barelybear

United Kingdom

- she/her
- musicals (catch me rapping along to Hamilton ✌️)
- fantasy and dystopian fiction :)
- like playing piano + trying (failing) at songwriting ✌️
- life goal is becoming fluent in le français ☕️
- joined this gem of a site August 2020

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Currently reading
- The Picture of Dorian Grey
- The Darkest Minds series
-Witchsign (don't at me but I'm not really feeling it)

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PROMPT: Speechwriting Competition 2020


There she is, coming down the street, a burst of pink faux fur and the kind of elaborately curled hair that must have taken several painstaking hours to form. Behind her slugs her father, his arms weighed down with at least a dozen branded bags and his face with a perpetual expression of exhaustion. You’ve seen her a billion times before, and every encounter thrusts upon you a new shade of exasperation. You can’t help but sigh.

She’s a spoilt...
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Susan

PROMPT: Speechwriting Competition 2020


There she is, coming down the street, a burst of pink faux fur and the kind of elaborately curled hair that must have taken several painstaking hours. Behind her trails her weary father, his arms weighed down with at least a dozen branded bags and his face with a perpetual expression of exhaustion. You’ve seen her a billion times before, and every encounter thrusts upon you a new shade of exasperation. You can’t help but sigh.

She’s a spoilt Susan. 
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