YOLO


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YOLO

"You only live once." See digispeak.
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A suspected drug dealer observed near YOLO by officers was arrested as part of the investigation.
Gender-fluid was first recorded in 1987, and social media phrase YOLO is used as the rationale for impulsive behaviour and living in the moment.
According to the Daily Mail, the rapper first jumped on the YOLO bandwagon in October 2011 when he tweeted: "YOLO.
YOLO products are trusted equally by medical professionals who value scientific advancement, and by consumers looking for consistent results.
Fuhgeddaboudit is New York's way of saying forget about it, meaning something is not wanted, with YOLO the social media acronym for you only live once.
The official full album release titled YOLO will be available just prior to April.
It's unclear if Drake has a trademark for anything and/or everything YOLO or if he just expects people to send him checks when they print up clothing," Gawker's Jordan Sargent wrote, according to the Huffington Post.
6 million tweets have included the YOLO acronym since it first appeared in October 2011, and a good percentage of them involved young people doing something dangerous or risky.
YOLO Colorhouse has introduced a new line of custom designed colors created with young families in mind.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- YOLO Medical Inc, an industry leader in medical and aesthetic device manufacturing and distribution, announced today the hiring of Pete Gonzales as their new Director of Sales.
The Pat Rosney camp will still be buzzing from Swift Hoffman's success in the Scottish Derby, and NEWINN YOLO can keep the adrenaline pumping by capturing this PS5,000 prize.