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10 Unique Things I Have Done

weather: clear
outside: 3°C
mood: tired but
can't sleep
Not that impressive, but it's a neat writing prompt...

  1. I spoke my first word at 7 months ("").
  2. I had a crush on a boy in Elementary school for 3 years and didn't tell him, didn't tell my friends, didn't tell anyone, didn't write or doodle about it... basically didn't do anything to leave evidence.
    1. I was the only girl in Grade 8 that took Shop (Woodwork, Metalwork, Drafting, Electronics) instead of Home Economics (Cooking, Sewing).
    2. I was one of two girls taking Electronics 9/10 and the only girl taking Elx. 11A.
  3. I took the SAT just so I could use the "I need to study" excuse to not do things with other kids.
  4. I was the youngest person to be added to the British Columbia Volleyball Association payroll as a Local level referee.
  5. I was accepted to the University of Waterloo and withdrew my application. I know, I know... the queue to smack me upside the head starts to my left.
  6. I have tripped over carpet fibres, a painted line in a parking lot and my own toes.
  7. I was the organizing committee chair of a very successful career fair.
  8. I worked several jobs and took a full course load at the same time, one year while I was an undergrad.
  9. I was a guest lecturer for a senior level Technical English class at the Guangdong Engineering University in Guangzhou, China where my father is alumni.
  10. I have been underworked and overpaid.
  11. I married the only guy I ever dated.
  12. I have never carried a balance on any credit card I have ever used.

Okay, so that's 10 things in Base-13. XD


Comments

science_vixen
Feb. 23rd, 2005 09:10 pm (UTC)
depends on whether you see the chan postfix as a seperate word or an extension.
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bride
Feb. 23rd, 2005 10:50 pm (UTC)
So, is the long 'o' the only one that is lengthened by an 'h'? I'd heard of a guy who spelled his name "Ohta", but is that a non-standard romanization to preempt the problems if he spelled it "Oota"?
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bride
Feb. 24th, 2005 02:46 am (UTC)
in "Osaka", fo instance, the 'o' is lengthened.

Oh, that's a new one... it doesn't sound lengthened to me when my husband and his family says it...
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