Hi, I'm Lindsay. 19.
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I like meeting new people, new experiences, food, being vegetarian, many types of music and musicians, body mods, science, and otherwise different and interesting people.

"Don't be scared of anything except letting yourself down. Make very clear distinctions between parasites and creators. Be a creator instead of a second-hand artificial flavour. Do not concern yourself with anyone's opinion of your methods, save your own. Treat people who do not understand what we do with the least amount of energy as possible Live it, don't give in, be original, even when you aren't, Invent the future - then manifest it. So come on, freak us out, be defiant and non-compliant. And above all things be honest, even if there's no end in sight. Know that I do not perform for people, I make music that I love And it's wonderful to watch people in love."




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Posted 11 months ago at 3:02 AM
Massive list of potential names for my future rats :)

One is light gray, one is light tan, and the other is black and white!




Luna

Maia/Maya

Aurora

Sophie

Mia

Lyla/Lilah/Lylah

Kallie

Misty

Daisy

Flower

Aster

Olive

Elvira

Lily

Frankie

Lorelei

Violet

Artemis

Flora

Opal

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Posted 1 year ago at 1:22 AM
I’m getting two rats on saturday :)

they’re gonna be so fun! Can’t wait :)

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If you’re going to called jewellery for stretched ears, ‘gauges’, then using that logic (It’s measured in a gauge, therefore it’s named a gauge), you must also call shoes ‘sizes’, drinks must be called ‘litres’, clothes must also be called ‘sizes’. Fruit sold by the…

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Posted 1 year ago at 1:16 PM
This is for all the people that tend to call every bump on a piercing a keloid. This is what a keloid actually looks like…

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SUBMITTER’S COMMENT: It’s an actual condition, more commonly found in people with darker complexions (15 times more likely actually) and generally severely overgrows the original wound. They are also prone to continually grow even after the original wound has healed. They’re generally only removable with medical assistance.

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