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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #75 on: November 18, 2014, 12:56:42 pm »
Okay, I calmed down a little bit... But really, I'd carry around a huge weapon after even just one experience like that... Holy ****... Sometimes I do bring this meter long metal rod if I'm going on a long road trip and feel worried about my safety so I can hit anyone who gets near me... My experiences are thankfully just stupid. Like when I was at a wedding reception I was bar-tending and this drunk guy was hitting on my sister and sat on her lap... I was like "uh, I don't like that you're sitting on my sister's lap" so he just sat on MY lap and started feeling me up a little and I was just like "WELP, better me than my sister, I guess..." (sometimes I think I was supposed to be her older brother instead of her younger sister.) My situations are more like eye-rolls and exasperated sighs rather than, like, calling the cops. Holy ****.

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« Reply #76 on: November 18, 2014, 01:19:06 pm »
@Ahiku agreed, Weisel is freakin' adorable. (Sorry, Weisel...)

I'm soooooooo glad I don't have to interact with **** like this on a regular basis... it's probably because I never go out and party. Like, I don't think I've even been to a party in my life. Thankfully, my friends and I are a huge nerdsquad, so the creepy **** that happens to me is mostly isolated incidents.
Like, if someone kissed my neck or felt me up without permission, I would probably kick them in the crotch. I really would.
(I mean to say, if it was a party situation. If it was an alone-in-alleyway situation, I'd probably just run the **** away tbh XD)

I live near a big city (or, I do when I'm not at school) which is actually one of the top 10 most dangerous cities in America, but I haven't had any of those creepy experiences you've had... I mean, I tended not to go into the dangerous parts...
This is why I can't live in a city. *shudders*


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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #77 on: November 18, 2014, 02:14:10 pm »
@Weisel: Oh god, I didn't want to scare you or something... I thought your situations were also horrible. >,< I guess I would also hit them when they'd start to sit on my lap or kiss my neck or something.

@Vox: I'm also not going to parties or something like that.
All those things happened during the day... for example that Santa Clause rapist. I met this guy last week (or the week before that... not sure XD) in my first break. I always go outside to strech my legs. There are some medical practices in the building. (I'm just glad he's not one of my coworkers. ^^ There are hundreds of people working in my company, but I'm always so lucky, I bet I would meet him when I've night shift. And when you've night shift you're nearly alone. I'd die. >,<) One time during night shift someone broke into the break room and destroyed the snack vending machine. Fortunately nobody was in the break room when it happened.

Ah, and one time I nearly died because I was really scared. I had my theoretical driving test and my driving teacher was an ****. He took me there, but he didn't pick me up afterwards. It was outside of the city. o_o It was dark and I had no clue how to go back and there was even a little forest I had to go through. Of course I met a man there. And that man came closer and talked to me and scared the **** out of me. (But he just wanted to know the time. ^^) Anyway, it was really scary.

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one of the top 10 most dangerous cities in America,

OMG o_O Please be careful! >___<



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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #78 on: November 18, 2014, 02:55:12 pm »
Once my sister and I were in Pittsburgh at night together after work and this guy came up to us to ask us for help claiming he'd run out of gas and he'd just moved here and blah blah blah this whole long story... My sister was feeling more generous than usual (she later said she only offered to help because when she's around me she's inspired to be kinder to people) so we let him take us to where the nearest gas station was to help... But on the bus, we just kept getting further away from the main part of the city and into this shady neighborhood. So my sister fought the dude to get back the money he'd taken from us and we ran off and I still have no idea what would have happened had things gone a little differently... Then we went home and shared a huge pot of macaroni and cheese and swore never to tell our mother.

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« Reply #79 on: November 18, 2014, 03:11:41 pm »
@Ahiku wherever you're living, I don't want to live there.

My family is very adventurous and we hike a lot, so we've taken quite a few jaunts through the inner city. This one time we were in the worst part of town I ever remember us being in. It was totally deserted. It wasn't back alleys or anything, it was like a normal city block. There were just no signs of life, tonnes of boarded-up windows, etc. Anyway, this guy comes up to us while we're waiting at a stop light (even though there were no cars) and goes, "don't stop. just keep moving. it's dangerous. don't stop." and then shuffles off across the street... It was totally surreal.
We didn't run into anyone else though. Didn't even hear a sound...

