Bleh, the forum code the site provided didn't work very well. And I can't recover the results page either...
I basically scored average for everything except 'dependent', which was 10 percent higher than normal (double bleh), and obsessive-compulsive, also about 10% higher. Oddly enough, I scored very close to 50% on antisocial. This is somewhat surprising considering that all the other online tests I've taken rate me as highly introverted.
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Aug 11, 2013I used to have fits of vomiting whenever I caught a cold, and yeah... sometimes stuff would shoot out of my nose as well as my mouth. Fun times...Posted in: General Off Topic
Fortunately, since the last few years, the severity of my colds have toned down enough that I don't puke anymore.
Aug 8, 2013Being vegetarian limits the number of unusual food options I can eat. Most of the really (IMO) weird foods seem to involve some kind of meat, like, for example, Chinese medical foods such as rat fetus wine.Posted in: General Off Topic
I guess kombucha, probiotic fermented tea, is a little odd. The brand I buy tastes like a fizzy mix of vinegar and fruit juice.
Aug 6, 2013BlockMagexXx posted a message on I'm sleeping 12 hours of sleep for the past 2 weeks.Like what Acetyl said, people your age typically experience a shift in circadian rhythm, resulting in a change in sleep patterns. I wouldn't be too worried about it if I were you.Posted in: General Off Topic
Jul 28, 2013Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from My__IsShiny
Aw, he's lovely! His fur is so nice, it looks so soft. I like golden retrievers.
Quote from Jutte
Cutie! I though it was impossible to get their fluffyness :S. You must have combed that animal for days!
Thanks. Her coat is actually just like that. The only time I ever need to brush her is when she starts shedding after a bath.
We have another another older golden in the family too, as well as a cat.
Here's a picture of the older one, taken when she was just a year old.
And this is *our* cat. (He kinda disowned us after we got our second dog -_-)
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That is a perty dog
There's a crazy cat person a house away from where I live. She has like 10 cats and 3 dogs, she took home a cat that got lost. <,
Eventually, animal control stepped in and took care of the kitten problem. Sadly, my neighbor gave animal control all of his original, older fixed cats too in addition to the kittens to be transferred to our local shelter.
Apparently, he's destined to be a cat person though because recently he had more kittens dumped on his porch. Fortunately he learned from previous times, and made sure to get these kittens spayed and neutered as soon as they were old enough.
Jul 27, 2013Both of your cats are cute. <3Posted in: General Off Topic
My neighbor had some kittens dumped on his porch once. He took care of them, but didn't bother with getting them spayed. After about six or eight months, the kittens become pregnant and had more kittens, then after bout' another six months, those kittens had kittens. It was a kitten explosion! Despite things getting rather out of hand, it was still incredibly fun to walk into his house and see sleeping kittens, playing kittens, shy kittens, curious kittens, and fluffy kittens EVERYWHERE!
Anyway, here's a pic of my golden, waiting for me to toss the ball.
Jul 3, 2013I remember you... you're that guy who was working that incredible dwarven city, Stormheim!Posted in: Screenshots
Damn, I'm really sorry to hear that the city's save was corrupted. ;_; I admire your resilience to return to building again- I'd quit Minecraft all-together (as well as scream, cry, hit things, and various other immature responses) if I were to lose all that hard work.
I see that you haven't lost your fantasy touch, though. This is an absolutely beautiful home! Love all the detailing on the building's exterior design. Very cozy and aesthetic work on the interior furnishings as well.
Jul 3, 2013Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from superliam237
Started reading some Steven King and I am loving it, The Mist was an amazing story and pretty good movie adaptation too..
Feel like reading some more Post Apocalyptic stories, any suggestions?
I highly recommend the Genesis of Shannara series: Armaggedon's Children, The Elves of Cintra, and The Gypsy Morph. They are action-packed, fast reads that take place in an post-Apocalyptic world, and you don't have to be familiar with the Shannara universe to understand and fully enjoy them.
Jul 1, 2013Posted in: General GamingQuote from SharkMonster
Games that do this to you (Ex: Paper Mario TTYD Chapter 5)
*Hard boss battles done*
"Phew I only had 2 Hp left!"
*cut scene happens like you won. You walk outside the bosses chamber. Another villain comes out you don't get to heal or saves*
"Aw what?! Fine*
*Villain hits you once you die*
Congradulations! You just finished off the final boss!
But wait! Don't put down the controller yet! You still have to go through the final, final boss!
Great job! You just barely made it through the final, final boss, and used up all your items in the process! Oh, were you hoping that the game would autosave and credits would roll...?
Well guess what...
FINAL, FINAL, FINAL BOSS TIME!!!
/\ Main reason why I've never finished a single Mario&Luigi game...
Jun 29, 2013Shade's Children, by Garth Nix. I loved his Abhorsen series, but his other books...Posted in: General Off Topic
Shades Children was over-the-top depressing- the kind of depressing that you would expect from a book written from a nascent 13-year old writer whom is going through the unsocial, punk-goth, emo phase.
Some time ago as part of a school assignment, I was required to read 20 Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. From what I could remember, the book felt like a 300 page lecture on ocean plankton, with the occasional page dedicated to describing how moody and mysterious Captain Nemo was... I couldn't get into that book at all.
Jun 9, 2013This has been a rather interesting thread.Posted in: General Off Topic
I suppose the tongue-eating louse would be a fitting contribution to the weirdness.
Quoted from Wikepedia:
"Cymothoa exigua extracts blood through the claws on its front, causing the tongue to atrophy from lack of blood. The parasite then replaces the fish's tongue by attaching its own body to the muscles of the tongue stub. The fish is able to use the parasite just like a normal tongue. It appears that the parasite does not cause any other damage to the host fish. Once C. exigua replaces the tongue, some feed on the host's blood and many others feed on fish mucus. This is the only known case of a parasite functionally replacing a host organ. There are many species of Cymothoa, but only C. exigua is known to consume and replace its host's tongue."
Jun 5, 2013BlockMagexXx posted a message on New-Rivera, Huge steampunk-ish medieval city - With DOWNLOADCrazy house designs with numerous little gardens, paths, fountains, bridges, and all manner of stuffs crammed all around- now that's my kind of project! Really love everything you've done so far. I'm especially fond of the dozens of hanging lights and the canal with custom trees growing out of it. Keep the jam-packed-with-detail work up! And maybe add a world download? :3Posted in: Screenshots
May 31, 2013Meal moths!Posted in: General Off Topic
Really annoying to open up a bag of bread and have 20 of them burst out into your face, leaving behind a loaf loaded with sticky webs and lots of little maggots. And if you aren't quick to protect your food, they will infest every source of calories that isn't sealed or refridgerated.
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