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What mystery would you most like to solve?

 Answer by Dilbert on 7.21.00 11:28 PM
Did OJ do it

 Answer by psykomom on 7.21.00 11:55 PM
I cannot believe that the first answer was mine, too. The thing is, I KNOW O.J. did it, but I would love to know all of the details. Like why, had he planned it or was it just a "spur of the moment" thing. What did he do with the clothes, where is the knife, can he REALLY not remember doing it? Has his sick mind managed to close that part down? What did he tell his pal, Al something or other, that was driving the vehicle down the freeway? How could he have done that to his children's mother? How can he look them in the eye now? I would like to know exactly what happened, when and how.

 Answer by lizard on 7.22.00 12:11 AM
i would like to prove that william shatner realy did drown his wife and kill oj simpsons ex wife

 Answer by packhawk on 7.22.00 12:19 AM
What happened to Amelia Earhart? I think she was captured by Japanese and then escaped and is now still alive and although old, living quite happily on an undiscovered little island somewhere in the pacific. Hey, who knows. I'd really like to know the truth though

 Answer by chelsea1 on 7.22.00 1:07 AM
My idea of heaven would be to have the answers to the following mysteries:
* What happened to Judge Crater? (A New York judge who walked out of his courtroom to go to lunch, and was never seen again - happened back in the 1920s; case was never solved.)
* Who really kidnapped the Lindbergh baby? Bruno Richard Hauptman was convicted and executed for the crime, which occurred in 1932. But some books I've read have cast disturbing questions about Hauptman's guilt -- there were a lot of questionable actions and seedy people involved in this case. The book "The Airman and the Carpenter" is an excellent read, if you want to get paranoid about this case.
* Who killed JonBenet Ramsey?
* Who was Jack the Ripper?

 Answer by Tehuti on 7.22.00 1:15 AM
How the pyramids were built.

I'm positive it was something simple, just a lot of manpower, but if it were proven then at last I could get all those stupid "Aliens did it" or "Atlanteans did it"-type folks to shut up. We act all surprised today as to why we can't duplicate the methods when it's obvious--WE AREN'T USING THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TO DO THE JOB, ARE WE? The Egyptians had THOUSANDS of workers to get the job done. HOW they did it isn't exactly known. But they DID do it...and there were no spaceships or light beams involved.

Aliens...feh. What an insult.

 Answer by febe on 7.22.00 1:41 AM
The mystery of Adam and Eves' son Cains' wife? If there were only Adam and Eve,and they had two sons,Cain and Able, and Cain slew Abel. Cain was banished to the city of Nod where he begot a wife. O.K. Where did she come from? And for the record, where did all the other people of the city of Nod come from?

 Answer by prncss on 7.22.00 6:16 AM
Where did the orange brush, that I had when I was very young, get to? It never left the house, and even when we packed everything up to move we still didn't find it. I heard my mother ponder that one for YEARS after the fact (she never lets anything go), so I always wonder about it, too.

When I was held up in an armed robbery, was it a real gun? I thought it looked rather like a pellet gun, but I couldn't be sure. If I HAD been sure, I would have attacked that m.f. I'm not afraid of taking a few pellets! And who was the robber, anyway?

 Answer by Jeni on 7.22.00 7:40 AM
What the heck is causing my severe gastritus attacks and stomach pain. No one seems to be able to figure it out.

 Answer by brigit on 7.22.00 9:47 AM
how (or why) we are who we are... human personality. is our identity dictated by our dna, our karma, our early experience?
is biology destiny? do we owe our personalities, including intelligence, to the time spent in the womb and the nursery?
are our present situations the products of a long chain of choices?

although i have seemed to pose many questions here, there is really only one mystery... that of the individual human mind.

 Answer by yates on 7.22.00 11:26 AM
1. Stonehenge - why?
2. What was on Jack Ruby's mind?
3. How did the British security services murder Princess Di?
4. Why did Steve Coppell resign as manager of Man City?
5. Where is Lord Lucan?

