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  1. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 06:37 PM
    Eucliffe
    Mm, well, you never know. Whatever excess stuff you learn might come in handy one day~

    And of course I don't want them living TOO close (though I really don't care, to be honest, just as long as they don't bug me everyday for whatever reasons). But depending on where I end up, I might be somewhere they'd love to live, inspiring them to live closer. Like Seattle (which I've never been to) or North Carolina (seriously, if given the chance, I'd live there again). Probably not Colorado or Vermont though (the other places with colleges that strike my interest). Plus, my mom's eldest sister lives in Vermont, so I'll still have family there nonetheless XD
  2. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 06:29 PM
    Eucliffe
    XD I like my school just because it's not like your average private school. Plus, anyone who enters the high school gets a free laptop to keep, so to speak 8D

    Mm, is there any sort of cosmetology school you're looking into?

    I can't wait to graduate either. Means I can finally broaden my horizons a bit~ Plus, depending on where I go, it gives my parents a good excuse to move near me XD
  3. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 06:12 PM
    Eucliffe
    Well, they are the remains of whatever rodents the owl might have eaten XD

    I think, overall, these sorts of sciences interest me. We don't get science all the time at the school I attend, but every once in a while. It's the same with social studies/history.

    Math and Spanish, on the other hand... Though, like I said earlier, our math teacher is awesome XD
  4. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 06:00 PM
    Eucliffe
    Everyone in my group was mostly afraid of taking any part in the dissection, so I got to do it on my own. In fact, one of the girls had to turn down taking any part in it and worked on classwork assigned only to her for the rest of the time.

    One of my better times in that science class XD

    Yeah, the heart did look cute <3 Makes me kind of sad though, having to dissect it. Though then again, I think I'd rather choose an actual dissection over a virtual one. Because you get more of a physical experience out of it.

    My stepsister did have to dissect a cat in a college, though.

    Hmm, and I did like finding skeletons of small animals in the owl pellets. Does that make me weird? XD
  5. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 05:49 PM
    Eucliffe
    Does it really? Hmm, never heard that before XD

    Yes, brains are weird. At least I didn't get to stick a hand protected with a glove into one. But I did do that for a pig heart.

    And then I forgot if I actually got to remove a brain when I dissected a frog. I highly doubt my private school will let us dissect anything (maybe feces, if anything; I actually did dissect owl feces in 4th grade) since it's really "in touch" with nature (and yet the school is in the middle of the city; at least it's in a nice part of it XD).
  6. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 05:33 PM
    Eucliffe
    Mm. Actually, what I found to be surprising was, when I visited the school I ended up going to in North Carolina ("Hell junior" as I call it), we took a test to see if we were right or left-brained. I ended up as left-brained for some reason, which is supposed to be more analytical. But, if you ask me, I'm a right-brained person, someone who's creative. I also learned in 7th grade science right-brained people usually controlled the left side of their body while left-brained person controlled the opposite side. Strange as it sounds, if it came from my science class, then it is most likely true.

    It's also interesting to think of what each other's different thoughts on certain statements are. It's like how one sees the world. Someone might see the color pink as their pink, but someone else would call that person's red "pink". Rather confusing, and believe me, it gives me a headache thinking about it, but it'd be really interesting if it were true. It's just how our brain analyzes things in general.
  7. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 05:21 PM
    Eucliffe
    Oh, wait, I thought by you capitalizing "psy" you were talking about actual psychics, along with telekinesis and that sort of thing XD Sorry '

    But yeah, I believe in telekinesis and whatnot. And I guess you can say I believe in divination too. If I had the abilities, I'd want to take up fortune telling and read peoples' fortunes. Of course, not like everyone would believe in what I tell them, but still, it'd be fun.

    A visitor that came to our school once said, "Treat your job as if it were a hobby; treat your hobby as if it were a job".

    One of the quotes I actually get ><'
  8. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 05:10 PM
    Eucliffe
    Ooh, I'd love that to~

    I've always believed in that sort of thing. I know a logical person (or a left-brained person, if you'd rather call it that) would think of it as a bunch of hooey, but I've had enough experiences to believe it exists. My mother believes in it too, since, though it could be completely coincidental, most of the times she goes out either by herself or with others, a street light either turns on or off. And, I've had experiences where I think something, even if it's a joke, and it ends up happening exactly as I thought it.

    My mom says that you create your own reality. As long as you say (in your mind, of course XD) something will happen, it will.

