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ntwady

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About ntwady

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  • MBTI
    INFP

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  • Biography
    born in the year of our lord nineteen eighty seven.
  • Location
    pacific northwest
  • Gender
  • Personal Text
    ananda means bliss

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  1. Does your avatar have something to do with DMT? It reminds me of art inspired from it. 

  2. What we seek is a reflection of us. We accept the love we think we deserve. I recommend being open to experience because that takes care of basically everything.
  3. Short answer: yes. Americans can be described as direct and informal. In the absence of any other information, try to communicate clearly your thinking process and that will help you answer your own questions about dating him because his reaction and behavior will tell you what you need to know.
  4. This is a serious question? First, you must examine your own intention before you can make an honest answer. If you are unclear what a relationship may bring, do not expect to attract anything that makes any sense. You must accept the result of experimentation that failing is part of the scientific method.
  5. Thoughts like these are distractions; it is the ego's obsession to look itself in the mirror. Just because you can say anything doesn't mean you need to. Not everything one thinks needs to be said or reacted to. Sit with that urge to indulge in that fantasy of being "too smart" and once it passes, go about your day. Smell the roses. Take a shower. Hug a person. Life is sacred.
  6. Yeah I am kind of tired of spending $10-$15 monthly on soap alone. Thanks for the recommendation!

  7. I use argan oil on my face but I haven't noticed a need to moisturize anywhere else. I recommend that people pay attention to their own skin type and moisturize as needed. That said, a $10 bottle of Dr Bronners will last a year or more, so you can definitely afford to buy some lotion with the savings you'd be spending on a more expensive moisturizing soap. Plus, you can't beat the ethics of the company.
  8. I add my own essential oils to Doc Bronner's unscented liquid soap-- I get to make small batches of interesting smells for aromatherapy in the bath. Right now, I'm using Spruce. I've made my own liquid and bar soap in the past, but honestly the ingredients and price point on Doc Bronners is unbeatable.
  9. Looking good for somebody who is 2000 years old. 

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  10. That one song, "Hold me closer Tony Danza!"
  11. North America- Canada USA Mexico Nicaragua Costa Rica Panama Puerto Rico Europe- Ireland England Scotland the Netherlands Belgium Spain Asia- South Korea China Thailand Cambodia Laos Vietnam Singapore Indonesia
  12. RE: Apocolaypse. Yeah that was bullshit. Gave the entire weekend weird vibes.

  13. You win the thread!

  14. What's the worst that could happen? Expect that.