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thelibrarina said: 19!
19! 19 is hard. I was in college, so I’m pretty sure it would be 24/7 reviews of very strange Japanese horror movies. I kind of lived off of those things :o
awyeahmrb said: 14!
Oh man, it would be endless streams of Sailor Moon, Gundam Wing, and Ronin Warriors, all day every day.
Heero Yuy, I love you always and forever.
It will no doubt be mortifying, but do it!
DO THIS. 29 and under only as I cannot predict future blogging.
40 and under for me…
30 and below!
Any age lower than 28 :D
I was wasting some time today and I retook the Myers-Briggs (to see if any of my results had changed since I last took it a few years ago). I’m still pretty much the same - INTJ (I seem to vary between T and F).
But wow, I’ve never found a sentence that describes me as perfectly as this one from tvtropes.com:
"INTJs are clever, analytical, pragmatic and logical, and are not scared to tell someone (or themselves) when they’re being stupid. They emphasize efficiency, making them simultaneously loners and excellent leaders. Their natural talent for planning and system-building often makes them the perfect villains."
Some of the more notable/fun fictional villains on my list include:
Snape AND Voldemort, (lolol there goes my nose)
John Doe from Se7en (creepy)
BRB, I’m off to build a secret cave of villainy in my backyard.
People have always asked me “What do you DO at conventions?”
Ten years later, I figured out the answer.
I fit in.
This is one of the most important posts I have ever seen on tumblr ever. EVER.
I have been trying to keep track of some of the comments that people have attached to my post, and I have to say a few two things:
1. I’m so freaking touched that people relate to it in a positive way, and seem to feel exactly the same as I do. One person even wrote a poem about their experience, and I’m just so amazed at people writing about their feelings because of some random thought that I had while driving to work.
2. Some people don’t feel like they fit in. And that makes me sad, but I understand it. I hope that those people keep on chugging along, and I hope that they find something that makes them feel the way conventions make me feel. Don’t give up. The world is large; even if you can’t see where you fit in, it doesn’t meant that it doesn’t exist.