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    See Right Through Me Bubbles's Avatar
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    Jodi Picoult ATM. (But not all of her stuff.)

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    4w3, IEI, so/sx/sp, female, and Cancer sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    Favorite prose writer?
    Rushdie

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    Least favorite book?
    The Handmaid's Tale....Atwood is on some next level of whack.

    Which sense would you rather lose? Touch or sight?

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    sight. It seems like i'm half-blind anyway.
    Most memorable tactile sensation you've had?

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    Either drinking a perfectly chilled glass of water when I was far too hot and feeling like a fountain of pure coolness and energy - or someone gently stroking a finger down my lower back, which manages to make me shiver every single time.

    Same question, as I liked it.

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    Hanging out next to a lake while on psilocybin mushrooms, and feeling the grass and trees and water while zooming in and viewing the intricacies of all these things. Then I remember a sober friend ruined it by jumping in the water and screaming.

    Most memorable visual sensation you've had?

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    I hiked to the tip-op of Larch Mountain, where there is a viewing platform, and a large rocky outcropping off to the side. There are tall trees leading up to the point, which slightly block the full possible 360 degrees of view. So I climbed over the fence, up the outcropping, and crouched on the highest zenith of space for miles.

    It was one in the morning, the middle of winter, with clear skies and a full moon. This was why I'd come in the first place - I took a chance on the weather, and it paid off. I could see everything: the snowcap of Mt. Hood and Mount St. Helens, Portland, Vancouver, the cliffs in the Gorge, the glitter of the Columbia River... it was crisp, clear, windy, perfect. The moon lit up the sky as if brighter than the sun, there were stars blanketing the sky, my breath hung in the air like a fog...

    Thank you for making me remember that.

    What is one thing you wish you were noticed for more? (Mental, physical or otherwise.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentium View Post
    I hiked to the tip-op of Larch Mountain, where there is a viewing platform, and a large rocky outcropping off to the side. There are tall trees leading up to the point, which slightly block the full possible 360 degrees of view. So I climbed over the fence, up the outcropping, and crouched on the highest zenith of space for miles.

    It was one in the morning, the middle of winter, with clear skies and a full moon. This was why I'd come in the first place - I took a chance on the weather, and it paid off. I could see everything: the snowcap of Mt. Hood and Mount St. Helens, Portland, Vancouver, the cliffs in the Gorge, the glitter of the Columbia River... it was crisp, clear, windy, perfect. The moon lit up the sky as if brighter than the sun, there were stars blanketing the sky, my breath hung in the air like a fog...

    Thank you for making me remember that.

    What is one thing you wish you were noticed for more? (Mental, physical or otherwise.)
    My silliness. Because I have strong opinions, people often assume I'm more serious than I am.

    What is the one thing you wish people noticed less about you?

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    Male pattern baldness

    What is one thing a person in general would wish other people didn't notice about them?
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Insecurities.

    One character trait that annoys you?
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebell View Post
    Insecurities.

    One character trait that annoys you?
    brown nosing.

    Trait you admire?

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