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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEADL
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.60%. The average number of likes per post is 158 and the average number of comments is 11.
38.89% of the followers that engaged with theadl regularly are from Singapore, followed by United Kingdom at 11.11% and Turkey at 5.56%. In summary, the top 5 countries of theadl's posts engager are coming from Singapore, United Kingdom, Turkey, Australia, Czech Republic.
Theadl loves posting about Hair & Beauty, Photography, Travel.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEADL
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF THEADL
- Singapore 38.89 %
- United Kingdom 11.11 %
- Turkey 5.56 %
- Australia 5.56 %
- Czech Republic 5.56 %
You know this awesome photo compilation is more for my sentimental self than for you... But hey, you secretly use Instagram now, so I'm pretty sure you'll see this. Might as well write a sweet note for this occasion. 😂 Thank you for your love, making me laugh everyday, eating everything I cook (that's love mann) and just being yourself. There's really nobody else like you - I'm really proud of who you are and I trust who you will become. I'm wishing for many more years together. I forsee many more years of you trying to teach me how to properly swing a golf club (and me failing), you dozing off in art galleries and during the artsy movies I force you to watch, countless more ramen dates (once this pandemic ends), and many more adventures together (even if we are both not the most adventurous people). Happy birthday @rocky.kristian . I promise I will try not to eat all of your birthday cake later. I love all of you! 💕
2020 was so kafkaesque... Photo by me. 📷 More books @charringtonsshop #breakingbad
White Christmas this year. Happy Holidays. ❤️
Ikigai. It’s a Japanese term that is described as “your reason to get up in the morning”. Swipe from some insight from The Little Book of Ikigai: The Secret Japanese Way to Live a Happy and Long Life by Ken Mogi. More books available in @charringtonsshop
I don't know why I pick the most depressing books to read. Sometimes I feel, that is the point for it. Reading novels puts you in a life other than your own - allowing you to gain insight on experiencing something that may be painful and horrific. This story is told through the eyes six different people on one of the darkest points of our world’s history. It is a powerful novel and serves as a clear warning of what humans are capable of. - Second hand books available @charringtonsshop
A little bit creepy. 👀
Love in the time of Corona. Tied the knot legally yesterday 10/20/2020. ❤️ This year, I've learned to appreciate the small moments. The sound of breathless laughter as it escapes through your smile and warms the air. The way your eyes dance in amusement when I'm trying to understand one of your weird jokes that perhaps only you laugh at.The moments we spend trying out new words to add to the made up language that we share with the DOC'S (the dog's). The times we hold each other close and say, "I don't think I've ever told anybody that before.". I think maybe it is the small moments that really matter. Whether we are celebrating in a grand church or a small cubicle - In the best of times and the worst of times, I know there's nobody else I'd rather be with. Every moment with you - big or small is irreplaceable. Expensive you @rocky.kristian 😂
Second hand book finds. 🌼
Happy Sunday. 📖 The Coma - Alex Garland More stuff available soon @charringtonsshop
I wanted to read a book published every decade in the 1900s, so I picked up The Sun Also Rises for the 1920s. This was a really difficult book to read - I should have picked up a book by Fitzgerald instead. 😂 I was curious about Hemingway because he is known for using his background in journalism to revolutionize literature at the time. His iconic writing style is defined by omitting details in his prose - leaving it very simple and direct. He believed that saying the bare minimum would give readers the freedom to dissect the deeper themes in his text. Fiesta /The Sun Also Rises is Hemingway's first novel and also known as a roman à clef as the characters in the story greatly resemble Hemingway's own circle of friends. Side note: I would be so angry if someone decided to publish a story of my entire barkada and all our dirty secrets. 😂 This story explores the theme of the "Lost Generation" which was the term given for the generation of survivors that lived through WWI. Readers are thrust into the lives of Jake and his friends as they go on seemingly aimless trips where in they blatantly self medicate their trauma with excessive amounts of booze and partying. I found this book tiring to read as you really have to be in the proper headspace to absorb his themes and writing style (which kind of reminds me of reading a playscript). It took me a while to digest the novel... I was left lost, confused and sad. As a person who believes that you can always find purpose in life, I found it difficult to tolerate these self-defeating characters. It was disappointing that the characters really couldn't seem to find meaning in their lives or build any solid relationships. I never thought a book about partying could be so sad. 🤔 - More books available at @charringtonsshop
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