 Answer by Etienne on 7.22.00 11:54 AM
What I want to do with my life.

 Answer by Meadow on 7.22.00 2:36 PM
What really happened to the "Lost Colony of Roanoke"????? And also...I just read an excellent book on the Anasazi' why did they all of the sudden seem to "disappear" from the Colorado plateau..and why did they leave Chaco?????

 Answer by lch3778 on 7.22.00 9:43 PM
I would love to know for sure whether we are alone in the universe or not. Think of what a shattering discovery it would be if we knew one way or the other. If we weren't alone I think that it might unite all of humanity and end our petty carping with each other over issues like religion and race. I think it would provide us with a picture of our place in the universe. On the other hand, say we were to know that we were the only life in the universe. That too might have helpful effects. After all, in all the vastness of space if we were the only life think how precious each life is in the overall scheme of things. Maybe we'd appreciate each other more and treat life as the gift that it is. Not something expendable and cheap.

 Answer by Firebug on 7.22.00 10:45 PM
Did Richard the Third really kill his nephews, the two princes kept in the Tower, one of whom should have been King? And if not... what happened to them?

 Answer by solana on 7.23.00 10:44 AM
Time travel. I believe it is possible.. I would like to know if any humans have done it.. and how. I would llike to know everything about it.

 Answer by Swords on 7.24.00 2:39 AM
There are so many mysteries through the ages that I wish I knew the answers to! Do I have to choose just one? Here are some of the questions I would love to have answered:

Was The Ark really discovered and visited by people through the centuries on mount Ararat? There was reported to be photos taken but they disappeared under mysterious circumstances. What happened to them?

Is there really a Loch Ness Monster? If not, did any Plesiosaurs survive anywhere on earth up to recorded history?

Does Bigfoot really exist?

What happened to the ancient crowns of England?

Who was Jack the Ripper?

Has the earth been visited by life from beyond our solar system?

What happened to the Holy Grail? Did Joseph of Arimathea take it to Britain? If so, what happened from there?

Who was the legend of King Arthur based upon? Was it Riothamus?

How do they get the creamy centre in a Caramilk bar? :-)

 Answer by SCOOTER9 on 7.24.00 3:11 AM
O.J. didn't do it,it was Reggie Jackson!

 Answer by Loaded on 7.24.00 3:22 AM
Where do the matches to my socks go?

 Answer by LLDY on 7.24.00 3:40 PM
I would also like to know if OJ is really guilty.

What was the whole story on the Kennedy assasination?

Did Lizzie Borden actually kill her father and stepmother?

Who makes those fancy designs in farmer's fields, and WHY?
Is there life after death?

 Answer by Moonskr on 7.24.00 9:45 PM
What really happened the night the Romanovs were killed.

 Answer by 3moons on 7.25.00 9:39 AM
If there really is a merciful God,Why do good people wind up in nursing homes fingerpainting in their own feces? This has bothered me ever since I became a nurse. It seems like a pretty poor reward for a life spent in worship & service.

 Answer by timandju on 7.25.00 10:44 AM
I'd like to get some of the metaphysical stuff out of the way. If it's all true, fine. If it's all bunk, fine. I just get tired of people arguing over, profiting from, killing in the name of, applying bumper stickers to their cars declaring the existence of, or otherwise wasting their lives pondering the following:

Psychic Abilities
Near-death Experiences

 Answer by whatevillurks on 7.26.00 5:14 PM
I would like to know who framed roger rabbit, what other life-forms there are in the universe, the origin of life and why we are here.

 Answer by Minga on 7.25.00 12:53 PM
I want to know all the anwsers to all the previous postings PLUS, who really did kill JFK (blessed be his name) (woops excuse the sarcasm)

What is your favorite poem and why? Post it!

 Answer by whatevillurks on 7.20.00 4:36 PM
The dog was not a frog, it was a dog.

either that or
I tried to lift the table, i found i wasnt able.

