If The 'Pretty Little Liars' Were Coffee Drinks

If The 'Pretty Little Liars' Were Coffee Drinks

Each of the 'Pretty Little Liars' are sweet and different, just like their coffee drinks.
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Spencer, Emily, Hanna, Alison and Aria are always seen with coffee, going to get coffee, or at The Brew but, have you ever thought about what coffee drink each of the girls would be? These are the few coffee's that I thought fit with each of the 'Pretty Little Liars' to a "T".

Spencer Hastings - Black Coffee

Just like black coffee, Spencer is strong and is the back bone of the group. She never gave up when it came to finding out who A was. Spending countless nights staying awake putting clues together, even if it means pinning murders on her own sister. When it comes to a coffee that will keep Spencer up all night, it would be black.

Hanna Marin - Pumpkin Spice Latte

Everyone knows that Hanna would never leave her house without an outfit that fit the latest fashion trend/season. Like the PSL, Hanna is sweet and lovable. She's full of energy and is known for coming up with brilliant ideas right on the spot. Going with the trends of the season, Hanna would never pass up the PSL.

Emily Fields - Drip Coffee

Drip coffee is very traditional much like our very own Emily Fields. She brings many traditional elements to the group and isn't coffee-crazed like Spencer. Em likes to be unique and isn't afraid to be who she wants to be, like the drip coffee, you get to choose what your coffee taste like and is unique to you.

Aria Montgomery - Affogato

Out of all the girls, Aria is the most artistic, spunky and outgoing. She brings a lot of life to the group and never hesitates to do whats right. It only makes sense to have her relate to a dessert-based drink. An Affogato is usually formed with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or gelato, topped with a shot of hot espresso. Just like the Affogato, Aria is sweet on the inside with a bitter exterior.

Alison DiLaurentis - Vanilla Bean Frappe

Alison is a cold, yet sweet and pushy character. She's always alert, focused and driven, the icy part of the drink keeps her awake and alert. Just like the frap, she may be cold on the outside but has a lot of sweetness to give on the inside.

Mona Vanderwaal - Iced Coffee

Mona has a cold heart and can be very vicious to others. The iced coffee is a cold, bitter drink that can keep you up for hours. Mona is known for her cruel pranks and tricks against the liars and spends hours without sleep planning her next trick. Knowing Mona, she most likely would add that extra shot of espresso.

Admit it, after reading that article we could all use a big cup of coffee right now, even if it is 10 o'clock at night.


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22 New Things That I Want To Try Now That I'm 22

A bucket list for my 22nd year.

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"I don't know about you but I'm feelin' 22," I have waited 6 long years to sing that and actually be 22! Now 22 doesn't seem like a big deal to people because you can't do anything that you couldn't do before and you're still super young. But I'm determined to make my 22nd year a year filled with new adventures and new experiences. So here's to 22.

1. Go sky diving.

What's crazier than jumping out of a plane? (Although I'll probably try indoor skydiving first.)

2. Go cliff jumping/diving.

I must be the only Rhode Islander who hasn't gone to Jamestown and jumped off a cliff.

3. Ride in a hor air balloon.

Up, up and away.

4. Try out skiing.

Cash me in the next Olympics, how bout dat.

5. Try out snow boarding.

Shawn White, I'm coming for you.

6. Go bungee jumping.

Because at least this time I'll be attached to something.

7. Go to Portugal.

I mean I'm Portuguese so I have to go at some point, right?

8. Go to Cape Verde.

Once again, I'm Cape Verdean so I have to go.

9. Vist one of the seven wonders of the world.

I mean hey, Egypt's on, my bucket list.

10. Try out surfing.

It's only natural that somebody from the Ocean State knows how to surf.

11. Learn a new langauge.

Because my little bit of Portuguese, Spanish and Latin isn't cutting it anymore.

12. Travel to a state that I've never been to before.

Fun fact: I've only been to 17 of the 50 states.

13. Go paddle boarding.

Pretty boring but I've never done it.

14. Go scuba diving.

I'm from the Ocean State so I guess I should see the ocean up close and personal.

15. Learn how to line dance.

There's actually a barn in my state that does line dancing, so this one will definitely get crossed off.

16. Go kayaking.

All this water around me and I haven't done a lot of the water activites.

17. Stay the night in a haunted hotel room.

I bet if I got my friends to come with me, it would be like the Suite Life of Zach and Cody episode, minus the ghost coming out of the wall but you never know.

18. Get my palms read.

Because who doesn't want to know their future.

19. Go to a medium.

Like a medium that can communicate with people that have died.

20. Take a helicopter ride.

Air plane: check Helicopter:....

21. Sleep under the stars.

Because sleeping in a tent is more like glamping than camping

22. Just to try new things in my everyday life.

Whether it's trying a new restaurant, getting something different at my usual restaurants, changing my usual style, going on the scary rides at amusement parks, and bringing things I used to do back into my life now.

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I have respect for anyone who takes care of other people.

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Last summer I took up the onerous job of being a caregiver for a home healthcare service. Although I found a different job for this summer, one that aligns more closely with what I'm actually interested in, I would never take back the hard work and dedication that I put into being a caretaker last year because I learned so much and genuinely feel like I made in a difference in the lives of the people whom I helped. At least I know they made a difference in mine.

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I was taught lessons that I never would have imagined to learn from a summer job. For the first time in my life I had to cook and I didn't even get to enjoy the food I made. But cooking was just a simple skill I learned. I also realized the importance of patience, and working with ninety-year-olds helped me gain a better perspective on life.

But what last summer truly taught me was the value of the people who spend their time giving back to those who need hands-on help. Caretakers, nurses, moms, doctors, dads, counselors, you name it: they're all life savers and what they do isn't easy.

After working nine hour shifts, traveling to different houses throughout the day and helping people do the simplest tasks, by the time I got home I felt proud but exhausted. I rarely had the energy to take care of myself because I had been so focused on others all day. I also realized that a "bad day" couldn't exist for me because my job required diligence and compassion at every moment.

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