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Auntie

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About Auntie

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Personality

  • MBTI
    xxxx
  • Astrology Sign
    Cap, Tiger

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  • Location
    The Frozen North
  • Interests
    Sailing, running, ikenobo, scuba, reading, travel, stained glass
  • Gender
    Female
  1. Tiger. It's my spirit guide. Adult tigers lead largely solitary lives. They establish and maintain territories but have much wider home ranges within which they roam. Although for the most part avoiding each other, tigers are not always territorial and relationships between individuals can be complex. An adult of either sex will sometimes share its kill with others, even those who may not be related to them. George Schaller observed a male share a kill with two females and four cubs. Unlike male lions, male tigers allow females and cubs to feed on the kill before the male is finished with it; all involved generally seem to behave amicably, in contrast to the competitive behaviour shown by a lion pride
  2. Yes, sorry. Had a shock today.

  3. Pure Nerd 74 % Nerd, 4% Geek, 9% Dork Not really a surprise
  4. Omg, I'm the damn coyote? Wile E. Coyote! You scored 57 Aggression, 86 Sophistication, and 57 Optimism!
  5. Quite a skill, no doubt!

  6. :) I tap the apples to see if they sound fresh. You?

  7. Ok. So 70-year-olds who eat bacon and pancakes for breakfast, are less likely to be effing nuts than 70-year-olds who are on the Atkins diet? Well, heck. What's news in that? ---------- Post added 06-07-2015 at 04:12 AM ---------- Bloody hell, gone for months and I believe Distance is seriously right.