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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