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Amanda Bynes Hearts Social Media; Joins Instagram After Rejoining Twitter
Oh, Amanda Bynes. You tried so hard to make yourself look normal, but the truth is that you're hurtling down towards the dark side of fame with a quickness that's become frighteningly apparent. After quitting Twitter with a flourish, the former Disney actress revealed that she actually can't stay out of the public eye for more than several seconds by promptly rejoining the social networking site and also joining Instagram.
She proceeded to photograph herself in various ridiculous outfits, including a red turban and fur coat, and to post this as her first tweet as @AmandaBynes:
Bynes also posted a poignant image to Instagram: a neon site reading "PAST/PRESENT/FUTURE." As if to let the world know that she knows that all of those things exist.
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