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I've been tagged!

I don't normally do this, but since it's Hilmy who's tagging me, why not.

THREE NAMES YOU GO BY:
1. My real name
2. Teddy
3. Tedds

THREE PHYSICAL THINGS YOU LIKE ABOUT YOURSELF:
1. Being able to fit in a small space. (Very useful when diving underneath the computer table to check if rats got to the wires.)
2. I can wink with either eye!
3. I can spin a pencil or pen on my fingers.

THREE PHYSICAL THINGS YOU DON'T LIKE ABOUT YOURSELF:
1. I am short-sighted.
2. I can't look in the rear-view mirror without taking my eyes off the road ahead.
3. I don't have any useful superpowers (or useless ones).

THREE PARTS OF YOUR HERITAGE:
1. Siamese-Pakistani
2. Chinese
3. Javanese

THREE THINGS YOU CAN'T STAND:
1. People who feel the need to talk loudly about inane topics and can't stop when they've started.
2. People who don't signal!!!111
3. People who mess up my perfectly planned writing schedule.

THREE THINGS THAT SCARE YOU:
1. Gory pictures.
2. The possibility of going blind.
3. Religion.

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE SHOWS:
1. Doctor Who (David Tennant as the new Doctor is Fantastic!)
2. Lost
3. Firefly

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE JAPANESE ANIMES:
1. Hachimitsu to Clover
2. Neon Genesis Evangelion (I hear it's old-skool now?)
3. ...Marmalade Boy (what? people have their guilty pleasures okay?)

THREE OF YOUR CURRENT FAVORITE SONGS:
Don't have any. Currently in non-music phase.

THREE MOVIES YOU CAN WATCH OVER AND OVER AGAIN:
1. Star Wars
2. Casablanca
3. Serenity

THREE MOVIES YOU WOULD LIKE TO WATCH:
1. Superman Returns
2. Cars
3. The Maltest Falcon (can't find the DVD anywhere)

THREE OF YOUR EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS:
1. My moleskine notebook.
2. Pilot G2 07.
3. Reading material.

THREE THINGS YOU ARE WEARING RIGHT NOW:
1. A hoodie! Wheee
2. Black shirt
3. Jeans

THREE THINGS YOU WANT IN A RELATIONSHIP:
1. Love
2. Hugs
3. Time

THREE PHYSICAL THINGS ABOUT THE OPPOSITE GENDER THAT APPEAL TO YOU:
1. Upper forearms.
2. Those bits on the front, wossnames...
3. Shiny hair!

THREE BAD HABITS:
1. Lack of time management.
2. I tend to skip things when I shouldn't.
3.

THREE OF YOUR FAVORITE HOBBIES:
1. Reading
2. Writing
3. Cycling

THREE THINGS YOU WANT TO DO REALLY BADLY RIGHT NOW:
1. Write my novel.
2. Polish up my two short story manuscripts so I can send them off for submission.
3. Shout like a madman (at certain people).

THREE CAREERS YOU'RE CONSIDERING OR CURRENTLY PURSUING:
1. Game Writer.
2. Published Author.
3. Wildly Successful Author with million dollar advances.

THREE PLACES YOU WANT TO GO ON VACATION:
1. Cuba.
2. North Korea.
3. Somewhere capitalistic. Like Japan.

THREE KIDS' NAMES YOU LIKE:
SYNTAX ERROR

THREE THINGS YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE:
1. Get published.
2. Win the Booker.
3. Learn to be content with what I have.

THREE WAYS THAT YOU ARE STEREOTYPICALLY A GUY:
1. I like talking geek (especially when it comes to Macs and video games)
2. I like boobies and love to talk about them. Whee!
3. I love cars.

INITIALS OF THREE CRUSHES:
1. OMG
2. WTF
3. LOL

THREE PEOPLE YOU TAG TO DO THE SURVEY:
No! It ends here!

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