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No worries, sometimes I'm not really sure whether I've got the hang of it either, so I try to avoid it.I don't think I'll ever use the word "irony" correctly. I've received multiple definitions and multiple admonishments for using it according to said definitions.
Generally casual but I do enjoy dressing up at the appropriate times. You know the ladies love a sharp dressed man.Casual, or formal dressing?
Passionately and by the sleeve.How do you eat an oreo?
No soy mexicano.Sombrero?
Things are mostly grand, despite my current dire financial situation. I just moved to a new city and haven't secured a job yet so it is taking its toll. But other than that, I am enjoying life. Yourself?Turn that Necromancer into a Necrodancer!
It depends where in the North East you're looking but what you describe sounds familiar. Where I was it generally started snowing around November and didn't stop until most of the way through March and sometimes April. A couple of years ago, I know my school had snow on graduation and that was early May. Actually, I had a love/hate with the spring weather too because it would always give you hope for warmer prospects, melting away to sogginess, and then return with vigor a few days later. Slush is the worst. Summers can get quite humid and pretty hot in general but I always ate that up. On the whole, I'd say if you're prepared for the long winters, it's a perfectly lovely place to live. Western New York can be quite beautiful. Where specifically are the grad schools that you're considering?So I know you went to college in the Northeast, how do you like it? I'm planning a visit there (ostensibly for the vacation, but my ulterior motive is investigating graduate schools), and I'm trying to decide if I'd be ok with living there. Bear in mind that I've lived in states where the only two kinds of weather are blistering hot summers and incredibly weird winters. Fall and spring? Hah! They don't exist.
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