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Our recent post spotlighting CU Boulder Confessions is practically PG compared to the items we found on Colorado HS Confess, a Twitter feed on which sex, drugs and questionable behavior definitely don't have an age limit.

Below, find twenty tweets sure to freak out parents of students attending Colorado high schools, many of which are specifically named in the messages. We don't vouch for the accuracy of the posts, which could be entirely fictional as far as we know. In fact, it's probably a good idea for parents to assume they are. They'll sleep sounder that way.

See also: Photos: Top Ten CU Boulder Confessions, Back to School Edition

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