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Hey guys! I just decided to erase my entire profile! Three years of a bio, down the drain!
To those of you who are wondering why I chose to delete my profile... well... why not? I mean, it's three years old. I read over it, and there's really nothing that's worth keeping. So, why not start fresh?
If you're wondering about my name, let me explain. It's kind of a long story. You see, back when I was a little boy with stars in my eyes and dreams in my heart, I used to LARP various video games with my friends during recess. I know, I know, it's weird... still, I had a ton of fun, and it's probably one of the reasons why I'm writing today, so I really don't care. Anyway, we decided to play Lego Star Wars, one day. I made my character 'Star 3'. Star because of the whole '*Star* Wars' thing, and the '3' because of... uh... ... ...I'm really not sure. After a while, I changed it so that I was the third in a group of cloning experiments, though. After a while, I changed it to 'Star the Third', or 'Star III' for short. Lego Star Wars became one of our favorite games, and Star III my favorite character. So, I started using the name EVERYWHERE. I got the account when I was 10 (...Or did I?). The name just stuck, really. After a while, I added in the 'sir' for two reasons. Firstly, because of a budding idea I had (then later scrapped) about a continent at war and a knight. The knight was fun to imagine, so I added his title. The second reason being that people kept asking my gender. So, there you go. The origins of 'Sir Starlll'. Oh, and also, those are three 'L's. Not I's. Not sure why I used L's, but...
Age: Figure it out for yourself. If you think I'm smart enough to be an adult, fine. If you think I'm barbaric enough to be a teenager, go ahead. If you think I'm immature enough to be a child, be my guest. Really, though, what's the point of telling you my age? I don a mask on the internet so I can be anyone I want (or, on the flip-side, show sides of myself I wouldn't in public). Giving you too many details about where society places me could set me in a bias before we even meet.