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I'm 19
I'm lovely
I'll put some stuff here one day...

A picture of me what i made :)

Another picture i made


What Flavour Are You? I am sweet, like Sugar.I am sweet, like Sugar.

I am all sweetness and light; fluffy bunnies and dancing fairies; happiness and joy. Too much of me will make you sick. What Flavour Are You?

How to make a YouSmellLikeBroccolli

5 parts anger

1 part brilliance

5 parts beauty
Add to a cocktail shaker and mix vigorously. Add a little curiosity if desired!


Personality cocktail
From Go-Quiz.com

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» Dentists

My dentist was called mister Bloor, which was pronounced Blower... made me giggle a lot...

I dont really have a story to go with it, but his name amused me!

My sister emptied his waiting room once screaming so loud... other than that it was all pretty boring.

/shrugs and leaves
(Mon 6th Nov 2006, 5:25, More)

» Restaurants, Kitchens and Bars... Oh my!

Kitchens are funny...
but to be fair, they are dirty, horrible places. I currently work in the kithens of a local pub as a chef (which is laughable in itself) and the stuff that happens to that food before it goes through them doors is horrible.

Everything is generally pretty dirty where it's been used for something else but thought to be clean enough in an "it'll do" type way, because usually its easier to pick up the dirty tongs to throw the food at the nearest plate than wander around with a hot tray in your hand and burning the ends of all your fingers! I used to work in another kitchen which was in the midlle of nowhere and that was much like the afore mentioned "vice dens" whith the head chef taking god knows what and doing god knows who in the cellar!

In every kitchen i have worked in there is a universal rule, the "if it doesn't bounce more than twice its safe to go on the plate" rule, although 90% of the time if it bounces more than twice, it still goes on the plate! (It's easier than cooking another!)

All in all though, its usually fun working in the kitchen. The general public don't get to see what you're doing, so messing around is very common, within reason. I once had a fish head thrown at me in jest, but the chef didn't realise i had a knife in my hand (even though i was chopping carrots) and when he shouted "THINK FAST" i swung round and sliced the fish head clean in half, with half landing in the bin and the other half in the sink.

It's a dirty job but someone has to do it (even if it is only temporary!)
(Sat 22nd Jul 2006, 0:15, More)