Well now.

Apr. 12th, 2012 02:01 pm
noblescientist: (Star Trek)
Unusual for me to go an entire month without posting anything, but nothing I regard as important has happened. I've been watching Star Trek in my spare time (of which I have plenty); I've been going to my college two days a week; I've made a couple of new characters (one of which is T'Roma, a Vulcan, and the other of which is an incomplete, unnamed shapeshifting character); and one of the boys from my college decided to give me his N64 (and nine games), simply because he doesn't use it.

Oh yes. It seems that my MBTI test result is slightly flexible; every time I take one specific test, I get INTJ, whereas another similar test always gives me ISTJ. Not a big difference, and I do tend to rely more on sensation rather than intuition. Obviously, if I'm sure I'm right, I "go with my gut", as it were, but that isn't a common experience for me. Generally I focus on facts.
(I think I'll go take that first one again, just to see what it says this time.)
EDIT: I re-took the first one; it seems my sensing-vs-intuition must be what mood I'm in or something. I just got both answers by tweaking one question, about which I was already on the fence. So, depending on my mood, I'm INTJ or ISTJ. Intriguing.

There's a Frankie Stein doll that's supposed to come out tomorrow. She's $4.13, in honour of Friday the 13th of April. I found out about this a few weeks ago; however, I misunderstood the dates. I thought she would be sold from 1 April to 13 April, rather than coming out on 13 April. When Tayla and I went shopping the other day, though, she found several, so we each have one. (She also bought one to alter, and make into her own character, Star. I've got to find a Cleo or Ghoulia doll to do mine.)

Thankfully, watching so much Star Trek in my spare time leaves me little time to get bored.

Unfortunately, my insomnia is the same (and worse, at times). It's a good thing Vulcans only need a few hours of sleep per night.
noblescientist: (Cleo de Nile)
When did I become such a girlie-girl? Really, I just went to the ladies' room on break specifically to refresh my lip gloss (which I seldom wear) not because my lips were getting dry, but because it didn't look as good as this morning.

I think this scares me a little bit. No idea why. (I should not be embarrassed by this. BUT I SO AM.)

Also, unrelated whine: waaah I miss my hair :<

I want to learn how to do a French twist. I cannot do this with ridiculously short hair (or even moderately short hair, but that is not what I have).

And I want an Irene.

PS: for those of you who do not yet know, I may end up in Boston for my next semester (and so on) of college. Because I can't do my intended major (forensic anthropology) in this state. What the hell, RI.

Oh yeah, and I found a Nefera doll yesterday, totally by coincidence! I randomly decided to stop in Wal-mart and K-mart when Tayla stopped at BK for dinner, and there were two Nefera dolls at K-mart.
Let me just say, the size difference is really odd. Besides that, they should have changed the size of the bloody doll stand to match the doll. But no, Nefera's stand is the same as all the other dolls, which are a good centimetre or two smaller and made in a less muscular-looking fashion. Therefore, my Nefera doll has to stand up specifically by leaning the stand against the side of my shelf. Really, Mattel, use your heads.

On the subject of Monster High, Tayla's been comparing me to Clawdeen for ages... and finally gave up on it and admitted I'm more like Cleo XD
Because while I am pretty loyal to my friends, I often come off as (and sometimes am) the Queen Bitch. It's useful; I effortlessly repel idiots and therefore don't often have to talk to stupid people ;D
noblescientist: (Methos)
Monster High: Ghoul Spirit

Main review-- spoilers )

TL;DR (Game Informer-style stats)
Total Score: 4/10
Concept: meet and connect with all the Monster High characters.
Graphics: blocky, pixelated; as if they were trying too hard for their CGI capabilities
Sound: repetitive midi-style music and unoriginal, redundant phrases every time the characters speak to you
Playability: easy controls, though with awkward angles, and overly simplistic missions make this easy for anybody over the age of ten, and boring for most over the age of fifteen
Entertainment: a one-track game with a series of absurdly easy missions
Replay Value: moderate to low
noblescientist: (Batty)
Monster High related, peripherally. )

Oh yes, and my Halloween costume is done. Finally. Looks pretty damn good, actually. Not sure what shoes I'm wearing with it, because Clawdeen Wolf's badass sandal-boot-things are nothing like anything I own that I'd wear in late October. Too cold.

And I finally have a functional phone-- it's not a good phone, but it's functional-- and its name is Vaan. Because I couldn't think of a name for it and I've been playing Final Fantasy XII a lot. Unfortunately, it doesn't talk to Paine, my Bluetooth, at all. Not compatible. (I dunno, maybe he's gay.)

And, in other, totally unrelated news, I really feel I need a girlfriend-- partially because I'm sick of being single, but partially also because I'm sick of being the third wheel with my best friend-- whose boyfriend is the reason I had that second car accident in ten days, last week. It's awkward.
Oh, and Monday? Halloween? Yeah, I'll be walking around with those two, and two other friends-- who came to pick us up from Furfright when Bonehead totaled his car-- who also happen to be dating. Can we say fifth wheel? AWKWARD.
noblescientist: (Methos)
Yoinked from [livejournal.com profile] sinnatious because I could. Sounded amusing, so I did it. Here you are-- in technicolor! 8D

THE MEME-- read at your own risk. It's pretty crazy in here. )


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