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About Xaiya

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    The Dough is Rising
  • Birthday 03/22/1994

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  1. Sheesh, to think I joined this forum when it was only about 6 years old. I've been on here over half it's life! Does that make me an oldbie now?
  2. Wow, this thing. I've changed a lot since then, mostly in the extraversion section. EXTRAVERSION 24 ..Friendliness 59 ..Gregariousness 18 ..Assertiveness 2 ..Activity Level 41 ..Excitement-Seeking 41 ..Cheerfulness 50 Plus neuroticism is generally lower, but still high, except for depression. Last notable thing: Liberalism 97 lol So I've basically gone from a depressed wreck to a happy wreck. Woo!
  3. Xaiya

    Finally done

    I applaud your patience! There are a heck of a lot of BoA scenarios, and some of them are... questionable.
  4. Oh dear god. I made these when I was 13, and it really shows. I cringed for all four videos where you played my scenarios 😧
  5. I do believe being trans has had some to do with my financial status. If I didn't spend so long depressed and angry, I probably could've been farther along in life. Alas.
  6. https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/fault-worm-side-story-oc-cast.549176/ We just posted it. Releasing one chapter a week.
  7. I don't think it was SW itself, but more that we're more drawn to online communities since connecting with people IRL is hard as a trans person who hasn't realized. I mean, now that I'm out and living as a woman, I find myself talking to people and friends outside more than I do online.
  8. Coming out as trans is a spiderweb tradition now?
  9. 10 years ago I registered on the fourth of February, 2007. I remember, when I was active, wondering how I and the forums would change in that time and what I would write about. I wouldn't have bet on me realizing I'm a girl and also not posting on SW for years. I'm so inactive I didn't even realize my 10 year anniversary with SW came up two months ago. Whoops. And yet, I still can't help but think of SW sometimes, even though I moved on. It lead to me finding dear friends, and thus in part helped me find myself. Even early on, the forums beat some of the idiotic young little potato out
  10. Xaiya


    http://m.maploco.com...tes=CA-CO-GA-OH Unfortunately, college is financially difficult. I'd love to be able to get further in life so my map could look less pitiful, but that feels very far away.
  11. Well, you're posting here. I'm not saying yes or no, but you are posting here. It is an observation.
  12. The results from openness to experience was horribly innaccurate, so I did not include most of that. There is far more to art than visual representations of things, after all. Just because I wouldn't like to go to an art museum doesn't instantly make me low on artistic interests, silly psychiatrist.
  13. Huh, I haven't posted in this thread since 2008 for some reason. I've certainly been reading. Lately I've been reading a (finished) web serial called Worm. It's fairly interesting, and it's not really something you could read in a single night.
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