Interview Of Lebscreations By Thelonewood

Hi LEBsCreations. Thank you for letting me interview you. Let me start with some usual questions. You’ve been a member at EP since August 15, 2012. How did you find this site?

A.) I found this site about a year prior while I was searching for something on Google. It kept popping into my answer queue and after a year of ignoring it, I realized I wanted to take a look at it.


And did it click right away or did you think the site uninteresting?

A.) As soon as I joined I knew this place was awesome, now I hate not being able to check in for any length of time.

Why ‘LEBsCreations’? What other profile names did you consider?

A.) LEBsCreations is my alias for my roleplaying and writing, and I use it to identify me on the internet so widely that it would be foolish not to. I never had a thought for another screen name.

You said you love pranks. What was your best prank ever on a person?

A.) My best prank ever on someone was a guy I worked with, he left for about a month, so I moved everything on his desk just a little, turned it 45 degrees here, pulled it a few inches out there. The guy is OCD, so when he came back, it drove him nuts, everything had moved and he couldn't figure out why.

Wow, you have arthritis at 22-25 years old. How do you cope up with it?

A.) I am 24 now, and I was diagnosed with arthritis at 16, I've led an active life though and I maintain that lifestyle, so I am able to handle the joint pain and stiffness, and the aches from activity knowing it could and would be worse if I were less active. I don't let it stop me from doing something I really want to do, if I do that, I'm the one that loses.

You have a book as a profile picture. What is the book about?

A.) A lot of people ask me that one. The book is a notebook, it's a leather journal I use to jot down writing ideas and notes in for rp characters and sometimes sketches. I have all kinds of things in there, it's my second brain when I'm trying to get ideas onto paper before putting them online.

What is the first thing you notice in a woman?

A). Usually her silhouette, that's only thing I can see, if I can see her face, I always look at that first, and then of course, I take a glance at her feet. Being that i like women with pretty feet, I'm always curious, though it doesn't deter me from wanting to know that woman either way.

What is the greatest misconception people have about you as LEBsCreations?

A.) Well, I have been approached numerous times by people thinking I was a Lesbian...not quite sure how a married man qualifies for that one, working those details out as we speak, but that's usually the first one I get. The other is that because I also have stories and posts about my fetish stuff, that comes up a lot as something people are concerned and stand-offish about, though usually what breaks the barrier is that I am careful not to let my fetishes get in the way of being a person and being personable, so once people get to know me, usually that no longer becomes a problem.

Your wife sounds like a sweet and charming lady. Please tell us again your love story.

A.) She is, she is my 'Bluebird'. We met initially online through a Roleplaying site for a Star Wars roleplaying group. She played a Sith and Dark Jedi and all manner of dangerous characters, though she had been inactive for a few years. I had just joined the group i late 2005, and it was 2007 when she met me. I also played dark characters as well as good ones, and a few weird ones. The character that caught her eye was one of my more dark and violent characters. Because I was the only one whom actually went so far as to truly play my character and create action, she was intrigued, and our friendship grew from there. In November of 2008, I had orders to Hawaii and she wanted to come see me before I left, so she drive from Ohio to Virginia to visit. I was still in uniform and it was cold and rainy that day. She came out to meet me and my back was turned, watching the rain, she said 'Hi', and I turned around to the most beautiful blue eyes in the world...all I could say was, 'Wow'...it was love at first sight for the both of us. We married in March of 2009 and have been married since.

How did you propose marriage to your wife?

A.) I mailed her the ring with a bear I sent her as a gift. I was in the middle of my PCS and over a thousand miles away, so I propsed by mail...it worked.

What were the first three things you did on your first day at work?

A.) Well, when I joined the navy, you could say the first three things we did was get in line, ***** down and mail our stuff off back home. That was about the size of it, period.

You joined the I Have An Interesting Life Experience group. What experience was it?

A.) There is no one experience, I've been around the world, been involved in world crisis, I've married a beautiful woman, seen flying fish and water spouts at sea, and the list goes on...I couldn't pick just one.

What do you consider to the most valuable thing you own when you were a teenager?

A.) My car...I worked hard to earn it, my parents didn't want to keep it, but they kept it for me because I needed a car, and the deal was that I had to do a lot of work to get it, so while I worked forty hours a week, paid my own marching band dues, paid fro the car insurance, bought my own groceries and went to school, I also did everything they needed me to do as well to earn it. I also always had money to spend.

What is your most memorable moment on EP?

A.) Making friends...there are a lot of those moments...seeing new messages, it's always developing into new moments...there isn't just one.

If you could have an endless supply of any food, what would you get?

A.) Coffee, apple pie, sushi, and mochi...I got a taste for the last two after living in Hawaii for so long.

What is your biggest pet peeve?

A.) There is only one thing that will make me so angry that I will lose my mind, and that is having someone try and talk over me when they don't know what they are talking about. I don't care to have someone lie and think they can try and outstamrt me, it's an insult to my intelligence, and it will literally bring out some pretty stupid anger in me.

What development in your life would have surprised you as a child?

A.) Probably the seriousness to sit down and learn something on my own without being told. When I was a kid, I was the classclown and I had no ability to be serious around people...now no one can even tell that I have ADD really bad because I learned how to deal with it, though now I have a problem just settling down and not being wound up tight and aggravated.

How do you see yourself in ten years?

A.) Happy and well on my way with my Roth IRA to the level I want it to be so that I can retire comfortably.

What’s the last movie you saw and how did you find it?

A.) I saw the movie Lincoln in the Theater and I was seriously impressed by it. It was a great movie, and when it comes out on DvD, I want to have a copy, it was seriously that good.

Any tips for new EPeeps?

A.) Yeah, be yourself, the beauty of this place is that you can relax and let out all of the parts of yourself you hide, and it's okay to do here, so, by all means, let people see what are you really like and let your hair down and relax. You'll find that at some point you are not alone.

That's all the questions I have. Thank you so much for your time. :)

LEB.) Thank you so much for interviewing me, it was a pleasure!
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2 Responses Nov 27, 2012

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I love how you and your wife met. :)