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eliza
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I don't think I want kids, and if I had one I don't know if i'd want things ingrained in his/her/its personality but it would be nice to have a child high in conscientiousness, because that's something I struggle with sometimes

What kind of plants do you have?

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MadameLavender
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Just some perennials outside in a small garden--no plants inside because my cats will eat them.

Have you ever grown your own vegetables?

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Dr_MANCHILD
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No, but there's a fruit tree outside of my house.

What's your worst coping mechanism?

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Vote4Jonathan
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Reading enigmatic and esoteric writings of great minds with lucid souls allowed ever so slight these glances of divinity that they be handed down to others for our crude interpretations. Or so they certainly possess the skill of alluding one to think. It's my reality TV.

Do you ever question the nature of your reality?

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eliza
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mhm. (The nature of my reality is similar to that of a picture puzzle, whenever I experience (see,read,etc.) something new, it feels like i'm filling out a puzzle which helps me form a clearer picture of the world.. and when something doesn't correspond with that picture I question its accuracy and the accuracy of my understanding)

What time do you usually go to sleep?

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javel34
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12ish lately.


What kind of music do you like?

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cold_fusion
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all kinds... depending on the mood and the occasion

you?

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MadameLavender
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Mostly 80's Alternative & 60's/70's Rock

How many concerts have you ever been to?

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cold_fusion
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wish i could  disclose that......bound by an oath to self!

Have you heard the song "Sentimental Friend' by Hermans Hermits? if yes how do you find it(i mean like it or hate it)?

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Grace
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I like Sentimental Friend, it reminds me of someone I know from way back. I wonder how he is nowadays.

Have you ever fallen out of love with someone you thought was your soulmate?


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cold_fusion
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hmmmmm........couple of  times...during school years...as each girl left before we could even know each other, more of high school crushes(one sided feelings..) you know the tumultuous time that is teenage years.

you?

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ElrondSirfalas
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Seemingly so , but I I'd like to assume that I've at least one other out there .

Any plans for St.Patty's day?

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MadameLavender
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Estate sale picking, like I do every weekend.


Do you think it ruins the value of a piece of  antique furniture by painting it, or do you think it doesn't matter because it's an improvement on the piece?

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Duncan
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It depends on the piece, and the colour, and the texture of the antique beforehand. Like if it is a rare teek for instance I'd rather not paint it. A friend of mine has a cupboard with bleached legs because the legs used to stand in parafin to stop insects getting in, before their were fridges. I appreciated the history.

Do you believe that poetry has the power to move? Explain.

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Shadow_Dancer
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Growing up I quickly learned words are a person's personal weaponry on the other hand my mother loved nothing more than taunt me I use, in a negative way, my manners to get what I wanted. I thought that was the purpose of them, to politely ask for something. All that being said I have read poems that are extremely powerful, causing me to read aloud just to feel that Poet's intensity, I have also been moved to chills and tears. In my opinion, our words are the most powerful weaponry an individual owns./ What is the temperature where your at & the time?

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