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❝ Value yourself. The only people who appreciate a doormat are people with dirty shoes. ❞
—   Leo F. Buscaglia (via onlinecounsellingcollege)   —
Anonymous asked: Cappucino.

Cappuccino: Describe your ideal wedding. 

It’s a small intimate affair with only close friends and family and it’s gonna be like rustic/vintage/with many hints of somali culture and bc it’s only limited to close friends and family it won’t be awks seeing ppl idk and it’ll be chill and enjoyable with lots of laughter music and overall closeness

octoberburgundy asked: latte, flat white, kopi

Latte-List three aspects of your personality that you love:

  • i’m funny
  • i care a lot about others
  • i am adventurous

Flat White: Confess the most recent crime you committed. 

I am a law abiding citizen.

Kopi: Describe an incident when you tried something new.

Hmm can’t really think of one but probably when I travelled alone and lived alone? It was amazing.

 

Send me a cup of coffee.

Espresso: Describe your usual morning routine.
Decaf: Impersonate one of your friends.
Macchiato: Name two things you think go well together and why.
Latte: List three aspects of your personality that you love.
Flat White: Confess the most recent crime you committed.
Iced: Make the weirdest face you can.
Cappuccino: Describe your ideal wedding.
Drip: Post a photo of a stuffed animal you own.
Mocha: Name one of your guilty pleasures.
Doppio: List two of your dream travel locations and why.
Black: Recall the worst insult you've ever received.
Americano: Post a photo of your favorite outfit.
Kopi: Describe an incident when you tried something new.

pennylessproud:

when the teacher comes around to collect your homework

dadsworstnightmare:

unintentionally serving afro goth chic looks at college

motiya:

See how chill and non competitive your life gets when you don’t judge other girls in how they dress, do their make up, or how many selfies they take. Take a nap by a window, glow up

hon3ybrown:

I need to make new cool girl friends asap

S/o to all the immigrant mommas who came here and weighed their tongues down with the weight of a language so heavy it anchored them here who worked tirelessly to help us survive all while being told to go back ‘home’ when that was really all they were wishing to do