i like to play with words. i didn't even think of it as content creation really until crox rox made a comparison in another forum's thread about me that he managed to sneak comments in about me past the moderator who, whomever she/he/it may be, does not seem to want to let me speak my piece in an entire thread flamed around me. but i digress. words seem to be powerful, once again, and i have been wielding them most of my life and yet to run into any serious trouble. that being said, you can still count on me to walk the fine line, and cross over it occasionally, between acceptable and offensive snark. mostly what is offensive to people on second life is the truth, at least, that's what i've gathered from the dozens of random prior text messages indicating that my very mind's operation is appalling to certain types. i had one guy, a proud and defensive republican, message me while slumming it at miramare with my "I MUTE REPUBLICANS" title on and the conversation got to the point where i told him i may be whomever i am here on the internet but i work with kids and help people in the real world, and the best comeback he could scrounge up was "that's why i homeschool my kids" which...yeah. ask me for the notecard. that conversation was a killer.
i want you to play a word game with me. i'm trying to switch up my profile so it remains untouchable by LL's crappy ass profile editor bots, while still maintaining a certain mandatory level of snarkiness. please respond to this post with your best profile snarks, primarily any way to possibly make the incredibly dull "interests" tab more interesting.
i am looking for your own versions of the following writers exercises, filling in the bubbles like so:
I want to-buy-you a new life.
I want to-sell-my soul to the devil.
I want to-build-it and they will come.
the trick here is that you have to use the presets in the profile tab itself, so you can make use of the following verbs: build, meet, group, sell, explore, be hired, buy, hire.
ok go. i will steal your content if you come up with some good ones.