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spiraphobia:

"Cosmetic Sesame" is a Korean urban legend. The story goes like this: Somewhere in Korea, there was once a girl who is willing to try any method out there just to make her skin better. One day, she heard from a friend that putting sesame seeds in your bath water will be good for your skin.

Worried about her skin getting old and wrinkled, the girl tried this method right away. But after a few hours, she didn’t come out of the bathroom. She’d only reply, “Just a moment!” when someone tries to enter. Her mother grew suspicious and forced the bathroom door open. 

What she saw inside really shocked her—on her daughter’s skin are innumerable amount of sesame seeds that attached themselves between every small wrinkle and every pore and had started to grow roots. Her daughter seemed like she had lost her mind and was frantically trying to remove the seeds with a toothpick.

spiraphobia:

"Cosmetic Sesame" is a Korean urban legend. The story goes like this: Somewhere in Korea, there was once a girl who is willing to try any method out there just to make her skin better. One day, she heard from a friend that putting sesame seeds in your bath water will be good for your skin.


Worried about her skin getting old and wrinkled, the girl tried this method right away. But after a few hours, she didn’t come out of the bathroom. She’d only reply, “Just a moment!” when someone tries to enter. Her mother grew suspicious and forced the bathroom door open.


What she saw inside really shocked her—on her daughter’s skin are innumerable amount of sesame seeds that attached themselves between every small wrinkle and every pore and had started to grow roots. Her daughter seemed like she had lost her mind and was frantically trying to remove the seeds with a toothpick.

Expect the unexpected

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Hair like this..

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Love my new twitter header! Eiffel Tower!

spiraphobia:

"Cosmetic Sesame" is a Korean urban legend. The story goes like this: Somewhere in Korea, there was once a girl who is willing to try any method out there just to make her skin better. One day, she heard from a friend that putting sesame seeds in your bath water will be good for your skin.

Worried about her skin getting old and wrinkled, the girl tried this method right away. But after a few hours, she didn’t come out of the bathroom. She’d only reply, “Just a moment!” when someone tries to enter. Her mother grew suspicious and forced the bathroom door open. 

What she saw inside really shocked her—on her daughter’s skin are innumerable amount of sesame seeds that attached themselves between every small wrinkle and every pore and had started to grow roots. Her daughter seemed like she had lost her mind and was frantically trying to remove the seeds with a toothpick.

spiraphobia:

"Cosmetic Sesame" is a Korean urban legend. The story goes like this: Somewhere in Korea, there was once a girl who is willing to try any method out there just to make her skin better. One day, she heard from a friend that putting sesame seeds in your bath water will be good for your skin.


Worried about her skin getting old and wrinkled, the girl tried this method right away. But after a few hours, she didn’t come out of the bathroom. She’d only reply, “Just a moment!” when someone tries to enter. Her mother grew suspicious and forced the bathroom door open.


What she saw inside really shocked her—on her daughter’s skin are innumerable amount of sesame seeds that attached themselves between every small wrinkle and every pore and had started to grow roots. Her daughter seemed like she had lost her mind and was frantically trying to remove the seeds with a toothpick.

My sisters

My sisters

Expect the unexpected

Lol

Lol

Hair like this..

Hair like this..

Be abnormal!

Be abnormal!

Love my new twitter header! Eiffel Tower!

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