I am, most of the time
the definition of hubpage junkie is one who is addicted to hubpages and is there day and night not only working but socilizing.
I used to be a facebook "junkie"
yes, I prefer here to facebook now too. My husband says I spend too much time on the computer, so guess I am addicted
Oh, yes! I actually just quit my other freelance writing job because it was stretching me too thin and I haven't been paying enough attention to my hubs, my REAL "job"...
Is that a picture of you?
How did your job search turn out?
THE TOWN is crap.
yep, it's me friendly.
as far as the job hunt goes, im still searching. i have two part time jobs right now, but nothing definite yet.
the town, i liked that movie, but to each their own is what i say. lol. so hows it going with you?
I'm happy. I'm busy. I can't get to hubpages as much as I use to.
I was very disappointed with The Town. I expecting a really good horror film. I didn't read any reviews before I went to see it.
I am a hubpages junkie...I inject and drink hubpages every day and night....just can't help myself, am addicted!...when it comes to going cold turkey, I prefer the hot turkey with onion gravy on it!
Facebook Junkie's take the bunk stuff... I need some good quality Hubpages otherwise I start to twitch and get frustrated! I need it in me to relax. I even check my Google Adsense twice on my phone on my break in work.
For me its like going to the coffee shop for an intelligent conversation!
Yes I'm a HP junkie, I'm even on it at work sometimes. Oops don't tell my boss!
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by lpanfil 9 years ago
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