aka Stephanie

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  • I live in Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • I was born on March 22
  • My occupation is I'm a Rides Operator at a well-known amusement park
  • I am a platypus bear that poops Yuan
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    Moving to Tumblr

    July 24, 2015 by Steph32597s

    Hey guys! I wanted to write a long post, but it didn't happen this week. But I did make a major decision.

    I made the decision to move my blog to Tumblr. This blog was a good start, but I actually want to have more of a following than just the few people that read everytime I post about it on Google+.

    I chose Tumblr for a few reasons:

    1. Easier to share on other sites. "Raimundo Pedrosa Should Have Been My Username Wiki" has a really long url and it always has to come along with an explanation on how it got the name and blah, blah, blah.
    2. Easier to see who has been viewing my work.
    3. There are more options of ways to share content. I can blog, share pictures, record videos, etc. Here, I can do all that, but I need a link or I have to upload it to the …

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    Hey, guys! is is just a segue of sorts between blogs. I didn't receive enough questions or confessions to make the blogs I previously mentioned, but I got one interesting one for advice that I felt like I could make a whole blog about. Also, I didn't want to let the question pass without responding to it at all. So here we go!

    "My friend confessed that he blatantly lied to me about a secret. It's someone else's secret, granted, but in this case I'm entitled to know it for protection of my well-being in social relationships. The secret isn't incredibly huge, like cheating on a partner, but it's mildly important. He topped it off by adamantly stating that he won't ever tell me.

    Normally I would respect that it isn't his secret to tell, but if …

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    Oh hi, guys! This is going to be a super short post because I wanted to point out something.

    I felt like I have seemed really conceited lately. I've said a lot of things and bragged about myself. And I hate that I've been doing this.

    See, I feel like I put myself on some sort of pedestal. I've been giving myself a "Hey! Look at me! I'm special!" vibe, when that is very far from the truth. 

    I'm just a normal person like all of you. I require food, water, shelter, and oxygen. I give into some of those temptations that I say I'm above. I do a lot of childish things and I want to apologize for hiding them. I genuinely feel bad.

    So I have an idea for a solution that might make me feel better, as I believe that I am not the only individual having th…

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    This is more of an informational post than a social one. It is now a minor issue.

    Again, it's probably not appropriate for children.

    I'm now getting a ton of crud from the blog post I made this morning. Not from any of you, but from people in my personal life. I was given a talking to/chewed out for promoting responsible sex. Let me repeat that: RESPONSIBLE sex. Seriously. I just wanted to say a few things in response.

    I said this in my blog:

    Sex is a great thing. Under the right conditions. It is a personal choice that is a very mature one to make. I'm going to offer my views on the topic and if you have a problem with that, turn away now.

    I warned people that the blog would be opinionated. And by the title, you can tell that I clearly lost my …

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    Exam Stress

    May 13, 2015 by Steph32597s

    nnHi, everyone! I have work every afternoon this week, but that won't stop me from getting a couple of blogs out! This time of year is very difficult for nearly every student. If you've been living under a rock or aren't in school anymore, you'll know that May is exam month. Being so close to the end of my school years, I thought I'd share with you how I've managed to get through nearly four years of stress-filled exams.

    In my eighth grade year, I took my first exam. I decided to take a Freshman Spanish class, which I loved and learned a lot of useful information in. But one thing I did not realize was that I also had to take this big test at the end of the semester. I really didn't understand what an exam was or why I had to take it. All I…

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