The People I Know

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She is gullible, unaware of her own ignorance, opinionated, and convincing. Give her a few years, and she'll be buying pasta strainers and egg poachers from late-night infomercials. With just the right hint, she will find her way in front of the camera, prattling on about a diet pill that takes stains out of laundry.

He is educated, immature, prideful, and vain. You don't have to ask to know; he definitely thinks that song is about him.

She is beautiful, clever, strong, and vulnerable. Her passion is her greatest asset and her greatest weakness, but she doesn't know it yet.

He is argumentative, brilliant, sentimental, and broken. I miss him.

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

Excellent portraits of people you know. I may have to steal this idea... As for the second one, those aren't very nice things to say about me. ;)

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

I always look forward to your opinion when I write more . . . "abstract" posts. So I'm glad you like this. And I hope you know better than to think of yourself as immature or prideful. Normally, I wouldn't call you vain, either, but well, you've left me no choice. :)

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

Definitely a good one.

As for the vanity thing, it's all a show. Deep down, I'm really incredibly humble.

Also, I did steal it. It's already written, and scheduled for Monday. SO TAKE THAT.

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

BUT YOU ALREADY TOOK THAT. STOP SETTING UP IMPOSSIBLE RESPONSES, BRAIN.

LovelyAnomaly

LovelyAnomaly

I love this. I may also steal it sometime. ;)
I also love that you are still posting even though November is over.

LovelyAnomaly

LovelyAnomaly

Why don't I get a pretty picture next to my name?

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

FIXED. Now you have a VERY pretty picture next to your name.