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@brsajo insisted I do an introduction, and that 3 days and 10 posts later wasn't too late. I'll do it in dotpoint form so I don't ramble (I love rambling)

 

- the name's Dee, I'm almost 19 and currently studying jazz at uni with @brsajo

- I live in Perth Australia

- I'm aro ace, and I've been plodding around the community for just over a year now

- I love giving aro ace advice on my tumblr by the same name

 

I think that's all. I'm really enjoying Arocalypse so far!

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1 minute ago, aussiekirkland said:

Is ice cream a thing here? If so I may love it even more :icecream::icecream::icecream:

I'm under the impression that ice cream is to arocalypse, what cake is to AVEN :P

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Welcome to the forums :icecream:

4 hours ago, aussiekirkland said:

@brsajo insisted I do an introduction, and that 3 days and 10 posts later wasn't too late.

 

Oh that's definitely not too late xD I did mine after 100 posts and having been a member for over a month.

 

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8 hours ago, aussiekirkland said:

currently studying jazz at uni with @brsajo

 

Wow, it's overwhelmingly awesome that you have someone at your faculty who understands your orientations :cocktail: I suspect that I was studying with a few aro aces at uni but what surprises me is that there's likely more than one aro-spectrum person studying music, which is passionate and not nerdy at all.

 

Thanks to you both for coming! :arolove:

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11 minutes ago, aroMa(n)tisse said:

Wow, it's overwhelmingly awesome that you have someone at your faculty who understands your orientations :cocktail: I suspect that I was studying with a few aro aces at uni but what surprises me is that there's likely more than one aro-spectrum person studying music, which is passionate and not nerdy at all.

 

Thanks to you both for coming! :arolove:

I know what you mean. Music students at school tended to be very relationship orientated (both of my relationships were with music students lmao) but at uni it's just about the music and it's really nice :)

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I guess there's enough science at uni to keep their minds occupied :P Also, they might have learned to channel their sexual / romantic energy into creativity, which they weren't good at when they were at school.

 

I think music is actually less relationship-oriented than sports, especially dancing and figure skating where partners have to spend a lot of time together with a lot of touch involved. It's hard for a romantic person not to fall in love under such extreme conditions :D

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1 hour ago, aroMa(n)tisse said:

what surprises me is that there's likely more than one aro-spectrum person studying music, which is passionate and not nerdy at all.

 

Thanks to you both for coming! :arolove:

I think you'll find that we are both extremely nerdy :P

You should have seen us in Jazz history when our lecturer mentioned "Mario Bowser"! xD

 

Also, thanks! This place is absolutely wonderful (with a community to match)!

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