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    I should actually be doing work. But then work required me writing an article on personality types/clashes in the workplace and I remembered this place existed. heh.

    Hello!

    I guess I'm feeling like a bad girl for putting play first.
    a little less conversation, a little more action please
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    Life and the universe is full of surprises. It's really random too. As soon as I think that something is predictable, a curve ball is thrown to show me otherwise. It keeps life exciting for me and I stay on my toes. I guess a positive side effect of that is that I never get bored.

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    Why does EVERYTHING get covered with dust??? Ugh. Dust is the bane of my existence. It never ends. It's like an incurable viral infection that doesn't kill you but nags at you for life.

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    I'm feeling a bit fat. McDonalds was not a good choice for breakfast.
    a little less conversation, a little more action please
    . captain's blog.

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    Woozy. Ate something that didn't quite settle with me. Headache and the poops, fortunately the nausea has stopped
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    I really admire creative thinking. Creative thinking is imaginative, open-minded and not constricted. It's sensible and logical and it doesn't make you feel boxed in. There is room for growth or change. It's not manipulative or rigid. It's comfortable and I trust it.

    I don't admire analyzing. I'm sure analyzing has it's place and usefulness but analyzing is not something I admire. It's cold, unimaginative, constricting, boring and just... suffocating.

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    I can't get enough of Rumi poetry.

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    Nervous. First test in my Kung-fu class. Eeeeep!
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    There's this girl at my school who I speak with every so often when I see her. She always gives me "the eye". This is a clear and unmistakable sign. I'm convinced that women give more clear signals that they're romantically/sexually interested in me than men do. Or they're more direct and assertive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    There's this girl at my school who I speak with every so often when I see her. She always gives me "the eye". This is a clear and unmistakable sign. I'm convinced that women give more clear signals that they're romantically/sexually interested in me than men do. Or they're more direct and assertive.
    That's hot

    ETA: *ahem* My goofing around aside...my experience has been the reverse, but my female roommates have the same opinion as you. They gripe to me all the time about how men never take the initiative and never hit on them.
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