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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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The scruffy hair and the cyberdog t-shirt.
Danger! Evil smirk!
Behind the LJ-cut's an 80k picture of me after a (slight) haircut, wearing a Cyberdog t-shirt (where the white part glows in the dark) and jeans (because not wearing jeans could have resulted in negative reactions from some of you).

Excuse the crappy lighting, the picture was taken a few minutes ago. If you expect decent lighting at 5 AM, I'll laugh at you.

Oh, and I was wearing socks. Gotta wear socks.

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I have a friend whose first reaction to seeing your picture was, "I'd date him." This is already knowing something about your personality, but the picture inspired the outburst.

Of course, there are a number of reasons why it wouldn't work out, but I thought you'd find it flattering nonetheless.

I'm surprised I'm even talked about to your friends, or at least to an extent for one of them to say that confidently.

But yes, that is flattering.

Well, you had randomly come up a couple of times recently -- in a discussion of nice guys, when I first saw the robbery post and when you brought up the Rejected guy's site. So. There was some background to the comment.

Ah. I never think of myself as someone to talk about. I suppose I can see why parts of my recent life might be worth talking of, but it's still strange to admit to that.

I am a curious fellow, however. Hearing such things always intrigues me way too much.

I don't know how much more there is to report. You (as do all my better online friends) come up now and then. And, well, knowing of your niceness and having seen your picture, a comment was made. Not sure how much else can be said, I'm afraid.

Oh. I wasn't expecting to read this.

I didn't say what I did last in an attempt to fish for more information, just mentioning I'm always a little too curious.

Still, this person would know how to contact me if they wanted to.

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