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If airports allowed liquids on planes, this list would go in a totally different direction.
  1. Bubblegum cane
    I really really don't want to open this, consume it in 3-5 seconds, and then long for it for the rest of my life.
  2. Panda Express fortune cookie
    I have no good explanations for this one expect that I love Panda Express and I only get to have it once a year so please let me live my life.
  3. An assortment of gum
    I probably would end up forgetting about these and have them melt and stick to the corners of my bag (as they tend to do.)
I lost faith in myself so maybe this list will make up for it.
  1. Fold the clothes in my luggage
  2. Go to hot yoga at 6:30AM
  3. Lose weight/exercise/stop eating sugary things
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I think I'm allergic to getting enough rest.
  1. Thinking about the hot yoga class I said I was gonna go to at 6:30AM
  2. Just finished watching Bridget Jones (the second movie) and wondering if I should read the book
  3. I almost slept halfway through the movie, why didn't I seize the opportunity?
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This is probably a poorly written list for my own purposes. If you can't physically see a book, how will you know that it exists for you to read? I'm wary I may have gotten some poor translations on the non-English books but it cost $0.00 so who's complaining?
  1. Poor Folk
  2. Heart of Darkness
  3. The Scarlet Letter
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  1. I like my husband
  2. I like my husband a lot
  3. I'm so bored, I want to be doing things
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I'm only easy going when things are going my way. I'm kidding, but it's no joke that this list sucks.
  1. Black coffee
    One time, I was standing outside a very popular coffee place in London and some kid walks in with his mum yelling that he "only likes flavored coffee!" No truer words have been spoken. Current favorite: a hazelnut latte with low-fat/skimmed milk.
  2. Feminists
    I know I need feminism. I know you need feminism. Hell, I know the WORLD needs feminism. But would it really benefit the message to be so cruel sometimes?
  3. Being locked in a tight room with a bunch of furry animals
    One time, an average-sized rabbit sniffed my toes and scarred me for life.
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Insomniac monologues.
  1. It's 10PM. Who goes to bed at 10PM and expects to drift off like the wind?
  2. I'm thinking about all the lists that need making.
  3. The left leg of my pajama pants is riding up and my OCD is flaring.
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As my good friends know (basically: 1 friend, 3 sisters, 1 husband), I'm ridiculous about my literature. I won't read anything that has been published after the 80's and I can't stand books with poor language. Despite the stick up my butt, I still have a few authors that I think highly of.
  1. Ernest Hemingway
    The first thing that popped into my head was "yass daddy!" so I'm keeping it. Though you have to know that I wasn't always keen on the hem but he made me smile one time and I didn't regret it.
  2. John Steinbeck
    I still haven't had enough of you and Charley! This guy is my grandfather sitting on his old chair telling stories about his life. You really don't want to hear it anymore but when you do, it stays with you and creates a semi-comfortable feeling in your chest.
  3. Jack Kerouac
    Once upon a time, we were married on Facebook and it was the happiest day of my life. I'm not very happy about the Beat Generation (they're ok I guess) but dear Jack is the reason I put my fingers down to write every single time. His brain is like fire and ice, his heart is everyone's feelings, and his nature is softer than the naked world. I love him.
  4. Herman Hesse
    He gives me a certain foreign feeling that triggers me to create. The writers I like the most are the ones who make me active even when I'm sitting, cross-legged and half-brained. He's nothing I know and I want to know it all. I like his individual behavior more than anyone else's.
As much as I miss being home, I wouldn't trade this life with anything.
  1. The maids
    Okay, relax, we didn't have 10 maids tending to us all day (my dad would actually flip if any of us asks the maids for so much as a glass of water) and like, 5 butlers and 3 personal drivers, but we had people who cleaned after us, made our meals, and washed our clothes. I can't tell you how much I miss that luxury.
  2. Having people around the house
    I'm living with my husband who works 12 hours a day and I'm social enough to hide under the coffee table during this time with a book in one hand and the TV remote in another. The only people I meet are reality show stars and fictional characters from the 50's.
  3. Food
    There's always food on the table. Snacks, fruits, weird avocado smoothie that my mum makes a lot, tea, coffee, everything and anything. The fridge is magically stocked 1-2 times a week and you NEVER run out of granola.
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I've met a lot of people along the way who hurt my individuality more than they did my feelings. Thankfully, I'm rid of such negativity today but when that accidental bump into an old frenemy happens, this is who I've become in their eyes.
  1. Achingly beautiful
    Ugly teenager no more you bitches.
  2. Brilliant physicist
    I can't spell that word to save my life and I don't have a degree in physics BUT THIS IS A HOPEFUL LIST.
  3. The queen of the non-bourgeois
    Title achieved. Who wants to be boring and middle class (mentally)? Yuck.
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