    And yet, I still don't use that kind of logic to help build my self-confidence. Rather silly, really.
  9. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 05:03 PM
    Eucliffe
    Yeah...

    It's also quite interesting how people can change so quickly. Not only in interests, but also in personality, demeanor, and even style. Sometimes it's due to emotional issues. Sometimes it's because of real life issues.

    I've had an interest in becoming a psychologist for some time now, to work with such people. Psychology strikes me as an interesting sort of science, along with forensics, and (though it's more of a pseudo-science) metaphysics. I suppose you could say childhood interests (Scooby Doo, in plenty of cases XD) has given me such interests (you can also blame my love of mystery/horror novels).
  10. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 04:56 PM
    Eucliffe
    It's kind of funny that you've decided to like them, since I -think- of all the Hoenn Pokemon (other than Groudon and Kyogre), they're the only ones that can learn Eruption/Water Spout. And actually, only Wailmer/lord and Kyogre can learn Water Spout O_O While I believe the whole Cyndaquil evolution line plus Camerupt and Groudon can learn Eruption (though, if you think about it, it makes sense that the Cyndaquil evolution line can learn it XD).

    I've also come to like Turtwig and evos. quite a bit. I used to be a Chimchar fan, but I think it was playing three different games of Platinum (an emulated one, my imported one, and the American release) that did it for me.

    Ah, how interests change~
  11. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 04:43 PM
    Eucliffe
    It is. Oh well, I guess it's better than running around naked. People would think you were either crazy, fulfilling a dare/a bet, or -insert other idea here-.

    Mm, Mismagius, huh? Actually, that's been one of my more recent faves XD Just because of Misdreavus. I always catch one in my Pearl nowadays, and as soon as HG/SS comes out, if Misdreavus is -hopefully- in a decent place early on, that'll be one of the first Pokemon I catch.

    I've also come to like Murkrow. Just because... I dunno why XD I'm starting to like a lot of Pokemon I didn't before. Like Munchlax XD
  12. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 04:36 PM
    Eucliffe
    XD To be honest, I never judge people based on how they look, but for how they act. And, if you ask me, it's a shame that society today does, in fact, judge people on how they look. I only try to wear decent clothing because of that, but really, I think that it's a load of crap for someone to decide whether you're worth talking to or not just because of what you wear.

    ... That is an awesome teacher XD I'd so get in trouble for doing that.

    Though, then again, our classes our small.

    I'm gonna love to see the ninth grade this year. The eighth grade had, like, 9 students, and as far as I know, about two or three from 8th grade are coming up to 9th grade. One of them who's going to another school SHOULD be going to ours (personally, I don't think she'll do well in public school), but hey, her choice (plus, her parents' choice, since I think they wanted her to go there to try something new). And, actually, I got that person to get a PC account here XD
  13. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 04:26 PM
    Eucliffe
    XD I bet it is. It's also a great self-defense method, I believe? I know some people might try to take up a martial art just so they can be the best, but the -good- people (in my honest opinion) are the ones who take it up for self-defense, building self-confidence, and anything of that sort.

    Older people are pretty fun, I have to admit :3 Even my teachers. Especially my math teacher. Yes, he may be an old fart, but he's pretty fun. He has all sorts of curious things to say, and one of my peers from 8th grade made the BEST speech about him at our graduation ceremony XD
  14. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 04:19 PM
    Eucliffe
    Is that so? Hmm...

    I'm still a bit shy around people my age, though I'm fine when it's a bunch of adults XD My mom (and her old acupuncturist) said I have an "old soul" in an "adolescent body", though my adolescence has shown from time to time ' Still, it means I generally am able to talk fine with those older than me, generally around "adulthood", however old that may be.

    Then there are people my age who are great with talking to their peers, but have a hard time talking to adults that aren't their relatives or teachers/instructors. And finally, there are those all-around people who can talk to just about anybody.

    That's what I've noticed, anyways.
  15. Eucliffe
    July 31st, 2009 10:20 AM
    Eucliffe
    ... You sure about that? XD

    Kidding, they would know better XD

    How many kids in a typical karate class, by the way? It still seems like something I might want to take up, though I've noticed I don't do well in large groups (hence why I go to a private school where my whole grade consists of no more than 10 people).

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    My old account used to be (Dusty<3). It was before that, ~Kiss Kiss~, and even before that, Pink_Lopunny.

    My real name IS Dustin. But you may call me Dusty, Dustin, or whatever may suit you.

    Yes, I am gay. No, I do not take offense to anything relating to homosexuality.

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