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Last Login: 11/27/2021 9:47 am

Registered: 12/14/2006

Gender: Female

Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

Birthday: 11/29

Occupation: Fresh Overnight Stocker

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Name: Lindsay
Height: 64.75"
Female
Age: 38.5
Birthday: November 29
Grade: College Senior
Languages: English and Francais; some Brasilian Portugues (now learning); learning 日本語 (Nihongo)(advanced beginner/beginning intermediate/JLPT4-3)
American in America
Piercings: none
(I tried to get my ears pierced throughout my life seven times. They just close up, even if I leave posts in for a really, really long time.)
Music: most forms, favorite is R&B
Singing: classical, jazz, Broadway (classic and more recent)
Style: unique and vintage
Likes: anime, animals, favorites are dogs, wild cats, and giraffes
Video games: The Sims, FF, WoW, Gaia (Word Bump, zOMG!, Lake Kindred)
Very favorite anime so far: There are so many; love always Miyazaki-sama films.

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lcePrincess_420 Report | 11/02/2021 8:23 am
lcePrincess_420
awwuh and on this one as well! xd emotion_bigheart
IcePrincess_123 Report | 10/27/2021 1:05 pm
IcePrincess_123
dawwuh, ty for the fave emotion_bigheart
jennivieve Report | 10/24/2021 3:30 pm
jennivieve
Thanks for the fave!
Really Smooth Report | 10/16/2021 6:31 am
Really Smooth
You’re cool. heart
Tutorial is Too Hard Report | 10/16/2021 3:12 am
Tutorial is Too Hard
hello, i love you avi too heart
jennivieve Report | 09/28/2021 10:40 am
jennivieve
Thanks for the fave!
fn pig Report | 08/16/2021 3:55 pm
fn pig
Your Avi is gorgeous! c:
CooWings Report | 08/06/2021 8:32 pm
CooWings
I moved our conversations to PM as my responses are getting way too long for the profile comment section to handle ninja
So sorry and feel free to completely delete my uncouth spamming of your profile comment section.
CooWings Report | 08/06/2021 8:24 pm
CooWings
I'm glad you enjoyed my responses. I tend to take a while to reply back, as I like to have my responses structured and thought-out but this one's a bit late than usual, so I do apologize.

I originally had wanted to reply on Thursday, but I've been having a dull headache all day; same gig on Friday. It's Saturday morning now and I don't feel any throb so here I am :whee:

Hmmm I really like the friendship and growing-pains presented in most, if not all, of sports-based animes. Granted I read manga way more often than I do watch anime, BUT the same preference applies. I can be found crying (in extreme feels/emotion) where good/sound character development is concerned. I love Eyeshield 21 (about American football) and have honestly sat down and reread it close to 30 times and each time I've found new things for me to cry about. I also like the "new Shounen" stories like Chainsaw Man and Jujutsu Kaisen; they both have fighting elements in them, laced with confusion, self-realization journeys and as you guessed it, growing-pains. I often tell people I like shows/movies that hurts? I guess it just feels more real that way?

Cooking can be fun too. I was really into Yakitate! Japan (about bread-making) and it was SO good, but I admit it kinda went overboard towards the ending. Are you familiar with Shokugeki? I think it'll fit right up your alley. Another one surrounding cooking that I have found to be enjoyable are titles such as Delicious in Dungeon, and Tondemo Skill de Isekai Hourou Meshi. The first relates to delicious gourmet food made from resources in a dungeon (think snakes, rats, dragons) and the latter relates to a journey in another world (commonly known as 'Isekai') whereby the main protagonist cooks up mouth-watering food that can actually give status buffs (+Atk +HP +Res) to whoever consumes it. Both are funny and features cooking as a main component/plot driver of the stories. I have seen a few episodes of "Chobits", though I've never really gone into it. Thinking about it, I do think I tend to avoid manga/anime with dolls in it...unless it's horror. I mean, so much things can happen where a doll is concerned in such a setting, it's hard to pass up :ninja:

Have you done any ballet, growing up? I have immense respect for ballerinas; the pose they hold as they dance is nothing short of master-level difficult. I'm not an opera-person, but what do you personally like about them? When it comes to dancing, I'm definitely the type to shy away, though it's more out of me knowing that I am but a stick...it's like "No, I am terrible at dancing so let me save your eyes from ever having to unsee what you can't unsee" kind of thing :lol:
That said, I have, in the past, danced in a group for social activities at work, and had fun doing so. I'm the kind of person who would do things she normally wouldn't, so long as it's for business :ninja:
I can deeply relate to your being more practical and exacting in person, but free-spirited regardless. I've actually thought of myself in a similar fashion, though the words I use would be "floater", as in I float closer towards anything I like between some lines of my own principle, like a ball of spirit that floats about two lines above and below.