I hate those longwinded poems that go on and on =0)

 Answer by tutton on 7.15.00 7:16 AM
Abou Ben Adhem
by James Henry Leigh Hunt

Abou Ben Adhem (may his tribe increase!)
Awoke one night from a deep dream of peace,
And saw, within the moonlight in his room,
Making it rich, and like a lily in bloom,
An angel writing in a book of gold:-
Exceeding peace had made Ben Adhem bold,
And to the presence in the room he said,
'What writest thou?'-The vision raised its head,
And with a look made all of sweet accord,
Answered, 'The names of those who love the Lord.'
'And is mine one?' said Abou. 'Nay, not so,'
Replied the angel. Abou spoke more low,
But cheerily still; and said, 'I pray thee then,
Write me as one that loves his fellow-men.'

The angel wrote, and vanished. The next night
It came again with a great wakening light,
And showed the names whom love of God had blessed,
And lo! Ben Adhem's name led all the rest.

I like it because it tells a great story and has an ending that gives you hope.

 Answer by prncss on 7.15.00 8:56 AM
The Gypsies Are Coming
by Shel Silverstein

The gypsies are coming, the old people say,
To buy little children and take them away.
Fifty cents for fat ones,
Twenty cents for lean ones,
Fifteen cents for dirty ones,
Thirty cents for clean ones,
A nickel each for mean ones.

The gypsies are coming, and maybe tonight,
To buy little children and lock them up tight.
Eighty cents for husky ones,
Quarter for the weak ones,
Penny each for noisy ones,
A dollar for the meek ones.

Forty cents for happy ones,
Eleven cents for sad ones.
And, kiddies, when they come to buy,
It won't do any good to cry.
But - just between you and I -
They never buy the bad ones!

I don't know why I love it. I just always thought it was cool. Now when I care for children, if they start to fuss or misbehave, I say, "You'd better cool or or the gypsies will come!" I don't think they even know what gypsies are, but it usually makes them hush. ;)

 Answer by boogada on 7.15.00 7:31 PM
drift you to sleep
drift you to sleep
breathe in my love, my dear
drift you to sleep

feed from me
feed from me
drain me of love, my dear
feed from me

drift in my love, my dear
feed from me
sleep while you can, my dear
drift you to sleep

--by brigit, in a soapbox on 10/27/99.
Why? Because it was in response to a soapbox posted by ignorant (a friend of mine who doesn't come here anymore) who was on the verge of suicide at the time. This might just have saved his life...
Oh, and personally, I think it is so simple yet so powerful - pretty rare in poetry.
(brigit if you see this, will you get it for me so I can post it?)

 Answer by BBane91 on 7.15.00 11:22 PM
Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening
by Robert Frost

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound's the sweep
Of easy wind and downy flake.

The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

I love it because I hated poetry until I had a teacher back in high school who got me to read Robert Frost. This was the one that got me hooked. It expresses the way I feel so much of the time.

 Answer by Meadow on 7.16.00 7:28 PM
The Kiss By Sara Teasdale...

Before you kissed me only winds of heaven
Had kissed me, and the tenderness of rain--
Now you have come, how can I care for kisses
Like theirs again?

I sought the sea, she sent her winds to meet me,
They surged about me singing of the south--
I turned my head away to keep still holy
Your kiss upon my mouth.

And swift sweet rains of shining April weather
Found not my lips where living kisses are;
I bowed my head lest they put out my glory
As rain puts out a star.

I am my love's and he is mine forever,
Sealed with a seal and safe forevermore--
Think you that I could let a beggar enter
here a king stood before?

***This is one of my all time favorites.. Sara Teasdale is a very underappreciated poet. Not many have heard of her. I wrote this one in the book of poetry I made for my boyfriend for his birthday this year.

