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Thread: Me - A Dumb Looser and Geek Who You Don't Want to Know About... And if You Do Then You Have Definitely Realized it Was the Biggest Mistake if Your Life <3

  1. #1 Me - A Dumb Looser and Geek Who You Don't Want to Know About... And if You Do Then You Have Definitely Realized it Was the Biggest Mistake if Your Life <3 
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    strangers think i'm quiet
    my friends think i'm out-going
    my best friends know that i'm completely freaking insane! (love this)

    oh - and my invisible boyfriend that i will probably never get... well he thinks that i'm sweet and the best girl ever (haha - so not true in my opinion)

    Hey Everyone!

    A bit about me, well my name is Perfect Nutter or my nickname more like it is Toilet Brush and don't ask me why, the reason is definitely not because I was trying to attack my friends with a toilet brush. I was born in Vietnam but I live somewhere in the parallel universe of craziness which is UK. I love my family, my parents and my alien sister, they're everything to me. They bought me into this hard and scary world and provide me with everything I need so I can be grow up, be happy and then take care of them when I'm older. And even though I am quite a strange child to them and they have had many head aches and still do they still love me, I am so blessed to have these people in my life and I'm so lucky that when they first saw me they thought I was good enough for them. My parents have taught me so many good things about life, they brought me up with manners (not like some people in my school who are cheeky to all the teachers in a bad way and not a playful way, drink and smoke just cause they want to be cool... not like I have anything against that... it'll be their fault completely if they die of lung cancer age 45) and happiness and they gave me this crazy motivation for learning, I love school and I love maths, science and English etc. I just want to learn, I do all my homework and I study for tests and when there aren't any tests... so that's all I can ask for. I'm not saying I'm amazing or even smart at all but over 50% of who I am is because of my parents. I know I seem really immature but when I need to be serious, you won't even recognise me. My sister is younger and really annoying but when she's really good, well then she's the best sister ever and when she's bad, well then I call her a 'Baboon's Bum'. I love her too and she has taught me how to share and many other strange things.

    I have many hobbies. Strangely, I am a very physical person. I love swimming (even though my friends would say that I look like a chicken in water which is so not true),cycling and I enjoy athletics. Strangely though, I am quiet lazy too, when I don't feel like doing sport I sit in, watch the telly (love X-Factor, Top Gear and Love in the Wild when it's on), go on my forum websites (hehe) or eat snacks. My favourite food is chips and fried chicken, I know it's really unhealthy but then, who doesn't enjoy a bit of fat? And anyway, and I'm not even lying but I've never been to McDonalds or KFC, in fact I haven't been to a restaurant or any fast food shop since moving to the UK. It's the truth, my mum cooks meals everyday and you can't beat that. Um... I also like watching movies and reading books, some of my favourite movies are probably Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, Man of Steel and a Walk to Remember (it's so sad). All of them I watched on Megashare. com on the computer, I've never been to the cinema in my life, I want to go but why pay when you can get it free 2 months later (haha)? I'm a romantic freak. I love reading romantic books and films, as long as they're not too *cough, cough* for adults... you know what I mean. I like travelling and going on holidays to different countries, something about travelling for 11 hours in aeroplane at night attracts me, I love riding in a plane and getting little snacks of nuts and watching any movies you want for free! I've been all over Europe, in China and Vietnam. I would love to go to Australia or America but you know, things are tight and I'm going to Vietnam again in April 2014! (Can't wait for the nut snacks).

    When I go to college I'm probably going to do A-Levels and then in University (has to be Oxford or Cambridge) I might do Medicine, Business, Finance or Engineering or even Computer Science (I know, nothing with art or social work and stuff that most of my friends want to do). My ideal job is probably a CEO or personal assistant of a big, rich company or something with finance and really handsome men that are tall who walk in expensive suits with amazing hair, amazing smile and that are buff... Is that too much to ask for? I know this sounds terrible but I can't do labour and my talent of cooking is not shining like my mum's, so working in an office is the only solution where it's warm and cosy. There's something about business men and pilots that get me crazy and you don't get much of them working as a cleaner, do you?




    you should never believe or trust a monster that bleeds for a week and doesn't die! (love this, even though i'm a girl myself)

    edit: after looking at the Introductions Forum bit I realized that I probably have wrote the biggest biography here.... lol, hope you don't get bored much




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    Well done.


