I was, however having a very difficult time placing myself in any one category. Why? Mostly because I tend to use the internet as my plaything, pushing and rearranging this quasi-reality as I feel the whims.
Please, no speeches on morals or ethics or which ever would apply. I don’t care, and better people have tried to make me.
So here are my top seven. Why seven, you ask? Because seven is such a popular number. Call it a religious quirk for a religious time of year (for some people anyway).
Or wise up and realize that seven is the number that I thought could be applied to me. :)
1. L’Enfant Provacateur
2. Profundus Maximus/Philosopher
3. Tireless Rebutter
4. Jekyll and Hyde
6. Pithy Phrase
I feel I must admit to a fondness for pushing buttons; that I have been known (or perhaps not known) for twitting people simply to see how they would respond.
Rarely, have I been surprised. Perhaps, even, never.
Regardless, the time invariably comes when I feel the urge to try something else, to try and understand what makes people tick.
Yes, at times I want to know why you give a damn.
But usually, I can’t be bothered to care.
A classmate once told me that my worst flaw was that I was too forgettable; that unless I found something I could care passionately about I would end up slipping gentle into the night (yes, she was a total quote rip who rarely failed to amuse me, especially as she didn’t seem to appreciate my laughter or the fact that I told her that Dylan Thomas had said it much better).
But then, I’ve always considered my very forgettable-ness to be my greatest attribute.