This week, the words “word scrambler” and the word “tatto” have been trending on Twitter.
Last week, “decoding” and”tattoos” were trending in the same places, and they seem to be having similar effects.
“Decoding” was trending in #buzzfeedmagazine, “tatts” in the Daily Dot, “word” in The Verge.
But “tats” is trending in a much more specific place, in The Daily Show.
It has been trending in two places, one for tweets about the hashtag #TattooMeToo, and another for tweets criticizing the hashtag.
Last year, the term “tATTOO” made its way into the conversation about women in the workplace and women in tech.
The #TATTOOMeToo hashtag was trending as soon as the hashtag hit the internet, with people asking, “Is it ok for women to wear tats, too?”
And there was a backlash against it, too.
“TATTTO” was the word people were using to talk about “tipping,” and the hashtag was all about people wearing tats and being in a relationship.
It was the same reaction people were getting when #tattletags were trending.
So the word is still trending in one place, and it’s being used by a very specific group of people.
That’s not what “tatting” is about.
“In a way, it’s like saying, ‘Hey, the only thing that makes sense to me is the tats.'”
When we talk about the word tattoo, we’re talking about a specific time in history.
Tattoos were a common part of early-20th-century American life.
And it was a tradition that continued through the 20th century, even though women’s suffrage ended the practice.
Women who were pregnant, or who were at a certain age, or for any other reason weren’t allowed to have tattoos.
Tattooing was done as a way to express personal power, and many women wanted to do it.
“The word ‘tattox’ is an expression of power,” said Amy Rokke, an anthropologist at the University of Toronto who has written about tattooing.
“You can see it in the way that people have been talking about the way in which it’s used, how it’s worn, and the way it’s expressed.
And that’s part of what makes it different than other kinds of power symbols, like the swastika, or the cross.”
But that power has been replaced with the power of the internet.
It’s easier to get tattooed than ever before.
Tattotaping, in fact, is so common that some people even believe that it’s an everyday activity.
“And I’ve been like, ‘Oh, well, you know, if you want to tattoo something, you can get a tattoo on you face, but it’s not as meaningful as it used to be.’ “
“It’s like the word ‘decoder’ is in the conversation, and that word has been used as a slur by certain groups of people, and some people don’t think that it was ever intended to be that. “
It just happened to be the word that people were most excited about using.” “
It’s like the word ‘decoder’ is in the conversation, and that word has been used as a slur by certain groups of people, and some people don’t think that it was ever intended to be that.
It just happened to be the word that people were most excited about using.”
Rokkelke also pointed out that the word has not only been used in the past, but also in different contexts.
The word “decoded” was popularized in the 1960s, and is often used to describe a program that will help people understand the meaning of words, Rokkerke said.
“It is an example of the power that the internet can give you, and how you can create meaning and identity and connections and connections, and have an impact on people,” she said.
A word tattoo, for example, might be “the word tattoo” or “the tattoomark.”
But “decoders” or even “tATs” are different things altogether.
“There’s a lot of different meanings for ‘tATTOS,'” Rokkin said.
The “tATS” is actually a word that has been widely used to mean “to talk about,” “to express,” or “to be heard,” and it has been associated with the word tattoo.
“We have a lot more use for it than ‘decoder’ because the context is different,” Rokken said.
It could be used in a context like the one in which someone is talking about someone else’s relationship, for instance, or it could be a reference to a person’s personality, like “I am the most interesting person in the room.”
And there are other uses for the