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Amanda Bynes Sends Strongly Worded Tweets to Unnamed Ex
In case you haven't noticed, Amanda Bynes has of late become everyone's favorite celebrity trainwreck. After all, let's face it: LiLo is getting old (news-wise; not, like, life-wise), Kim Kardashian doesn't give a shit what any of us think, and Britney Spears' hair has grown back nicely, quietly, and with an appointed guardian.
But Bynes...Bynes is deteriorating in public with quite a respectable amount of abandon. She regularly takes to Twitter to post strange photos and notes about her vagina and who she wants to murder it, and now, she's gone on the social networking site to let the world know how she feels about some unnamed "you:"
It's not clear who Bynes hates/loves/considers ugly, but it is clear that she's got it out/in/is strongly neutral about whoever this individual is. Or who they are. Oh Amanda. Seek help.
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