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SurrepTRIXus(noun) Sur-uhp- TRIKS -us
1. A female who uses covert methods to get what she wants
2. Appearing to be good but with evil intentions.
3. A person who believes the ego is an asset and is too happy with her own way to give a damn what others think.
- Related forms: Trixie, Trix, I Am Trixie
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Check out this story called The Slave of Heaven by my good friend RyAnn Leigh. She's amazingly talented, and this story rocks.
Here's a link to a really awesome Twilight fanfic that I really enjoy. I highly recommend it. It's called Black and White and it's by Vixen1836
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I read, I write, I paint, I love trivia and I roller-skate
I like Twilight. It's kind of an addiction.
I probably know more about the Oyster Cracker than you do, and more than you ever care to.
I said I love trivia, so here's something you probably didn't know before.
The safety pin is widely thought to have been invented in the 19th century by Walter Hunt. (He gave the patent to the artist who did the drawings for all of his inventions to settle a debt. The debt was 15 dollars. That's one lucky artist!) In reality, the safety pin was re-invented by Hunt. It was first thought of by the Myceneans in the 14th century BC.
Cucumbers are native to India but have been cultivated for thousands of years. They're mentioned in the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh.
The Dodo became extinct in the mid to late 17th century. It was mainly due to the introduction of dogs and pigs onto the isolated island of Mauritius where they lived.
The elevator was invented by Elisha Otis of Bristol, Connecticut but drawings for a similar device were first dreamed up by Vitruvius.
There is no such thing as a Brontosaurus.
Lobsters are closely related to cockroaches.
A squid is a cephelopod. It means "head-foot." From the Latin root "Ceph" for head and "Pod" for, yeah, you guessed it, foot.
You really don't want to hear everything I know about SPAM and spam. It gets scary.
"Do I think I'm better than you? Of course I think I'm better than you! If you agree with me that's your problem. You should just be concerned with thinking how much better you are than me!"
You say "Ego" like it's a bad thing...
Stupid reality, getting in the way of my fantasy world!
Contradictions do not exist. Whenever you think you are facing a contradiction, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong. -Francisco D'Anconia, "Atlas Shrugged" by the brilliant Ayn Rand
The only maxim of of a free government ought to be to trustno living man with the power to endanger the public liberty. -John Adams
Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. - Ben Franklin
Author's Note regarding the "Fixing Dusk" muffin joke.
The first time I ever heard the muffin joke, I heard it as it appears in the story, language and all. I've experimented with cleaning it up and replacing the language with more innocuous words like "crap" and cow" but the way I have it there always gets the best reaction. I don't swear much in my daily life (even after serving four years active duty army) and tend to use profanity only where I feel it's suited. The muffin joke is one of those exceptions. Additionally, I believe I have only used vulgar words three times in that story, two of them being "dammit" which is even able to appear in PG movies. As I have given "Fixing Dusk" an "M" rating (to allow myself complete freedom with descriptions, plot and language), and have already written a few scenes where the characters don't exactly behave in a chaste manner, I have no problem including this one little four-letter word.