Unfortunately I don't know how to 'really' RP just yet, but I would love to play along.
If you want to invite me to a 1x1 or a simple RP, I'd like that.
Just so you know, I tip people a lot!
I'm either replying to your post (without quoting,) or I'm thanking you for your post.
So, thank you~!
~ Real information about me: ~ - I'm a girl, and I use a guy avatar.
- Age: 28, and my birthday is January 22nd.
- Location: Indiana, in the U. S. A.
Hobbies: - Listening to a wide variety of music, but mostly 80's rock.
- Drawing pictures and writing nonsensical junk in my spare time. (My DA: http://tinyurl.com/lpdrjk3 - Reading books and watching television every now and then.
- Learning different foreign languages: French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish.
Dislikes: - Vegetables! *grabs them and tosses them back at you*
- Pushy, opinionated people who boss others around.
- Things the color of pink, mainly. Pink, orange, yellow, red, tan, brown.
- Glitter, frills, ruffles, girly things.
I've been captured!
[In memory of my friend and coworker, 'Mikey' T.] Thanks, Houkito, for creating my first Capsule.
Yeah... My younger sister also had to repeat the 4th grade at the same time and the reason we are given is how we missed one semester due to the bullcrap my dad pulled off that made finding another form of education difficult. What happened is that he would not allow any of us to attend public school and the only schools we can go to must have religion in their curriculum. There was talk about my older siblings going to another town for tutoring and I remember begging my mom to join in because I was getting sick and tired of how I was being treated and I was having some bullying problems. A while after all of my siblings moved to tutoring, my dad started to lie about my mom. A common one is how she abuses us and how she starves us to the point where he has to put food in the mailbox for us to eat (he never did this, btw). The tutors decided to kick my siblings and me out. My mom's friend caught my dad claiming that we can finally go to public school, so we were enrolled immediately. All of that did happen, but I feel that the reason is a bit more. My younger sister and I had been badly bullied and we lacked social skills. To top it off, my younger brother got to move on and now he's much better off than I am right now. He has jobs he kept for more than 3 months, could afford a smartphone plan plus a car and its insurance, and generally has a much better life than we do. If I moved on and so did she, I could've been in a position where we could be better off. All we have is each other now and I want to do my best to have fun with each other whenever we can because I'm the only person in her life that is not only a relative, but the bestest friend she could ever have.
Ohh dang... Maybe the parents weren't involved, which may be the most important thing about homeschooling. Heck; when I had to do the previously mentioned tutoring, I really didn't do my homework and just wanted to play. Strict homework hours, no help at all, no reward for accomplishing hard tasks, and punishment is not how to do it...
My eyes sting when water is splashed onto them as well and I thought it was just either some quirk only I would have or something in the water that does it. In that case, don't you cringe in pain when you see a character in any media have the ability to swim in the water with their eyes open without protection?
PE classes have just been these games that make me confused, anxious, and just lowers my esteem each time. Thank goodness the PE teacher lets me walk the track by myself sometimes. Thank Nintendo and Gamefreak for their pedometers (3DS and the PokeWalker respectively).
She never gets a good grade in the class anyways, so you can say that it kind of works out that way.
I tested the black paint and it gets soaked into the fabric boldly. The fabric medium is supposed to allow regular acrylic paints to do the same thing as well. I'll have to see about that, though. All I need it to do is survive a wash and dry cycle like the black paint did.
Tripp pants? Ohh I want a closet of clothes like that so badly. Black and vivid colors! Don't forget about stripes, too!
My mother is doing much better, thank you! And shucks, I do what I can. whee
A trashed room is expected when you've just moved in. No biggy! =D
Oh ouch!! Don't you just hate that? Especially when you try so hard to be careful. >_< That darn brain. D=
I just saw on an advertisement not too long ago where there was this glove you can wear that'll protect you from hurting yourself.
I just watched the guy slam a hammer onto his fingered gloves over and over, like. =O Impossible!! You should look into that. XD
I can not believe this year is more than half way over! I'm already looking forward to Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas! OuO SO exciting.
Gaaah, all the hugs!! XD
I believe it was a ryukin and the other was maybe a Shubunkin. It is a very wise choice of you to check the fish compatibility before buying them . That's very unfortunate about the dead fishiessad I remember when we were younger and got some common goldfish ; my brother let his friends come over one time and they raised the heat of the tank and they went bye bye burning_eyes
And yeah my work shifts are all over the place , despite weather etc
I can never trust public schools after going through it for 13 years (I had to repeat 5th grade). In fact, I regret not switching to homeschooling when I was offered it because I was left mentally crippled from the harsh reminders that I was different from the rest. Nowadays, it is much more affordable and available thanks to programs made for computers and online classes being made available for K-12 pupils. If I had kids and I had no choice but to raise them where I live, I would rather spend more to get said educational materials for them instead of having them attend this school district. Also, I would find a way to hook up with other homeschooling families to arrange social activities like scavenger hunts for the kids.
Dang... I really don't like having water on my face at all from being in one of those swimming lessons where I was dropped into a pool and then from nearly drowning at a pool party, so I avoid the deep end of the pool as well.
She's far away from the fire, so she is safe.
(IDK. It's a word I recently learned while playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf.)
Not my PE class, NOPE! My PE class taught me about how weak I really am. I can never pass the standards for my female sex, it gave me a negative body image every now and then, and it lowered my already low self-esteem because I was always picked last for teams. I always tell people that I would have got an honor's degree if I never had to take the class. Ever.
(Ohh I vividly remember how this whiny girl who never really dresses down for the class always gets picked way before I do just because she's a barbie doll girl.) I'm gonna do to the best of my ability to fix that sports over appreciation problem. It's more harmful than good, tbh.
I wasn't provided normal cardboard, so my pants were very uneven. The spray dye was very watery, so the drops that rolled around went under the masking tape and left spots on the areas that were meant to be protected from the process. I do have a solution and that is to paint the pants with acrylic paints. My black is made for multi-surface painting, but my lime green has to be mixed with a fabric medium.