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What’s your “type”?

What's your "type"?I haven’t been asked this question in quite some time, but it was posed to me today.

If you’d asked me three years or more ago my answer would have been completely different. With my mindset now, honestly, I’m embarrassed by what my criteria used to be, and not only that, but I cringe to think about how much magic I missed out on as a result. So it was interesting to notice the difference in my response to this question today. Initially I laughed and said I don’t have a type. Then I explained that what matters to me above all is that a person is present, passionate, driven, yet mellow, open-minded, liberal and funny, but that most other details are peripheral as far as I’m concerned and don’t determine whether I’m drawn to someone or not.

In contrast, here’s what my type was for a while, circa 2012/13. I write this reluctantly and with a hint of nausea at my own former narrow mindedness. 6″2 or above, white, middle class, educated at a red brick university and not in a “fluffy” subject, strong and secure (boring) job, own property. Why, old Jaimie, why would you do this?! (More on that in a second.)

It’s ok, I forgive old me. But here’s what’s cool about the evolution of my “criteria”. It’s liberating. When we think about things in terms of checkboxes and restrictive criteria, we narrow our view, we narrow the opportunities that appear available to us, and we experience a narrower slice of the deliciousness that is life. Expanding – or even abandoning – set criteria sets us free to go with whatever feels right in the moment. This applies to any context, dating or otherwise.

What’s also liberating to recognise, is that my previous criteria wasn’t a reflection of who I really am or what I really want, it was a reflection of what my family told me I should have. My grandma still nudges me jokingly today about finding a nice white british husband. So many of our beliefs and thought processes are inherited through generations, educational and professional surroundings etc, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We can choose to re-evaluate. We can pick and choose what resonates with us and leave what doesn’t.

When we’re in the space of set criteria and rules, we’re coming from our head and closing off our heart space, and there is SO much wisdom in our heart. When I had unhelpfully specific criteria, I’d find reasons not to spend time with people based on very little evidence, rather than giving them a chance, then I’d wonder where all my glorious options were! Um, duh. I was also totally detached from my heart space and all the love and wisdom that lies there that I now have access to.

Here are a few other examples of disempowering criteria when it comes to the opportunities truly in front of us. Note, they don’t simply have to apply to others, this type of thinking is inextricably bound with your perceived potential for yourself too. Some of these are things I genuinely believed at some point in the past! Others are things my clients have believed in the past.

– My future partner has to be 6″4
– I can only date someone who works in finance/law and lives in South West London, zone 2(!!!!)
– I’m only attracted to people who are white.
– I can only work in marketing.
– I only want to work for multinational corporations.
– I’m only qualified to be an accountant.
– I’m only worth what I’m being paid right now.
– I can’t be an entrepreneur, I’m an employee.
– I don’t have time.
– I can’t have it all.
– I have to show up looking perfect or not at all (this one held me back from SO many events in the past and is total BS – showing up in your most vibrant energy is the most attractive thing you can do, whether or not you got dressed an hour ago or this morning!)
– I’m just not that confident/smart/[insert other adjective].
– I only like warm holidays.
– I only want to take beach vacations.

One of the ways to start diverting this thinking to a more empowering and beneficial place is to sit down with yourself and get super clear on what REALLY matters to you and what you stand for. Be really honest with yourself, and try and forget about what other people think for a moment. Try and suspend judgment about yourself too – everyone’s different. Own who you are, and your personal preferences, but be prepared to challenge yourself relentlessly in order to get to the core of why. Start by asking yourself some questions.

Let’s say for example, you’re thinking about dating and right now you feel like your type is men who wear bowties every day. What is it about the bowtie that excites you? Is it the gentlemanliness? If so, what is it about gentlemanliness that compels you? How does it make you feel? What else/what other traits/behaviors make you feel that way? Do bow-tie wearing and gentlemanliness really correlate? Can you come up with a different more open minded version of that piece of criteria to replace it? One that allows you be open to more of the amazing population?!

Example 2: you’re really attracted to people with a specific job title. Why? What is it about that title that’s so compelling to you? Could it be deeper than you think, and could you switch it out for the character trait it aligns with it? Let’s say your type is “teachers”. What is it about teaching that you admire? How could it translate to other careers? How might you be able to screen for it as a trait in a wider audience? And (this is my favorite question here) what could it be telling you about an unfulfilled talent within you?

