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The red string of fate, is an East Asian belief originating from Chinese legend and is also used in Japanese legend.

The red string of fate, is an East Asian belief originating from Chinese legend and is also used in Japanese legend. According to this myth, the gods tie an invisible red string around the fingers of.

Now you know about Bows. TSM. I apparently am not interested in men & am going steady

Life Magazine is one of the most popular and longest running magazines. In Life Magazine wrote about what different hairdos mean about a girl’s relationship status. Bows were a big part of their hairdo.

this shouldn't be too hard seeing as I'm bilingual myself :p

Trilingual is worse. You'll end up saying stuff in one language with the grammar of your native language but accidentally throw in a word in another language.

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road sign - absolutely nothing for the next 22 miles. I've been on road trips like this.

As someone who loves thunderstorms, I'm highly intrigued

She is 100% right. There are parts of my story that I have rewritten, rearranged, or omitted entirely!!

I hand write all my first drafts and then re-write/edit wholly within the typing out of my second draft. Please excuse the swears

Explaining my name to people takes some time. Tabitha-Chloe is my first name. It is hyphenated, so technically one word. Chloe is not my middle name, Lamour is.

But a bunch of people know my full name O.O<<<Writing Prompt: You accidentally give a wizard/witch/demon your full name.

Essentially werewolves

I love when people can back fantasy with plausibility, it makes it even more fun. And, I can get behind this 'late night/early morning Denny's customers are werewolves' headcanon.