 Answer by Swords on 7.16.00 11:02 PM
This is one that makes me envision the days of old sailing naval vessels during the time of Nelson. (For those who don't know, Grape Shot was a type of ammunition used in the cannon of that era. It was used for maximum damage against men, as it would spread out much like buckshot, only bigger. The other types were the better known ball shot and chain shot, where two balls were joined by a chain. It's purpose was to tear through a ship's rigging, thus disabling its manoeuvring capability. Anyway, here is the poem:

Far away where sky met sea
A majestic figure grew,
Pushed along by Royal decree
Her aggressive pennants flew.

Blazing red, dark plumes of grey,
Destructive overall,
As shot and grape found its way
Into a human wall.
- Daniel Byrne (A Mariner's Tale)

 Answer by Tehuti on 7.17.00 1:02 AM
I spin
I spin
Fall down
To ground
See blood
Get help

I's not literature...but MAN do I love it. In high school I enrolled in a class called Fiction, Fantasy, & Fables, and one unit consisted of writing monosyllabic poetry. Mine dealt with being bitten by an ostrich at the circus. All I can remember of it is

Time I
Got gum
On my
And an
Bit my

...there was more in there about the hippo cage but I can't remember exactly how it went.

But anyway, another student, named Adam, went up to the front of the class to read his poem and the above--"I spin"--was it. The whole thing. When he was done the class burst out laughing. I've never forgotten that poem. I thought it was one of the funniest things I've ever heard. So simple, and yet so stupid. ;)

 Answer by keltek on 7.17.00 3:14 AM
I do dearly love the Robert Frost poem posted here already. It was the first poem I actually memorized and have remembered down thru the years - like 20 years!

However, there is another poem that I love and it is so special in so many ways. Here is the story, briefly, and then follows the poem:

Thanksgiving 1990, my dad went to visit relatives in AL with his brother, my brother and his wife. The Friday after Thanksgiving, a couple of hours before dawn when they would travel back to TX, my dad suffered the first of two massive heart attacks. The second attack took him to the next phase of life on Monday night. I was always very close to my dad and I was his favorite. I felt an overwhelming sense of loss and separation. My husband also loved my dad.

We went to Shreveport to visit our dearest friend and change the scenery for awhile. Our friend had found a rare and, at the time, out-of-print book, The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. He handed it to me and I opened it up directly to this poem. I believe anyone can understand to some extent how I felt. Here's the poem:

So Thin A Veil
by Edward Carpenter

So thin a veil divides
Us from such joy, past words,
Walking in daily life-the business of the hour, each detail seen to;
Yet carried, rapt away, on what sweet floods of other Being:
Swift streams of music flowing, light far back through all Creation shining,
Loved faces looking-
Ah! from the true, the mortal self
So thin a veil divides!

 Answer by heyteach on 7.17.00 3:16 PM
William Shakespeare

Sonnet CXVI

Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments. Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O, no! it is an ever-fixed mark,
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wandering bark,
Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken.
Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks
Within his bending sickle's compass come;
Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
If this be error and upon me prov'd,
I never writ, nor no man ever lov'd.
Why does the anti-romantic like that one best? Because true, unconditional love is the one thing that everyone wants whether he will admit it or not.
This is the description of the real thing, the way it should be. It's short, sweet, to the point.

 Answer by Babytisa on 7.18.00 2:42 PM
Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveller, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I --
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.

In life there are multiple roads that we have to choose from. I've often not taken the advice of others and paved my own roads. I think that the ones that have more wear on them are the safer ones.. yet, I've taken too many chances and ventured off on the ones less taken.

Tell me what you look like. HONESTLY. Give an objective description
(I am 5'4", 128lbs, brown hair w/blonde highlights and I have green eyes)

Give me 2 positive qualities for every 1 negative (or perceived negative).

