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Amanda Bynes Is Confused About Her Feelings For Drake
Amanda Bynes has had a tenuous relationship with Drake. First she wanted him to murder her vagina. Then she called him ugly. Now, she's apparently mired in the depths of confusion, not sure whether he's the most beautiful specimen of man that she's ever laid eyes on, or the second most beautiful.
Bynes began last night by firing off this decisive tweet:
Seems straightforward, right? But immediately after that concise missive, she waffled. Here's what came next:
What does it all mean? Is Drake gorgeous or is he not? We assume Bynes will spend the rest of the day making up her mind.
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