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Damien Mcknight

Hello everyone! I’m not particularly new, but here’s an introduction anyways! 


Name: Alex Mcknight

Age: 13

Gender: FtM

D.O.B: April 20, 2006

Sexuality: Pansexual

Status: Taken

Ethnic background: Asian, Scottish

Religion: N/A

Pets: Gizmo (Dog), Moxie (Cat), Macy (Cat), Pebbles (Bunny), Raspberry (Beta fish)

Height: 5’3”

Weight: 132 lbs

Body shape: Pear (eek)

Eye color: Brown

Hair color: Brown

Likes: Sushi, Coca-Cola, Green, Space, Rain, Winter, Snow, Night, KitKats, Starbucks, Boba Tea, Birbs, Cavetown, Twenty Øne Pilots, Panic! At The Disco, my girlfriend uwu

Dislikes: Bullying, Abuse, the name James, “Popular” kids

That’s really all! If you ever wanna chat I’m free! Have a great day/night!

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NB Adult  (Inactive)

Good introduction, took you for being much older. But hey, no one's going to call you kid or talk down to you here, we all give and receive respect straight across the board. Nice having you in the family, my dog thinks you're pretty cool too! 


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Damien Mcknight

Aww! Thanks! I actually think I have the mentality of a much older age (due to my past). But I’m pretty sure why is because I have grammar skills that match collage level, so I’m very literate at times, idk, but thanks for the love!

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You do seem to be much older than your actual age. Adversity sometimes drives us to grow up faster and we know that what doesn't kill us makes us stronger.

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Hey, Alex! Welcome to the group.



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I wish I was that “old” when I was your age.  Lol

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Oh yea


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Damien Mcknight

Thanks everyone! 

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