AmaXennos wrote:@Everyone; If an employer gave you an very strange package (as in smells wierd, shakes, purrs, and occasionally sneezes pink glittter) and gave you the choice of taking it to a person or keeping it. Would you keep it or take it to said person?
Considering I'm self-employed, I find this question is troubling.
AmaXennos wrote:@Everyone; Can you cook? And can you do a cart wheel?
While I believe my culinary expertise is at least on par with the average man's, I find that not everyone agrees with me. (It is possible they are just jealous of my ability, it is important to consider that).
Additionally, while I don't see the relationship between these two questions, in regards to cartwheeling I will go ahead and just say, "Not really, no".
AmaXennos wrote:@Everyone; Where do you get your clothes?
I have a tailor in town I frequent when I feel my wardrobe has fallen out of fashion. While I can't say I'm very concerned about what others think of my appearance, matching the local dress is important if you need to blend in.
AmaXennos wrote:@Fie; How many pairs of glasses have you gone through since you got your first pair or are they not even real?
I don't see the merit in wearing glasses that "aren't real" (I will assume you are speaking about the corrective power of the lenses). They are not a fashion accessory and I assure you they are quite necessary in order for me to see. I have been wearing glasses for about 150 years, but I do still have my original pair somewhere in my bag. I have "gone through" exactly ten, including the set currently sitting on my nose, and their match in my breast pocket. Five for distance, and five for reading. They last quite long, as I know "Mend", but wearing the same pair forever would be boring.