Hmm... in that case, two questions.I walked those dark roads for a season several years ago, yes. Left me with anger issues and a sincere respect for the humble retail worker.I thought you worked at Walmart. Is that correct?
Also a hatred of pants.
I'd eat them...but I'm not a huge fan of chocolate. I just want it occasionally.I made them with candied and ground ginger in them. They were really good.
Chewy chocolate chocolate chunk cookies?
I liked it more. Still not as much as I did the first one, though.Hmm, how about this one?
I've had a kilt for years...I stopped wearing it for some reason. I think it's because it's solid black, in the Irish style, and it just felt too much like wearing a skirt.Hmm... in that case, two questions.
Have you decided to switch to the manly kilt, then?
Also, any advice for entering the workforce as a Walmart grunt? I start on Tuesday.
I'm exploring freely at the moment. I went a different path on normal. But I'm also enjoying the game a hair more, since so much of it is exploration, and exploration is a pain on Survival. XD Finding all kinds of fun and crazy stuff (and a sweet world I renamed Eden, since it's stupid beautiful, and aside from a couple of angry crabs, all the life is harmless).Yeah things are much different on Normal mode. I couldn't even play Survival.
As for the Atlas path, I think it's the only path with an actual story and it's really cool!
(PS2 Perks are upgraded jumpjets (or invis, etc.) longer sprints, negated fall damage, and more.)
I just found out that my ChicFilA exclusively might get mac-n-cheese... So excited.
Have you ever worked in fast food?
I'm not sure what that is. If it is a giant rampaging cookie...well, that seems easy enough to solve. Especially if you have access to a bunch of children or teenagers.Monster cookies?
That one I actually enjoyed.Hows abouts this one?
I love origami. I picked it up again recently after a break of a few years. Thankfully, I haven't forgotten much and am working on some of the more complex models again. I've found that it is very relaxing, so maybe I won't be as stressed this semester? Don't know if that's how it works... *shrugs*I have used origami for many things; birthday presents, bouquets, earrings, and my sisters wedding.Cold Winter Sun sounds pretty good. Here it is if you want to give it a listen:
To which--the last one--I always feel like falling to my knees and shouting "NEVER AGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIN!" to the heavens whenever it comes up. O_o
But I like the craft. XD I haven't done it in awhile.
Also, I quite liked that. They've changed their sound enough to differentiate, but not so much that I want to cry. XD
Blessedly, I have plenty of time to write at the moment...but I have trouble finding time to write where I want to, or when I feel like it. I know sometimes you just have to get over it and write, and I do...but the end product is rarely as good, and I don't seem to get as much done. Sometimes, I even have to just delete it, or save it in another file and pull the good bits later. So in the end, save perhaps as an exercise in discipline, I'm not sure it's really worth it?I'm personally leaning towards the Violin, but I also know many people who play Cello, so...
Finding time to write is hard?
Don't have many thoughts on her, actually. She's one of the few people in hollywood who hasn't let old age change them very much, so I appreciate her for that.Betty White?
That's cool. ^_^ Origami never relaxed me, but it was a way to keep my hands busy. Stop the fidgits. Then I had to fold 800 or so flowers in four designs, and never picked it up afterwards. XDI love origami. I picked it up again recently after a break of a few years. Thankfully, I haven't forgotten much and am working on some of the more complex models again. I've found that it is very relaxing, so maybe I won't be as stressed this semester? Don't know if that's how it works... *shrugs*
Ever have those days where you spill everything, but then you're just fine every other day?
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