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Miley Cyrus and Justin Gaston Break Up, Bring The Drama To Twitter

Miley_cyrus So Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend broke up. I kinda want to send her a bucket of Ben and Jerry's. She just seems like such a sweet kid, you know? And I'm not going to get into the fact that her boyfriend was 20 and she's just 16, because that's ooky and if I start ranting about it I'll sound like a crazy old lady and YES, my birthday is coming up, why do you ask????

Ahem. Anyway, back to Miley and whatshisname.

So they broke up. And the last time I was 16 there was no internet, so my weeping and wailing was contained by my diary with cats on the cover, but now there's Twitter and Facebook and all the rest, and it's SO easy to throw the drama around. So this is what these crazy kids are saying.

"Tears are words the heart can't express," quotes Miley.

"How many tears are in there? They've gotta run out soon, right?" counters Justin Gaston.

I LOVE IT!!!! Break out the wine coolers and the black eyeliner!!!!!

I'm sorry, that was unkind. But there's something about sobbing into your pillow and making morose mix tapes that is poetic, you know? And Twittering just doesn't have the same power, I gotta say. But maybe that's just me being old and cranky? Cause seriously, if a dude said "How many tears are there?" when I was 16, I'd be falling over my own feet running back to him.

Am I just old and grumpy? Or is this the next Romeo and Juliet? Hit the comments!

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flutterby

*SQUICCCK* I cannot imagine any responsible parent allowing their 16 yr old to date a freaking TWENTY year old. Would NOT HAPPEN. I freaked when mine wanted to go out with an 18 yr old and was extremely glad it died out rather quickly AND totally tear-free.
Oh wait... that's the key. I need to quit thinking the word *responsible* describes the parents involved.

Alyssa

lol I can't decide if he was being sarcastically mean or awkwardly friendly. I'm surprised the drama has been limited to that, though. If she didn't fly back at him with some angst-filled retort about how insensitive he always is then maybe she's being more mature about it than I would expect. Or, like I said, maybe it was just meant nicely-ish. This is the other problem with break ups and social networking-- you can't read tone online! So much more potential for drama.

Kiki

That's a pretty good line from Justin. Ever since the autobiography, I just have to laugh at Miley's attempts to be profound. Although I was the same way at 16, I guess. Thank God no one was watching.

DianaCLT

I'm guessing he finally heard that she plans on waiting 'til she's married to have sex. Certainly seems like that would be enough to turn off a hot 20 year old male model, doesn't it?

(I'm also guessing he's already had rebound sex with at least one woman.)

angiep

You're dead on: As a 36-year-old mom with my first child, a 15-month-old girl, I shudder to think about what I'll have to do to protect her on the Internet years from now! The constant phone texting and messaging back and forth on facebook/twitter that I see among teens today is alarming. Unfortunately, many parents are addicted to these services, too. While raising my daughter, I've made it a point to turn off that cell phone whenver we're out and enjoying ourselves, be it the grocery store or our favorite park. (Parents have forgotten about the days when we were unreachable because we weren't at our desks or at home.) I hope by my example, my daughter will reach out to the Internet for educational means and not solely for a fill on teen angst/gossip.




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