Discussion in 'Fun and Games' started by Angus44, Jun 3, 2017.
While it may seem paradoxical, the more confident and comfortable I become in my identity as a trans man, the more I am alright with doing things which are stereotypically feminine.
I have a very long beard.
I can sing in three languages, but I am only fluent in one of them and I'm still learning the second.
I am the opposite and often find myself on this site at night because I can't sleep
I still hate myself for killing my last goldfish because, in the middle of the day a few hours after breakfast, he was acting like he wanted more food by hanging around the top of the bowl poking his mouth to the top. He always did that at his mealtimes. So I thought, since I give my dog midday snacks with no problems, I would give him some of his food (less than a regular meal of course.) You know how it ends. And I still don't know why he was acting like that if I shouldn't have fed him.
i once dated a russian celebrity. one of my good friends (who is a guy) is in love with him. i have had a huge crush on the guy's sister for 7 months. you guys should hear the two of us talk
I've had a poem I wrote published in a book that was a collection of poems.
my hands are longer than average hand length for male, but thinner even than average hand width for female. which indicates that I have arachnodactyly.
In all seriousness, I have serious sleep issues. So I find myself on this website at absurd hours (3 AM normally).
I can pat my head and rub my tummy in a circular motion simultaneously.
I'm less interesting than most of the people in this thread.
Autistic people are usually seen as stereotypically really smart. but im actually really dumb.
I know the names of all the european capitals.
I got cut by toilet paper once
I have an identical twin
I can recite dialogue from every episode of The Golden Girls.
I can name off all five families of the mafia from memory. (Gambino, Colombo, Lucchese, Bonanno, Genovese.)
I can blur my vision at will (don't know if I've already shared this but oh well).