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"What Trojan-war era woman are you?"

Compassionate. Maternal. Devoted. Wife of Prince Hector, begged him not to fight so as not to leave her a widow.


Feb. 18th, 2005 09:48 pm
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short hair or long?

keep in mind that I'm going to do what I want anyway. *smooches*
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I have nothing new nor interesting to mention with the exception of my new glasses. which are really a pair of cheap $10 frames I picked up at Hot Topic ages ago and never bothered to put prescriptions in until now. Seeing is such a miraculous thing. One doesn't realize all the things one misses out on without the gift of sight. I thought I had it. But I was very very wrong. The world for me was sort of enigmatic and fuzzy round the edges. I missed out on so much detail and nuance of the seeing world. Though I think I understand how Monet felt when fitted with a pair of glasses. "If the world really looks like that I will paint no more!"

But I say Hallelujah for a prescription that actually matches my sight impairment. More at 11.
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What if the things in our heads aren't chemical at all... but just character flaws?
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1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal
along with these instructions.

Don't search around and look for the "coolest" book you can find. Do what's actually next to you

"But it's not just about bulging biceps." I'm not sure if that even qualifies, being an incomplete sentence... but there you have it.
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I have a special relationship with my magic 8-ball. It sits, in its quiet unassuming way, upon my desk. It does not glare or menace or wink or cajole. It simply waits. Its waiting is not full of promise or mystery or divine or evil purpose. It does not wait for me; it just is.

There are few rules, but they are essential.
1. Do not question the faith in the magic 8-ball.
2. Do not question the validity of the magic 8-ball's answers.
3. Do not ask calibration questions to ensure validity of previous or subsequent answers.

One might call this religion. I prefer to think of it as eccentric.

Am I a total nutjob?
It is decidedly so.
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Va-Va-Voom! You're inner Bombshell is Mae West.
You've definitly got a lot of wit, a lot of
smarts, and you know how to use people to your
advantage. Ever heard the phrase "doesn't
take any crap from anybody"? Well that's
you! Just like Mae you never want to settle
down, and can't imagine being with just one man
for the rest of your life. You don't care about
conventions and have no filter from your brain
to you mouth. Check out the movie "She
Done Him Wrong" to see your inner
bombshell in all her voluptuous glory!

Who is your inner bombshell?
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This is the day of my annual incrementation. Yes, you may all now throw presents at me..or underwear, etcetera.

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I hate it when I get random pain in my squiddlyspooge. I'm just sitting here minding my own business when out of nowhere *WHAM* *SQUISH* *EXPLODE*. Like the aliens in my belly are in rebellion. bleh
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You are Mackerelly!! You feel obligated to create
new words just to define yourself as
different... I mean diff-tacular. Just
remember... ORIGINAL doesn't necessarily mean

What Weight Watchers recipe card from 1974 are you?
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just wanted to share my lovely new icon ganked from someone who's too cool for their own good.
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suddenly feeling really exhausted. I hope I'm not coming down with something. because that would suck lots. m'kay
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