100 Facts About Me 41-48
I still owe all of you a Raving Roundup. I know, I know…
#41 I cannot stand having to clip my toenails. I wish I could just have them already done. Having to clip my toenails is like having to get my teeth cleaned: I’d rather postpone it. And then there’s the two toes (one on each foot) next to each of my big toes that don’t grow ever. I don’t understand why my other toenails can’t give into peer pressure and follow the route Tweedledee and Tweedledum have. It’s going great for them so far. -.-
#42 I don’t like reading my past entries (especially those from September) because I notice I made a lot of typos! D: /tear I don’t enjoy reading back at my entries and seeing typos. It’s really embarrassing. 🙁
#43 I don’t favor people who try/want to bring me down. It isn’t nice, and it doesn’t make me want to treat them nicely at all. Therefore, chances are I won’t even pay attention to you if you try to bring me down or act like you want to.
#44 Nature and I have a love/hate relationship. Sometimes I’ll blog about it being great, and other times I’ll blog about not liking it at all.
#45 Next year I’d like to do a 200 Facts About Me challenge. It would require more time, but I want to try to challenge myself with some long-term projects for 6birds. Maybe then I won’t feel like I can’t do blog challenges at all without failing them.
#46 Sometimes I wish I was deaf. Deaf culture is amazing, and I have always had a love for it. It seems like people who are deaf have a much different perspective of the world than those who can hear, and I would love to have that perspective. However, I would not want to be blind. I don’t have anything against those who are, but at least if I was deaf I could still blog.
#47 I love my style clothing-wise. I’m different. I even have my own signatures – like mismatching socks, layering and straight hair. I don’t like going out in public without straight hair and layers. I feel naked without those two. Mismatching socks is necessary with shoes other than flip flops provided they’re not white. If they’re white, they have to match. If they’re one of those long, stocking-like socks like for Halloween or Christmas, they have to match1.
#48 It hurts my feelings when people tell me I don’t care about something. What’s worse is when they say it behind my back. It’s rude and disrespectful in my opinion. Unless I say “I don’t care” or “I care”, then I neither care or don’t care. Only I think for me. I am my own person. I’m different. I’m not going to change, and I’m not going to respect anyone who disrespects me no matter the age. When I respect those who disrespect me – especially those that are older than I – I’m taken advantage of and treated badly. I just don’t like it, so I don’t do it anymore. It made me feel like nothing; it made me feel worthless. I’m not an animal2, and I won’t be treated like one.