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Sat, Jul. 16th, 2005, 03:37 pm
skunkanunka: rate me, l337 onez


W h o A r e Y o u . . .

Name: Steve
Age: 21
Hobbies: Socialising, clubbing, going to gigs, reading, listening to music, playing bass / guitar, watching films, playing PS2, wasting time online.
Strong points: Aggressive when determined, good friend, full of wacky ideas & plans, logical when necessary.
Weaker points: Easily distracted when disinterested, stubborn, not so hot with advice 24/7, lazy & disorganised.
Goals: Getting a fellowship rating with the Chartered Institute of Marketing, hopefully leading to a career where I don’t have to work all year round. Touring playing bass in a band. Celebrating Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Having a bigger & better New Years each and every year.
Likes: Hearing a favourite song unexpectedly in a club; bright lights, loud noises and good company.
Dislikes: Waiting for people & repeating myself.

M y F a v o r i t e . . .

Colour: Dark green.
Food: Anything I don’t eat on a regular basis.
Season(summer, spring, fall, winter): Summer
Flavour: Mango

T h e E x t r a S t u f f . . .

What would you either watch/play, anime or games? At the moment, games. I'm kicking arse in MGS3, stuck on GTA San Andreas and am still tooling around with Silent Hill 3 before I go out and buy #4. But I can get pretty big on the anime when the mood takes me.

If you were stranded on a desert island, what 5 things would you bring?
If food & water are a given…
1. Toothbrush
2. Toothpaste
3. Acoustic guitar
4. Pens
5. Paper

Describe yourself in one word: Rampant.

Are you an energetic person or are you a lower energy level kind of person?
I slip back and forth, if nothings going on then I’ll sleep for ages and laze about, if something’s happening or I’m out then I’ll be bouncing all over the place.

Do you act more on impulse or do you tend to think things through?
50 / 50.

What would you say is your motto?
Carpe Diem. It’s cheesy & cliché, but hell, it works. Sieze the day, what can you possibly get out of spending 24 hours sitting on your arse in front of a TV?

What motivates you to start your day?
Half the time; knowing there isn’t much day left. The other half; knowing there’s things to do. My life seems to slip in and out of periods of insane business and pretty much emptiness.

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Mon, Jul. 25th, 2005 05:01 pm (UTC)