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Tag 10 people you want to get to know better

I was tagged by blogging-phelddagrif

Name: Elspeth (sorry, I don’t give out my real name anymore.  Had an unpleasant experience a couple of weeks ago.)
Time and date: June 20th, 3:51 p.m.
Average hours of sleep at night: 7-8
Last thing I googled: zendikar incarnate

Birthday: Nope sorry
Gender: Female
Sexual orientation: Bisexual
Height: 5′8′’
Favorite color: purple
One place that makes me happy: my bed
How many blankets I sleep under: 1 quilt, 1 sleeping bag
Favorite movie: Paprika
What I am wearing right now: jeans & Ravnica sweatshirt
Last book I read: Paladin of Souls
Most used phrases: Does “Zeleren” count as a phrase?
What I last said to a family member: “Talk to you later”
Favorite beverage: COFFEEE
Favorite food: chocolate
Last movie I watched: Paprika
Dream vacation: SDCC 
Dream wedding: The one I just had, I suppose?
Dream pets: 2 large dogs, 1 small dog
Dream job: Creative Team, WOTC

Anything else you’d like to share with the class? I write a lot.  And have occasionally been accused of being Doug Beyer (I swear I’m not.)

Let’s see…I’ll tag: flavoracle, responsible-reanimation, avacynguardianangel, counter-target-spell, arsenictyphoon, necrogen-egregore, lovisacoldeyes, fallenwithstyle, planeswalkerofthefive, femtg

I genuinely hate the terms “geek girls,” or “nerd girls,” or “gamer girls,” or anything like them, because they are almost exclusively used by geek or nerd men to either 1) explain why these women are fakes and shitty or 2) why these women are great (as if we’re a fucking hivemind) and fuckable and how badly they want and deserve them. 

Miss me with this shit.

Women who enjoy geek or nerd activities and interests, if you use the term to describe yourself, that’s fine and this rant is not at all directed towards you.