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|Occupation||It's a very long title that translates to "Busy Secretary"|
|Location||Harrisburg, il, United States|
|Introduction||I am a nerd. (Not in the "I call myself a nerd because I am homely but smart and that seems to be the best title for my supreme awkwardness" sense... in the "I LOVE office supplies, standardized tests, grammar and patterns to the point I should probably be admitted somewhere" sense.) I am resourceful and full of absolutely useless knowledge. I am allergic to EVERYTHING. I plan to work until I die, probably at my desk working on "other duties as assigned". One of my life goals is to be a crazy cat lady. I'm only up to 3 cats though. I can't say no. To any job. Ever. So I'm always on some new board ot doing some new task.|
|Interests||Baking, Books, Cats, Crafting, Eating, Eeyore, Graphs, Grammar, Knitting, Kittens, Money, Mexican, Quilts, Quarters, Shopping, Skating, Ukeleles, Uniques, Working, Woot, bonus points to anyone who can figure out the pattern there.|
|Favorite Movies||The Princess Bride. (The period is intentional; There are NO others.)|
Unlike a dog, how can a turtle ever be naked?
I have 2 problems with this question. 1. The prepositional phrase must be related to the question in a clear way, otherwise it detracts from the sentence. 2. Dogs are always naked, as are turtles (unless you are one of *those* people and dress them). If humans can be naked but still have hair and fingernails, animals are always naked unless someone clothes them.