From le wife, Just-Two-Artists
, who seems very curious about me.1. Are you more feminine or masculine? Oddly enough, as far as appearances go, I'm pretty feminine. Internally, however, I think I'm a bit on the masculine side. It's a tough question for me to answer because although I am cisgender, I really have nothing but disgust and/or contempt for the traditional gender roles most women fall in to. I view other women from an aggressive standpoint, which people call masculine, but which I feel can belong to any gender.
2. Are you tall or short? By society's standards, I'm short.
3. What's your favorite color? I don't have one in particular, but I tend to wear all shades of black or brown. That's a good 3 dozen colors and shades each.
4. What do you love about yourself? Love? About myself?...Um. Let me think about this one awhile.
5. What's your greatest flaw? I don't know. They all seem equally great to me. But the flaw that gets on my nerves is how I procrastinate. Screws up every aspect of my life.
6. Do you see yourself differently than other people describe you? I'm not sure how other people see me, so it's hard to say. I interact with remarkably few people. I'm going to go out on a limb, though, and say yes. I do see myself differently.
7. What are you really, really good at? Let's go with the bad first: procrastinating, doubting myself, and sleeping. The meh: cooking, cleaning, being organized, prioritizing. The good: teaching.
8. What's something you're bad at, but love? If I said writing, my wives might slaughter me, but I love it and yet am nowhere near the level I want to be.
9. What's something people have tried to force you to do? Hm. Drive in NY, get married, dress differently, be more religious, get surgery, give up school.
10. How do you spend your free time? Well...I define free time as time wherein I don't actually HAVE to do something. I don't really have that anymore. What little I manage to stumble across goes to job-hunting these days.
11. Describe the way you dress in one sentence. Not how I'd like to dress.
12. Have you ever gotten your nails professionally painted? Yup. For XxyaoixX12
13. What is the most insulting thing anyone has said to you? That I can read and write, and need no further education. That women are dumber than men.
14. Favorite game? Ricochet.
15. What color is your hair? Black and blonde, at the moment.
16. Do you believe in god? Yes
17. Is men's rights a thing? If it isn't, it damn well should be!
18. Does love really exist? Yes
19. Can science explain everything, eventually? I don't think so, no.
20. Are we raised into what we love, or do we come to love it based on how we were raised? I think there's a disconnect somewhere in this sentence. Could have been worded with greater clarity, but to answer...the word raised suggests to me someone shaping an individual into something. I have never heard of a parent dictating a child's life to that extent and then having the child grow up to be well-adjusted, much less happy with the result. I'm assuming the 'it' in the question is whatever thing we happened to be once grown. How can a person be anything immediately upon reaching adulthood? It and thing, meaning some kind of noun. Now if we're talking adjectives, that's different, but then how does one love being, say, trustworthy or reliable? Sounds vain. The only real answer to this question that makes sense all the way across the board -at least to me- would be religion. In which case...next question, please.
21. How do you feel about the school system? In both Kuwait and here, I'm finding that for the most part, it sucks.
22. Do you believe in fate/destiny? To an extent.
23. What is art? Creation.
24. Do we define ourselves, or does our past? I think we do, via our actions, our words...
25. What happens after we die? I'm sure a dead person could answer this...I definitely don't think everything just goes dark and we stop existing.
26. Do humans matter--tiny specs on a floating piece of rock in a solar system in a galaxy in an infinite universe? Yes.
27. Is there good in everyone? I think there's the capacity for good in everyone...
28. Does apathy really exist? Yes
29. Is human life only valuable because our society makes it? Of course not.
30. How do you feel about society, the vague "they" blamed for everything? first, I don't believe that society is to blame for anything. I think society is a product of its government, and THEY are to blame for much. How do I feel about it? I tend to stay away from politics and just live the best way I can.
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31. What gender do you prefer? I only have experience with men so far, and very limited experience with females. I'd like to experince all genders, really, but as of now I don't think I have a particular preference.
32. What's the first thing you notice about someone? Eyes, maybe? definitely hands and stature.
33. Could you love someone you found ugly? I don't know...I know I've loved people that weren't conventionally attractive.
34. Favorite hair color? No preference...
35. Favorite eye color? I'm partial to green and grey, but no real preference here either
36. Ideal height? If we're talking men, then anything taller than me. Other genders, doesn't matter.
37. Describe, personality-wise, what your ideal boy/girlfriend would be like? Someone who knows how to communicate, since I have very limited people skills. Unless you tell me something, I will likely assume the wrong thing. Someone patient, self-aware, and who has goals. Intelligent. Intelligence overcomes just about everything else.
38. Describe, appearance-wise, what your ideal boy/girlfriend would be like? Ah...I like beef. That's all. Anything else along with that is fine. And if the person isn't beef, say he's thin as hell, but I love him crazily, that's cool too.
39. What do you look for--brains or looks? Brains
40. Could you fall in love online? Yes.
41. How much of an age cap can you handle? Gap, you mean? I guess anything within 20 years either way.
42. How would you introduce yourself on a blind date? I'd never go on one. I've never been on any kind of date. But let's say I decided to engineer one for research purposes. I'd probably state my name, my reason for being there, then whip out my notebook. And watch the person head for the nearest exit.
43. Could you forgive a cheater? I think that would largely depend on circumstances and how into the person I was.
44. Is lying about something serious as bad as cheating? I imagine they're equal
45. Right now, you could call the person you like/love (if you aren't dating/engaged/married already), or show up at their front door, and just confess or kiss them or whatever. What's stopping you?
</b> The person I'd do this with lives nowhere near me, and I'm pretty sure they already know how I feel anyway. Besides which, they pretty much broke my heart.