not a beautiful or unique snowflake (nothings) wrote,
not a beautiful or unique snowflake
nothings

What is the meaning of your LJ username?
It's a shortening of my vanity band name, nothing nothings, which shortening I first used as my vanity domain name.

What 3 LJ friends have you known longest?
I guess this would be three people from the old Random & Moira muds. I know that predates my talk.bizarre experience by a little because I started reading talk.bizarre right after rfrancis commented on the mud "make her stop! make her stop!" with respect to a serious of posts from a newly-returning merde. However, the former of those isn't on my friends list, and the latter is only from t.b, so I guess the longest-I've-known are 3 of: fin9901 cks pobig chupchup and any others I'm missing from a quick scan of the list. I don't actually remember which of those were around in 1989 or whenever exactly this was.

Have you had sex with any of your LJ friends?
No.

Is/are your significant other/s on LJ?
N/A

Do you have LJ friends you've never met in real life?
Yes--most of them, since they're mostly people I know from online.

Added question, since this is apparently abnormal in the circles where this started:
Do you have friends you met first in real life, then added to your LJ?
Not really. There are a few people I know from real life who have non-LJ blogs, which I've set up syndication accounts for so I can read them on LJ: linksdotnet, jane_pinckard, rorou_no_onna, bittergreens. (Actually, the first two of those were already syndicated.)

Do you have friends you met first on LJ, then in real life?
None, but plenty that I first met elsewhere online and have since met in RL--2 TinyMUD-era people, 11 talk.bizarre people, and 3 ifmudders.

Does it hurt your feelings when someone unfriends you?
Not really; I know that a lot of my journal entries are pretty uninvolving. (After all, my life is fairly boring.) So, it's not surprising if somebody decides they don't want to read me. (Although it's disappointing that this means I can no longer read their friends-locked posts.)

What would make you unfriend someone?
To quote zadcat: If I find myself constantly skipping over someone's entries, either because I'm bored with them or finding them distasteful, I'll eventually unfriend. When I go to my friends page I want it all to be a treat, not a burden. But I do wish the expression was not as loaded as "friend" and "unfriend".

Do you discuss personal information in your LJ?
Yes, although I haven't been in any relationships since I started it so I don't know how that side of things would go. I generally don't name names w.r.t. work/jobs, though.
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