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paranoidfembot

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About paranoidfembot

  • Rank
    Core Member

Personality

  • MBTI
    INTJ
  • Enneagram
    541
  • Global 5/SLOAN
    RCOEI
  • Astrology Sign
    ScorpioDragon
  • Personal DNA
    Reserved Leader
  • Brain Dominance
    Balanced

Converted

  • Biography
    Human
  • Location
    Behind a computer screen
  • Occupation
    Marijuana
  • Interests
    Peopling
  • Gender
    Female
  • Personal Text
    "Kind of a horrible person" and "Mildly amusing"

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  1. Why am I hungry?
  2. Is that what you call it?
  3. LOL. Alright homie, have fun with your 'young boys'.
  4. Because what I consider a 'young boy' is someone who hasn't hit puberty yet. And it sounded kind of creepy to me. I was trying to give you the benefit of the doubt, assuming that you must have meant something else.
  5. What is your definition of a 'young boy'?
  6. Wat? You think young boys are hot?
  7. Opens the smokehouse door, finds EoE loin and rump roast. Prepares to make lunch out of them.
  8. I R SMRT ...... added to this post 1 minute later: Is that the one where the pattern is vertical? The spaces that are lighter in color are different in the first two panels, and the third panel shows what the hexagon would look like with each the lighter spaces from both panels filled in. Is that right? I don't even know.
  9. It's funny, reading this and seeing the year 2008. For me, it started sooner than that. I remember moving to Portland for the first time in 2005/2006, and already everyone was talking about the 'recession', though I don't know if they called it that yet. I found a way to make decent money by working multiple jobs at the same time, but it didn't last long, and then things got worse. When I tried to move to New Orleans in 2010 I couldn't find a job, couldn't afford to stay there and keep looking, though, the oil rig explosion might have something to do with New Orleans not working out for me too. I finally gave up trying to support myself on shit money, and took out student loans. Being enrolled in a university gave me security. I had health insurance, I had a place to go if I couldn't go anywhere else. I remember sleeping in my truck, or crashing at friend's houses, to avoid making the 30 mile drive back home. Gas money was always an issue. Things have barely picked back up compared to the lowest lows. I'm only making enough money to survive now because I'm back in Oregon, and state minimum wage has been raised. So has the 'great recession' changed the way I spend? No, I don't think so. Since all I've known in my adult life is a recession economy, I would say it shaped the way I spend, and probably shaped the way I'll think about and use money for the rest of my life. The way I see it: I will probably be in debt for the rest of my life I will never be the kind of person that can purchase a home, or new car Avoiding large purchases is almost always the best option When I do spend money on something, it should be of the best quality, so that it lasts as long as possible I will NEVER get a fucking iphone, I don't have the time or money to replace that thing multiple times a decade Cash is the best option, banks suck up poor people's money You'll never be wealthy doing what makes you happy, so be happy being poor instead
  10. Rolls EoE into a joint and smokes him
  11. It comes in matcha!?
  12. Oooh. I want the green starfish. more starfish