Example 3: you feel like you’d love to be an [insert job title you don’t have right now]. Trust your intuition. What skills do you need to be good at that new job? Do you have them? If not, what skills are you using right now? How might they transfer to the new ones? What can you do to acquire or cultivate the new ones and get a foot in the door into the new field? It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, you can bridge the gap before you leap.

I’m curious, do you agree with me about types and box thinking? What’s your “type” in dating, jobs or holidays? What do you notice about how it’s evolved over time?

Just remember, the thing is never about the thing. And so much more is possible for you than you might think right now. For help expanding your openness and liberating your thinking, reserve your free 60 minute session in my calendar using the pink “Book Me” button.

Peanuts and amateurs

Let’s talk about pricing for a minute.

There are so many horror stories out there where people have bought the cheapest option and found themselves up sh** creek without a paddle. We’ve all experienced this to one degree or another. An item of clothing that looked 10 years old after 1 wash, or that split or fell apart at the worst moment possible, a cheap hair cut that left us looking like a goon, a cockroach ridden hotel that looks nothing like the photos…

Now, there are times when it pays to economize. For more on this, I recommend listening to Ramit Sethi’s book I Will Teach You To Be Rich and these two blog posts Stop Being A Loser And Pay Money to Save Money and Cheap vs Frugal.

But in general, scarcity choices = monkeys (or things that break), while abundance choices = results. One of the things Ramit recommends is being frugal not cheap. That means looking at the long term implications of your purchases, not just heading straight for the cheapest option today.

Let’s say you’re deciding between a $1000 laptop, or a $500 one. You’ve read the reviews and it looks like the $500 laptop is likely to need fixing or worse replacing after a year, but buyers report the $1000 laptop is still good after 3 years, AND it includes service coverage and delivers better performance, enabling you to deliver income producing work faster, it’s a no brainer. That’s before you’ve even factored in the value you place on your happiness!

There are many other situations where you can get more value and save more longer term by buying a higher priced option. Especially if a) it’s a product and you don’t need to replace it so soon, or b) it’s a service that enables you to actually get results faster, especially if those results are guaranteed, and better still if they have the potential to raise your earning potential.

Speaking of which, I offer a results guarantee on my work. Not something you get from amateurs or monkeys.

Peanuts and amateurs

The magic art of thinking outside the box

I really don’t like the cold.

I’m the girl that spent an hour a day in the jacuzzi and sauna at Equinox during New York City winters.

And yet, I spent last week in Iceland.

And it was one of the best weeks of my entire life.

I also spent it with people who now live on a different continent from me.

But I still played full out. (Ok, except that one nap, haha!)

None of these things would have happened with my old mindset.

In my boxed mindset, the cold was a definitive no, and I wanted only to hang out with people who lived in proximity to me, and as a general rule I was scared of playing full out because it was risky. What if people didn’t like me? What if I was too loud? Too happy? Too playful? Too… different?

I don’t think that way anymore. I think outside the box. I don’t look for set criteria, except that whatever choices I make be a “definitely definitely” for me in that moment. There isn’t a checklist anymore. I listen to my intuition – my gut, my heart, I look out for the tingles, tummy flips and racing heart that tell me something’s a hell freaking yes. I’m not scared of showing up, and playing full out, because I know that when I do, my tribe will be magnetised to me, and others will quickly fall away, and that’s social natural selection at it’s finest.

This choice was a definitely definitely, because of the organisers (Ivy) and the incredible people attending. I know whenever I go to an Ivy event it’s going to be absolutely amazing. So, as with other choices I’ve made over the last year, I abandoned any bullshit criteria that would have weighed in previously and went. I’ve made some pretty scary but epic decisions in 2016, and this was definitely amongst the most epic.

What have you said no to recently that could have been magical but it didn’t quite fit your criteria? Will you consider saying yes next time? What have you said yes to that you wouldn’t have done previously? What magic happened? Email me, or comment below, I’d love to know.

xo Jaimie

P.S. One of the biggest contributors to me opening my mindset was my own experience of hypnotherapy. One of the many reasons I practice it with my clients now. To book a free discovery session – during which you’ll learn more about both coaching and hypnotherapy, and experience them first hand – just click here.

 

 

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Are you a super motivated, yet overwhelmed type A? Forever rushing from one thing to the next, mentally and physically, in constant pursuit of the next challenge, the next opportunity, the next accomplishment, perfection even?! Thoughts racing, pulse racing, continually in a state of fight or flight? Wondering where the balance went between work and play?

