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Funniest #UAAPCDC2017 tweets

By: - Online Sports Editor / @CFColinaINQ
/ 10:22 PM December 02, 2017

Every year, fans have made it a habit to take to Twitter to complete their UAAP Cheerdance experience.

This year was not any different.

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There was a surplus of witty, amusing and mean tweets waiting to be RTd while fans enjoyed the performances from the eight universities.

This classic Mean Girls meme came back as the champions club welcomed a new member.

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Someone was happy that NU Pep Squad didn’t make it five in a row.

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NU apparently used the “Under the Sea” theme because of the obvious:

It was admittedly an error-prone night for most of the schools, and that did not escape the discerning Twitter crowd.

Even Jollibee couldn’t help but make mistakes.

This guy from Ateneo was living on the edge.

UE Pep Squad managed to “rise” from the bottom to no. 3, but don’t let Senator Cynthia Villar know, she might have it banned. (Get it?)

Now these are just mean.

After the performances, the Group Stunts action followed, which is always the favorite of the Twitter faithful.

And when it came to deciding who will take home cheerdance crown, the judges took their sweet time.

Of course, it’s always a good time for a throwback. Never forget.

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