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The Culture Girl is on Facebook!

July 24, 2013

This is an administrative post really, not much about culture, unless of course you count Facebook as culture, which I think it is really seeing as it is a massive part of many people’s daily lives! Sometimes I do wonder what people will think of us in 100 years.

facebook page

 

Here is the page, in all its glory.

I will be using my Facebook page for surveys, little bits of information and of course announcing when I am posting a new blog post.

If you want to keep up with the latest from me, the culture girl, then please do check out my Facebook page!

https://www.facebook.com/TheCultureGirl

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