In less dangerous parts of town I've seen drugs being exchanged right in front of me XD IDK if that's happened to other people... this one guy just pulled up on a bicycle, handed another dude some drugs, took his money, and rode off again.
Other stuff like that happens...

My most current run-in with creepy men: I had this lab partner for computer science this semester. I really needed him because I am not very good at computer science, and he is. However, he kept calling me by the wrong name and putting his hands on my back and shoulders. And, like, hugging me from behind when I didn't even know he was there. The one time I called him out on it (he ran his hands down my back like a spider and I was like HOLY SH*T DO NOT DO THAT) he was like "why" and when I said "it's weird" he was like "w/e" and did it again... The creepiest part is that every time he touched my shoulders he'd let his hands stay there a little longer, like he was testing my tolerance... during the last lab he actually started massaging my shoulders. Ugh. It was gross.
Anyway, computer science is now OVER so this b*stard is out of my life... He works at my job but my boss is this super cool woman who totally understood the situation, so I never have to have a shift with him yay
He also asked me for my skype repeatedly, and I was like F*CK THAT NOISE

Ugh =.=

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #80 on: November 18, 2014, 06:52:34 pm »
@Vox just... if you have to, use me as your pretend gf and say I'm 'way better at "massage" (ICK HANDS OFF DUDE) than he is so don't even try' if you have another problem with him like the creepy shoulder rub and don't have it in you to literally punch him in the face that day.

Actually everyone has permission to use me as a believable fake girlfriend. Go for it if needed. My real name's Amanda and I'm learning massage therapy in New York and I'm better than any creep. (no really, no one can say they're a better option than a massage therapist, trust me...)

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #81 on: November 18, 2014, 07:29:57 pm »
@Weisel You are the bomb. (Aww, I'd be honored to claim you as my fake girlfriend XD)
I actually had the opportunity to tell him I'm slightly gay and didn't take it... that was really stupid of me... but at the time I didn't realise how creepy he was. It only set in later...

The worst kind of creep is a creep you have sympathy for. At least with strangers, you feel no guilt about defending yourself properly...

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« Reply #82 on: November 18, 2014, 07:44:44 pm »
My only other tip on the matter is to channel your inner Nezumi. It works. Let the sass out. Kick them in the stomach if necessary. Make them paaaaaaay.

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #83 on: November 19, 2014, 12:59:59 am »
I have to say I am more than slightly horrified reading through all the stuff you guys have gone through! I mean, I've had my fair share of icky country guys getting in my face and trying to get my number (half of them chew tobacco - gross!), but I usually shrug them off pretty easily. I did have one guy at school that liked to come up behind me and put his hands on my waist all the time. That was creepy. 

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #84 on: November 19, 2014, 06:13:11 am »
@Vox: God, that science partner of yours... disgusting. >_< Good thing it's over now.

@Weisel: Amanda... that's a really nice name! X3 You're getting cuter and cuter! *hugs you extremely* Massage therapist sounds really great, indeed.

OMG I guess I could need one... or I'll lose all my teeth soon. XD I'm so tense and stressed my tongue is trying to get rid of my front teeth each night when I sleep. Every morning when I wake up I have a feeling as if someone hit me right in the face. Even my jaw is cracking. XD I really have to go to the dentist's next week. x_X I'mgettingoldhelp!WhyamIsoold...

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Urgh, chewin tabacco sounds horrible. o_O The guy in your school isn't there anymore? That's good. ^^

Really, why are there so many creepy dudes. x_X They should leave other people alone.

I'm glad that I don't have coworkers like that. Even though there are some who really love to tease me, it's more funny. Some of them tease me because of my voice. ^^

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #85 on: November 19, 2014, 09:50:55 am »
@Ahiku Jeez... If I'm ever in the same country as you for whatever reason, I'm just giving you a free 90 minute massage... That is if you haven't fallen apart completely by the time that even happens...

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« Reply #86 on: November 19, 2014, 10:23:22 am »
@Ahiku
Instead of a Weisel Protection Society we should just have a Weisel fanclub XD
Also omg, please take care of yourself! D:
also why do people tease you for your voice? you have a nice singing voice... i've heard your covers...

@this-is-our-truth do you live in somewhere very rural/the south because that's the vibe i'm getting
(i'm assuming that chewing tobacco is an american thing but maybe no?)

