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lexinonomous

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  1. I am a sucker for the winter time. I love the cold weather. It's such an awesome change, when you're going from 115 degrees to 50-60 degrees. With winter time comes the holiday season. This is my favorite time of the year because it's the only time of the year that people seem to get along. I notice people being kinder in public settings. The music is blaring in every store and everything is decorated accordingly. There is just something awesome about winter- everything feels completely different. I'm also looking forward to the fall season. Halloween cannot come soon enough!
  2. My very first phone was a basic brick. I had one game on the phone, which was snake. I remember being so excited to be able to text my cousin. I believe I was eleven years old and honestly, I had no reason to have a cellphone. I remember my phone being prepaid and I was only allowed to call my mother in case of emergencies. I wasn't aloud to text my friends, but I did anyways (of course.) One of the worst things I did was run the phone bill up a couple thousand dollars by calling Canada. I had a thing for calling people online and had not a care in the world that it would cost money. My prepaid phone didn't last very long. My mother ended up getting me onto her verizon account in order to avoid texting charges.
  3. Sadly, I have never worked a normal job. I have never been hired through a job interview. Interviews always made me feel scared and I'd find myself more nervous as time went on. I began to avoid interviews like the plague. As much as I wanted to make money, I didn't want it enough to go through the interview process. I decided to create my own business on Etsy and did fairly well for a while. Nowadays, I am enrolled in school. I am taking cosmetology classes and am looking to get my license to become an esthetician. It has helped my social skills immensely.
  4. I really like your approach. A break up is never planned and when you label it a "break up," it sounds so much uglier than it is. A friend of mine went through a break up recently and met his boyfriend for coffee. The first thing out of his mouth was "I want you to know that you're perfect and amazing, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with you." He made sure his boyfriend knew that he was a great person, but they just weren't great for each other. He broke his heart, but at the same time, I think it gave him another perspective. It's hard to dislike someone when they're being honest and kind hearted.
  5. A classmate of mine mentioned this show to me. She kept telling me that I remind her of Amethyst, which is the purple chubby character (I think.) She told me that they cover a lot of awesome topics, but keep it at an easy level to watch. I like the idea of watching a cartoon that covers interesting topics, but still remains entertaining. You gave such an awesome description of the show. I've been interested in watching it since earlier this year, but haven't gotten around to it. Your summary of the content made me want to give it a chance. I'm hoping it's available on Netflix!!
  6. Most of us have been there. Things are heading south and they're heading there fast. Things don't feel the same anymore. Instead of happiness, you feel dread. You may not even hate the person, but you definitely don't want to be around them anymore. You begin to dread the idea of leaving them because you know that your life is about to take a drastic turn. It might not even take a turn, but your life is going to change a bit- especially if the relationship is long term. There is just no way to break up with a person without having some sort of issue afterward. Breaking up with a person is hard. Even if the person isn't very kind, it's still hard to make the choice to let go. Sometimes, it might even feel as if you have no choice but to stay. What do you think is the best way to break up with someone? Have you ever been dumped and enjoyed the outcome?
  7. I am a pretty big fan of music in general. I love all sorts of music, but one of the genres that has never appealed to me is EDM. Although I do enjoy a few songs, the music feels overplayed and repetitive. Majority of the songs I've heard have the same BPM and I can't tell the difference between one song and the next. The rave culture that comes with EDM drives me insane, though I don't care what people do with their lives. I can't imagine going to a music festival and enjoying myself. It just looks like chaos to me. Country music is another genre that doesn't do anything for me. I love the popular country music from my childhood, but modern country doesn't sound as great to me. The only country I could get into is pop/country.
  8. When reading a book, many readers enjoy the idea of seeing the words acted out on a big screen. Many movies that are released today are inspired by the books we read. It's been a long, long time since I last saw a movie that wasn't at least inspired by a book, rather than mimicking the book. Watching the books I love come to life has been a hobby of mine for years. I have fond memories of seeing Harry Potter premiere in theaters. I believe that was the first time I felt the magic of film. Do you enjoy seeing books come to the big screen? What is your favorite book to movie adaptation?
  9. My favorite television series is and always will be queer as folk. Not only did I enjoy the storyline, but I loved that they took real life situations and dramatized them just enough for them to still be realistic. The characters in that show have stuck with me over the years and have continued to teach me a lot about the realities of being queer. I have yet to watch a series that really tackles the issues in the LGBTQ community, like queer as folk does. One of my other favorite television shows is Once Upon A Time. The series was nothing like I thought it was going to be. It has a lot of good character development and takes childhood favorites to a whole new level.
  10. Honestly, this is something I've never thought about. It really wouldn't surprise me if this had something to do with men dominating sports. There isn't a sport that I can think of that women really dominate. I think that women are fully capable of being talented and really becoming good at their craft, but sadly it is more common to see a man playing really well. The only time that I see women as the center of attention in the sports categories is when I'm watching the Olympics. It usually takes a woman doing something extremely well in order to be noticed. Sadly, there is a stigma when it comes to women being "terrible" at physical activities.
  11. I don't enjoy gender roles in any relationship, really. We were all raised differently and have been given a chance to form our own opinions. There are men that fit the typical role of a woman and women that fit the typical role of a man. I believe that the roles we play in relationships should not match up to what is expected of our gender. I would rather the person I'm with play whatever role suits them. When it comes to dating women, I find that being myself is the best option. The second I try to alter myself into a certain gender is the second I start to see problems form.
  12. If I was given the choice to only wear one makeup item, I think I'd have to go with a tinted BB cream, as well. The first thing that came to my head was foundation. I would want the confidence booster that covering my skin does. I feel like foundation would be terrible if I were not able to add anything to enhance the colors, etc. I would much rather have some sort of tinted moisturizer. It would allow me to have some light coverage and not feel so heavy throughout the day.
  13. Although some women would hate to admit it, facial hair is very common amongst women. There are more and more women admitting that they experience facial hair. This is bringing huge business to salons offering different methods of hair removal. Whether it's threading, waxing, shaving, or chemical removal- there are tons of ways to remove facial hair, effectively. Every woman is different- making different methods work for different people. Not every method of facial hair removal is going to work the same. Do you experience facial hair? How do you deal with it? Do you remove the hair?
  14. I was taught to shave my legs and armpits as a young teenager. I remember my mother buying me my first razor. She taught me how to shave my legs and I had a go at it. I remember going insane on my arms, shaving anything and everything I could. Personally, I enjoyed not having body hair. I dislike the idea of armpit hair. Leg hair doesn't bother me as much as it used to. I find it easier to have hairy legs, but will shave them if they're going to be exposed. Body hair doesn't necessarily gross me out, but it doesn't make me exceptionally happy either.
  15. I love makeup and really love the way it makes me feel about myself. I don't particularly dislike myself, but makeup definitely helps me confidence. It's a great outlet to allow me to be artistic and fun. I started to use makeup around the age of eleven. I wore nothing but black eyeliner and mac powder foundation. It was a mess and looked absolutely terrible. At the time, I thought it was the coolest thing in the world. Nowadays I wear makeup on a regular basis. If I don't have any sort of exams that involve my face at school, I will do my makeup every day.