Cakes and cupcakes

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Firstly me and my cupcake-friends made cakes (hopefully tasty ones!) for another class at school. Secondly we made cupcakes which I unfortunately don’t have a picture of (not even a bad-quality one from my iPhone) but an explanation will have to do for now. Anyhow we made carrot-cupcakes with cream-cheese on top! They’re really tasty I hope we will sell all of them tomorrow!

Back to studying! Wish me luck!

Once upon a coin

There is this coin…
well…

First of all I’d like to talk about the definition of the word coin, quoting from Merriam-Webster:

“…2a: a usually flat piece of metal issued by the governmental authority as money
b: metal money
c: something resembling a coin especially in shape
3: something used as if it were money…
4: something having two different and usually opposing sides…
5: money”

The meaning of the word “coin” may seem obvious to some but the definition tells us otherwise. For instance the 3rd definition states that a coin is something that is used as it was money, implying that it really isn’t. I find it a big contradictory that number five states that a coin simply is money.

I’m fascinated by words like “coin” which is why I aim to tell you about the coin living in my room…

Hello world!

Creativenessed. What a word! Well it may not be a “real” word or whatever you’d like to call it but that is who I am. And what I am.
Have you ever considered the sentence:

“I’m creative”

Have you? If you have you probably notice the boringness of it; “I’m creative”, sounds short and quite common. However, if one would say “I’m creativenessed”┬áit would sound unique, fascinating, original and most of all, it feels good to say it! So say it! Creativenessed!