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niblik - what was the most defining moment of your life?

macmanchad - my GoGo Gadget Breasts, of course.

hottergirl01 - *blink* well, how do you THINK i felt? Actually, I was in denial for almost a year afterwards. It almost destroyed me.

oberon1972 - like most things, this changes with my mood. I'm a big mammal fan, though! Right now, I'm sort of partial to giraffes, kangaroos, and moogles. Unless i can just count BACCI!

greenminions - you know? i don't know. it's certainly not in my plans or desires, but plans change. the only answer i am able to give people right now is a sarcastic "accidents happen!" but for the most part, unless i go through a drastic life change that includes my personality, i don't think that i ever will, nor will want to. enough people are breeding without me adding to the mix. maybe i'll adopt?

pollytrance - i haven't heard you yet!!! i DO want to hear, i DO!!!

so_new - oooh, yes. i hated it the first time i tried it, because i couldn't handle the seaweed wrap. for the longest time, i would only eat the 'cheater rolls', i.e. the one with crab and cucumber. i steered away from the tuna and eel and everything else until the other week when i was at scrumbles and 0vary's, along with faetal. i learned the error of my ways and am now a believer.

njsharkman - ha. it's been so very long, i almost don't remember, though i know that i discovered i have an oral fetish.

dbaxdevilsfan - i think it's much like playing marbles, but with granite blocks instead. and brooms. but definitely like marbles on ice.

maladroitkat - whenever someone asks me that, i automatically think to about the time i was 4 or so. it was before brosely was born, and i remember in the spring, my mother would pick violets in the yard with me, and show me that i was 'boy crazy' because dandilions would turn my chin yellow. in the autumn, mom would rake the leaves for me and we would jump in them together. i spent the weekends with my father and his mother, which were wonderful as well (my dad spoiled me.) my grandmother died that year. about a year later, jess was born. it seemed like when mom had one child and it was just her and me, it was one-on-one attention, so... but when she had jess, all the attention went to him, and when he was old enough, we were always put together to play, instead of playing with the parents. (i wouldn't trade my brother for the world, though!)

dead_as_dreams - wow. i would tell him that i would act as a double agent and secretly get the people in paradise signed up for hell. i would conveniently refuse to return his calls after getting there.

pinkscotch - hee hee. nope, I'm quite single. I know, I know, hard to believe, as i'm almost 31 years old, living with my brother, no car, working retail. yup. i am teh hott. my last boyfriend was just over four years ago. he left me for a girl the teeth of a horse. (but i'm not bitter.) hell, i don't think i would even remember HOW to date, should the opportunity ever arise. anyone in the market for a 31 year old awkward gamer girl with Back? other things? hrm. one sibling. well, a lot of general info is in my user info. just finishing up my first quarter back in school after a 12 year absence, studying nursing (though i still have three YEARS of prereqs ahead of me before i can even APPLY to the nursing program.) any questions?

everlastinggoo - more than any human should, really.

jenniffer - hee hee, once i get time off + money, honey! i definitely plan on travelling more once i graduate and get a REAL job. especially the west coast, via a car!!! it will happen one day, i promise!!

pallas__athena - you know? i haven't really read too much out of the fantasy genre. i'm a big fantasy buff.

i forgot how wonderful singing to october project is for opening up the ol' vocal chords. mary fahl's voice is at that PERFECT point right between singing regular and falsetto for me, which i think is funny as her voice sounds so deep.

i've seen that life touches us with pain
and now we're strangers to ourselves...

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tefen
Feb. 24th, 2006 11:25 pm (UTC)
Holy cow that's a lot of prereqs. Have you considered medical assistant while continuing your studies.

For that matter, got a high school diploma? I know a certain dialysis company that's always looking for good people and trains.
aubkabob
Feb. 24th, 2006 11:34 pm (UTC)
yup, sure do have my hsd. i figured that i would get a lot of the smaller stuff out of the way, i.e. chemistry and medical terminology, and then start looking for a general jog in the medical field.

i just don't want to answer phones, lolz.
tefen
Feb. 24th, 2006 11:43 pm (UTC)
Nah, this would be sticking people with needles, monitoring blood pressure and temperature... stuff like that.

It couldn't hurt your resume and I believe the pay isn't terrible. Fairly flexible hours in that they open around 6am and depending on the unit close around 10pm or later. They run a couple shifts in that time. Saturdays too.

