Currently drowning in business assessment right but these @coconutbowls filled with vanilla, almond and blueberry nice cream are getting me through haha..
Blend up 6 frozen bananas, vanilla pod, blueberries and milk (I like almond but please, please choose non-dairy!!) and split into two bowls and throw whatever your heart desires on top (I chose coconut, dragon fruit, blueberries and granola 😍 )
Good luck to anyone who has school/uni assessment at the moment we can do this 💪💪💪
“I want a little sugar in my bowl”: narrative deconstruction in “A Series of Unfortunate Events”
Earlier this year (Link), we presented the first half
of our takedown on the sugar bowl mystery. Now that we’ve gotten all the plot
elements out of the way, it’s time to approach the solution in on a literary
level. If there is, indeed, a solution to the sugar bowl mystery, what kind of
solution a writer such as Daniel Handler would choose? Studying the series on a
more thematical level gives very interesting results. If there’s one thing “A
Series Of Unfortunate” does well, it’s making sure that the narrative fits the
narration, that the plot fits the style (and vice-versa). Lemony Snicket uses
absurdist humor, and his characters live in an absurd world.
We can’t prove that the sugar bowl really is
empty, of course. What we can prove, however, is that an empty sugar bowl
wonderfully suits the hallmarks that made “A Series Of Unfortunate Events” such a
Genre: Fluff + Smut but mostly smut Rating: M Pairing: Namjoon x Reader Summary: You hate your best friend because she made you go camping. But you also love your best friend because she made you go camping.