Athena's Attic (annjej76) wrote,
Athena's Attic
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MSUing How about U?


So I'm sitting here MSUing...what exactly is MSU? It stands for Making Shit Up. It's a term created by my work only "they" use the G version.

What am I MSUing? I'm sitting here pondering what my friends on here actually look like. I've been corresponding with a few people for a year now. Shit, has it been that long? Anyhew, I feel like I really know my friends on my Flist but I couldn't pick them out of a lineup.

One who will remain nameless, likes to keep their identity a secret not revealing whether they are male or female. I admire this, because you can take their work for just that work. I'm fairly certain they're a male but then again I've been wrong before. I like being in the dark when it comes to this person. This only adds to their mystique. Problem is, they are extremely talented and I'm such a whore when it comes to their fanfiction. I'll drop everything to read their work. In fact I've read their 'normal' journal and it makes me like them even more so. Sometimes I wish I knew what they looked like, but in others I'm fine with not knowing. My imagination is more powerful that way I can imagine them tall, short, blonde, brunette, red head, glasses, no glasses, built, thin, tattoos, pale skin, etc. *wink wink nudge nudge*

Does anyone else do this? I'm so new to this medium of writing on the web that I'm sure others ponder and wonder what their so called "friends" look like. Or does not knowing help you communicate with them because writing has no feelings. If you knew what they looked like or sounded like does that effect how you read their work? I truly doubt so. Although I could be wrong...

Don't mind me I'm just pondering and using my doctorate in Making Shit Up. :D


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