I go to IKEA for the first time ever!!!
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Lol. My mom hates IKEA. You can find some nice stuff there, some not so. Nice to waste a day there. As fuller house said it's like hell once you're in there's no way out... Only one way out? I don't remember :) anyway fun times!
I had the same problem with a Bratz cake when I was younger!!! I went on holiday the next day after eating it, and in my hotel room, I had blue/green poo, and me and my mum were confused whether it was a hotel thing, or whether I actually had blue/green poo!!
Also Becca can't believe you'd never been to IKEA! Its like the best thing ever. And that pug jumper is on fleeeeek. Love your shoes too. and of course always your eyebrows I am IN LOVE with your eyebrows!!! Have a good evening xxx
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