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So, er, this is definitely not one of my male friends turned into a lady because the idea amused me to no end. No sir.

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My current avatar at TG. Bit out of date now as my hair's grown to shoulder-length (I cut it AGAIN), but aside from that it's more or less accurate.

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I'M A DOLL LOL.

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This is officially the best, most true-to-life doll of me. At least, it was when I did it a couple of years ago. My hair's grown back to pretty much that length now (I chopped it all to about an inch and a half long in February '09) but I haven't worn those clothes in ages. Time to doll myself again? Perhaps, perhaps...

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Definitely not what happens when the sun goes down. No sir. Certainly no moon-induced zombies round here. Nothing of the sort.

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I used to wear that grey shirt when I was 12 or 13. Now I'm 19 and a half, and I'm still wearing it. I have a t-shirt that I've been wearing regularly since 2004 as well. I should probably buy some new clothes.

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My portrait for the TG 2008 yearbook. It is vastly, vastly better than all my previous ones.

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This is a Steampunk version of myself for a collab at TG. It is a sad, sucky little doll.

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That t-shirt took way too fucking long and it's not even that great. I like the jeans, though.
Oh no, I'm too big for the page ): Click here to see me

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This is the result of over-exposure to MySpace. Gentlemanly killing sprees.

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I wore this outfit when I danced at the side of a motorway this one time. No-one driving by seemed to like my dancing very much, though. The text is unrelated to the motorway dancing incident, I just say that sometimes and then do that idiotic smile.

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I have actually been wearing colours lately, what with it being summer and everything. Although as soon as it gets cold enough, I'm diving right back into all my layery black things.

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This is Laura. She's an alcoholic from mainland Europe and for some utterly stupid and ridiculous reason that I've never quite been able to fathom, she is my friend.

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