I know how you’re feeling. I’m what I call a “recovering Type A”. Still highly motivated, but at my core, drastically more clear, serene and creative. And guess what, I actually get even MORE done. (And not just because I’m an entrepreneur now!). If you’d told me this back when I was running round like a blue arsed fly, stressing out about everything, obsessing over volume, I’d have laughed. But it’s my reality now, and I want to help it become yours too.

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Stress is EVERYWHERE. We can all sense it. On the tube/subway, at the checkout/till, in the office. Colleagues struggling to juggle mounting workloads, consumed with ticking off endless to do lists, seemingly trapped in a hamster wheel. According to 2016 figures, 64% of North American employees report high levels of stress, while in the UK, stress accounts for 37% of all work related ill health cases and 45% of all working days lost due to ill health.

With all this stress, our ability to see clearly and creatively is compromised and the risk of energetic and creative burnout is all too real. How can we keep showing up in our most compelling, inspiring energy and producing amazing ideas and projects if we’re frantic and frazzled?

I set up Definitely Definitely to help Type A executives and entrepreneurs like you go against the stressed out grain, and achieve new heights of clarity, serenity, creativity, and positive energy, so you can have an even more vibrant and sustainable impact in the world. I help people find their zen, their happy place, amidst the intensity of grand ambitions, competing priorities and a seriously stressed out world. I also help them refocus on quality (their Definitely Definitelys!) over quantity when it comes to prioritizing projects, and on birthing epic creative concepts and innovative solutions.

I lead both 1:1 coaching sessions and interactive group corporate workshops on topics including mindset, mindfulness, holistic health and wellbeing, conscious leadership, creative and entrepreneurial thinking and much more to help participants cultivate their Definitely Definitely lives and businesses from a place of abundant energy and unleashed creativity. I also run group and individual hypnotherapy sessions, and often find my clients benefit from a blend of hypnotherapy and coaching.

I help people say no, so they can say yes.

I help them find and sustain their most authentic and vibrant energy.

I help them focus on who they’re being – both as individuals and businesses – over what they’re doing.

These are just a few of the many subtle but intensely powerful mindset shifts I help people make.

And, whether you’re a business leader or an entrepreneur, because your – and your people’s – energy is your biggest (but not your only) asset, I also provide personal and professional brand expertise, helping you and your business articulate your story in the most authentic and emotionally compelling of ways so you can go from being an intellectual “nice to have” to heart-centered indispensable. It’s just a natural follow on from the energetic work I do with people and their teams.

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Marshmallow donut pastry sweet roll croissant. Gummi bears lemon drops I love cake toffee caramels tart gingerbread. I love gummies powder cookie tart candy canes lemon drops. Cake I love sesame snaps gingerbread tiramisu dragée. I love chocolate cake muffin croissant wafer sugar plum ice cream chocolate cake soufflé. Caramels chocolate wafer chocolate bar powder.

Tiramisu marshmallow bear claw caramels cupcake sweet. Sesame snaps cheesecake tart cookie donut powder donut gummi bears. Caramels apple pie pie liquorice danish dessert fruitcake chocolate bar toffee. Ice cream I love jelly beans liquorice halvah ice cream. Cake I love macaroon dragée. Cake gummies jelly beans.

I love topping I love lollipop I love tiramisu bear claw halvah jelly beans. Ice cream I love powder dragée gingerbread. Tootsie roll cheesecake fruitcake liquorice topping I love biscuit chupa chups. Icing toffee I love muffin biscuit. Soufflé jelly beans candy croissant chocolate dragée I love pudding. Topping I love jujubes. Candy cheesecake chocolate sesame snaps I love macaroon. I love lollipop cupcake jelly chocolate bar. Toffee jelly croissant toffee.

Pudding lollipop I love jujubes. Marzipan sugar plum jelly-o topping halvah ice cream. I love candy I love sugar plum dragée topping lollipop. Cotton candy tiramisu jelly-o. Cookie cake powder pudding. Macaroon bonbon sweet tart chocolate cake tart. Sugar plum cupcake pie fruitcake brownie. Gummi bears gummi bears powder halvah donut wafer sesame snaps. Toffee carrot cake pie pudding chocolate cake cotton candy. Croissant marzipan wafer sweet gingerbread brownie ice cream I love.

