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Friday, February 2, 2007

Guhhhhhhh. I've lost my wallet.

I don't have any credit cards inside of it, except for a Lane Bryant one, but my Driver's Liscense and my SOCIAL SECURITY CARD is in there. D:D;lfkadfads fFuckkk. About ninety dollars was inside, too.

I fucking hate humans. I really, really do.


EDIT: Still haven't found my wallet. I have faith I'll find it somewhere. ;; I also put up two new, and craptacular, fanarts. See them if you wanna.

I took an IQ test, and, once again, got a hundred. D: It's average, damnit.

Chelsea, your IQ score is 100

Your overall intelligence quotient is the result of a scientifically-tested formula based on how many questions you answered correctly. But it's only part of what we learned about you from your answers on the test. We also determined the way you process information.

The way you think about things makes you a Linguistic Architect. This means you are brilliant when it comes to language and words. You are also very good at understanding things on an abstract level. You are at your best when you put those two skills together to communicate new ideas and see how they fit into different contexts. You understand math and science on a gut level, even if the equations and science don't come as easily. You can use these skills to be a great communicator or to create a masterpiece.

How did we determine that your thinking style is that of a Linguistic Architect? When we examined your test results further, we analyzed how you scored on 8 dimensions of intelligence: spatial, organizational, abstract reasoning, logical, mechanical, verbal, visual and numerical. The 3 dimensions you scored highest on combine to make you a Linguistic Architect. Only 6 out of 1,000 people have this rare combination of abilities.


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