(I am pudgy, I have a nice smile and long lashes. I have a short, stupid looking nose. I have a good natural color to my skin and I have nice thick hair)
Got it?
Five stars to anyone who answers this exactly as I dictated above.
Don't bother answering to tell me this is a stupid question and who cares what anyone looks like. I am curious. If you don't want to answer - skip ahead! :o)


 Answer by whatevillurks on 7.4.00 5:08 PM
I am 5"10 ish with brown hair and have brown eyes. I also have a stupid looking nose but have big biceps and good hair.

I have a broken front tooth that has been fixed and looks kinda bad, but i tan well and have a big cock.

 Answer by prosaic1 on 7.4.00 5:29 PM
I am 5'11 3/4" tall, 164 pounds, light brown hair with dark brown eyes. I am really bony through my torso, but I have muscular legs and if I go bald, that is okay, since I have a nicely shaped skull (no dents or scars on my head!)

 Answer by persh on 7.4.00 5:35 PM
I'm 5 foot 11 and 3/4 inches tall, 240 pounds, gray-white hair, and blue eyes.
I am overweight, have nice teeth, and a good-looking straight(ened) nose.
I walk with a slight limp, (due to a motorcycle accident) but with good posture and carriage.
I usually have a scowl on my face (to keep people away; I suffer severe chronic pain and don't want people to "accidently" touch me), with a heavy white walrus mustache and slightly long sideburns.

 Answer by Jeni on 7.4.00 6:03 PM
I am 5 foot 4 inches tall and if you think I will ever tell you my weight, you are nuts. I don't even look anymore when I go to the doctors. I have brown hair that is streight and down to the middle of my back. It is mostly styled by pulling it into a pony tail however if I have the money, I like a french braid once in a while. I have blue eyes. I have a tattoo on the inside of my right ankle of a turquoise rose behind a hot pink heart. I also have my ears pierced. My teeth are streight on top and a bit crooked on the bottom.
The negitive one is that I am overweight. I am not happy with this. However, I do have eyes that would melt your soul and a smile to win millions. I also have a lot of room for love in me.

 Answer by LonaHawk on 7.4.00 6:25 PM
I am 5'8 and weigh 140. I have brown eyes and short curly blonde hair (felicity-esque)

I have big shoulders, but I have a strong back (I can sit in front of the mirror and just look at myself flex my back) and nice eyebrows.

I have big thighs (been a compet. swimmer way too long) but I have straight teeth (and never once had braces) and I like the tendons behind my knee.

I chimpunk cheeks but I have strong arms (yet again, could watch myself flex for hours) and a nice stomach.

FYI, no, I am not one of those "muscle" women you see in magazines....just am toned. Heehee

 Answer by arkylynn on 7.4.00 7:16 PM
Negative: I'm not very tall:
Positive: At 5'9" I'm tall enough to dance with a woman up to 5'8", and there's a lot in that category.. It's very hard to dance with someone exactly the same height.I never have to duck to go thru a doorway.

Negative: I don't weigh very much:
Positive: I've never varied over 5 lbs from 15o in my life.
Don't think I'll ever be overweight.

Brown hair with a little grey creeping in, eyes ? ? certainly not much color there, a neutral shade of ? I'm somewhat color blind. But I can really enjoy earthtones, forests, desert colors etc.

Still got nearly all of my hair.

 Answer by brigit on 7.4.00 8:42 PM
brigit steps up to the plate...

i have large, almond-shaped eyes, greenish blue with gold flecks. i have a smile (when i still used it) that won me instant friends. my lips are not as full as currently fashionable, but they do have a nice line.
i have red hair, midway to my breasts, as i just cut it. it is full and very wavy. but it is beginning to fade...
i am five' two", with small feet and hands. i am a tad too rubenesque.
i am buxom, with a nice decolletage, and distract both men and women when i wear a v-necked blouse. i have child-bearing hips.
my legs are a bit short, inseam 28", but in proportion to the rest of my body.
my nose is too large, but well-sculpted, and i have a heart-shaped face, but the jawline betrays a stubborn streak.
i have a high hairline, with a nearly perfect widow's peak. my affect is lively and expressive.
i am quite fair, not to say pale, but, Tehuti, that never went out of style! only a few freckles.
i have celtic tattoos on both lower forearms, a total of eight piercings, favour balinese, indian, and indonesian jewelry. usually three to five rings at once, and six earrings. all silver.
i have a soft voice and a direct gaze.
hope that all balanced out, Jeannie.

