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  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

I am so sorry if I’m being annoying. This just really bothers me. I haven’t seen another Pe lead on CT or a famous one, who has the kind of deep need for trajectory and purpose – plus a lot to show for it (like a full difficult concept  album recorded while I’m extremely sick, through my whisper)…

Even as a kid I practiced music after school, during lunch; I got perfect grades so my parents would get me lessons…

My mistakes are symbols that I havent worked hard enough, as is my body fat or my hair falling out. Every bit of talent, creative work and beauty that I craft, is a symbol of my perseverence.

Meanwhile, mirthful fun sounds less exciting than watching paint dry. While i’ve never been bored when I’m alone, I have a hard time coming up with something more boring than being trapped with mirthful people eating grapes and drinking wine, talking nonchalantly. Unless I have a reason to be there- like I’m chasing a guy or playing a show- I tend to avoid those type of events, because I’d rather be at home, stark sober, slaving away over some chapter for the 75th time. When I’m working, I never feel bored or wish I was somewhere else; though I do reach walls and take sanity breaks for the sake of the project.

I just want to see this reflected in my type 🙁

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