kiknylola
41 Darwin, Australia
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My self-summary
i am my own god - that guy over there said so.

In each language i know ? Well, i only know English - i am a bit limited like that but hey i have survived regardless.

I am convulsive, cordial, and righteous
What I’m doing with my life
I'm doing what i need to do to get to where i'm going. If i wanted to i could be even more vague than that.
I’m really good at
Blending in with mainstream society. I look as though i belong and people talk to me as if i am one of their own. At times i find it amusing and other times i find it almost disturbing.

Upon closer inspection it turns out that I only blend in when I am at a distance. The moment someone tries to engage with me they soon find out something is off.
The first things people usually notice about me
I wear glasses and look like some weird puritan librarian. I also do not have any fashion sense which I'm sure some people notice. I have actually heard people comment on this.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like black comedy movies. Movies where a chainsaw to the gut comes off as funny rather than gruesome. I like feeling like i am not being totally inappropriate when i laugh at that sh*te.

I also like BBC comedies; The Young Ones, The Vicar of Dibley, anything with Dawn French and her side kick Jennifer, anything with John Cleese....etc

I like Sara Douglas' historical fiction and her regular fiction too.
Jim the Boy made me sad to finish it. A lovely story told in a nasty time of history; that book gives me hope in humanity.

I'm trying to cut down on the carbs - I'm a carb addict from way back. Man...why can't we live in a world where we could just go hell for leather with everything. To be an acceptable human being is to suppress your humanity. I want to live in the woods and eat bread and roll around in the mud.
The six things I could never do without
Family of course - I'm a grown woman but I need my mum and dad, fo sho.

Movies and TV - I don't care, I need that stuff. It takes me out of my head and makes me laugh.

My car - it took me a while to get one, but golly gee does it come in handy!

Having a job - I have been out of work at times and it doesn't take long before my mental health is impacted by my unemployed state.

Coffee - I don't know how adult people function without it. It courses through my veins. I have attempted to quit on a few occasions and have been reduced to a weary eyed zombified vessel with slush for brains. I have resigned myself to the fact that I shall forever more remain a caffeine addict.

Music - It transports me to a world of rainbows and lollipops. Head tilted back, eyes closed, involuntary bodily movements in time with the rhythm, switched off and primal.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Did neanderthals and Modern Humans interbreed? Is that the reason for the Neanderthals' demise? I like to think so; they interbred into a neohuman soup.

Selection Criteria responses. Jebus! I think I have almost got the formula down.

Now they have come out with 'Targeted Questions' for goodness sake. AND!!!! cognitive ability tests and assessment centers. It's a nightmare.

How much junk I have accumulated. Where does it come from? I can't bring myself to throw most of it away though. I do routinely envision myself loading half of the contents of my house in a trailer and throwing it to the tip.

After moving twice in a little over a year I have decided to become a minimalist. I have given away some rather cumbersome items of furniture and will give away or sell more. It is an overwhelming experience to move a whole house full of shiz.

Just random thoughts that jump in my head. Maybe not that random. A seemingly random thought is often triggered by some experience that taps into some unconscious part of my brain and drags forth a memory from old. It's weird...it's weird because I just don't understand it.
On a typical Friday night I am
Channel surfing. Laying around.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I do private stuff when I am home alone. Stuff that would reduce me in the eyes of most self defined civilised citizens. This stuff allows me to recharge back into a real genuine person.
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