En réponse à Tristan <[log in to unmask]>:

> Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> >What's "IRL"?
> >
> In Real Life. It's that thing that exists when you walk away from your
> computer. I don't know much about it; it sounds like something of a
> scary place.

Nah, it's just a matter of getting used to it. It's a bit like the sea. When
you first put your feet in it, it's extremely cold. Your waist is the most
difficult part to put in, but once you're in until the neck, it begins to feel
better ;) .

 (On another note, I indend to venture there tomorrow in
> an
> endeavor to find a new job (wish me luck!).

Good luck!

 University offers came out
> today and I got into the course I want (yay!) but I'm going to move
> out
> of home to do it---two-to-three hours there and at least that again
> back
> isn't the nicest of thoughts.)

Why? plenty of time for conlanging in the train ;)))) .

> >
> Bah... No such thing anymore. You get *people* of innocence (/me looks
> unhappily at his own innocent self), but not *years* of innocence.

Really want to make me feel *old* don't you?! :((

Anyway, as I often tell to the judge: "I'm still innocent!" ;)))


Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.