about me

Hi! So let me introduce myself: my name is Ibe and I am 16 years old. I started blogging here when I just turned 11 (don't hold me responsible for all the embarrassing things that I've written here before 2013) and as you can see I am still here! My favorite book is Franny & Zooey by J.D Salinger and I think that 'blog' is a really ugly word. I can be pretty sarcastic sometimes but most of the time I am just fangirling over Alex Turner & Miu Miu. That's all!

If you have more questions please don't hesitate to email me: mademoisellerossele@hotmail.com


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