 

How about some Cupacake Ipsum?! Check it out at cupcakeipsum.com and create your own delicious Ipsum. Dessert candy tootsie roll jelly-o bear claw chocolate bar apple pie. Chocolate cake tootsie roll lollipop caramels fruitcake powder marzipan. I love cake chocolate cake danish cheesecake chocolate ice cream jujubes caramels. Jelly oat cake jujubes gummies macaroon. Tiramisu chupa chups fruitcake. Soufflé chocolate bar topping caramels cotton candy chocolate bar fruitcake powder pudding. Icing wafer fruitcake apple pie apple pie soufflé gummi bears cake jujubes. Marshmallow sugar plum jelly-o icing chupa chups croissant candy canes gingerbread dessert.

Marshmallow donut pastry sweet roll croissant. Gummi bears lemon drops I love cake toffee caramels tart gingerbread. I love gummies powder cookie tart candy canes lemon drops. Cake I love sesame snaps gingerbread tiramisu dragée. I love chocolate cake muffin croissant wafer sugar plum ice cream chocolate cake soufflé. Caramels chocolate wafer chocolate bar powder.

Tiramisu marshmallow bear claw caramels cupcake sweet. Sesame snaps cheesecake tart cookie donut powder donut gummi bears. Caramels apple pie pie liquorice danish dessert fruitcake chocolate bar toffee. Ice cream I love jelly beans liquorice halvah ice cream. Cake I love macaroon dragée. Cake gummies jelly beans.

I love topping I love lollipop I love tiramisu bear claw halvah jelly beans. Ice cream I love powder dragée gingerbread. Tootsie roll cheesecake fruitcake liquorice topping I love biscuit chupa chups. Icing toffee I love muffin biscuit. Soufflé jelly beans candy croissant chocolate dragée I love pudding. Topping I love jujubes. Candy cheesecake chocolate sesame snaps I love macaroon. I love lollipop cupcake jelly chocolate bar. Toffee jelly croissant toffee.

Pudding lollipop I love jujubes. Marzipan sugar plum jelly-o topping halvah ice cream. I love candy I love sugar plum dragée topping lollipop. Cotton candy tiramisu jelly-o. Cookie cake powder pudding. Macaroon bonbon sweet tart chocolate cake tart. Sugar plum cupcake pie fruitcake brownie. Gummi bears gummi bears powder halvah donut wafer sesame snaps. Toffee carrot cake pie pudding chocolate cake cotton candy. Croissant marzipan wafer sweet gingerbread brownie ice cream I love.

 

sugar cookies

Sweet Sugar Cookies
Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Hello You Designs
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 10 mins
Total time: 15 mins
Serves: 36
These sweet, simple and chewy sugar cookies will be the new house favorite!
Ingredients
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
  • 1½ cups granulated sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2¼ cups all-purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar for rolling cookies
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350º F. Line cookie sheets with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat.
  2. Cream together butter and granulated sugar until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add egg and mix until well-combined.
  3. Stir in flour, baking powder, salt, and vanilla.
  4. Scoop cookie dough by the tablespoon full and roll into a ball.
  5. Add granulated sugar to a large bowl for rolling cookie dough in before baking. Place each ball of cookie dough into the bowl of granulated sugar and roll to coat well. Place cookie dough onto baking sheet, spacing about 1½-inches to 2 inches apart. Lightly press each cookie down. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until lightly browned.
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When looking for words to fill these sample posts the traditional thing to turn to is a Lorem Ipsum. An Ipsum is a filler text used to demonstrate the graphic elements of a document or visual presentation. While searching for something different to fill these pages found that you can find all kinds of Ipsum generators. From Cupcakes, TV Shows, Movies, Samuel Jackson (not G rated), even one for Obama quotes. Here are a few of my favorite that I came across.

DeLorean Ipsum

hs-blog-3No, Marty, we’ve already agreed that having information about the future could be extremely dangerous. Even if your intentions are good, they could backfire drastically. Whatever you’ve got to tell me I’ll find out through the natural course of time. I, I don’t know. Radiation suit, of course, cause all of the fall out from the atomic wars. This is truly amazing, a portable television studio. No wonder your president has to be an actor, he’s gotta look good on television. Right. Lou, gimme a milk, chocolate. Lorraine, my density has popped me to you. this has gotta be a dream.

Hey McFly, what do you think you’re doing. Um, well it’s a delorean, right? Hey wait, wait a minute, who are you? Stella, another one of these damn kids jumped in front of my car. Come on out here, help me take him in the house. Thank god I found you. Listen, can you meet me at Twin Pines Mall tonight at 1:15? I’ve made a major breakthrough, I’ll need your assistance. I’m, I’m sorry, Mr. McFly, I mean, I was just starting on the second coat.

