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Pembroke College May Ball (Oxford)

In this week’s episode of Perks of Being The Twin Sister of a BNOC, I got to go to the Pembroke College Oxford May Ball, and it was SO MUCH FUN:

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 Chris Stark was there DJing, and we got a selfie with him!

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Can’t wait to do it all again at the Cambridge one next month!

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NICK JONAS KNOWS I EXIST

In today’s episode of Perks of Being The Twin Sister of a BNOC, I got a shout out from Nick Jonas!

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He was speaking at the Oxford Union, and Kenny got to meet him at a drinks reception. Being the AWESOME TWIN she is, she asked him to write “Hi Tai!” on a piece of paper for me. MY SISTER IS THE BEST.

And here it is one more time:

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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

I am now reliving my fan girl days and listening to classic Jonas Brothers TUNES; this is still my all time favourite:

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That Time I Was On TV

One of the perks of being the twin sister of a BNOC* is getting to do cool things like appear on national television during prime time. What even is my life lol?

We were on The One Show for a segment called ‘Me and My Teacher,’ where we talked about our old Economics teacher, Mr B. I’ve mentioned him in previous posts because he played a huge role in getting me into medical school, and really went out of his way to help us during our GCSEs and A Levels.

So yupp, this happened:

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It was such a surreal experience; massive thanks to the producers at the BBC for having us!

Ofcourse, the real star of this all is Mr B. He truly is a great teacher, and we really need more like him in the world. He always told us that it is the student who makes the school, not the other way round. Regardless of where you’re from and as long as you’re willing to work hard, you can accomplish anything. So thank you, Mr B, never change.

(*BNOC = Big Name On Campus)