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    It can be anything! Music, art, a piece of writing, a blog post, something you drew when you were little or made... Sure we've all got one we can think of!

    We were sorting out some cupboards the other day and I found a year 7 art project where we sewed a self portrait (or I sewed, not sure if everyone did) and things that represented us around it. I remember being hugely stressed about it at the time but it's actually really good! The things on there still represent me well too. In terms of least proud of, I also found a painting thing which I have no idea why we kept, I was really upset at the time with it and sure enough, it's still terrible now. As you can probably guess, it is now in the bin :lol:

    What creations are you most and least proud of?
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    It's a pretty obvious and boring answer but in my third year of university, I wrote a 3000 word essay which I was immensely proud of by the end of it. I think it was a combination between enjoying the topic of the essay and spending such a long time trying to make it as good as possible and it all coming together right at the end. A true labour of love with the emphasis on labour!

    For my worst creation, I tried to make a unicorn out of cardboard in Year 3 when I was about 7 and it looked like a cubist explosion it was so ugly haha. I think I got a special award for how awful it was! :lol:
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    i am very proud of my writings:

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    (Original post by Amusing Elk)
    It's a pretty obvious and boring answer but in my third year of university, I wrote a 3000 word essay which I was immensely proud of by the end of it. I think it was a combination between enjoying the topic of the essay and spending such a long time trying to make it as good as possible and it all coming together right at the end. A true labour of love with the emphasis on labour!

    For my worst creation, I tried to make a unicorn out of cardboard in Year 3 when I was about 7 and it looked like a cubist explosion it was so ugly haha. I think I got a special award for how awful it was! :lol:
    Not that obvious! Glad it turned out well, uni essays seem to be really good or awful in that way! The unicorn thing made me laugh I have to admit :lol: remember doing cubism at something, the teacher ended up setting me different work cus I just couldn't get my head round seeing things and changing them. Way way too literal we did some wooden thing for it afterwards though which I was very proud of!

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    i am very proud of my writings:

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    I'm blaming you for my coughing fit and the 'my daughter's gone mad' look my dad just gave me asking what I was laughing so much about :rofl: that is brilliant!
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    I'm proud of my OCD and MH blogs and threads on here I put my heart and soul into them and tried to make them as informative as possible without being preachy or all doom and gloom and they seem to have went down pretty well and got some good conversions going and I managed to help some people in the process
 
 
 
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