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Viddax said:Although sunflowers have the height, I am more fond of Daffodils; yellow, strange shaped and with a name that sounds like daffy: all the hallmarks needed to herald a smile and spring in the step.

When was the last time you had a shower that really felt invigorating, if you don't mind me asking?


13.30hrs today. I do my bestest thinking in the shower.

Would you?

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I’ve had a few inspiring shower thoughts.

What would you do with your lottery winnings if you won the jackpot?

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Depends on how much it is. I would probably put it in savings for a while and keep earning from whatever job at that time, then when I have enough, I would buy a private island and start my own country.

Butterflies or moths?

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Butterflies.

So notre-dame cathedral is on fire... have you ever visited?

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nope have not

What a good time for dinner?

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When you’re hungry.

What famous person is the epitome of class to you?

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There are a few, Brad Dourif, Fiona Dourif, Audrey Hepburn, Eartha Kitt, and Marilyn Monroe.

Favorite language (even if you don't speak it, but just find it interesting)?

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Latin, actually--I wish I could've taken 4 years of it in high school instead of just 2 that I had time for.  It's the basis for all languages and it fascinated me.

How many languages do you speak?

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I am fluent in English (my native language), close to fluent in Swedish and French, and I have started learning Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Russian, Hindi, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, and Black Speech (from Lord of the Rings), fairly recently.

Ever tried Lichi nuts (actually a fruit)?

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nope never I am boring :-)))))))

Ever tried Wilde boar?

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Yes, my mother's husband (I don't consider him a stepfather, he chosses not to interact with my brother or I, but I digress) occasionally goes boar hunting with a friend of his from work.

Most formal word you use on a daily basis?

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I do declare . LOL

What is your favorite hotspot?



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My pants... Ladies? 😏
Not really, but my fat thighs make things down there tropical even in arctic climes.

Is the increased tendency for intimate shaving a matter of convenience or more an aesthetic? If the latter, does that aesthetic relate to a body ideal that in a lot of ways seems to implicitly be prepubescent?

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Aesthetic, and because a lot of women (at least western) seem to think that hair is gross, and possibly maybe because they think that less hair somehow makes them look younger. I for one, do not care for shaving (other than below my lip just at first, to help the hair thicken ever so slightly) anything, between eyebrows, underarms, legs, intimate areas, and anywhere else. Although, convenience could still be a slight factor, I will say that the hair on my head is not the only that's long and thick, so I could see why some would shave, it does get in the way occasionally, but I love my shrubbery!

Why do people think they need a perfect yard, free of fun and beautiful wildflowers and clover?

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False aesthetics: a clear yard looks nice, whereas a yard with weeds and flowers is natural; it is all part of the constant silly struggle to make the world 'just so' rather than living with it.

Ever stood on or stayed at a border?

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