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Bwog In Bed: Axe Body Spray And Bicycle Elves

One more week, y’all.  You deserve to sleep in.


After smelling a strong “possibly hazardous” odor a school bus of thirty middle school students was evacuated in Florida this past week.  The smell turned out to be a student who had sprayed an exorbitant amount of Axe body spray.  Honestly, I don’t think the evacuation was too out of line.  (HuffPost)

Study Tip:

Make a full and complete to-do list of everything you have to do, studying and otherwise.  It always keeps me motivated to see I am making progress and I love checking things off.  Don’t forget to add things like getting enough sleep and eating breakfast because those are important too!

Music of the Day:

I’m a really big fan of Therapie TAXI.  If you’re looking to study for your French exam or if you just wanna feel cultured and vibe they’re the way to go.

Procrastination Tip:

Insta-stalk (or better yet message) some new baby lions/baby bears from the class of 2024!  They are so excited and precious and they bring me such joy!


A large group of people dressed as elves on bicycles.  There were maybe 10-15 of them just whipping down 125th street.

Old Fashioned Bike Buddies via Wikimedia Commons

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