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I don't know how "unique" ... uh... the BEST homemade chicken noodle soup was usually the juices that flowed out of my brined turkey back in 2020 when I cooked my first Thanksgiving. Mom took the leftover and boiled them and threw in a few boxes of Annie's mac & cheese (minus the cheese powder, so JUST the noodles.) I'd covered that turkey in herbed butter and filled it with onions and lemons and kosher salt. So TECHNICALLY turkey noodle soup, but it was SOOOO DAMN GOOOOOOOD.

What's something important that you've been putting off?
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Originally posted by Rogue

Question: What took up most of your time in 2020?

Honestly, work did. 2020 was the year no one took a vacation so my job was totally overwhelmed with requests. It's better this year since they moved me to a different team, but it's still been crazy.

What is something that you consider unique to how you (or your family) make chicken noodle soup?
Posts: 11890/11900
Two years since the last answer. *Sigh*

These days I've been listening to a lot of historical podcasts. The latest have been Vulgar History, Lore, and Noble Blood.

Been watching A LOT of YouTube streamers, namely Markiplier and Jacksepticeye, among others. I'm mostly watching the play horror games since I don't really have time to game myself. More fun watching them comment on things and get the shit scared out of them.

Not really up on new new movies or shows. Whatever the latest thing is, I'll watch it just to get the meme references as they inevitably pour out. "Squid Game" was probably the most recent. *Shrug*

Question: What took up most of your time in 2020?
Posts: 11821/11900
Uh.. I guess the McDonald's sausage, egg, and cheese biscuit, because I prefer breakfast food to anything else on their menu. I, otherwise, don't really have a favorite sandwich more than just pulling up to what's open and settling for what they've got.

What's been your latest pop culture obsession?
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Posts: 2625/2641
Once. From NJ to Maine. I think I whined about it here 12 years ago.

It's about to be three. I plan to rent my house out up here in Maine and move to Phoenix.

What is you favorite fast-food sandwich (and why)?
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That is actually a hard question. I like aspects of a few different princesses, but I am honestly not sure who I would say my favorite is.

I suppose if I had to choose right now, I would say Belle. Not just because she is a massive book nerd, but because she saw the town all talking crap about her being "weird" for having an interest in learning and didn't change a damn thing.

How many times have you moved in your life?
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I usually just drink coffee with cream in it, but when I get a flavor, it's usually hazelnut.

My go-to flavored coffee at Peet's is the Havana Cappuccino, which is mostly cinnamon-flavored.

Who is your favorite Disney princess and why?
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At work, it is asking if something can be done by the end of the week when I already told you the state takes 12 business days to process the request.

At my old job at Sam's... oh my gods. Just about every dumb electronics question you could imagine combined with the photo lab questions of "Well, how do I do X?" where there is a giant button right in front of them labelled X on the screen. Or the ever-amusing, "Do you work here?"

... No, I'm wearing a name badge and a blue vest that says Sam's Club on it just for shits and giggles.

Do you like flavored coffees? If so, what is your fav?
Posts: 11800/11900
I don't mix many drinks myself, but my favorite tiki drink is a painkiller which is Pusser's naval rum with orange juice, pineapple juice, and coconut cream.

What is a repeated stupid question you get or stupid behavior you witness in the people around you?
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Hmm, that is a hard one.

"The Ref" since it is a rather amusing holiday film.
"Kung Fury" because it is so bad, it's funny.
"Rocky Horror" because it Rocky and everyone should see it.
"Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" because it will make you think.
"The Black Cauldron" because it is the least known Disney movie and it is awesome.

What is your go-to mixer for drinks?
Posts: 11798/11900
I've been reading fan fiction since I first got an internet connection in '97. I was really into "Extreme Ghostbusters" fics, and tried my hand at writing some.

I also used to read "Harry Potter" fics, among many others. Over the years I'd drift away from reading fan fiction, but would come back to it here and there, particularly if I got really into a franchise. I'm semi-deep into it again reading Reylo stuff. Before this, my last bought was "The Hunger Games."

What are five lesser-known movies you would recommend to someone looking to watch "something different"?
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I work on a customer service team, so I do a ton of interaction over the phone and via email. Nothing in person, which after retail I am SO thankful. But yeah... the stupid isn't any less stupid in the world of business. If anything it gets worse.

Do you, or have you ever, read fanfiction?
Posts: 11797/11900
I've lived in the suburbs all my life, though I've always loved going to the cities. My favorite being New Orleans, followed by Seattle. L.A. still ranks pretty high since I've always lived right next to it.

How much interaction with people do you do in your job?
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Only videogames really, if that weren't so obvious hehe. I really don't have many other physical "things" I collect much of. My movie/anime collection is minuscule in comparison. Clothes, etc, everything else I could easily replace or swap out after years, but I value my games more than most materials I own.

Do you prefer the suburbs, city, or super small towns out in the fields?
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A few. Once while I was driving. Got rear-ended while sitting at a stop sign. I was so irritated with the experience I had with the other driver and the cops that I booked a cruise a day later with the money my aunt left me from my grandmother's estate.

What sorts of things do you collect and why?
Posts: 9674/9719
Browsing social media, reading, and video games for the most part... unless we do an adventure.

Have you ever been in a car accident?
Posts: 11794/11900
These days Spotify is life. I hate playing the regular radio at work when I have to drive the company vans and I can curate vast playlists for every occasion.

What do you do in your leisure time between work, school, etc?
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dunno really. not a big fan in general.

still have a local mp3 collection or do you just stream nowadays?
Posts: 11791/11900
Depends. If there's a time crunch, flying.

I've always been a road trip enthusiast, though, especially when it comes to driving through and seeing the world at my own pace, stopping in towns and trying to local food along the way. Before the honeymoon, I'd never driven across the country before, now I'm so happy I got to experience all these amazing cities and sights.

What is your favorite amusement park attraction?
Posts: 9669/9719
"The Hangman's Daughter" by Oliver Pötzsch. It was a really interesting murder mystery in 1660 Bavaria and the kindle version actually has animated illustrations. Only downside is they don't work when you have the background set to black.

Donuts are either maple Amish donuts, freshly made, or double chocolate cake donuts.

What is your preferred method for long-distance travel?
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