Hi! I’m just an INFJ girl who has a lot of hobbies: playing the guitar,
singing, writing short stories, reading, drawing. As you’ve probably
noticed, I’m also interested in MBTI. My favourite subject is Maths,
because I believe it’s extremely beautiful.
I’m looking for a friend or a buddy and it doesn’t matter where you are
from, what’s your nationality and etc. I love traveling, so maybe one
day we can meet each other in real life.
My native language is Russian, but I can also speak English (C2),
Romanian (B2) and German (A2). I’d love to meet someone from Deutschland
to practice my skills! I could help you learn Russian in exchange.
Another thing I’m passionate about is Japan. I plan to go deeper into
learning its culture and language after I improve my German a little. I
realize that Japan, like any other country, is not perfect, but I love
it the way it is.
Don’t hesitate to write to me! We can literally talk about everything,
but I admit that I prefer deep conversations to “small talk”. I would be
happy if you wrote your MBTI type in your first message. I can’t wait
to talk to you!
Kind wishes, Stacey.
Preferences: • I’d love to meet people who are about my age or older, but it’s ok if you’re not.
• No romantic relationships please.
A few weeks ago, I gave a short presentation to my university’s Math Club on the mathematics behind the Rubik’s Cube and other twisty puzzles. Here are a couple of slides from it, which borrow ideas from Adventures in Group Theory by David Joyner.
okay Pristin sounds cool and they even have their own meaning!
Flash black to Seventeen. Pledis were like
“okay we have bunch of kids here.. how many do we have here?” “17 sir” “right, what should we call them?” “…Seventeen… sir?” “Brilliant! Seventeen it is!”
Few years later… 13 remains
“What are we going to do with Seventeen name without changing them?! David do the math! Anything with seventeen” “13ppl+3unit+1team=17 sir” “Spectacular! Great! Seventeen and oh dont forget to give this script to Seungcheol.”
PTA Sans befriending mothers and fathers who are nice to him and learning about new hobbies like knitting from them
“We still on for those knitting/cooking/language learning classes next week Susan? Y’now if your still interested I can ask Toriel if its ok to have a group study sessions with the kids next Friday, lord knows we need all the help we can get for math homework,David! how was your Kids wedding? all grown up now huh? Hey Hillary I need your professional opinion involving a health issue with Frisk, apparently they arnt drinking enough water but are being stubborn about drinking any, any ways I can get them hydrated?”
Sans only getting offended and angry at the parents in the pta meetings that try to tell him and his friends how to raise there kids in a rude and unhelpful manner or try and force his kid(s) into uncomfortable situations
Sans taking naps through most meetings but immediately being awake and alert when someone trys to push a dress code or make vaccinations optional, or other things along those lines (then falling right back to sleep once he has gotten his way)
Occasionally he jokingly attempts to get snail pie as a actual dessert option in the cafeteria, less jokingly trying to convince people ketchup is a legitimate lunch
February 23, 2010 in Littleton, CO at Deer Creek Middle School, 32-year-old Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood opened fire from a rifle in a parking lot, and wounded two eighth-graders Reagan Webber and Matt Thieu, before being restrained by 57-year-old Math teacher, David Benke, and held until his arrest. The boy’s wounds were critical for the four days following the shooting. In October 2011, Eastwood was found not guilty by reason of insanity.