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    "And, behold, I come quickly;" Revelation 22:12

    "Religions are like sausages. When you know how they are made, you no longer want them."
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    "And, behold, I come quickly;"
    What does that mean eh?
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    wow a few more paragraphs and it would've been an autobiography
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    Quote Originally Posted by HonkyHanka View Post
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    "And, behold, I come quickly;"
    What does that mean eh?
    It's a quote from Jesus.
    I expect that he was a disappointment in the bedroom.
    That's probably why the church redacted his teenage years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    I expect that he was a disappointment in the bedroom.
    Thought he was a virgin haha... Sorry I'm turning weird again.
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    Jesus, a virgin?
    Naw, he left a string of bastards from Bethlehem to Beirute to Babylon
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    Quote Originally Posted by HonkyHanka View Post
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    I expect that he was a disappointment in the bedroom.
    Thought he was a virgin haha... Sorry I'm turning weird again.
    He hung 'round with 12 men and a hooker.
    He was at least bi-curious.
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    Hello and welcome to the Science Forum! I can assure you that, with an introduction like that, your entrance did not go unnoticed.

    Quote Originally Posted by HonkyHanka
    Um... I also like watching movies and reading books, some of my favourite movies are probably Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, Man of Steel and a Walk to Remember (it's so sad).

    Excellent choices (except the last one, I do not know that movie).
    "The only safe rule is to dispute only with those of your acquaintance of whom you know that they possess sufficient intelligence and self-respect not to advance absurdities; to appeal to reason and not to authority, and to listen to reason and yield to it; and, finally, to be willing to accept reason even from an opponent, and to be just enough to bear being proved to be in the wrong."

    ~ Arthur Schopenhauer, The Art of Being Right: 38 Ways to Win an Argument (1831), Stratagem XXXVIII.
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    Even worse, you can't spell "loser"!
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    A walk to remember is a romantic movie, it's really sad though. Should try and watch it sometime. It'll make you cry.

    Oh and stop being disrespectful to Jesus, there's like millions of people who worship him.
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    Well I can say this. The introduction certainly made an impression.
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    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Fascinating introduction, if you put that much effort in to your study then I really don't doubt you will indeed end up at Cambridge or Oxford, well done
    “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.”

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    Thanks, reading this back (for the first time) I realized that I was feeling very hyper and I ended up writing a lot of stupid things. And the ending about the pilots and business men... lol that annoys me... it is the truth though...

    Yay! The Harry Potter Series is on again on TV every Saturday in the UK! (can't wait! i am way too obsessed with that movie and i've read all the books, a clever story line and everything fits perfect).

    Anyway, what do you guys think I should study? I want to go for medicine as it's the safest root as there's a lot of doctors desired, and finance is important but it's a hard business to start with and I want to be sucessful not just average if you know what I mean. My heart tells me to do finance and money (something about that word attracts me lol) but my mind tells me to do medicine???


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    Quote Originally Posted by HonkyHanka View Post
    Anyway, what do you guys think I should study? I want to go for medicine as it's the safest root as there's a lot of doctors desired, and finance is important but it's a hard business to start with and I want to be sucessful not just average if you know what I mean. My heart tells me to do finance and money (something about that word attracts me lol) but my mind tells me to do medicine???
    Being a doctor is automatically above average.
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    medicine <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by HonkyHanka View Post
    Anyway, what do you guys think I should study? I want to go for medicine as it's the safest root as there's a lot of doctors desired, and finance is important but it's a hard business to start with and I want to be sucessful not just average if you know what I mean. My heart tells me to do finance and money (something about that word attracts me lol) but my mind tells me to do medicine???

    If I were you, I would choose medicine.
    Be aware though, it is not going to be easy!
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