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March 4, 2013 | by  | in Books |
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Li’twit’ure: When Gatsby Met Daisy

@gr8gatsby: party at mine yo! erryone’s invited!
@daisysayre @nick29

@gr8gatsby: @daisysayre hi Daze it was awesome to see you the other day… you should totes DM me :)

@gr8gatsby: just bought new shirts! #sweetthreads @daisysayre

@gr8gatsby: @daisysayre heyheyhey, how’s it going? Haven’t seen you around the dock lately. #notstalkingyoutho

@nick29: @jordan_baker wanna be facebook official?

@jordan_baker: @nick29 nope

@nick29: I am within and without, simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life #feels

@gr8gatsby: .@daisysayre is a babe

@gr8gatsby: @daisysayre tom’s not on here right??!

@daisysayre: #green #light #dock #lol #nofilter

@gr8gatsby: goin for a swim lol

@nick29: so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past #deep

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