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  1. Sammi
    November 18th, 2008 05:54 PM
    Sammi
    :O

    If it makes you feel better, I live in a dorm. Max capacity is either 36 or 38. I'm in one of the smaller rooms. D8
  2. Aurafire
    November 18th, 2008 04:27 PM
    Aurafire
    SAMMEH U IZ STALKIN ME! >=O

    Yeah we usually get along. He's....kinda loud. XD...But I can deal. I'm pretty easy going. We live in a very small dorm, so the close proximity is kinda annoying, but then again, most people live in dorms at my school.

    *locks doors* No more stalking for you =]
  3. Sammi
    November 18th, 2008 04:21 PM
    Sammi
    Ah. Yeah, considering your lifestyle, it would be too difficult. Probably someone that was single or childless went instead. It'd be easier for them, I think.

    I heard rooming with friends doesn't work sometimes. Do you get along? Also, do you live in dorms, or in an apartment? O: lol I'm such a creepy stalker.
  4. Aurafire
    November 17th, 2008 05:47 PM
    Aurafire
    Eh...Something about my dad's company going international. We were going to move there so it would be easier for him to set up the new office. I was pretty young and I didn't have any perspective, so naturally I fought tooth and nail to prevent this from happening XD...Eventually my parents decided it would have been too hard for my sister and I (I agree =P)

    I think I really screwed myself over by rooming with someone from my high school. He's a good friend and all, but I think it made me not want to "come out of my shell" so to speak and meet new people. Next semester I'm going to try to get out and do more stuff. Maybe some intramural sport or something...Idk, there's a bunch of options =P
  5. Sammi
    November 17th, 2008 05:34 PM
    Sammi
    England? What for? I'm kind of jealous. I lived there for a few years, but I was too young to remember. ):

    I feel like that, too! Although at least I live in a dorm of girls that I'm pretty close to. :3
  6. Aurafire
    November 16th, 2008 06:18 PM
    Aurafire
    =/ Sounds rough...My family was almost going to move to England for a couple years when I was in 9th grade and I almost started crying ;_;. I couldn't imagine living anywhere else besides my hometown. I'd miss my friends too much...Although I'm starting to miss them already now that everyone is in college.

    I'm sure you're just fine , but our childhood experiences certainly do have quite an impact on us. I can be a bit anti-social at times too. Like right now...I really don't feel like meeting new people because I miss everyone back home too much. So basically, I'm shooting my college experience in the foot XD.
  7. Sammi
    November 16th, 2008 06:07 PM
    Sammi
    Well, true. But, we'll see if I get there. XD

    Yes, I'm a military brat. *salutes* It is really hard. Thankfully, I didn't move ten times, but... it's really rough, when you have a set of friends, and ten, you have to leave them. I've seriously thought to myself, "I wonder if I'm not very social because I'm afraid of making friends and then losing them in a few years."

    ...nah, it's probably because I'm strange like that.
  8. Aurafire
    November 16th, 2008 11:54 AM
    Aurafire
    Ahhh NYC is an awesome experience. I've been there a couple of times and it's always fun. I hope you can get there one day, but I'm not sure if any other big city can quite compare =P

    Yeah...I think most people move at least once or twice during their childhood. I just got lucky I guess. Big bases? O.O....That sounds like something military related. My other friend who has a dad in the military has moved upwards of 10 times. I can't even imagine...that must be horrible =/
  9. Sammi
    November 16th, 2008 11:46 AM
    Sammi
    I want to see NYC someday. I might never get to it, but eh. Maybe any big city will do. ;p

    Ah... it's so weird for me, hearing that people have lived in the same place their whole lives. I've always been moving, and I've always been in somewhat big bases. @_@
  10. Aurafire
    November 15th, 2008 06:39 PM
    Aurafire
    The actual constructing of a team and beating all the gyms aspect isn't really that appealing anymore. I'd rather just train and breed for battles now, and you can't really do that unless you've beaten the game. But meh, it's still worth a buy I suppose.

    Those rocks are....tempting to say the least XD. I suppose I'd have to have some sort of plan before I just head out into the middle of nowhere. I do like visiting big cities though...NYC is amazing =P

    I live in upstate New York...not really on the coast persay but technically in the "east coast" part of the country. I go to school downstate though, so I kinda miss being back at home. And that's pretty much where I lived all my life. Born and raised in the same town. That's probably why I miss it so much =P
  11. Sammi
    November 15th, 2008 06:31 PM
    Sammi
    I was going to say "obsession" at first, but I know I'm not that obsessed with it these days...

    I'm going to get Platinum, too. Even if I'm not as crazy about it as I used to be. (:

    I donno. If you're a nature/geology geek, I'm sure there's plenty of nice rocks to look at. Might be some cities worth seeing, too.
    So you live closer to the East Coast?
  12. Aurafire
    November 15th, 2008 06:24 PM
    Aurafire
    I think a "loving" of pokemon is a better word for it. Although I don't really play the game anymore besides competitive battling on wifi or Shoddy. I think I've gotten all I'm going to get from actually play...I'd rather just help people out now. I do plan on buying platinum though

    Hmmm...Is there much to see out there in "the breadbasket" of our country? You'll have to direct me to some points of of interest that aren't endless fields of grass. XDD *shot*....Nah, I'm sure there's some cool stuff to do out there. I'd rather just start driving without a real destination. Could add a bit of unpredictability to the trip
  13. Sammi
    November 15th, 2008 06:15 PM
    Sammi
    Really? That's interesting! You all have a liking for Pokemon, then?

    East coast? BLAH! Come to the Midwest. We're 10x cooler ;D (even if we don't have much BUT SHH)
  14. Aurafire
    November 15th, 2008 01:14 PM
    Aurafire
    I guess so. Actually, that loser-face Volkner kid happens to be one of my best friends IRL XD...He stayed home for school while I went away. A lot of my other friends are closer to home as well. I don't know what everyone is doing next year, but I'd like it if we were all closer. We're a pretty tight-knit group. Actually, my three best friends are all on PC! They finally convinced me to join and I end up being the most active one =P

    Yeah, maybe a road trip down the east coast or something. Idk, it seems like it would be a fun experience =P
  15. Sammi
    November 15th, 2008 01:09 PM
    Sammi
    Awww, that's a shame. Why not? They just preferred other schools?

    You should someday! Just make sure it's not too long. There's no way I could do a roadtrip across America. That'd take too long. D:

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