 Answer by psykomom on 7.4.00 8:47 PM
Female of average height (5'6"), weigh about 130 lbs, graying hair (which looks better than the mousey brown it used to be), blue eyes. I do not like my face at all, it is not pretty, but I do have a nice nose and nicely shaped ears. My hair is too limp, not enough body, but it can be fixed in many different ways and some of them are really neat. And it is not hard to fix. I have lines in my face that I swear were not there yesterday. However, there are very few of them and my skin is still smooth. My mouth is too thin, but there is usually a quick smile from it and looks pretty good with a little bit of lipstick. Generally, I do not like my looks, however, I have seen a lot worse and I have gotten sort of accustomed to them after all this time.

 Answer by waterlin on 7.4.00 9:54 PM
i am 5'4" tall, 150lbs., with long brown hair and green eyes.

my hair is long and straight, hanging almost to my waist, but it is somewhat fine and is a pretty color when the sun shines on it, with reddish gold highlights, but has some grey in it.

my face is average, plain really, but i have been told i have pretty eyes and they light up when i smile. i smile a lot...then my face looks warm and friendly. if i choose, my face can be quite expressive...

i am short but fairly well-proportioned...i am not fat or thin, with breasts on the smallish side of average and legs that are a bit short. i wear a size 12. usually i am mistaken for being younger than i am, so that is good...and i still look ok in my levi's... :-)

 Answer by Lawboy on 7.4.00 11:28 PM
All right. I am approximately 5'10" tall, and weigh a decent bit more than 200 pounds. I have short, slightly receding brown hair, with grey streaks on the sides, which some women call sexy. I have brown eyes, which smile and laugh far more often than my mouth does. I have long eyelashes that many women envy. My chest, arms and legs are muscular and pretty good sized. I have a bit of hair on my chest, and usually have a bit of a tan from doing work outside. I dislike my voice, but others tell me it is acceptable. While I rarely smile, I do laugh fairly easily, and when I do smile, I've been told it's a nice smile.

 Answer by fly20 on 7.4.00 11:29 PM
I'm a guy. I have an italian look with dark skin tone and dark hair and eyes. I'm 5'6 145 lbs. Most seem to like my build, save the ones that need huge men. My body is trim and compact with some muscle, somewhat like an oriental into martial arts. My nose is a little bigger than it could be, but I don't mind it. My hairline is getting higher but the bangs usually cover it well. The hair is wavy. That's about all I can think to say, maybe BabyTisa can add more, she's seen me already.

 Answer by Meadow on 7.5.00 1:25 AM
Oh...okay here goes!!

I'm 5'1" and quite a little overweight. But I don't consider that a negative, since I refuse to conform to society's standards of "thinness". I do wish I had slightly less stomach and butt though, but I have cute feet and nice legs, so it evens out!

I have brown hair that is nice and wavy and thick, but I wish it was more blonde. I have dark blue eyes, and a nice mouth, but I hate my smile. That's pretty much it....except my personality, and I don't think that's any big secret. I'm wild, bratty, opinionated, funny, loving, and the most loyal of friends. I ain't always happy, but I try to be!!!! Hope that's enough info!!! =)

 Answer by Swillpig on 7.5.00 2:41 AM
I am 6'1" tall with blue eyes and what the sun is making red/brown hair. I have a fair complexion and am in fairly decent health. I am active physically. I have a creative/strategic mind and enjoy being social most of the time.

