LUSH bath bomb disappointment

I haven’t posted in a good two months but the day before yesterday I went to LUSH with my mum and sister and got the most disappointing bath bomb ever (which I just got out of the bath after using it)

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What home education is like.

Last summer I was pulled out of secondary school because of bullies, horrible teachers and my friends being unpleasant by spreading stuff about me, leaving me out, etc. (though I’ve recently unfollowed them on Instagram and deleted their Snapchats so I won’t have to talk to them again.) Now, at 13 years old, I’m taking an English GCSE exam in January and a geography GCSE in May or June. Anyway, when I was thinking about what I could post, I thought of this. I wrote a short list at the end of pros and cons for anyone who can’t be bothered to read. 🙂

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How to fail at making slime :[ (+ how not to)

On Instagram recently, I’ve been watching a lot of slime videos. At first I thought they were extremely dumb but then I saw things like slime pressing and iceberg slime and eventually decided that I wanted to make my own slime. It went so, so, so wrong.

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Kureo Mado drawing (Tokyo Ghoul)

I’ve been doing way more art recently since I just got a new (and better) art pad. I’ve mostly been doing anime characters but I’m going to start doing other things, animals and people.

I did a drawing of Kureo Mado from Tokyo Ghoul, but it’s still on the old paper and kinda bad quality.

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Tokyo Ghoul (Manga review)

Tokyo Ghoul is a Japanese fictional manga about a male college student, Ken Kaneki, whose body turns to that of a ghoul’s after a date gone wrong, a terrible accident, and what he thought was a liver transplant with who he thought at first was a human. In the popular series, ghouls live among humans, the same as people in every way except their craving for human flesh.

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