You're welcome. She most definitely is. I'm attracted to how beautifully her body moves as she execute those dance steps. That song and the dance is just beauty combined. I love it :3nod:

I do. There are 7 of us, and I am the youngest of 5 siblings. I used to be "the rebel" amongst the litter, and my mom can vouch for the growing-pains she had had to endure as she raised me xD
I sincerely do apologize to whoever that had had to deal with teenager-me. It must have been horrible for many reasons :XD
What about you? How many are there in your family?

Thank you! I most definitely am. I find myself mulling over how they even turned, and amusing myself with random but not necessarily well-informed theories. That's one part of the fun
CooWings Report | 08/06/2021 8:23 pm
CooWings
I'm glad you enjoyed my responses. I tend to take a while to reply back, as I like to have my responses structured and thought-out but this one's a bit late than usual, so I do apologize.

I originally had wanted to reply on Thursday, but I've been having a dull headache all day; same gig on Friday. It's Saturday morning now and I don't feel any throb so here I am :whee:

Hmmm I really like the friendship and growing-pains presented in most, if not all, of sports-based animes. Granted I read manga way more often than I do watch anime, BUT the same preference applies. I can be found crying (in extreme feels/emotion) where good/sound character development is concerned. I love Eyeshield 21 (about American football) and have honestly sat down and reread it close to 30 times and each time I've found new things for me to cry about. I also like the "new Shounen" stories like Chainsaw Man and Jujutsu Kaisen; they both have fighting elements in them, laced with confusion, self-realization journeys and as you guessed it, growing-pains. I often tell people I like shows/movies that hurts? I guess it just feels more real that way?

Cooking can be fun too. I was really into Yakitate! Japan (about bread-making) and it was SO good, but I admit it kinda went overboard towards the ending. Are you familiar with Shokugeki? I think it'll fit right up your alley. Another one surrounding cooking that I have found to be enjoyable are titles such as Delicious in Dungeon, and Tondemo Skill de Isekai Hourou Meshi. The first relates to delicious gourmet food made from resources in a dungeon (think snakes, rats, dragons) and the latter relates to a journey in another world (commonly known as 'Isekai') whereby the main protagonist cooks up mouth-watering food that can actually give status buffs (+Atk +HP +Res) to whoever consumes it. Both are funny and features cooking as a main component/plot driver of the stories. I have seen a few episodes of "Chobits", though I've never really gone into it. Thinking about it, I do think I tend to avoid manga/anime with dolls in it...unless it's horror. I mean, so much things can happen where a doll is concerned in such a setting, it's hard to pass up :ninja:

Have you done any ballet, growing up? I have immense respect for ballerinas; the pose they hold as they dance is nothing short of master-level difficult. I'm not an opera-person, but what do you personally like about them? When it comes to dancing, I'm definitely the type to shy away, though it's more out of me knowing that I am but a stick...it's like "No, I am terrible at dancing so let me save your eyes from ever having to unsee what you can't unsee" kind of thing :lol:
That said, I have, in the past, danced in a group for social activities at work, and had fun doing so. I'm the kind of person who would do things she normally wouldn't, so long as it's for business :ninja:
I can deeply relate to your being more practical and exacting in person, but free-spirited regardless. I've actually thought of myself in a similar fashion, though the words I use would be "floater", as in I float closer towards anything I like between some lines of my own principle, like a ball of spirit that floats about two lines above and below.

You're welcome. She most definitely is. I'm attracted to how beautifully her body moves as she execute those dance steps. That song and the dance is just beauty combined. I love it :3nod:

I do. There are 7 of us, and I am the youngest of 5 siblings. I used to be "the rebel" amongst the litter, and my mom can vouch for the growing-pains she had had to endure as she raised me xD
I sincerely do apologize to whoever that had had to deal with teenager-me. It must have been horrible for many reasons :XD
What about you? How many are there in your family?

Thank you! I most definitely am. I find myself mulling over how they even turned, and amusing myself with random but not necessarily well-informed theories. That's one part of the fun