Oh my God..    2005-05-03 19:30:59 ET
Here I send this innocent sms to The Guy, just wanting to say I think about Him and wish Him a good night.. And the answer I get is:
"Had you in my mind just a little while ago. Thought about how pretty you were when *bleeeeeeep*" (And yes, I cencored that one, there are delicate persons here ;)
He seriously knocks my feet under me when I least expect it ;)
He made me think about it, and I had trouble sleeping last night =)

Ack, I need him to come see me again, sometime sooooooon.. But it seems we wont see eachother in a long while, that sucks!

 Stolen from Nobitte :)    2005-05-01 02:21:33 ET
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Mostly Masculine
You are 59% male!
If you're a guy:
You're a man, but you're don't fit into all of the stereotypes. A good place to be.

If you're a girl:
You're either a tomboy or extraordinarily horny. Or you cheated.

Note: 0% male means you're all female, 100% male means you're all male.
Okcupid won't let me change the name of the variable depending on your

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My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
You scored higher than 58% on male
Link: The What Gender Are You? Test written by leop123 on Ok Cupid

Oh, well.. must be the sexthings I answered like a male.. ;))
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 Gotta love Douglas Adams!    2005-04-29 23:16:54 ET
This is from a book called "Last Chanse to see" by Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine:

"I've heard an idea proposed, I've no idea how seriously,
to account for the sensation of vertigo.
It's an idea that I instinctively like and it goes like this:
The dizzy sensation we experience when standing on high places is not simply
a fear of falling.
It's often the case that the only thing likely to make us fall is the actual dizziness itself, so it is, at best, an extremely irrational, even self-fulfilling fear.
However, in the distant past of our evolutionary journey towards our current state, we lived in trees. We lept from tree to tree.
There are even those who speculate that we may have something birdlike in our ancestral line.
In which case, there may be some part of our mind that, when confronted
with a void, expects to be able to leap out into it and even urges us to do so.

So what you end up with is a conflict between a primitiv, atavistic part of your mind which is saying "JUMP!" and the more modern, rational part of your mind which is saying "FOR CHRIST'S SAKE, DONT!" "

I'm going for this theory! ;)

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