My Favorite & Not-so-Favorite Things
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My Favorite & Not-so-Favorite Things

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My Favorite & Not-so-Favorite Things

Favorite place to get dinner:


Least favorite:

I know, unpopular opinion, but Dino BBQ (no offense but it's overrated).

Favorite state to travel to:


Least favorite:

New Hampshire

Favorite country I've been:


Least favorite:

Hard to choose but probably Canada I guess?

Favorite clothing store:

Pac Sun

Least favorite:

Brandy Melville (One-size fits all, ya right)

Favorite color:


Least favorite:


Favorite shoe brand:


Least favorite:


Favorite thing to do when I don't have homework:

Netflix & go to the gym

Least favorite:

ummm anythings better than homework...

Favorite kind of dog:

Bernese Mountain Dog

Least favorite:


Favorite celebrity:


Least favorite:

J. Biebs

Favorite show:

Grey's Anatomy

Least favorite:

Also Grey's Anatomy because it just makes me sad.

Favorite food:


Least favorite:

Any kind of seafood

Favorite dessert:

Ice cream cake

Least favorite:

Chocolate cake

Favorite holiday:

Halloween & Christmas

Least favorite:

Christmas because the day after is SO depressing

Favorite day at CUSE:


Least favorite:

The day of the housing lottery

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