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    • potatojam7
      • hello Shay E.
      • Username: potatojam7
      • In response to: "What is the one thing you consistently spill on yourself?" I'm always spilling grape juice and something chocolate on myself, always on the days when I wear a light color!:)
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    • Favorite poem
      • My favorite poem is Stopping in the Woods on A Snowy Evening by Robert Frost. I think the reason why I love it so much was because it was in the amazing novel Smiles to Go by jerry Spinelli, and one of the main characters rephrases the last two lines as "and smiles to go before I weep/and smiles to go before I weep", which I really liked. The poem itself also has a very nice rhythm, so its fun to say/sing!

      • answered by potatojam7 on 02/20/2013
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    • Your ideal home
      • If I had all the resources I needed to build a home, I would probably build a house that looks exactly like a Dr. Seuss house. By that, I mean, there would be colors everywhere, strange shapes in the walls, and strange patterns decorating the whole place. I could have strange gadgets poking out (like that shoe the Onceler has in his house that he uses to kick people's butts), and maybe a super bouncy trampoline in the yard! All the beds would be made out of marshmallows, too ! (just a random thought that I decided to add) All around the walls, I would have Christmas lights and lanterns so it would always look like a party in my house!

      • answered by potatojam7 on 02/20/2013
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    • Your learning style
      • I would rather try it myself. For some reason, I just need to do things and go through certain experiences in order to understand it! It always makes me mad to see someone else having all the fun while I sit on the side and watch:) I want to have fun too!!!!

      • answered by potatojam7 on 02/20/2013
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    • How did you begin writing?
      • Way back when I was four or five, I was a total girly girl and used to play with barbies every day. When I did, I used to make up stories about them. pretty much all of them were total fluff stories about how barbie went to the mall, met Ken, they got married, etc, etc. The, when I entered Kindergarden, I learned how to write and knew that I could put all those stories on paper. Since I didn't know the whole dictionry most of my first Barbie stories were combinations of letters, words and symbols. Eventually, I learned there were much better things to write about in this world than Barbies, and that is how I started writing:)

      • answered by potatojam7 on 02/18/2013
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    • Staking it out in the Bathroom
      • There I am, standing on a sidewalk with no money, no friends, and most importantly, NO TRANSLATION BOOK! What am I ever going to do?! The only french terms I know are, "Bonjour" and "toilette"! In desperation, I go to the fancy looking restaurant (with a name that I can't even pronounce). I ask the waiter with the moustache, "Toilettes?"
        He puts down the tray of food, looking angry, but responds by pointing a finger in the direction of the bathrooms. I nod thanks, and head off in that direction, accidentially causing atleast five waiters to drop their trays (whoops). Once I open the door, I find an open stall, close the toilet lid, and sit on it. Since I have no clue what to do here, I might as well stake it out in the bathroom....

      • answered by potatojam7 on 02/18/2013
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