Happy birthday Jen! \o/ Decided to do something a little different for you this year. Like…less humanoid. Sorry, no prank gift. I’ll just give you really mushy and embarrassing words instead. :’D
You’re one of my best friends and every day wouldn’t be complete without some kinda nonsensical message from you. I know at my birthday I struggled to give you a title whereas the others came easy to me. I ended up saying the lamest thing ever, that you drew all my yaois.
Well. I’ve had some time to think about it and sorry to say, I still don’t really have a title in mind for you. Because when I try to think of one thing to say about you, I come up with many. How you’re one of my closest friends. How you and I share so many things in common. How you’re one of the only few people I trust to complain about my life to. How you’re an inspiration to me as an artist. How I run my thoughts through you and ask for opinions from you even though I almost never get any definitive answer. How you’re the namesake of one of my favorite stuffed toys. How you inadvertently inspired my social media name with that stupid drawing of a fish nodding to poke fun at my keyboard smash. How you make me feel a little less lonely and like I have someone I can call a best friend.
Because in the end, there were just too many things to say about you to just pick one and even then I feel like none of them do you justice. Though Yaoi Queen sounds pretty awesome imho.
And imagine him kissing u across ur face till u laugh and he can’t help but laugh with u, imagine the kisses turning from soft pecks to a little more intimate, eager fingertips running under cotton shirts to feel flushed skin, imagine him moaning…
Hiii, I am also in the IB program. I am taking HL chemistry and it's killing me , do you have any advice or tip for HL chemistry. I understand nth
Hi! I feel you, Chemistry HL is sure a tough subject. Here’s some ways I used to tackle chemistry that I’ve been using for this past year.
- Understand concepts before you go into class. I often read the chapter the night before going into classes. I find this helpful as you get to understand what the teacher is actually talking about even if only a little.
- Practice! I find practicing using question banks to be extremely helpful, as I used it to measure how far I’ve come into understanding the subject.
- Stick to the syllabus. Even though its good to over-learn, I realised that it is better to stick to the syllabus to gain a better understanding of each chapter.
- Flashcards. I used this in Psychology HL, and I realised later on that it is a good way to memorise terms and definitions for chemistry. It is an effective way of recalling without having to open up textbooks and notebooks.
- And lastly, revise a little every day.
I hope this helps! Feel free to ask me if you have any other doubts or questions! :)