I'm intolerant of people without discipline. However I enjoy people and am very easy to get along with. I have zero tolerance for children as they should be seen and not heard. Although I realise that this is a flaw that I need to work with and as I grow older I am realising that I will overcome it. For I am highly adaptable to a range of situations and personalities.

I hold integrity to be paramount in life. Now this can be negative OR positive because some might consider me a little anal when it comes to this. However, I admit with I am wrong and don't like to see anyone wronged on any account.

 Answer by heyteach on 7.5.00 11:19 AM
Oh lord, Jeannie, you asked for it.
OK on a good day 5'5." Now, say it with me gang: Fat!
Green eyes. Short brown hair I'm trying to grow back out--growing more slowly than when I want it short, of course! LOL.
Positives, OK, I guess most folks think I'm younger than I am--no grey, no wrinkles, no sense--oops, scratch that, I'd have to come up with a couple of positives to play by your rules!
Ah yes, you suggested humor and smarts. Good listener.
Sheesh, now I need a nap ;)

 Answer by jouey on 7.5.00 12:37 PM
i am 5ft 6, i weigh 135lbs.
i have short purple hair, a pierced tongue and too many earrings! i have big blue eyes that i'm actually quite fond of and long eye lashes. i think i'm fat but i'm grateful that i don't put weight on my hips and thighs (it has other places to visit first!), and i have lovely feet!
i dont feel guilt which makes me quite mean sometimes, but i'm good to those i love and very generous. i also have lovely long finger nails and i love my BF!

 Answer by Minga on 7.5.00 1:20 PM
why the hell not...
I am 5' 11" 190 lbs. with brown wavy hair (a few greys here and there) and dark brown eyes. I think I am heavier than I'd like to be, but my girlfriend says I am fairly well built, large chest and shoulders. I can still swing a sledge hammer or axe while kneeling -- well enough to show them young whipper-snappers.

Not too much body (read chest) hair; clean shaven face.

Like Lawboy, I don't seen to smile too much, but am told it is nice (some say I have dimples) I tan well.

 Answer by colldoll on 7.5.00 8:19 PM
Here goes:

my favorite feature is my hair, It is below my butt, very blond, thick thick thick and wavy, some days I look really wild, I like the look.
I have large green eyes and a nose that tilts upward. I have full lips and a nice smile.
I am 5'8" and weigh a bit over 145 give or take. I have very sexy breasts, a bit too much tummy and wide full hips. But I am proportional, so I dont mind, definately built for comfort not speed.
I have long legs, a bit heavy, but ok.
I think at my age now I am more satisfied with my looks, than I have ever been. I am indebted to my mom for her youthful skin, she gave that to me. If anything, I wish I was thinner, but men seem to like my soft feel, kind of womanly, I guess.
Now that was very honest and a tad difficult to keep so positive, but I think I did it well and was truthful.

 Answer by quest246 on 7.5.00 8:26 PM
I am 5'6 with brown hair and brown eyes I have a slight belly but I have beautiful eyes.
I have a ugly toe nail but I have a beautiful smile.
I have a hard boring job but I have a beautiful girlfriend I go home to.

 Answer by savia on 7.6.00 4:55 AM
I am 5'6" tall, weigh 113, have dark brown hair with auburn highlights and the the occassional thread of silver. Brown eyes.I have "great" legs and an hourglass figure (small hourglass, but it'll do!)My hair is psychotic, some of it is curly, some straight, but overall it ends up looking okay most of the time!I have olive skin and freckles.

I look like someone everyone knows, I hear it all the time: You look like _____!Fill in the blank, brother's girlfriend, cousin, so & so, actress, whatever. I am ordinary. I see nothing wrong with ordinary, but others seem to think saying I am ordinary is somehow negative! If I look like so many people, I must look pretty average, and nothing wrong with average. None of my pictures will post on kp, but I did finally get one to post on yahoo! I joke that I am too ugly for KP, it rejects all my pictures of me, but it is a joke, not something I seriously mean. Should I look for a negative? I suppose it would be my chin, it is too long in my opinion. I think I already balanced out that negative, so I'll quit now!

