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« on: December 05, 2010, 01:56:05 PM »

This applies to virtually anything on earth...
Here steph goes...

- First snowfalls (today was our first decent one!)
- Firsts for most seasons actually... First blossoms in spring, First red leaves falling, First day you don't wear think coats
- Bakery shopping (I could window shop all day long)
- Shopping for clothes (I shop alone, I feel bad with how long I take)
- Spaghetti and related pasta dishes (could eat em everyday)
- Special K cereal
- The movies Four Weddings and a Funeral, Layer Cake, and Garden State, How to Train your Dragon (even if not my ALLTIME FAVORITEs)
- The games Picross, Kirby Super Star, Tales of's, Zelda games
- Riding my bike around town
- Playing with little "palm sized toys": putty, the little puzzles, other gimmicks
- I love getting my hands dirty (obviously, not in poopoo or something nasty, but like for cooking or art stuff)
- I never get sick of just laying on my bed, with all 5 blankets and 6 pillows, and just wrapping myself in it and getting comfier and comfier
- I will lose my soul if my portable heater stops portably heating.
- Decorating, I take twice as long on most projects because it has to "look good".
- Cleaning.  My mom is a pack rat.  I rise against.
- Driving, gives me a chance to relax as I listen to my tunes, and not the radio's Top 40 (though, Classical/Jazz stations I don't mind).  The scenery is nice and it's quite peaceful so long as everyone drive right
- Art.  When I'm around it, I feel like I'm breathing cleaner air and my mind is stimulated as I think about the history of the piece, the circumstance for it's creation, and the elements within it.

The amount of narrative in this piece is ridiculous, and the circumstances even moreso.  Talking about it wows and makes me happy.

And for you?
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« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2010, 03:32:20 PM »

This applies to virtually anything on earth...
Here steph goes...

- First snowfalls (today was our first decent one!)

Your in SOUTHERN BC aren't you? Be different if you lived in the real arctic. I tell ya... Canadian's don't know what cold really is. First snowfall scares the shit out of me, it means -40F is just around the corner!

Things I'll never get sick of?

Writing and playing music
Driving (too)
Biking while listening to brand new albums, at night (yes, it's dangerous, but worth it!)
Cooking in real kitchens (not my cabin with no water)
Doggies
Warm nights... we don't have those here, ever, so I really really really like them!
Spring, breakup, grass (thank god the -40F is over!)
New Games... good ones
Listening to a newly produced tune of mine, over and over again, and realizing that I really like it (pride + aural pleasure)
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« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2010, 04:11:34 PM »

Things I will never get sick of.

Rain (I love the feel of rain. Ireland is not exactly known for a dry climate so I am happy)
Crash Team racing multiplayer (PS1)
Lamb and baked potatoes
Hillwalking
The Redemption of Althalus by David Eddings (Only the middle section. I have read the beginning and end only twice while the middle is eight or nine times read)
Father Ted
The Crisps(potato chips?) called Skips (I do not even like them that much but they are addictive)
Walking at night while drunk (I mean down country roads not down a street. There is something to be said about looking at the night sky when you are not in your right state of mind)
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« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2010, 04:50:09 PM »

Surfing RPGfan apparently.

I've spent the most time, apart from a few people, looking at the forums but I've only been here a fraction of time. So sad. Must get a life.


I was just going to post the lyrics to "My Favourite Things" here, but I always forget the lyrics after the first verse.

Rain when I'm not in it
The moment just before I slip off to sleep
Listening to Regina Spektor
Grapes, I could eat them forever
Blackadder/Black Books
Reading about bees
Hot Water Bottles
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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2010, 06:00:40 PM »

I never get tired of arguing on these forums.
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« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2010, 06:23:40 PM »

This applies to virtually anything on earth...
Here steph goes...

- First snowfalls (today was our first decent one!)

Your in SOUTHERN BC aren't you? Be different if you lived in the real arctic. I tell ya... Canadian's don't know what cold really is. First snowfall scares the shit out of me, it means -40F is just around the corner!

lmao. Canadians don't know cold...? It gets that cold in Canada (maybe not south BC), trust me. -40F = -40C, and I've experienced that in Calgary and elsewhere. (I also thought Dice was out east but I could be wrong?)

