A pseudo-elitist who thinks role-playing is a paid-by-the-word novel-writing business. They count post quality by length and adjectives, and will set fire to anyone who posts less than three paragraphs for any reason. They will go on about every minute object in the setting and exactly how every strand of hair on a person blows in the wind in order to get at least three long paragraphs for even a single line in a conversation. They like to say they are encouraging good writing skills.
Her shiney brown hair ruffled ever so slightly, a few amber bangs falling lightly across her forehead as she shifts what little weight she has from her left to her right foot. At this moment she is thinking twice about not deciding to get those free gel soles offered to her last Tuesday by her friend Matt, who just got into the business.
Matt was a tall fellow, about twenty-one years old who...
...And so she said, her voice soft and friendly as her smile, "No, thank you. I drink one percent."
When you're having sex doggy style facing a wall, and you pick the person up and smash them through said wall.
The sex was good but aggressive; I tried to rough things up a bit and accidentally gave her the interior decorator.
refers to "none of your f'ing business" in response to a job inquiry. Primarily because interior decorating is a job that anyone can perform and by this response you are avoiding to answer the actual question.
What is your job?
I am an interior decorator