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Myself: Yahoo! Answer refugee, a student and a mystery story lover. Currently trying to write one.

Why am I active here? Because I lost my fear nerves, ever since I was born.

An extremist (in everything), an overthinker, impulsive, mostly hopeless at argument, 80% bookwise and 20% streetwise, having a tendency to land onto unnecessary troubles… hell, that’s me.

^^^ Err…what do you mean “me”? I don’t have any of those traits!
Sorry, that’s my other “me” who said that. I am a combination of at least 3 people. That explains why my mood cycles a lot. If I act crazy or stupid sometimes, it’s just my me’s who are messing up or having quarrels.

And what is my area of expertise? Currently NOTHING! Hahaha!

My big secret: I’m an internet Mafioso :P

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nutallergy's avatar nutallergy said

Regarding your answer:
Thank you for answering. :)

1 month ago

SecondHandStoke's avatar SecondHandStoke said


November 16th, 2014

IheartMypuppy's avatar IheartMypuppy said

Regarding your answer:

That was a pretty darn good response, it made me laugh at least

November 9th, 2014

SecondHandStoke's avatar SecondHandStoke said



August 12th, 2014

Jonesn4burgers's avatar Jonesn4burgers said


The photo is very funny. You have a beautiful sense of humor.
I am sorry your roller coaster is no fun. Me, I can’t ride the darn things anyway. My equillibrium puts up a fuss over them. I love ferris wheels though.
Fairs have evolved in our metropolitan areas, but they started as an agricultural event, and in many areas, it still is. It was a place for farming folk to bring the best examples of their crops, livestock, sewing, gardening, baking, and other rural skills. Manufacturers of farming equipment and contemporary home technology were the main advertising to view there. Local people were chosen to judge the goods brought by the farmers, their wives and children, and the winners were awarded small prizes. It was a chance for people who were mostly isolated by their demanding rural lives to get together, brag about their skills, show off, have fun playing games, enjoy some rare treats.
The movie Charlotte’s Web shows the way fairs used to be a little. A very good example is a very old movie called State Fair. It is about the Iowa state fair back in the forties or fifties. The place where they park their campers looks just like a place I used to go fishing when I lived in Iowa. I have been to the state fair in Des Moines, Iowa. It is pretty big, and the people who exhibit their goods there take it very seriously. People from all over the world admire the success of Iowa pork farmers and corn growers, and the state fair draws an international crowd.
If you are curious, you could Google Iowa state fair, or butter cow Des Moines Iowa.
I used to take things to county fairs when I was a kid. My baking, especially brownies, and sewing projects always did very well. I once took a complicated string art project, and got first place for that. I think my prize was $3.
Anyone is allowed to participate in their county’s fair, but to bring to the state fair, you have to get first place at your county fair first. I qualified every year that I participated, but my parents didn’t want to travel so far just to let my brownies get judged at a bigger fair. I totally understand that, but just one year, they should have saved up enough to do it, just to have that special, amazing experience of being better than average.
Anyway, thanks for sharing details of your fun events. I hope my looooong share has been interesting for you.

July 12th, 2014