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Hi! Welcome to my profile, you can call me Izzy or just Irish. I have been on this site since I was in high school and I find it a nice place to bring out my creativity. I have made a lot of roleplays, some of them are duds, some of them died on cliffhangers, and one actually lasted for a very long time to a point where there were two sequels to it, and a recreation of it. Anyways I am a college student now working at Taco Time. It's just a temporary job though since I plan to move to Arizona once I get my Associates Degree. Which is probably a long way ahead of me but still. I still live with my parents which is a bummer but I don't make enough to actually provide for myself in an apartment.

What do I do at Taco Time? It's surprising that no one asks me that but I'll tell you anyways. I am the person that's making all the taco shells, salad bowls, tortilla chips, those delicious cinnamon crustos. I am also dicing up the tomatoes and making salsa. It's a very stressful job in its own way, especially when you have incompetent Assistant Managers who like to single you out and give you a workload that you cannot possibly finish before eleven and then end up helping them with just their morning jobs when it's practically just four things. It's really, really irritating.

Now my future; I did want to become an English Teacher but considering what I really want to do, it wouldn't have worked out. What I really want to do is become a writer, I don't mind if I'm not too successful but just enough would be just fine by me. So to actually become the writer I want to be I can't get stuck grading papers of idiot high school students who don't even know where quotation marks go in a sentence. Please laugh at that since it actually happened one time in one of my classes when I was in high school. It was just ridiculous. So I have chosen the profession of becoming a Librarian! That way I am surrounded by silence, books, and I don't have to go home and grade papers. The only problem is that I am going to have to move to Arizona to actually go through the program, but that's okay! I can do this!

My Losing to Disneyland blog is up and running on this site for those that have been reading my stuff. I hope that you will comment encouraging words and refrain from snide comments.


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Olabisi Jana

Report | 04/21/2015 12:18 pm

Olabisi Jana

Ever wanted to know what it was like to be stranded on an island with a bunch of other people?

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Glasynys is a role play for just that. Come on over, I've got a seat right by the fire just for you. Grab a coconut, or an orange. There're grown locally, right on the island.

Click the pic.

Have a seat.

Have some fun,

I'd love to have you.

Play the role.

--Olabisi Jana and the Glasynysians.

(If you've already gotten this, sorry)

Report | 11/15/2011 9:32 am


Long time no see ma'am

Report | 11/13/2011 7:41 pm


can i join ur roleplay? surprised
Davey Word Hunter

Report | 09/08/2011 9:49 am

Davey Word Hunter

Your status mentions a new roleplay, but it doesn't say where it's at. I'm a literate roleplayer and I would like to take a look at yours. 3nodding

Report | 07/27/2011 3:24 pm


Hello, love your profile. c:

(Random comment, yes.)

Report | 02/05/2011 4:37 pm



Report | 12/04/2010 6:24 pm


Ahh, I see. Hope your RP's go well. And I hope you're able to finish that book you're working on.

(Yes, I've been stalking through your journals ninja )

Anyways, it's good hearing from ya.

Report | 12/03/2010 5:57 pm


We need to get back together and RP
Miss those days

Report | 12/01/2010 8:52 pm


I'm doing fine. Just enjoying bacon, and I don't care what you say about them razz . It's been a while since that Kingdoms RP. Hope no one's still mad about me leaving :/

Report | 12/01/2010 5:59 pm


I'm alive, no complaints
How are you Irish?


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