Sitting on the other side of the screen is a youngish creature staring intently at a spot on a trope that could use another example, only she has too many words and not enough skill to make it zing like everybody else's, so she shrugs and goes to the next page, and discovers more things to waste time on.
The cat observes from his shelf.
Books tower up around her: fantasy, sci fi, theology, philosophy, and an astonishing number of hymnals.
And then she discovered that this was one site that the guardians of workplace productivity have never tagged for blocking. They must all be tropers.
Scionofgrace is interested in:
Live Action TV
Scionofgrace provides examples of:
- American Accents: Decent example of "Newscaster English"; raspy "a"s and hard "r"s all the way.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Was one to her older brother, had one in her younger brother.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Formally diagnosed with ADD: Inattentive type, leading to:
- Blind Without 'Em: Has worn glasses since age six.
- Daddy's Girl: Less creepy, more Opposite-Sex Clone.
- Five-Man Band: with her immediate family
- Flyover Country: Midwesterner and proud of it.
- Good with Numbers: Tracks inaccuracies and mistakes across thousands of hospital records. Daily. As a career.
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Also Angrish and Unusual Euphemism.
- I Have Brothers: Psychological variant: Difficult to shock or annoy, thanks to brotherly persecution.
- Identical Granddaughter
- In the Blood: Geekiness, musicality, and ADHD are traceable through the paternal line, going back at least four generations.
- Middle Child Syndrome: Averted, by the cunning plan of being the only girl.
- One-Woman Wail: A lyric soprano. Also capable of ululation, which comes in handy at football games.
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Germanic type.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Unequivocally.
- Spot of Tea: Every day, 3pm, without fail. Much to the amusement of her coworkers.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Tea and peppernuts. The latter are something of a G-Rated Drug among her friends and family.