- Somewhat of a troublemaker
- Not that good at cracking jokes
- Likes dressing up, costumes are fun
- Doesn't really care what people think of him
especially likes sports where he can punch things
- Doesn't really like watching people play sports, especially not on the sidelines because he'll just sit there yelling instructions...He likes to be in on the action and all
- really bad at comebacks and getting back at people
- petty arguments yo
- Doesn't actually care for authoritative figures, because he's dumb enough not to think before he does stuff :'D
- He's afraid of water :] He can't swim xD
- He doesn't like thinking deep into things like death, etc. Also, he doesn't like 'psychic' people because he's paranoid that they're trying to mind-control him or read what he's thinking.
- Necrophobia : fear of death
+ Public attractions (fairs, carnivals, vacation hotspots, etc.)
+ Spring, Summer, Fall, and not winter unless it's a holiday
+ LOUD NOISES YAY HAPPY LOUD NOISES
+ FUN ALWAYS EVERYTHING MUST BE FUN
+ Movies (mostly action movies)
+ Sun, sunshine woo
+ TP-ing peoples' houses [[TPING IS THE MOST eeeeevilest of eeeevils]]
+ The colors red, orange, and yellow
- Punishments that associate with work
- uses too much hairgel bro
- Status: Single
- Does not believe in Arceus. He doesn't think Arceus exists since he's never seen him with his own eyes. He kinda goes by the saying "Seeing is believing"
- He knows how to cook some things
- Birthday is August 4th
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Clockwork Spider No 41
completed January 9, 2014
Spider No 41 was made with recycled watch parts and a blue automotive light bulb.
In order to create the legs, forty-eight watch stems must be cut in different sizes to simulate the organic appearance of real spiders’ legs, which vary in size and shape between species. Each of these segments is carefully arranged into a leg and soldered at the joints with lead free, silver bearing solder. Each side of four legs is then soldered together at the base, forming what looks like a claw.
To make the body of the spider, several watch strap springs were soldered together. A blue automotive light bulb is very carefully removed from its metal base and soldered to the body chassis by its lead wires.
After the body is made, the leg assemblies are carefully arranged and attached by soldering. The legs and body are then manipulated in order to make the spider stand properly. All joints are then resoldered for added stiffness.
Spider No 41 measures 47mm wide by 42mm front to back by 23mm tall.
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