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chucky5097 wrote my bio after I forgot to log out one day:

I was born in a snowy log cabin in the middle of July. My father, a beaver, was much displeased with my entry into the world; he had a pool going and bet I would be born three days later. Since then, my parents always had little expectation that I would ever support them financially. Consequently, I was often neglected and malnourished as a child- once, they even tried to ditch me in a crowd at a carnival.

My entire life has been an emotional rollercoaster of woe and more woe. At the age of seven, I was diagnosed with lukemia. I fell down a flight of stairs at the age of eight and broke both arms and both legs, one of each being amputated afterwards. I am often left alone and unspoken for, because nobody wants to hear me complain about my horrible, horrible life anymore.

Oh, and I am also a compulsive liar.


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