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Final intern tweets of the summer

Jenna Johnson

Summer internships are winding down or already over, as Twitter has become more abuzz with intern goodbyes than intern complaints. But here are a few tweets that caught my eye this week:

(Even when you go back to college, continue following me on Twitter, @wpjenna. And plan your next internship with Intern City.)

@rsomers OK, using the intern as a piƱata at the company picnic probably crosses a line Aug 7

@millsks My boss from my internship last summer just referred to me in a LinkedIn message as his "sunshine." Sweet or creepy? Aug 8

@TiffanyNicoLove Misses the pitter-patter of intern feet. Aug 11

@Myrtice8568 Yes, part of your job as an intern is firing hot pockets into my mouth with this water balloon slingshot. Aug 9

@DMBrowers May have found an internship for the fall. If only I could pay my rent with hard labor and good intentions. Aug 9

@jessemeighan be your own intern week begins now Aug 9

@Carolynn3506 Intern: Time to cool off. Fetch my jean shorts and fill the kiddie pool. Aug 13

@jacobetter Poster I made for the company Intern Olympics tomorrow: Aug 10

@sarahlauu Should I email the intern director and say that I don't want it anymore? Will it be rude? But I really don't want. How! Aug 12

@barrysoscary Done w the Schutt internship. Bittersweet, I was starting to get some fun projects but the amount of money I missed out on hurts the wallet Aug 12

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By Jenna Johnson  |  August 13, 2010; 2:44 PM ET
Categories:  D.C. Interns  | Tags: Internships, Twitter  
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