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    Oh that looks yummyyyyyyy
    litc
    litc
    Lol I have like an instant pack only this time

    I'll send you a pic later
    litc
    litc
    but definitely I really love thai noodles

    asian noodles in general

    maybe noodles in general

    though I don't think I've had any that's not from an asian country
    I'm triggered by all the gif badges you have-just thought you should know.
    :pikagun:
    litc
    litc
    I decided I don't have an ult group cuz I'm happier without one and hyperfixating on different ones when I want to, so it mostly means getting all the members of groups if I have enough points
    Lovely_Cornchips
    Lovely_Cornchips
    <.<
    IM UPSET
    litc
    Your soulmate is here to say hello
    litc
    litc
    BRUH LOOK THIS IS THE EXACT COVER I REMEMBERED THE GRAVEYARD, THE KIDS, THE FLASHLIGHT, THE CAT, NOT DARK ATMOSPHERE
    litc
    litc
    MOST PPL IN THE GOODREADS ARE DELUSIONAL, “WHOLESOME”, “FUN FOR KIDS”, “ADORABLE”, what the heck is wrong with them

    I am SURE they are paid

    lemme post a review that told it like it IS
    litc
    litc
    The book was even freaking worse than I remembered
    The first book I read by Martha Freeman, Who Stole the Twelve Days of Christmas was funny, a bit exciting for a young reader, and definitely something a young detective-wanna be would dream about. Who Stole Halloween was creepy and somewhat disturbing. The children decide to investigate a rash of cat-nappings. The cat-napper is stealing cats who are neglected by their owners. However, their investigation leads them to the mystery of a grisly murder in a mansion turned health food store in their neighborhood. The murder mystery involves a husband who kills his wife in a jealous rage and gets away with it. Then the husband is found murdered, slashed, stabbed, etc. with the cat nearby "licking something red and sticky" from its paws. The cat is then drowned in a pond. The owner of the now health food store finds an old fireplace with remnants of burned clothing and the kids solve the mystery of the murders. Then they solve the mystery of the missing cats. It was their beloved teacher who was taking the cats, shaving them and making "natural remedies" using their fur and selling it to the health food store. The boy's dad has been taking these pills. Creepy. Not funny. Would not recommend. I wish I had read it before my daughter because I don't think I would have allowed her to read it. She didn't enjoy it.” - honest review

    another honest review:

    This wasn't good at all. No part was believable, especially the mystery surrounding the stolen cats. Both main characters are ten years old yet talk like teens or adults, especially Yasmeen. If you didn't know their ages and the main characters weren't on the cover, you'd have never guessed their correct ages. And I have no idea which cat that is on the cover. The cat named Halloween belongs to an older kid named Kyle and is an all black female, and main character Alex's cat is orange. We're told three times that Kyle is "pale", like that's a bad thing.

    There's a second mystery in this involving a possible ghost and a murder from the late 19th century and it was so unnecessary to put two mysteries into one short book. The kids solved both mysteries on Halloween night. The catnapper mystery is solved Halloween night and the other mystery is solved the next day. There's repeated talk of a bloody crime scene with both main characters trying to figure out who murdered the person over 100 years ago. In actuality children that age wouldn't be involved with subject matter so dark, period, and those parts of the book aren't appropriate for the kids this middle grade book is marketed towards, ages 8-12. The only part I liked is something they did to Alex's cat Luau to help them catch the serial catnapper.” - honest review

    SO THERE WAS EVEN MORE I DIDNT REMEMBER, THE CATNAPPING AT THE BEGINNING, AND THE GUY WHO HORIFICALLY KILLED AN INNOCENT OUT OF TOWN PERSON (bc no one there would miss him, how evil) TO FAKE HIS DEATH AND FRAME HIS POOR CAT HAD ALSO KILLED HIS FREAKING WIFE BEFORE BUT FAKED HIS DEATH, MURDERED, FRAMED AND CAUSED LYNCHING OF HIS CAT, AND FLED SO HED GET AWAY WITH IT

    and now I vaguely remember the answer to the other mystery also disturbing

    but the parts that gave me nightmares every time I closed my eyes was the murder of the out of town guy so horrific the body was unrecognizable and the towns people putting the innocent cat in a sack and drowning him
    Hii, how are you??
    Jungwonie
    Jungwonie
    Yes I am in high school lol but I heard about semesters from my cousins who are in college :susPepe: so i thought it might be similar

    yes I am from the Philippines! :sanapray: lol can i ask why u thought abt that?

    OMG GOOD LUCK!! I feel u on that lol :lisalaugh:

    Also do u have online or in person classes?

    I'm doing good, I got busier and busier the past few days though
    litc
    litc
    Oh I see, they have semesters only in college there?

    I thought bc of your timezone or when you’re online, I just thought Australia would be a timezone that’s far from mine and there aren’t really users from, I didn’t think about you being from a different Asian timezone (diff from kst) for some reason :haylul:

    I have two online, but the rest in person! Wbu?

    I should be busier when I have less to do immediately so I’m not busy and rushing at the end:jisoosmh:
    Jungwonie
    Jungwonie
    Yep!

    I know someone from Australia and our timezones aren't that far and there's this another user i know who has the same timezone as me and i think he's from Australia too :dubuthink: Wait what's ur timezone?

    Omg same, I have online on Thu-Fri and the rest in person!

    Omgg samee :jisoosmh:
    hi litc :pepeheart:

    I see you often commenting in my threads and you seem very nice, so I wanted to leave you follow :catsip:
    litc
    litc
    I only like Cheshire boys like you and domino tho:pepelook:
    litc
    litc
    Im not big fan of Cheshire but compared to their other songs:llama_squish:
    Moguri
    Moguri
    oh.... lol I thought there was one more :passcodea: good then still 3 songs

    In my mind, you are obsessed with Cheshire and listen to it many times every day :sakUwu:
    litc
    litc
    I meant what do you mean by negativity? You can dm instead
    Exi
    Exi
    my depression + stuff
    issokiiii
    currently multitasking with attending virtual class :sanapray:
    litc
    litc
    I suck at multitasking :sicatape:

    Also for someone who values productivity so much I'm so unproductive:bobross:

    Like I take a break and feel guilty for taking a break but when I don't take a break I waste time doing nothing anyway
    You don't like "what a life [x8]" ?
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    Oh and aren't those 2 members huge in CN as well? Ofc the bars will do work and fill SM's pockets :sanapray:
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    It's okay you can diss them I care about Junmyeon and then there's a wall between any other member :taesip:
    litc
    litc
    I will dm you:turtlehat:
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