Top 10 Pieces of Jodi Arias Twitter Wisdom
Remember Jodi Arias?
The femme fatale might be a convicted murderer, but that doesn't stop her from posting nuggets of wisdom to Twitter (with help from the outside). However, Arias announced yesterday that she's going on a Twitter hiatus, so we thought we'd share the top 10 pieces of Arias wisdom:
The toilet finally stopped flushing. Is the Colorado River now down to a trickle?
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) November 23, 2013
It took me a few decades, but I've realized the definition of "friend" is relative.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) September 24, 2013
To comment on the babblings of a lunatic is lunacy itself. (oops)
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) December 2, 2013
Someone should have told us this before we started making this list.
More thousands of styrofoam containers from Estrella's kitchen. At least the landfills won't go hungrey.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) July 23, 2013
Hungrey: Not quite hunblack, but not quite hunwhite.
Commissary didn't arrive this week. It's like waking up on Christmas morning and discovering that Santa skipped your neighborhood.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) May 4, 2013
Someone's been holding in a deep hatred of Santa for a long time.
I've never practiced yoga before despite the pervasive rumor stating otherwise. Maybe I should try it and see what all the fuss is about.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) April 29, 2013
A public denial of yoga? That's a first.
No, I do not have a girlfriend. After everything I've been through it's amazing I'm not gay.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) March 16, 2013
Is that how it works?
HLN is an acronym for Haters Love Negativity.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) March 9, 2013
Get it, girl.
To poison the earth is to poison ourselves.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) January 29, 2014
The trouble with peanut butter is that it gets EVERYWHERE.
— Jodi Arias (@JodiAnnArias) August 27, 2013
Girl, what are you doing with your peanut butter?
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