On the first day of finals my teachers gave to me,
12 mental breakdowns
11 cups of coffee
10 pounds gained from stress eating
9 questions not covered in class
8 reasons to hate life
7 hours of procrastination,
6 hours of crying
5 all nighters
4 challenging tests
3 long essays
2 parents bothering me
1 hour of cram studying
I wish you all the best of luck on your final exams! This is the last post of 2018, and I hope that the year has treated you well, and if not, 2019 is only a few weeks away. It is time for a new year, new you. Happy Holidays, see you next year!
Softness 4/5, like whipped cream
Creaminess- 4/5, light and airy
Salt 5/5- not very salty, but very syrupy and maple
but I think you’ll get a 20/20 on all your exams!
Ye Olde Union Oyster House is the oldest restaurant in America. It’s weird to think that America started with 13 colonies, had one restaurant, and with time America now has 50 states and millions of restaurants.
This week is Hanukkah. Jewish boys and girls will be opening up 8 presents to celebrate the miracle of oil. In honor of my half-Jewish heritage, I have decided to give you 8 pieces of advice.
Creaminess 4/5, very dense
Saltiness- 3/5 not very salty at all, and had a butter taste
Spread- 3/5, it most likely would have been more helpful if the bread was not crumbly, and if the temperatures were above 32 degrees.
Have a happy Hanukkah and good luck on finals szn.
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Quote of the Month
"We love our bread, we love our butter, but most of all we love each other"- Madeline