All The Things My Scrunchie Has Seen
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All The Things My Scrunchie Has Seen

Let me say "I'm sorry you had to see this", but also "you're welcome", in advance.

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All The Things My Scrunchie Has Seen
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Let's see what you see:

1. The millions of germs having an orgy on the handles of the Subway

Let's not think about this too much.

2. All the stamps I accumulate on the backs of my hands from clubs

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But we can just tell my parents they're from something else.

3. The dust bunnies under my bed when I accidentally lost you for a day

I missed you.

4. Ariana Grande—eight times, to be exact

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teylor veliotis

My hands were in the air and so were you.

5. The inside of the nasty washers and dryers in my dorm’s communal laundry room

You may have fallen inside a couple of times; I deeply apologize.

6. The crumbs hidden beneath my keyboard from late-night snacking whilst watching Netflix

Don't judge me.

7. The dozens of Fordham cats I pet on a daily basis

emily andrade

You haven't gotten rabies yet, have you?

8. How dirty my hair really is when I try to hide it by wearing it up

I guess I'm not fooling everybody.

9. My fresh manicures

teylor veliotis

Nails on fleek.

10. All the terrible pickup lines I’ve had the misfortune of encountering

Bumble is pretty spooky.

11. The passengers I drive around when I’m working the campus shuttle

olivia valkenburg

Thanks for keeping me company.

12. The countless number of bagels I get from Best Deli

I just can't resist.

13. The city views from New York rooftops

Nicholas Daleo

Truly blessed.

14. The surgeons and nurses who took out my tonsils

I was too unconscious to meet them.

15. All my homework

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Trust me, I'm not a huge fan, either.

16. The inside of the mini UV beds at the nail salon

Don't look straight into the light!

17. My passwords

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Let's hope you can keep a secret.

18. All the money I spend on online shopping

I'd like to keep this between us.

19. How gross I look when I first wake up in the morning

Please tell me you still love me.

20. The times I get left on read

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Embarrassing…

21. A close-up view of me putting on my contact lenses

Gross, I know.

22. The bottom of my swimming pool

teylor veliotis

You've reached some serious depths.

23. The stubble on my legs before I shave them

At least I'm not the only one who has to see this.

24. Your scrunchie friends when I’m hanging out with my friends

emma kowaleski

Saturdays are for the scrunchies.

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