And there's lots of Canada that's at the same latitude (albeit not very well populated :-P) as Alaska. I miss snow but not the freakishly cold weather. Or the way Vancouver acts when it snows. Ick.

So I never get sick of hot weather. because I don't get that much. ;)
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« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2010, 06:59:28 PM »

-sex
-watching movies
-some choice albums
-cooking new food
-eating good food
-driving. what? i think it's fun.
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-xmas decorations
-good whiskey
-the joy of getting sucked into a new videogame
-junk food
-cooking shows
-hanging out with my best friends
-blackhawks and white sox games
-sexxx
-beer
-the occasional herbal cigarette
-tea
-chocolate
-hot tub
-traveling to new places
-my awesome avatar
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« Reply #7 on: December 05, 2010, 07:07:48 PM »

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« Reply #8 on: December 05, 2010, 10:05:17 PM »

Neal. I'm coming to your house with a single, steel-toed boot on one foot. Get your balls out.
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« Reply #9 on: December 05, 2010, 11:10:10 PM »

I never get tired of guitar.  Literally never, ever since I started learning how to play it.  I play it in the morning, I play it in the evening, and I even play the damn thing at work. :P
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« Reply #10 on: December 05, 2010, 11:28:22 PM »

Music, Poetry, Good Food, Talking, Friends.
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« Reply #11 on: December 06, 2010, 01:27:20 AM »

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Your in SOUTHERN BC aren't you? Be different if you lived in the real arctic. I tell ya... Canadian's don't know what cold really is. First snowfall scares the shit out of me, it means -40F is just around the corner!

Southern Ontario...  I'm just a pussycat to the cold, eh? =S

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Rain when I'm not in it

Nothing like falling asleep to the sound of rain against your roof - the street feels so silent.

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Crash Team racing multiplayer (PS1)

With this, I add Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart.  I'm a sucker to many multiplayers though.  I like playing with friends, as a girl with girlfriends, a much rarer commodity for me. =(
Please add me on PSN. ;___;
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« Reply #12 on: December 06, 2010, 09:04:15 AM »

Waking up in mornings when it isn't daylight savings time and it is dark when I get out of bed, because it means I get to see the sunrise before work.
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« Reply #13 on: December 06, 2010, 10:07:04 AM »


Rain.
Snow, when it's falling.
The smell of old books.
Good food.
Writing.
Shopping (for clothes, books and stationery).
Swimming.
Visiting new countries, cafes, restaurants, etc.
Langkawi, the Tanjung Rhu Resort.
My bed. It is a beautiful haven for sleep, rest and writing.
Poetry.
Thunderstorms.
Hugging my loved ones. I have a very huggable family.
Laughing.
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« Reply #14 on: December 06, 2010, 11:34:00 AM »

Hmmm. I suppose this could be enlightening...

Peanut butter! I can't believe I am the first one to say it.
Ys music
Epic movie soundtracks that make my heart swell like those by Howard Shore, James Horner, Hans Zimmer, and of course, John Williams.
Taking pictures - There is ALWAYS something worth taking a picture of.
Going through said pictures looking for the few that really turned out well.
Working in my garden. It makes me happy.
Seeing the look on my sons face when I tell him I'm proud of him or that he did a good job on something. Makes me feel bad for my father who never told me such things growing up(or ever). TMI, perhaps.
Hugging my wife
Pizza! Especially good stuff like Home Run Inn or Connie's.
Good quality dark chocolate.
Gothic architecture
Really great movies like the LOTR films, How to Train Your Dragon(good call, Dice), The Princess Bride, Toy Story 1-3, The Incredibles, Memento, etc.
Exploring new nature preserves/prairies/woodlands. On foot or on a bike. Preferably alone. So humbling.
Nature showing how awesome/beautiful it can be by creating amazing Ice storms, thunderstorms, sunrises/sunsets, and everything else. I will never tire of such things.
Sharing my favorite things with other people, especially when they like them too.
A warm bed on a cold winter night. We currently have fleece sheets on the bed. They are so soft and warm, it makes it hard to get out of bed in the morning.
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