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« Reply #87 on: November 19, 2014, 11:38:00 am »
@Weisel
OMG thank you! ;_;
But yeah, I guess I'll fall apart soon. On Monday I visited the doctor and had to wait for 3 hours... everytime I raised my shoulders or arms or when I turned my head it ****. I didn't even dare to move anymore, because the other patients always looked at me kinda distracted. X'D That was really annoying.

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Yeaaah, let's have a Weisel fanclub X3
Thanks, I'll take care. I'm staying at home this week. ^^

Oh, they have several reasons. The main one is, that I sound kinda young... at least in their opinion. There's no one in my department who has such a voice, even those who are younger than me sound older than me. ^^ (I don't even think I sound that young... it was worse when I was younger. XD)
Then, ok and this is my own fault... I hoaxed one of my coworkers one time. We were in the same group in the beginning and they made us practise breakdown calls. She didn't knew that I was her telephone partner and I called her and disguised my voice, sounding like a child and screamed: "HELP ME! We had an accident! I think daddy is dead! My daddy *cries*"  (Hey, they wanted us to do overdramatic stuff  for practise^^)
I mean she knew it was just a practise, but she got really nervous and even all the other people who listened and wanted to learn were like in trance and totally flashed. ^^ The coworker was great, she did a great job.  But she was really flustered and a bit mad afterwards. XD Even now she's still holding it against me and aping me, but I guess she also thinks that my voice is kinda cute, because she's always like: "Ha, I know why you sell them so much... it's your voice. When they hear it, they all think: Awwww, that poor child has to work there... I'll buy it!"
But there are also other people aping me when I accidentally let out a high "Yes?" or "Hmmmm..."
Even the coaches. x.x 
But the worst is the Nezumi-like coworker. One time I let out a long: "Hmmmm..." because he talked the whole time and I didn't know what to answer and he was like: "WTF is wrong with you, you sound like a dinosaur!" and then he repeaded the sound like 20 times, until I had enough and rammed his chair with my own. ^^ Meh. <_<

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@this-is-our-truth do you live in somewhere very rural/the south because that's the vibe i'm getting
(i'm assuming that chewing tobacco is an american thing but maybe no?)

I've just seen tabacco chewing in animation movies... and it was always some kind of wild west cowboy style, when they chew it and spit it in a bucket. >,<
But you can als buy it here and chewing tabacco is "Kautabak" in German, so it's not just an American thing, but I guess it started there. o.o It's not very common here. I've never met a person before who's chewing this stuff.


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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #88 on: November 19, 2014, 12:03:37 pm »
I have no idea what my voice sounds like in comparison to others... The only time it really stood out was the first time I tried out for drum major when I was 14. We were yelling commands and I was told not to sound like a man when I did it. But that's my loud voice, not my normal voice... (though it's funny to imagine myself sounding like a man when I'm this really short little lady pffff)

I just listened to a recording of myself and I really don't sound like a man, I guess. If any of you really feel the need to know what I sound like, here you go. http://weiselzelle.tumblr.com/post/95163282984/just-a-skype-conversation-with-maddie-from-a-few It's mostly me struggling to speak because I'm laughing so much over the idea of Shion/Safu in the bedroom.

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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #89 on: November 19, 2014, 12:45:37 pm »
What? Shion doesn't want to waste gas while driving around because he's too stupid too understand what Safu means when she's saying "Take me!"? And he wants to take her to a Chinsese place or watching a movie? LOL XD Sorry, my listening comprehension sucks.
I just say pure prism gleaming crystal wisdom gem of hope... right, vox? XD

Ahh... you don't sound like a man, it's not even a very deep voice, it's not very high either. It's somewhat in the middle. :) You could voice females teenagers and maybe also little boys when it comes to voice acting. X'D  But dunno what happens when you scream. XDDD My voice is usually higher when I scream. ^^

Here... I've tried to talk in English. I guess it sucks a lot, lol X'D
http://ahikuboruchi.tumblr.com/post/89676936436/ive-reached-about-1000-followers-now-never

AHHH, I nearly forgot that I tried to voice Safu once.... LOL XD Even in English. I always wanted to try and lend Safu my voice. I think I don't fit at all... and I tried to let her sound a bit more mature orz (and I guess she has a weird accent when I voice her, but I also did it in German afterwards.)  I guess Lili would be the better choice.
http://ahikuboruchi.tumblr.com/post/92857409676/god-i-really-wanted-to-try-it-out-for-such-a-long
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