 Answer by norris on 7.7.00 11:19 AM
I am 5'2" and a shade over 100 pounds -- sometimes as low as 102, sometimes up to 108 or so. I have dark blonde hair that looks blonde in some lights and brown in some (and very very slightly reddish every once in awhile). It's got a weird kinky wave to it that looks frizzy if I don't blow dry it straight or goop it up. I have striking bright blue eyes, the kind that make people ask if I wear colored contacts (I don't.) One of my eyes has a yellowish brown speck in it which sometimes makes it look kinda green. I like this "imperfection" -- it's something that makes me different (even my identical twin sister doesn't have it!) I have a crooked nose (it's been broken 4 times; I'm a klutz) that used to make me very self-conscious, but I've accepted it now (I've convinced myself it gives me character ;) . . . I have very full naturally pink lips which become a darker shade of red when I am in any strong emotional state -- excitement, anger, passion. I have round chipmunk cheeks that get big when I smile and I sort of have a half-dimple in my right cheek.

In the past, I sometimes saw my body as too skinny, but I love it now. I have smallish breasts but they are very perky and they're in perfect proportion to my body. I have a small waist and little hips that flare out from it. I am slender, but not "skinny" -- I do have curves. Whenever I gain a few pounds, they go into my face (which doesn't need to be any pudgier), my stomach, and my butt. I don't mind the extra weight on my butt (it's nice to fill out jeans), and the stomach doesn't bother me too much (I think women with completely flat stomachs look unhealthy and unfeminine) but I don't like having a plump face. I guess that's about it....

 Answer by Dilbert on 7.7.00 1:24 PM
I'm 6'1" and about 240 and have green eyes and brown hair with hints of gray. I have one dimple that was a result of an accident in the 4th grade.

I'm open and sincere and easily hurt by criticism. I love women more than life itself.

 Answer by prncss on 7.7.00 7:23 PM
I am 5'1", blue eyes, dark blonde hair. I have an old fashioned hour glass figure, I am told. My eyes are big, my nose and ears are small, my mouth is pretty small but my laughter is quite loud, it's the Irish in me! My complextion is quite pale. I have pretty hands and feet. That's all I can think of!

 Answer by goodwife on 7.8.00 8:14 PM
I'm a shade under 5'2" with a medium frame. I'm about 25 lbs overweight. I have lot of medium-brown very fine hair that has a distinct natural wave. I've never colored my hair ; it is streaked with gray. I wear my hair all one length in a chin-length bob which I straighten over a brush as I blow it dry.. I have a small, perfectly oval face. I've always wished I had a nicer smile. (I like a smile that shows a lot of teeth). People often tell me to "smile". I tend to appear glum when in repose. I have very small ears, each with two piercings. I have long narrow aristocratic feet (9 1/2 AA), which are in perfect condition. My personality is a nice balance of out-going and reserved. I'm a loyal, compassionate friend. I'm an "Encourager". I like to see people achieving their personal best. I'm a stoic individual. I've never been one to let on when I'm troubled. I tend to keep those things to myself.

 Answer by ortega on 7.8.00 10:39 PM
I am 5'2, 120lbs, with brown hair and eyes. I have great eyebrows and a pretty face. My legs are pudgy though. I am nice and I speak my mind when I feel that I should. I have a horrible singing voice though. I am rather intelligent and a hard worker. However, I gossip too much.

 Answer by newt on 7.11.00 5:22 PM
I'm 5'6'', 130lbs, and brownish/blonde hair. I have blue eyes, which aren't real blue, I think they're more hazel, almost like dark navy blue. I have very fair skin and thick shoulder length hair which people compliment on although it's straight as a ruler and hasn't looked different since 5th grade! I also have nice teeth after 5 years of braces and retainers. I'm medium build and people say I have nice shapely legs.

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