Lorraine. It’s uh, the other end of town, a block past Maple. Hey, hey, Doc, where are you? Where does he come from? whoa, whoa Doc, stuck here, I can’t be stuck here, I got a life in 1985. I got a girl.

Heisenberg Ipsum

Who are you talking to right now? Who is it you think you see? Do you know how much I make a year? I mean, even if I told you, you wouldn’t believe it. Do you know what would happen if I suddenly decided to stop going into work?

A business big enough that it could be listed on the NASDAQ goes belly up. Disappears! It ceases to exist without me. No, you clearly don’t know who you’re talking to, so let me clue you in. I am not in danger, Skyler. I AM the danger! A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No. I am the one who knocks!

Chuck Ipsum – As in Norris

Crop circles are Chuck Norris’ way of telling the world that sometimes corn needs to lie down, Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits Chuck Norris uses pepper spray to spice up his steaks, Chuck Norris counted to infinity – twice. Chuck Norris can slam a revolving door Chuck Norris is the reason why Waldo is hiding. Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits. Chuck Norris is my Homeboy, The leading causes of death in the United States are: 1. Heart Disease 2. Chuck Norris 3. Cancer Chuck Norris does not get frostbite. Chuck Norris bites frost. Chuck Norris doesn’t compete in sports. He allows other people to have a chance at breaking records too.

There is no theory of evolution. Just a list of creatures Chuck Norris has allowed to live. Contrary to popular belief, Chuck Norris, not the box jellyfish of northern Australia, is the most venomous creature on earth. Chuck Norris will attain statehood in 2009. His state flower will be the Magnolia The chief export of Chuck Norris is Pain. Chuck Norris isn’t made up of cells, cells are made up of Chuck Norris Chuck Norris will attain statehood in 2009. His state flower will be the Magnolia, The Great Wall of China was originally created to keep Chuck Norris out. It failed miserably What was going through the minds of all of Chuck Norris’ victims before they died? His shoe Chuck Norris is my Homeboy. If Chuck Norris were to ever run out of ammo, his weapon would continue to fire out of fear of disappointing Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris does not get frostbite. Chuck Norris bites frost Chuck Norris invented Kentucky Fried Chicken’s famous secret recipe, with eleven herbs and spices. But nobody ever mentions the twelfth ingredient: Fear.

hs-blog-4Does anyone remember Futurama? It was easily one of my favorite shows as a kid. How about some Futurama Ipsum for your enjoyment! Get yours at fillerama.io

Yes, except the Dave Matthews Band doesn’t rock. Hey, tell me something. You’ve got all this money. How come you always dress like you’re doing your laundry? Oh yeah, good luck with that. Can we have Bender Burgers again?

Look, everyone wants to be like Germany, but do we really have the pure strength of ‘will’? THE BIG BRAIN AM WINNING AGAIN! I AM THE GREETEST! NOW I AM LEAVING EARTH, FOR NO RAISEN! Hey, guess what you’re accessories to.

Why am I sticky and naked? Did I miss something fun? Is that a cooking show? What are you hacking off? Is it my torso?! ‘It is!’ My precious torso! Oh, I don’t have time for this. I have to go and buy a single piece of fruit with a coupon and then return it, making people wait behind me while I complain.

Can we have Bender Burgers again? You’re going to do his laundry? Shut up and get to the point! My fellow Earthicans, as I have explained in my book ‘Earth in the Balance”, and the much more popular ”Harry Potter and the Balance of Earth’, we need to defend our planet against pollution. Also dark wizards.

Goodbye, friends. I never thought I’d die like this. But I always really hoped. No, I’m Santa Claus! Well, thanks to the Internet, I’m now bored with sex. Is there a place on the web that panders to my lust for violence?

Ven ve voke up, ve had zese wodies. Moving along… These old Doomsday Devices are dangerously unstable. I’ll rest easier not knowing where they are. And from now on you’re all named Bender Jr.

Stop! Don’t shoot fire stick in space canoe! Cause explosive decompression! Ah, yes! John Quincy Adding Machine. He struck a chord with the voters when he pledged not to go on a killing spree. You wouldn’t. Ask anyway!

The key to victory is discipline, and that means a well made bed. You will practice until you can make your bed in your sleep. Actually, that’s still true. I just told you! You’ve killed me! For one beautiful night I knew what it was like to be a grandmother. Subjugated, yet honored.

You’ll have all the Slurm you can drink when you’re partying with Slurms McKenzie! No! The cat shelter’s on to me. I don’t want to be rescued. When I was first asked to make a film about my nephew, Hubert Farnsworth, I thought “Why should I?” Then later, Leela made the film. But if I did make it, you can bet there would have been more topless women on motorcycles. Roll film!