Uhm, they're looking for good people and they train them.... They're not actually looking for trains as my previous comment suggested. ;)
aubkabob
Feb. 25th, 2006 01:07 am (UTC)
hrm, maybe i WOULD like to check into it then! though the idea of dialisys scares me a bit... though i'm certain that by the time i would become a full on nurse, that i will have done my share of them and all..

i actually have a pretty decent resume, don't let my current retail work fool you. if nothing else, it shows i'm versatile (property managment, law firm, travel agent)...
tefen
Feb. 25th, 2006 01:18 am (UTC)
I meant the nursing resume.
jenniffer
Feb. 25th, 2006 01:28 am (UTC)
Weeeee!!!!!!!!one!!!oneoneoneoneexclimationpoint!!!!
inspectorjury
Feb. 25th, 2006 02:32 am (UTC)
I have quit doing these polls. Because I ask a question usually something banal as I don't wish to offend and then the answer comes out and I can't remember what I asked. LOL
aubkabob
Nov. 22nd, 2006 05:42 am (UTC)
especially when people like me take forever to answer them,wee!
hottergirl01
Feb. 25th, 2006 07:40 am (UTC)
almost...but not.
Same here. I dread the fact that I'll have to tell my future husband that I was fucked up from the get-go. I'm scared. No I'm not involved with anyone, but dammit. If it ever happens, I'd probably tell him from the beginning just so I won't get hurt too much. But, eh...did you want us to reply to the answers of our own questions or...?
aubkabob
Nov. 22nd, 2006 05:45 am (UTC)
Re: almost...but not.
i've wondered that myself. i was with someone earlier this year, though, and it wasn't even remotely traumatizing, though other than him, i haven't been able to handle anything even remotely close to that, yet. and granted, i knew him for something like four years before hand, but to the best of my knowledge, he never knew about my rape, or if he had read it in my journal, never treated me weirdly about it. it never went beyond that one night (in fact, i think i've only seen him in passing maybe twice since then, and this happened on new year's.), but i'm thankful for the experience, i guess. it helped me to realize that i wasn't broken forever.
niblik
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:00 pm (UTC)
There are no singular defining moments to my life - the entire life I have is a miraculous event that is beyond most people's wildest imaginations. I have finally gotten a camera in the last year or two to take pictures so that it will be believable. It used to only be believable to those on the experiences with me. Honestly, I think it is a rather boring life most of the time; but when it isn't, it becomes one of the most adventuresome things there are.

The current most defining moment has to be visiting White Sands & Arizona last week. Or Friday morning when the starbucks servers flirted with me (& almost embarassed me in front of a coworker).

You're a 31 year old awkward gamer girl with Back? What's an awkward gamer? Does that mean you are awkward at games? I'm old, what's "Back"?
aubkabob
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:03 pm (UTC)
hee hee, meaning that i'm almost 31, i like to play video games (hence, 'gamer girl') and am highly awkward in a lot of social aspects with people i don't know, and even MOREso awkward when it comes to dating, as i haven't done it in YEARS.

and 'Back' means i have... well.. a voluptuous bootay. i'm not GIANT, but have always carried a lot of weight in my ass and thighs.
niblik
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:07 pm (UTC)
Gaming?! What games? video games only?

Social aspects just take a lot of desensitization and practice. I know, I need to desensitize myself again.
aubkabob
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:10 pm (UTC)
mainly video games. occasionally (not often enough) we'll have 'game nights' where we invite some people over and play board games, card games, etc.

i've noticed that i'm socially a bit less awkward now that i've forced myself out of my comfort zone in order to go back to school. but when it comes to the opposite sex....

i'm still barely one step above shoving a folded note at someone with a request to check yes or no.
aubkabob
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:08 pm (UTC)
i was reading more of your user info (seems i discover new things each read through!) i am a VERY firm believer that there is no coincidence, as well. i believe that there is reasoning behind EVERYTHING, that everything happens for a reason and within its own time.

also, the leap of faith statement. the biggest decisions i have ever made in my life were made very quickly and taken with a GIANT leap of faith. my decision to leave home three months after i turned 18 took two weeks from a spontaneous decision at 4 in the morning over coffee at denny's and climbing on a bus. my decision to move from arizona to here was also two weeks from being completely fine with my life there and driving out of town, all my belongings stuffed in my jeep, leaving the eight YEARS i had built there behind. going back to school was much of the same thing.

and in each instance, i've come out of each of them SO much for the better of having done so.
niblik
Feb. 25th, 2006 10:13 pm (UTC)
That is the amazing thing that a lot of people never realize. I have watched some folks just get steam-rolled for their entire life and never take any leap of faith. If you take chances, you will get some reward out of it -- even if that is only desensitization :)
aubkabob
Nov. 22nd, 2006 05:48 am (UTC)
it's something that i have come to realize that i need to do more often: that i need to take risks, because without risk, there's no gain. my psychology classes have helped me realize how much my upbringing has hindered me, but i've also been one to not believe in making excuses or to allow my past to swallow me.

though it's difficult and i'm definitely on a learning curve.
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