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18 Oct 2021, 5:14 am

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I have considerable experience of 'fatigue', but I'm not sure that I deal with it very effectively.

Do you think Wrongplanet will still be around in five years time?


I do, yes.
Do you like form fitting layers clothing (for the sensation of being squeezed) or do you prefer the feeling of less clothing?


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18 Oct 2021, 6:59 am

Neither. Both??
Tighter and thin on the legs, a bit loose on the torso, light on the shoulders... Less to no weights on the head/face...

... It's not exactly common to wear in layers from where I came from. It'll be too hot. :lol:



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18 Oct 2021, 8:56 pm

Neither, I usually prefer loose clothing that covers my arms and legs.

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18 Oct 2021, 9:06 pm

I like looser clothing. I hate form-fitting things.

Do you like sour candy?


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18 Oct 2021, 9:38 pm

Depending which flavor is the sour part.
I'd like citrus and some fruit based flavors like orange or lemon, but I wouldn't like something like tamarind.

But sure, I'd go to nerds but not skittles. :lol: I'm picky like that.


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19 Oct 2021, 5:46 am

I LOVE sour candy, but it can make my stomach hurt (citric acid can be harsh on the stomach). Sour skittles are pretty amazing.

What is your favorite tree and why?


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19 Oct 2021, 8:31 am

Flown wrote:
What is your favorite tree and why?


Well, it's definitely NOT my family tree... As far as type goes, I'm a big fan of flowering trees like flowering dogwoods, almond blossoms, etc. However, while I know it wasn't the point of the question, my favorite tree is the one I visit on my daily walk in the park near my home. I don't know what genus it is or anything, only that it feels like a friend.

What is you favorite animal - and if you want to be an over-achiever:

1. Favorite animal you know personally (like a pet or neighborhood pet)
2. Favorite species (like dog, giraffe, elephant, etc.)
3. Favorite mythical animal (griffon, unicorn, etc.)



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19 Oct 2021, 8:56 am

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What is you favorite animal - and if you want to be an over-achiever:

1. Favorite animal you know personally (like a pet or neighborhood pet)
2. Favorite species (like dog, giraffe, elephant, etc.)
3. Favorite mythical animal (griffon, unicorn, etc.)


1. My Snorri pup (He's my ESA. An American bully/chow chow/GSD mix who weighs 105lbs.)
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2. This is such a toughie. I have too many favorites to list, so I will list one of the most recent animals I've seen!
This is Phymata fasciata. It is an ambush bug, and it was sitting in wait on some Eupatorium serotinum in my yard. This species can change its hue between pale white and yellow (much like Mecaphesa sp/crab spiders). It often takes on the yellow form in late summer and fall (in order to match the yellow wildflowers of the season).
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6-7 days later it had changed to match the Eupatorium:
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3. Faeries.

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19 Oct 2021, 11:06 am

1. The squirrel that lives close and stops in to visit and get treats every day. He's started coming a few inches in the door when I leave it open to let me know he's here.
2. Mountain lion.
3. Alicorns!

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19 Oct 2021, 11:25 am

1)Dog V4
2) English Bull Terrier
3)Werewolves

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19 Oct 2021, 11:27 am

1. My cat Pepper.
2. Chimpanzees and bonobos.
3. Sand seals, from BotW.

Have you ever had your blood drawn?


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19 Oct 2021, 11:46 am

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Have you ever had your blood drawn?

Yes, more times than I can remember.

Do you have any known/diagnosed genetic conditions or chronic health issues? If so, what are they?


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19 Oct 2021, 2:34 pm

I don't have any diagnosed genetic issues or abnormalities, but since autism in my family is hereditary (so obviously genetic) and I have it, I guess I technically do have one. lol I also have asthma and some digestive issues that were diagnosed as eosinophilic esophagtitis, but the symptoms honestly seem closer to Crohn's or UC now that I know more about them + my digestive issues.

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I like playing video games, watching cartoons and anime, reading, and cooking.

I also enjoy learning + cataloguing information about different types of animals and plants.

Empathy Quotient: 34/80
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Autism Quotient: 36/80

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Your broader autism cluster (Aspie) score: 144 of 200.
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You are very likely on the broader autism cluster (Aspie).


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19 Oct 2021, 2:56 pm

I'm not sure if I can even remember them all, but here is what I can think of at the moment (some conditions are comorbid):

-Hypermobility spectrum disorder (possible hEDS?)
-TMJ-Disorder
-Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myofascial Pain Syndrome
-Raynaud's Disease (with chilblains)
-Sicca syndrome
-Migraine with Aura
-Temperature Dysregulation (heat & cold intolerance)
-Dysautonomia
-GI dysmotility (gastroparesis)
-Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
-Hypotension
-Adrenaline surges
-Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (and multiple allergies)
-Degenerative disc disease (arthritis)
-seasonal asthma
-Folate, Vitamin D3, and B12 deficiencies
-some other neurological stuff going on that i'm in the process of diagnosing

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20 Oct 2021, 3:02 pm

I also have chronic anemia, for some reason. I need to get my blood tested and probably get further tests. I forgot to add that. :?

What do you like in your coffee and/or tea, or do you just like those things plain?


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I use he/him pronouns.

I like playing video games, watching cartoons and anime, reading, and cooking.

I also enjoy learning + cataloguing information about different types of animals and plants.

Empathy Quotient: 34/80
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Autism Quotient: 36/80

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CAT-Q: 153
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Your broader autism cluster (Aspie) score: 144 of 200.
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20 Oct 2021, 8:57 pm

Milk and one sugar in tea. I don't really drink coffee.

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