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On Mondays, I post (more) Sailor Moon (than normal)! I tag pretty much everything, and have this
personalblogging tag as well.


I read and write a lot, and am knowledgeable on many important topics. (Grammar, human sexuality, Sailor Moon, Catholicism, the reproductive cycle of jellyfish, coffee, wig-making, etc.) I AM A HUGE NERD, I do the cosplay, and enjoy partaking in and organizing adventures.

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