Welcome Vampire Writers!


#6051

Aww! I have wanted an emoji since the Beta started ;-; a friend of mine did get her own emoji, because her thread got enough votes


#6052

Quite a few of the Ambassadors have them already, so I don’t know how mine will show or when or whatever.


#6053

sad look


#6054

I have no authority over emojis, lol.


#6055

Lauren used to… But Lauren left


#6056

I have no idea who Lauren is, possibly due to the leaving. There’s always ‘ask the ambassadors’ if you’d like to find out if you can have an emoji. I don’t think you can, but you can find out if there’s a way to earn one.


#6057

I want an emoji!!


#6058

Again, I don’t think regular users can have emojis but if you’d like to find out if there’s a way to earn an emoji there’s always ‘ask the ambassadors’. I mean, my amazing tiny sushi roll doesn’t want to show anyway and I’m probably missing something really obvious about that but, oh well, lol. There’s still this;:sushi:


#6059

hmmmm sushi :smiley: I know what I want to have tomorrow for lunch xD


#6060

Meanwhile I have to have a diet bar. Sigh.


#6061

What? You don’t know Lauren Leto? She was major in setting up these forums. Her name here was UncleL


#6062

Are you dieting?


#6063

No but I only joined in September 2017 and wasn’t super active in the community until early 2018 so I might have just missed her.

Also… kind of? I mean, I need to lose weight because I don’t naturally burn off fat so I’m trying to do more exercise and reduce my calorie intake for the sake of my joints. I am getting a little too old to be carrying extra weight, and there’s a history of osteoporosis in my family so anything that makes it easier on my body is a good thing.


#6064

Ah, that sucks. She was great

Oh, I see. I actually need to put on weight. I’ve been dangerously underweight for years, and I’m trying to change that.

What is osteoporosis?


#6065

Hey tem


#6066

Hi!
I’m in my principles of health science class, and am translating medical jargon into livingroom language. It’s hard.


#6067

Oof, that sounds terrible

Health science on its own is terrible


#6068

Osteoporosis is a condition that weakens bones, making them fragile and more likely to break. It develops slowly over several years and is often only diagnosed when a minor fall or sudden impact causes a bone fracture. The most common injuries in people with osteoporosis are: wrist fractures. hip fractures.

Also; you may have my weight if you like. I’ll mail it to you.


#6069

You could trade metabolisms.


#6070

You do not want that. My metabolism is seriously messed up