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29 Aug 2022, 7:31 am

I failed my driving test for speeding. Don't remember how fast I was driving. :oops:

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29 Aug 2022, 8:05 am

About 100 mph.

Have you ever been at fault for a car collision?



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29 Aug 2022, 8:29 am

No. I don't drive. One of the reasons why I don't drive is because I'm worried about getting blamed for an accident that is not fault.

Do you like croissants?



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29 Aug 2022, 12:54 pm

They're alright.

What's your favourite clothing store?


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29 Aug 2022, 4:22 pm

Maybe Ross or Goodwill.

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30 Aug 2022, 4:48 am

GU global in Japan and Uniqlo.

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30 Aug 2022, 5:15 am

Charity shops. I buy T-shirts, often brand new for around £3, sometimes expensive branded ones that retail for £70.

Do you use charity shops?


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30 Aug 2022, 5:22 am

Yeah, and I love vintage shops too. Spitalfields has so many nice places with unique items. There used to be a shop called Hurwundeki that I loved....they sold Korean clothing and accessories, plus some vintage stuff.

Do you like vintage shops?


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30 Aug 2022, 6:32 am

Once upon a time I liked vintage and antique shops.

Do you own a vintage or antique item of value?



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30 Aug 2022, 6:08 pm

Yes, I have some first edition books, antique bookcases, and my great-grandmother's silver tea service.

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30 Aug 2022, 11:45 pm

Zero antiques or vintage shops,

Zero charity shops

Old navy

No croissants

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How long is the longest you have ever gone without showering?



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31 Aug 2022, 12:27 am

idk, it happens that a week passes by, or when i was homeless or pseudo-homeless (no utilities)
i do not dislike it, it's the getting started
twas like that when child too, all of us, even going for a pee is -was put off too often
what is old navy? i hate 'charity shops' too much people, total disorganisation and don't need more stuff, my problem is getting rid of old stuff, the hub wants to hold on to everything broken :twisted: :twisted: :roll:

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31 Aug 2022, 1:10 am

I don't have a driver's license.

I really really love nice flaky croissants but they are kind of bad for me because of my wheat sensitivity so I try to limit having them :P The crums are kind of annoying though.

I never really like shopping for clothes, I have enough, and things never end up being quite as nice when you get them home.

But I do like charity shops! It's fun trying to find some bargains. I try to limit going though because I often tend to spend too much (vintage books are my weak spot). I like to keep separate needs&wants lists and then I review them every couple of months to see if the impulse had passed, if not, I might go try to find one 2nd hand before going to a shop.

I don't have any really valuable antiques.

I'm not sure what the longest time without a shower but when I was really depressed as a teenager it was probably a week. Oh and then when I had my back go out and it was hard to even get to the bathroom to pee let alone shower.

What is the favourite item you own?



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31 Aug 2022, 2:42 am

A 1940s garnet ring.

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31 Aug 2022, 4:23 am

My favorite item is a frog plushie I found for 30cents in a charity shop, it was kind of dirty and had its leg torn off so I washed it and re-stuffed it, and sew its leg back on. It has a really sweet-looking kind of sad face, very soft dark green fur, a beige belly and it sits nicely on its froggie legs. Belze has become kind of like a pet to me. I want to start sewing him some hats so he can participate in different holidays because I love doing different themes. I'm not really sure which theme a fez would be but I want to make a fez first!



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31 Aug 2022, 7:37 am

It's a toss up between my phone and my laptop.

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