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So I thought that this would be a good idea to help you guys get to know me better! Let's start!

  1. I don't have a middle name
  2. My favorite color is pink
  3. My first best friend's name was Lea
  4. I am 167 cm (5 feet 5 inches)
  5. I love both cats and dogs, but I think I would prefer to get a cat!
  6. As a clumsy person I've had lots of funny moments throughout school, but one that I remember happened during my first year (kindergarten). I kept asking the people in my class their names over and over again because somehow I couldn't remember them LOL!
  7. I have visited around 12 countries I think
  8. I am in high school
  9. My favorite subjects are chemistry and biology, and my worst one is geography
  10. My favorite drink is my mom's strawberry margherita (if that's how you spell it)
  11. My favorite animal is a kitten or puppy
  12. I like both tea and coffee
  13. I have no idea what I would name my children :)
  14. My favorite books are Me Before You and The Book Thief
  15. My favorite YouTube channel is Buzzfeed
  16. I am currently single
  17. My ideal first date would be a trip to the movies
  18. I've had 0 boyfriends (if you don't count the kindergarten ones LOL)
  19. I play badminton
  20. My favorite perfume is Daisy by Marc Jacobs
  21. My favorite movie is Beauty and the Beast
  22. I don't have a favorite childhood memory
  23. I speak Arabic, English, German, Spanish and French
  24. I have a younger brother
  25. My fashion sense is casual and a bit chic (depends on my mood)
  26. My favorite restaurant is La Una (Lebanon)
  27. My favorite tv show is Mafi Metlo (Lebanese)
  28. I prefer a mac over a PC even though I don't have one haha
  29. I have a Samsung phone
  30. My bad habit is procrastination


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