keep it stored away. There’s something precious about this type of correspondence, and it’s always a pleasure to look back …