Oops I didn't use the first letter of my name one my previous post...
by FaithDream 3 years ago
For example, my tag name is FaithDreaM. So my 3 word description would be "Making a difference."
by Erica Sanchez 11 years ago
I posted this in the question field and was closed do to the numerous responses I had so lets continue the question in a forum. Shall we.....
by phoenix_028@yahoo 3 years ago
If you were to describe yourself, what kind of animal would best describe you.?I would be a wolf, their ability to survive as well as their relation to their family is a wonder...sort of the same as me.
by jaydawg808 8 years ago
If you had to describe yourself as a flavour, what would it be?
by jagandelight 11 years ago
If you could choose one word to describe yourself, what would it be?
by Mark 10 years ago
Describe yourself in 4 words.I know it is hard but it can be done..................so DO IT NOW!
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