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ARE YOU LOST?
HELP, I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO RECIPROCATE FEELS.
I am a potato.
AN ASEXUAL POTATO.
Oh look, here’s me with my kids:
I got you something c:
…TO SUCK ON-
I get Tanya to mash em for me.
IM INTO 50 SHADES OF VAG
The five-second rule, most definitely.
How cute, Google thinks I have friends.
Not entirely sure what you mean by “how” but I got diagnosed back in 2001. Halfway through third grade.
According to my mom, I was showing symptoms for quite some time, but no one in my family knew what diabetes (asides from type two) really was.
All I remember was having dinner one night, just like any other night, except I got really really nauseous but, before I was able to get up from the table, I had passed out. Of course I was unconscious for this part- but my dad said they thought I fell asleep so they didn’t do anything until they realized I wasn’t waking up. They then proceeded to freak out and take me to the hospital.
I just remember waking up in the waiting room of the ER a few hours later.
Apparently my blood sugar was over 900 that first night, they kept me for a week before finally letting me out of ICU.
Fun times T_____T
ARE YOU A DIABETIC TOO?
One time, I was at Red Robin and their so-called bottomless fries stopped coming.
I suppose a “sorry” would’ve been nice, I mean it nearly broke my heart.
Shhh, you hear that?
It’s the winds of me not giving a fuck.
So I’d say pretty average.
I don’t like people knowing my specific schedule…something about disappearing for hours on end and not having people know why or where to.
YOU’RE TOO NICE TO MEEEEE.
Hello hello, always willing to help out a potential Anteater! :D
I filled out my application in time, in fact, I was offered a two-year guaranteed housing contract. I chose to live in Campus Village though (for several reasons).
They opened up options for the freshman my year because our class was a little larger than previous ones. Normally, it’s just Mesa Court and Middle Earth, but we were also offered the option of living in Campus Village, Arroyo Vista, and Camino Del Sol.
As for rent- I don’t get charged anywhere near as much as the Residence Halls. Did you want specific monthly rent/costs? Also, you have to keep in mind the pros and cons to living in apartments as opposed to the dorms as a freshman.
Living in the apartments this year, I didn’t get what people call the “freshman experience”. I personally don’t feel like I missed out on much, just because I made the most of living in the apartments. I went out to programs, bonded with my cluster, and got to know my neighbors. The dorms give you that and a lotttt more.
Let me know if you have more specific, or even general, questions (:
I have a few actually,
Pretty sure there are others I missed.