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Marshmallow donut pastry sweet roll croissant. Gummi bears lemon drops I love cake toffee caramels tart gingerbread. I love gummies powder cookie tart candy canes lemon drops. Cake I love sesame snaps gingerbread tiramisu dragée. I love chocolate cake muffin croissant wafer sugar plum ice cream chocolate cake soufflé. Caramels chocolate wafer chocolate bar powder.

Tiramisu marshmallow bear claw caramels cupcake sweet. Sesame snaps cheesecake tart cookie donut powder donut gummi bears. Caramels apple pie pie liquorice danish dessert fruitcake chocolate bar toffee. Ice cream I love jelly beans liquorice halvah ice cream. Cake I love macaroon dragée. Cake gummies jelly beans.

I love topping I love lollipop I love tiramisu bear claw halvah jelly beans. Ice cream I love powder dragée gingerbread. Tootsie roll cheesecake fruitcake liquorice topping I love biscuit chupa chups. Icing toffee I love muffin biscuit. Soufflé jelly beans candy croissant chocolate dragée I love pudding. Topping I love jujubes. Candy cheesecake chocolate sesame snaps I love macaroon. I love lollipop cupcake jelly chocolate bar. Toffee jelly croissant toffee.

Pudding lollipop I love jujubes. Marzipan sugar plum jelly-o topping halvah ice cream. I love candy I love sugar plum dragée topping lollipop. Cotton candy tiramisu jelly-o. Cookie cake powder pudding. Macaroon bonbon sweet tart chocolate cake tart. Sugar plum cupcake pie fruitcake brownie. Gummi bears gummi bears powder halvah donut wafer sesame snaps. Toffee carrot cake pie pudding chocolate cake cotton candy. Croissant marzipan wafer sweet gingerbread brownie ice cream I love.

How about some Cupacake Ipsum?! Check it out at cupcakeipsum.com and create your own delicious Ipsum. Dessert candy tootsie roll jelly-o bear claw chocolate bar apple pie. Chocolate cake tootsie roll lollipop caramels fruitcake powder marzipan. I love cake chocolate cake danish cheesecake chocolate ice cream jujubes caramels. Jelly oat cake jujubes gummies macaroon. Tiramisu chupa chups fruitcake. Soufflé chocolate bar topping caramels cotton candy chocolate bar fruitcake powder pudding. Icing wafer fruitcake apple pie apple pie soufflé gummi bears cake jujubes. Marshmallow sugar plum jelly-o icing chupa chups croissant candy canes gingerbread dessert.

Marshmallow donut pastry sweet roll croissant. Gummi bears lemon drops I love cake toffee caramels tart gingerbread. I love gummies powder cookie tart candy canes lemon drops. Cake I love sesame snaps gingerbread tiramisu dragée. I love chocolate cake muffin croissant wafer sugar plum ice cream chocolate cake soufflé. Caramels chocolate wafer chocolate bar powder.

hs-blog-6Tiramisu marshmallow bear claw caramels cupcake sweet. Sesame snaps cheesecake tart cookie donut powder donut gummi bears. Caramels apple pie pie liquorice danish dessert fruitcake chocolate bar toffee. Ice cream I love jelly beans liquorice halvah ice cream. Cake I love macaroon dragée. Cake gummies jelly beans.

I love topping I love lollipop I love tiramisu bear claw halvah jelly beans. Ice cream I love powder dragée gingerbread. Tootsie roll cheesecake fruitcake liquorice topping I love biscuit chupa chups. Icing toffee I love muffin biscuit. Soufflé jelly beans candy croissant chocolate dragée I love pudding. Topping I love jujubes. Candy cheesecake chocolate sesame snaps I love macaroon. I love lollipop cupcake jelly chocolate bar. Toffee jelly croissant toffee.

Pudding lollipop I love jujubes. Marzipan sugar plum jelly-o topping halvah ice cream. I love candy I love sugar plum dragée topping lollipop. Cotton candy tiramisu jelly-o. Cookie cake powder pudding. Macaroon bonbon sweet tart chocolate cake tart. Sugar plum cupcake pie fruitcake brownie. Gummi bears gummi bears powder halvah donut wafer sesame snaps. Toffee carrot cake pie pudding chocolate cake cotton candy. Croissant marzipan wafer sweet gingerbread brownie ice cream I love.

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