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Raven-Symoné Is A Gift To Us All

It’s her birthday today, and she is the gift that won’t stop giving.

1. OH SNAP, it’s Raven-Symoné’s birthday today.

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And over all the years she’s been on this Earth, she has given us a lot of wonderful things.

2. She bestowed upon us the gift of the classy twerk.

3. The gift of sensibility.

4. And the gift of simple culinary appreciation.

 

5. Recently, we have been blessed with her Vine account:

6. The gift of girl power and psh, no — not the Spice Girls variety.

7. She reminds us to keep our priorities. In. Order.

8. And to never forget about the importance of romance.

9. She gives us the gift of confidence.

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10. And makes sure we put that self-confidence and self-love to work!

 

11. Perhaps the greatest thing she has ever given us: the gift…of nasty.

12. She doesn’t sugarcoat things; she keeps it real.

13. And her words are often reminiscent of pure poetry.

 

14. To do this day she continues to bring us the gift of flawlessness.

Flaw.Less.Ness.

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15. And, leading by example, is always true to herself.

I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you

— MissRavenSymone (@Raven-Symonè)

Raven-Symonè

@MissRavenSymone

I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you

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Because Raven-Symoné is the gift that just keeps on giving.

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Sarah Karlan is the associate LGBT editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
Contact Sarah Karlan at sarah.karlan@buzzfeed.com
 
 

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