So I really did give my friend a stuffed owl for exams, which she did find terrifying, but everything after is just my imagination. This is another story line I've wanted to write for literally years. Speaking of which, don't you miss when people used "literally" correctly? It's said now that most people use it figuratively, which is technically true, but I'd say that it's just been added to the ranks of emphasizers like "totally" "seriously" et cetera. It makes jokes like ( "It's raining cat's and dogs outside!", man pulls pug out of his jacket collar, "literally!") not funny anymore. Very sad.