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on 03-04-2005
HAPPY 25 FARTS TO ME

That was THE FIRST time Sana saw me without makeup, by the way. It was funny and cute how she freaked out. She really cares. She was so scared that something was wrong and I was crying.. awww.. Sana is like a little sister to me :) Last week was her birthday. Happy birthday last week, Sana. We are going to hang out in a few days, WHOO!

-AleX-
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on 03-04-2005
It's "Nature Girl," minus the hairy armpits!

It was I who played the most profound role in weaning Alex from the habit of marking herself with the stigma of our materialistic society. Granted the same statement could be applied to clothes if I convinced her to become a nudist. Though that would be fun at first, I believe the notches I would have to scratch in to my musket would be cause enough to re-introduce her to the concept of clothing. But we are not even talking about clothes, are we? Well I am... was... but not anymore!

Yes, Alex's makeup. As long as I have known Alex, she has worn a significant amount of grey and purple makeup around her eyes. Aside from the expectant foundation and concealer, this is the only makeup Alex would wear on days of the year that are not called Halloween. My greatest compunction in terms of makeup, is lipstick; thus I was pleased to hear Alex never used it. Still, I found the eye makeup to be unnecessary, and so I began my gradual campaign to reverse the effects of the various brainwashing devices to which Alex had been exposed for her entire life.

Don't get me wrong; as far as makeup goes, Alex's traditional application looks very good on her. It accenuates the shape of her eyes, and gives her an added touch of evil. Still, it is makeup, and it gets in the way. Every so often she would fret over her eyes, worrying that her makeup had somehow been smudged, usually by me in some way. She has always known that I hate makeup in principle. I would not refer to this whole process of mine as "setting out to change Alex." All I wanted to do, is show her that she should not feel the need to wear makeup at all, so she could therefore choose to wear makeup for reasons other than it making her feel more comfortable.

At any rate, my efforts were not completely successful, as Alex still feels the need to "make herself up" from time to time. However I have managed to succeed in much, as she no longer feels the need to wear makeup around me at all, and she can now occasionally bare the face God gave her to complete and utter strangers while outside the walls of her house.

Many of her friends had never seen her without makeup. By the time Alex went to see Sana while wearing no makeup, she had already grown more accustomed to it, so she did not even think anything would be unusual to go see a friend without decorating her face for the day. Sana noticed right away, of course. Hher perception of Alex likely bypassed the very thought that Alex even wore makeup at all, since it was such a regular component of her appearance.

For those of you who care or notice, yes this rant was a few days late getting posted. My apologies, once again to anyone who cares; which at the moment I believe to be no-one aside from Alex and myself. Ah the low-readership days.

-Scott
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on 03-04-2005
Carved in stone...

Yes, I realize I make the occasional typo in my rants. If buzznav were not such a royal bitch that did not allow editing, I might go back and actually correct them. Things being as they are, it is more trouble than it is worth.

-Scott
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