Haha, oh man, I lived in Escondido ages 12-17. Yeeeeah. Lots of churches 'round those parts.
Thanks for giving such an open and interesting interview! A really good read.
@Emby Yesssssss Haunted! Such a good album, touching and creepy at the same time!
@frigwiggin I was just logging in to say the same thing! I devoured all the entries and then made this face when they ended --> D:
@Hammitt Yeah, I moved here from the States as well and I just can't believe what goes on in the name of 'preserving historic buildings'. Especially since some of the stuff that gets listed is ugly '70s concrete block that really could do with being knocked down and replaced with something that's less of an eyesore... ahem, anyway. I'm all for preserving gorgeous old buildings but why can't *everybody* get to enjoy them, not just people willing to climb up a million stairs every day?
Taxis in the UK (at least in Scotland) are much more wheelchair accessible than taxis in the UK (generally) but OH MAN THE BUILDINGS. So many old buildings here have been 'listed' which means they can't have any major renovations done to them, which means no ramps, no lifts, no wider doorways, etc. It drives me NUTS and I still can't get over it as an able-bodied person; I can't even imagine how frustrating it must be for someone in a wheelchair to negotiate.
All the licking! All the chewing! And the peeeeeeeeeeeeets. Man.
@collier And (just) enough pens for everyone!!
@MrsLlama I remember in high school we called my best friend's crush 'Trash Can' and I have NO IDEA why. And I think mine was called Batman? Again, can't remember any reason why he would've been gifted with that lofty moniker.
@Katie Heaney OMG Fake superpowers! Mine is picking the exact right number of things I need (like paper clips, or envelopes) without looking/counting them out. But I can't be thinking about it beforehand or it... doesn't work?
Holy crap, I lived 'on the other side of the tracks' from that neighborhood in high school. This is really not a new phenomenon.