Which is not at all to say that I feel any different, but I do feel worried about and loved and things, which is always good. I think I need to have talks with some people. I don't know.
I'd also like to thank djm4 for linking me to this. I'd show it to my parents but they'd read it the other way. ~s~
Pub tonight, then (what time are people getting there?) and B-Movie, although I'll be leaving before the tube stops running I think - it gets too crowded and in any case I can't afford a taxi home just now.
Gothy pensive friends-locked post when I come back tonight. ~grin~ Oh, possibly accompanied by 'Monogamy', which will be a parody of 'Macavity' when I finish writing it. ~s~
1. What's one thing you've always wanted to do, but never have?
Be in a proper fistfight - not one involving weapons, as even if I had them I couldn't use them, but I've never really been in a fight because everyone at school was terrified of me physically. One of the things that enchanted me about 'Fight Club' was the idea of being able to let go like that but having a vague framework to it; I'm not stupid enough to honestly think I should go and pick fights with random criminals. ("Yeah, like a bloke puts on makeup and goes out looking for a fight...")
2. When someone asks your opinion about a new haircut/outfit/etc, are you always honest?
Yes, with varying degrees of caution and rephrasing depending on how well I know the person.
3. Have you ever found out something about a friend and then wished you hadn't? What happened?
...yes, this one tends to happen to me fairly often since people have a habit of telling me things. Mostly "I wish you hadn't told me that" is just a reflexive response, and then I think about it for a bit and deal with it and it's ok again, though.
I have a few friends who start almost every other sentence in conversations with me with "I've never told anyone else this, but" and every so often something like that is going to throw up some information you're a bit unsure of how to deal with, but I've managed so far. I can't think of anything that at this point in time I'd genuinely rather not know. Every bit of knowledge helps me or someone else eventually, even if it's uncomfortable carrying it around up to that point.
4. If you could live in any fictional world (from a book/movie/game/etc.) which would it be and why?
~bounce bounce bounce bounce~ David Eddings' Belgariad/Malloreon! ~bounces like the bouncing fantasy geek she is~
5. What's one talent/skill you don't have but always wanted?
I'd love so much to be able to draw. It's not fair that someone with my imagination shouldn't be able to, darn it.