What happens when you have a childhood dream to be a writer, but your test scores tell you it's not in the cards?

For Alexandra Penfold, she became a writer anyway — and a successful one at that. Penfold is a literary agent and the author of children's books like "All Are Welcome" and "We Are Brothers, We Are Friends."

In a viral tweet, Penfold shared an image of a self-evaluation she wrote in fourth grade. In scrawling cursive penmanship, it reads: "Writing. I love to write and I hope to become an athor [sic] someday."

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Like most 2-year-olds, Nora is curious, playful, and a little mischievous.

Unlike most 2-year-olds, she tips the scales at several hundred pounds.

That's because Nora is a polar bear at the Oregon Zoo in Portland.

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Last month, rapper 2 Chainz decided to rent out a house in Atlanta, paint it a nice shade of Pepto-Bismol pink, scrawl the word "trap" across the front, and open it up to the public as a sort of ad hoc art installation — you know, just normal stuff, as one does.

The whole thing was a marketing gimmick to promote his latest album, "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music," and the project quickly took on a bit of a life of its own.

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My delightful sister, Annie — the Queen of Seeing Through B.S. — posted this image on Facebook the other day:

Image provided by Ben Thomas, used with permission.

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