Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

My turn...

My real name:
Where did we meet:
How long have you known me:
How well do you know me:
Do I smoke:
When you first saw me what did you think:
My hair & eye colour (bonus points for natural hair):
Have you ever had a crush on me:
What's one of my favourite things to do:
One of the first things I said to you:
What's my favourite type of music:
What's my best physical feature:
Am I shy or outgoing:
Would you say I'm funny:
Am I a rebel or do I follow the rules:
Any special talents I have:
Would you consider me a friend:
Have you ever seen me cry:
A good nickname for me would be:
Am I in love, and with who:
Say anything to me here:
Have I ever been hospitalised and what for:
Have I ever had a crush on you:
Am I a Goth:
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