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Hello, all. My name is Chris, but since I was twelve, everyone has called me Mormon, so please feel free.

I only recently started my college career, and I'll tell you, it's off to a very rocky start.

Before college, I worked at a factory, working from 4pm to 3am every day. I think it threw my biological clock into a fit because, before that, I was a nightowl/mornining person. I would go to bed at 3 and wake up at 5, but I'd be fully rested.

Here, however, consistently, I have been going to bed at 10 and waking up at about 4 the next day.

But I digress.

I am Mormon, for those of you who haven't already made that connection, although I am open to many other ideas.

I do tend to swing more towards the liberal side of politics, but I try not to tow a part line.

Back in my last town, I tended to have many "friends," with a few best friends. At college, however, I have little to no interaction except for some people I work with and various study groups.

In a crowd, I tend to put on a facade of extrovertism, constantly making people laugh, trying to engage in the meager attempt of creating a connections.

Most of the time, though, I spend at my appartment on the computer doing nothing productive, throwing the occasional study time in there for kicks and giggles.

I love to play video games, although I left my precious Xbox back home. I have recently been trying (and somewhat failing) at creating a youtube channel to manage my diary entries. I don't like to write a journal. But I tend to not feel the drive to create any videos or anything.

When I am not doing that, I listen to all types of music. From heavy metal to classical, and from the modern to the late 6th century.

I like to do some weird things every once in a while. Last night, for instance, I took a clown nose I had received from a circus and went to various windows, scaring the innocent, and having a laugh.

I'm not very physically active nor attractive. I have a hard time managing my weight. It tends to be on the heavier side, but I am getting better.

I really don't know what to make of my life since it is just starting.

I have no direction.

I have no drive.

I just am.

But for right now, that's all I need.

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When I read the title to the thread, I expected a fun story. You know, where you rescued somebody, or how you found your type. Ya left me hanging, man. :tongue:
I worked at Wal-Mart last year, from 10pm to 7am. Nightshift sucks, my friend. I was prepping to go on a mission (yes, I was a Mormon, too), so I'd do Saturday night and then try to stay awake for church. It was the most exhausting time of my life so far.

I give you respect for not "towing political party lines".

I know what it's like to start a blog/youtube/whatever and then give up 3 weeks later. I've done it several times. I think it's an INTP trait.

I've have a hard time managing my weight as well, but I'm the opposite side -- underweight. I just get busy with other things and forget to eat. Welcome to the forum!

Auntie Duckie
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Welcome to PerC.

I've liked all of the Mormon's that I have met so far. Although we don't agree on Religion, they are really nice people.


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Hey, major props for trying to better yourself and going to college. Try to network with people and find what you want to do. Education is a gift, especially if you can afford it or make it work somehow.

As far as attractiveness, the most important thing is how you are to other people and yourself... that said, 80% of your body is dependent on your diet, and what activity you do does play a part. So just try to eat right and drink lots of water, and you'll be fine.

Any idea about what you'd want to do with schoolings?
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