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Photos: Top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, 2014 edition

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Hard to believe, but it's been a year (actually a little more) since the last time we paid tribute to the best Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code. Sorry we're late!

But that just meant there were that many more weird, hilarious, embarrassing, astonishing texts from which to choose.

Look below to count down our ten favorites, photo-illustrated for your pleasure.

Number 10: Going out with a bang Number 9: If only they served them at the concession stand Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, 2014 edition. Number 8: 'Tooned in Number 7: Exit ramp Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, 2014 edition. Number 6: Avada Kedavra! Number 5: The great ones play hurt Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, 2014 edition. Number 4: All in the family Number 3: Golf bag or douchebag? Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, 2014 edition. Number 2: Best day ever -- or was it? Number 1: A hairy situation

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