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1) Make a list of fifteen characters first, and keep it to yourself for the moment. (That way you're not leading the questions asked to fit the characters.)
2) Ask your flist to post questions in the comments.
'One, Nine, Fifteen and Three are chosen by a prophecy to save the world from Four. Do they succeed?'
'Under what circumstances might Five and Seven fall in love?'
'Which character on the list would you most want on your side in a zombie invasion?'
Also, everyone should enjoy The Saga of Commander Dumbass (to be read from the bottom up), as linked to me by Rosalind.
ETA: I love crazy people.
Give me a character from any fandom I know at least fairly well, and I will tell you:
A) My OTP
B) The runner up
C) The anti-ship
D) My unpopular fannish opinion on said character
E) One person he/she never fell in love with, and why
Fandoms: Marvel, FFVII, PMK, Count Cain/God Child, whatever else seems appropriate
I might post some music via meme soon, if I get the chance/people are interested.
Still left to do:
[ ] Tagore/Woolf paper (5 pages)
[ ] Marx/DuBois paper rewrite (3 pages)
[ ] Edit German personal essay
[ ] Finish German paper (4 pages)
[ ] Animal Behavior paper (10-20 pages)
[ ] Study for Animal Behavior exam
~22-32 pages of writing + 1 exam, 5 days. Doable...?
In my Animal Behavior paper, should I refer to the frogs as A and B, or Cthulhu and Doctor Strange?
"Here’s a chance for a little interactivity for all the bloggers out there. Below is a list of 100 things that I think every good omnivore should have tried at least once in their life. The list includes fine food, strange food, everyday food and even some pretty bad food – but a good omnivore should really try it all. Don’t worry if you haven’t, mind you; neither have I, though I’ll be sure to work on it. Don’t worry if you don’t recognise everything in the hundred, either; Wikipedia has the answers."
1) Copy this list into your blog or journal, including these instructions.
2) Bold all the items you’ve eaten.
3) Cross out any items that you would never consider eating.
4) Optional extra: Post a comment here at www.verygoodtaste.co.uk linking to your results.
Let's see, that's... 51/100. Just over half!
I am proud to say there is no food that, prepared correctly, I would not try once. I think. You had better be damn careful about the roadkill, though.
Well, now I'm hungry.
Giving serious consideration to transferring to art school. Lately creative things are the only ones that give me any sense of accomplishment.
Update: I think I just re-made an internet/Bard/high school/comic book friend, though. :D She is responsible for this icon. Thank you, Shana. You are a winner.
On the plus side, this is so far the most blissful vacation this year. Thanksgiving and Intersession both pretty much sucked balls.
I am going to be making myself a pair of 18th-century stays i.e. a corset. I'm not totally sure what color or pattern to use... it looks like most of the actual period ones were plan color with accents (example), so I'll probably go with that, even though my pattern isn't totally accurate. I found this gorgeous dupioni in Home Dec at Jo-Ann today... it was like 20 bucks a yard. I still kind of want to make a dress out of it D:
Bought some embroidery floss and silk flowers to get my craftin' on.
I bought a little baby doll and painted him mostly green, but I'm not totally satisfied with the color or texture, really. I should probably get some spray paint to make it smooth... airbrushing would be ideal, but obviously I don't have an airbrush.
I also have to the church in the dead of night at some point this week... to Make the Change. Or just tuck Alien Baby Jesus in there with his twin, either way.
Actually, right now, that phrase is strangely apropos. Whichever circle involves not eating or sleeping but only lying on the couch trying not to yell. This is why I need better drugs.
sorry, I had some stuff to actually say, but I can't write any more. goodbyeeeeee