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Name: Samantha
Time & Date of Current Moment: 5:20 PM | January 31st
Average Hours of Sleep: On weekdays I get around 5-6 hours usually however I also take like - hour naps most of the time too after I get home from school. And on the weekend, I get 8-10 hours. 
Last Thing I Googled: Chain Chronicle characters
Nicknames: Sam
Birthday: February 3, 1997 (Almost there! Just a few more days~)
Gender: Female
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Height: A little under 5'2. I’m forever short, I know. OTL
Favorite Color: I don’t really have one since I like all the colors, but if I had to choose one, probably red.
One Place that Makes Me Happy: My room of course~
How Many Blankets I Sleep With: I sleep with a thin blanket during spring, summer and fall. And in the winter, depending on the weather, two. And I say depending on the weather since where I live the winters here are usually an extension of fall unless we happen to get a cold front.
Favorite Movie: Don’t have one, I usually don’t watch movies. The last two I remember watching were both anime movies (Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 3: Hangyaku no Monogatari and K: Missing Kings).
What You’re Wearing Right Now: Navy blue sweatpants, a sky blue t-shirt from like 8th grade (don’t know how it still fits me), and a thin gray jacket.
Last Book I Read: Death of a Salesman (It’s actually a play, but it’s close enough), and I’m currently reading my AP Macroeconomics textbook (Chapter 27) since I have to do my outline.
Dream Job: I’m actually not sure what my dream job is. I only decided that I wanted to major in business like last year. I’m not sure what field of business either. I’m so hopeless in deciding a career. OTL
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But it appeared to Dorian Gray that the true nature of the senses had never been understood, and that they had remained savage and animal merely because the world had sought to starve them into submission or to kill them by pain, instead of aiming at making them elements of a new spirituality, of which a fine instinct for beauty was to be the dominant characteristic. As he looked back upon man moving through History, he was haunted by a feeling of loss. So much had been surrendered! and to such little purpose! There had been mad, wilful rejections, monstrous forms of self-torture and self-denial, whose origin was fear, and whose result was a degradation infinitely more terrible than that fancied degradation from which, in their ignorance, they had sought to escape, Nature, in her wonderful irony, driving out the anchorite to feed the wild animals of the desert and giving to the hermit the beasts of the field as companions.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

by Oscar Wilde

Miscellaneous BEER, Olive, Artichoke Heart, and Mushroom Condiment

tapenade (ˈtæpənɑːd) — n a savoury paste made from capers, olives, and anchovies, with olive oil and lemon juice

Well fuck that; ain’t makin’ no beer tapenade!  

Then what will I call today’s little dish?  A spread?  A paste?  Miscellaneous beer, olive, artichoke heart, and mushroom condiment?  As of writing this (this riiiiiiight heeeere), I have yet to create this, er… creation.  So, before I get too into it, let me rant on the word “tapenade” and others like it.

Tapenade?  Seriously?  Apparently, it comes from the Provençal word for capers but, really, I don’t particularly give two shits.  It’s just one of those words that gets to me.  So, I think I know how to pronounce it but it pisses me off, okay?  Tah-pen-ahhhhhd!  Blech!  When I typed it out on my computer and got Stephen Hawking to read it out to me, the idiot pronounced it tape-nade.  Two syllables.  Just as it looks.  Fuck yes.  Hilarious.  So, yeah, it’s one of those words that gets to me.  Like “patronage” (this one is actually the reverse of the Tapenade Issue; pay-trun-idge should be pahhh-tron-ahhhhj in my mind; sounds right classy).  Or recluse (re-cloose should be WRECK-LOOSE! Badass, I know).

So, kids, who’s here to hear me bitch about words and who’s here to watch me gobble down some “food”?  Yeah, you want the “food”, but you can’t have it because you are living inside my computer and your words can’t hurt me (okay, yes they can; I’m fragile).

Step one began earlier this morning: I put out some frozen bread dough to thaw.  Sure I could use a bagel (bag-el, not bay-gull) or some store-bought bread, but I feel like fucking pan frying some home-dough!  No, not toutons, all my NL lovelies.  I’m a dirty mainlander.  This is goddamn panbread.  Pancakes are cakes from a pan.  Panbread is bread from a goddamn pan!  Panbread!

 Ahem.  Hopefully it’s thawed out by now.  I will now depart on my journey of delicious proportions (I might even put on a shirt first) and return in a few moment (though you wouldn’t know, silly little people living in this silly little box).

I have returned.

No, I didn’t put on a shirt until just now.

Okay, so… Got the shit together: a few mushrooms, some artichoke hearts, a couple of sliced Kalamata olives (“SLICED?! You lazy assbag!” “It was all Coleman’s had, yo!” “Fine… Slut”), and beer.

Throw all that jazz all up in Blenderella’s face…



 …and HOLY SHIT, WHAT IS IT?  It looks like a zombie shit out some brains and black mold (‘cause zombies like mold too; gotta maintain a healthy die-t)!  Alright, alright, fine; now let’s put it in a jar for effect…

 …fry up some panbread…


 …and shove dat in ma gaping hole!

This is the first thing I’ve eaten today and I have the slightest hint of a hangover so it better be good.  …and it is!  A little bland (how the fuck is it bland!? MUSHROOMS, OLIVES, ARTI HEARTS, AND BEER!) so I topped one of my panbreads with FGP (freshly ground pepper) and nutritional yeast (or as my friend Katy delightfully calls it: yeas.

 Another successful concoction.  Tomorrow… well, I’ll make something and likely talk about the complicated scientific methods I use when creating recipes and measuring ingredients.

'til next time,

Paul <3