Happy Friday the 13th trending in Denver: Top ten tweets
Happy Friday the 13th! This phrase is currently trending in Denver among Twitter users who like to spread terror -- or laughs -- or both.
Look below to count down our ten current favorites. In the meantime, be careful out there -- and beware of guys wearing hockey masks who aren't members of the Colorado Avalanche.
How can you wish people Happy Friday the 13th? Is it happy for the fictional families who lost loved ones to Jason Voorhees? Huh?
— Mark Campbell (@MrWordsWorth) July 13, 2012
Whatever you do in life, always give 100%..... Unless you're donating blood.. Happy Friday the 13th:-)
— Kate Roberts (@katiepure) July 13, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th!! Let's celebrate! Why?!?! Why the heck not... #TweetingToMyself
— Matt Evers (@TheMattEvers) July 13, 2012
If you can see me, I can see you. If you can't see me, you can be close to death....... Happy Friday the 13th!!!
— Natasha Romanova (@BlackWidowAveng) July 13, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th. Enjoy your bizarre accident.
— Robert Florence (@robertflorence) July 13, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th. I'm not superstitious. I'm only mildly stitious.
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) July 13, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th! Cue dundundun
— Miguel Rocha (@migsrocha) July 12, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th.Voorhees a Jolly Good Fellow.
— Black Dynamite (@BlackDynamite) July 13, 2012
OH and Happy Friday the 13th everyone, I heard if you stand infront of a mirror and say One Direction 5 times, they come out and haunt you.
— Omar Ridzuan (@0marsaurus) July 13, 2012
Happy Friday the 13th. The dream that inspired Stephenie Meyer to write Twilight came on this date. Be afraid.
— Professor Snape (@_Snape_) July 13, 2012
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