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Printed from https://www.writing.com/main/books/entry_id/571209-Weird
by TAofR
Rated: 13+ · Book · Biographical · #1312019
Because I was born and raised on the moon
#571209 added March 3, 2008 at 1:28am
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Weird
Saying I'm an odd child would be the understatement of the millenium.

While people my age want a good car, or really nice and expensive clothing, or any of that stuff I want something entirely different. Yea, ok, I still want nice things, like nice clothes, and yea, ok I'm not so interested in driving, but one day I will want you know, a nice car. But I also want strange, and useless things that I'll never get, but its nice to daydream I have sometimes.

Sometimes, I have this weird craving to go out and buy pretty locks and keys, and throw them all together in a room. Decorating the walls. Sometimes, I want to buy old cameras so I can take them apart and see how they work, and maybe see if I can put them back together again. Other times, I do take things apart, and try to make toys out of them, like kaleidoscopes or something. Its worked out.....relatively ok...I think...

Most of the times, I get cravings for buying pens. Pink pens mostly, or jolly looking pens that make me giggle. I can sit for hours reading a book and trying to latch on to small details. I get cravings for a new books every month or so, and its SO HARD not to go and buy 10 books at a time, even if I really want to.

So, I guess, while others want cars, and nice clothing, or nice electronics...I just want a round metal ball of light that lets me see faeries at night....
....but nice clothes are nice too *Bigsmile*

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