A smile is a curve that sets things straight. [Thank you for the 70,000+ views!]
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I used to hate writing, but my freshman English teacher and my former crush have inspired me to be more creative and made writing as one of my hobbies. I am grateful to have embraced this new diversion, but I still have many more things to learn! I'm a nice person, so feel free to say hi. :) Oh, and by the way, I'm an Aquarius, so greetings to my fellow Aquarians!
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February 11, 2012
Think about it.
Doesn't that make you ponder on the subject? I don't know if it's just me, but whenever I stumble upon a profile of a user who no longer uses this website, I can't help but wonder why they decided to leave. Maybe I'm just corny as hell like Holden Caulfield always says, but the way I see it, the date you joined Quizilla is like your date of birth (on 'Zillaland). So when someone hasn't logged in for months or years, that last date they logged in signifies the "death"of their account. And then I think of all the possibilites that led them to abandon their account. Maybe they decided to go under a new username on Quizilla or moved to another website, or maybe they got sick of writing and wanted to do something else with their time. Maybe the unthinkable happened and, well, you know... But I don't want to think that way. Actually, the way I see it, when a person no longer writes for their fandom anymore, it means they lost interest. But if you look deeper into that, the reality is that they grew up and moved on. Eventually, we will all leave Quizilla and continue to pursue greater and more important things in our lives. It's sad, but you know it's true. We will all have to grow up eventually, whether we want to or not. I know you've seen those abandon accounts, too, and if you're like me, do you ever stop to wonder if people will actually come back to your profle and remember you as a writer? Or will you be forgotten along with the rest of those who left?