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Hmm... dunno...
probably ponder if it's really you and make awkward attempts at greeting you :lol:

What was the last thing you saw? (as in video/episode/movie)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAbNbOiK650

MISTERRR FOOOOOOXXXX!!!!

Ever watched/saw some food where you could feel your blood veins close because of all the fat/sugar that was in it?
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Yes,
I did

(only watched photos, thankfully)


Do you like coffee and if you do, when did you start to drink it?
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I despise coffee.
It's too bitter, even when sugar is added..it's still BITTER! D<

Do you or did you play sports? If so, what sport?
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I have not, but I used to do a lot of free running as a hobby. Haven't done it in years though.

What color is your eyes?
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Blue.
Can you describe your perfect person in one sentence?
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Imaginary.

Do you know multiple languages other than English and/or your native language?
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German, veeeeeeeeeery tiny bit of Japanese (studied 1 year) and Persian (~6 months)

Have you been on a sea vacation?
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If you mean on the sea, then noup. I like the land, thank you very much. Though I wouldn't mind going on one.

Would you rather see fire? In the mountain? Or set fire to the rain?
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I fancy seeing fire inside the mountain, seeing fire burning the trees, and seeing fire hollowing souls, seeing fire, blood in the breeze.
And I hope that you remember me~~~


Related question, did you read Hobbit + Lord of the Rings trilogy?
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I haven't. Although, I wouldn't mind reading it with you. If you fancy reading it again, in case you've already read it? And if we should read it, we should read it together. Raise a toast for finally meeting each other.


Do you fancy fanfiction or normal, more original, books?
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Sorry Tensa, I didn't read it. I actually dropped Hobbit after first chapter and never touched it again. However... If I read it with someone, maybe even with you, it would suddenly become more interesting~?

More original books. However shameful it is, if I read fanfiction then this is actually for smut or (in rare occasions) for laugh. Aaand in general I don't like fanfictions that have more than one or two chapters, while the "normal" book should have at least 200 pages to interest me. Double standards, but I guess at least in that case they are not harmful for anyone.
Oh, but that 200 pages standard doesn't apply to light novels.


What kind of emoticon(s) do you use most often?
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i rely more on kaomoji... ^^'
I do the various smiling ones mostly, i suppose... even the sobby smiling ones like ; v ;
for regular icons it's always :D


Would you say you get attached to things easily? Be it people or items/things/places..
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I only get attached to places and things.
In this case, majority of my belongings containing 2D men >____<

What's your daily routine?
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During a work week: Wake up, get dressed, make breakfast, go to work, go home, have a few minutes to play videogames/Skype, go to bed.

On Friday, same routine but the last two replaced with training and depending on how tired I am, bed or skype/videogames.

Weekends: Satruday depends on my plans, mostly videogames after waking up and breakfast.
Sunday is waking up, breakfast, training and videogames.


What do you know from the Netherlands?
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