Tuesday, March 24, 2009

In the jungle, the mighty urban jungle

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Heh, I've had an odd day. First, my statistics test took my arse, carefully folded it into an origami crane, and handed it back to me. After that, I spent some time talking with a small cute moving figurine on how to best market himself. More about this at some later point, *grin*.

The lesson that today taught me is this: people are only cool in context. In my statistics class I rank about as cool as eraser shavings. I'm thankfully a little cooler than that with my husband and child, and actually feel like my strengths have found a place in Second Life.

I'm honored to write about these clothes by EBT. I'm wearing a puffy prim vest, gloves, jeans, worn-out tank, and serious boots from the Manticorp Resident Set. The distressed quality of these clothes is very nicely done, and I like the fit of the prim vest (although I need an AO that doesn't distort it). I'm wearing it with a new belt from Kunstkammer with a big olde west star on the front (Lawless, there are boy sizes too), and hair by Historical Heroines. I like the dichotomy between old style hair and new style clothes...

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***Hair: Historical Heroines Mary in Coal
***Outfit: EBT Manticorp Military and Urban / Manticorp-Resident Set (with gloves, vest, jeans, collar)
***Shoes: EBT (sold in Niemacks shop) Manticorp-Resident Female Boots Calvary Boots
***Bracelet and earrings: Kunstkammer Romantigoth set
***Belt: Kunstkammer Star Belt - black - women's
***Lip ring: Ellabella Rainbow Ravin'
***Skin: Nomine Sylvan China White - Mourna Black
***Tattoo: Alices Garden Tattoo Macy
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