Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

Since everyone else is doing it...

Active and dynamic. Works for me. I spend too much time sitting in my chair, but I compensate by stabbing classmates Monday and Wednesday at 11

Decisive and haste but tends to regret. I just don't know... not decisive here

Attractive and affectionate to oneself. I get a big impression of myself from time to time, but that's about it, I think

Strong mentality. I have no idea what this means, so it must not apply

Loves attention. Oh, I'm all over this one, as everyone should know. I'm not the TMI Crown Prince I don't think, but I'm open to correction if I'm wrong about that.

Diplomatic. I certainly like to think so.

Consoling, friendly and solves people's problems. Certainly true. Well, I'm learning to back off from the ones they don't want solved, but I'm still listening to a lot of rants. My recent RenFair dilemma, of how to

Brave and fearless. Tons of things I'm scared about. Does that change what I do? Not usually, but it does kill this attribute

Adventurous. I don't think so, but this is changing

Loving and caring. Again, I like to think so

Suave and generous. I dunno, this has to be an audience participation thing, but I've heard good things about me

Emotional. Yeah, sometimes

Aggressive. Yes, but I suppose not often when needed


Good memory. So so. I can remember a lot, but it's not edictic or anything.

Moving Motivates oneself and others. >>>

Sickness usually of the head and chest. Never sick, so NA

Sexy in a way that only their luver can see. Ordinarily I'd dismiss the description of me as sexy in any way, but I have gotten enough 2nd hand comments that I'm really going to have to say it must be innaccurate, for whatever reason

Now, I really welcome people correcting, catcalling, or comfirming all my responses.

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