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Sep. 23rd, 2004 | 07:23 pm

I'm so tired. I've been walking around SF nearly constantly . Yesterday I saw an old ex of mine and musicwomyn. I do feel a bit sorry or my ex, though cute, and capable of being entertaining, her solution to her periodic depression is to immerse herself in work, I don't think I've ever known her to spend time with herself. She's a really good example of how not to live a life, as hers seems to completely revolve around not living.

I've gone to dark garden's twice, once just briefly while being a bit wimpy and not wanting to talk to anyone, the second time I actually bought a necklace and a choker. I'll need to go back tomorrow to ask about having one of my corsets taken in, and I'm also trying to decide if I'd like to buy another one or two.

I went looking for femme vegan shoes and since I have large feet it is challenging. However they recommended a vegan shoe company in australia who does custom work.

I also stopped buy several stores looking for some goth clothes or even some pants that fit, and each time I become more convinced that I should just learn to sow, as I don't like most of what I find and it rarely fits me.

Oh yes, and I recently though of something really odd. I've historically thought that I was to weird for people to like, because I'm this odd mix of geek, queer, vegan. I realized that in actuality this makes me more interesting and more likable as I'm comfortable in a large number of different subcultures.

And now, what to do tomorrow night. There's The Exiles 8th Annual Folsom ForPlay Party which as of yet, I haven't been able to find anything to wear.. Or the Fairy Butch Folsom St Party..

I think I'm going to go watch a movie now.

Oh yeah, and I've recently had some really entertaining dreams, which I've made a special effort to remember because they were so odd. Hopefully I'll have some time soon to write about them.

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her other side

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from: saltbox
date: Sep. 24th, 2004 08:15 am (UTC)
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I've historically thought that I was to weird for people to like, because I'm this odd mix of geek, queer, vegan. I realized that in actuality this makes me more interesting and more likable as I'm comfortable in a large number of different subcultures.

Quirks definitely make one likeable by other people, or so I've found. The problem is the converse: that quirks (or at least mine) make me much less likely to like other people.

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Diane Trout

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from: alienghic
date: Sep. 24th, 2004 08:19 pm (UTC)
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Hmm... I hadn't thought about it that way, but it does make sense.

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her other side

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from: saltbox
date: Sep. 24th, 2004 11:07 pm (UTC)
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I think it's the case with you too.

Picky quirky people unite!

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adrienne

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from: sapience
date: Sep. 24th, 2004 07:17 pm (UTC)
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I've historically thought that I was to weird for people to like, because I'm this odd mix of geek, queer, vegan. I realized that in actuality this makes me more interesting and more likable as I'm comfortable in a large number of different subcultures.

holy shit. did i actually just read you say this? i'd say your new outlook is definitely having positive effects!

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Diane Trout

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from: alienghic
date: Sep. 24th, 2004 08:18 pm (UTC)
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Yes, yes you did. Now, though I still have the problem where I don't feel like I have a home, but at least I can at least occasionally believe that I can carry on a conversation with a random person.

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