Zarcissa

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About Zarcissa

Don't worry, I won't bite... hard. Maybe.

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Zarcissa's FML badges

The Mixer

You like to live life randomly, and we salute you.

Work is a 4-letter word

Voting on an FML in the "Work" category on a Monday morning between 8 and 9 a.m. How ironic.

Checking you out

You checked out the profile page belonging to one of the last people to have a look at your profile.

Supersize Menu

You wanted you know what the top of the flops of all time was, and now you know.

FAAAAAACEBOOK

Your FML account is now linked to your Facebook account.

I’m your new creative director

You had to give your opinion on this new “piece” that the whole world is talking about.

Happy ending

Brandon may have an FML, but he ended up marrying Jessica. You found this out by reading “FML, the follow up.”

Keen reader – Level: student ninja

You have voted for 15% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.

Keen reader – Level: master ninja

You have voted for 50% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.

Keen reader – Level: godlike ninja

You have voted for 100% of the entire collection of FMLs to date.

I never take things to heart

Having said that, my 3 comments on that FML were really worth it.

I'm an early bird, but no worm yet

You commented on an FML between 6 and 7 a.m.

Night owl

You commented on an FML between 1 and 3 a.m.

This isn't what should be happening

You've set the cat off again, he's started pushing fruit out of bodies of water. Well done, wrong turn. Go back.

Santa Claus

You've looked for Santa absolutely everywhere, and you managed to find him. Well done!

Inception

You read an FML that mentions a badge, and in return, you've been awarded a badge. A badge inside a badge.

One more and it's business time

You've received 68 Hugs on your profile. Kinky.

I like your style

You gave a Hug to someone. How cute!

The rules are the rules

Reading the comment rules is a really good idea. This badge is sponsored by Alan, our moderator.

Mobility

You are connected to FML via the mobile site or an app. How modern.

YDI Master

You made your 500th "You deserved it" vote.

Judgmental

You have voted "You deserved it" over 100 times.

Consolation prize

Your FML was denied. We had to at least give you a badge to cheer you up a bit.

50 quality comments

Clicking to reply to a comment is a worthy thing to do. To do so without getting buried afterwards is even worthier.

100 kick-ass comments

100 of your comments are neither buried or moderated. Popular is your middle name!

It's in the can!

Hey, you uploaded your photo, and you’re cute as a kitten!

Profile completed

You’ve filled out the necessary details. Having done so will be much appreciated.

Beginner

You have looked through 5 pages of the website. That’s a start.

I agree, my mouse works.

200 "I agree" votes is a good start.

I moderated this!

In "Moderate the FMLs", you voted Yes on a story that was subsequently published. Well done!

Up and coming moderator

It’s nice of you to help us sort out the submissions, using FML’s moderate feature.

Back from the party

An FML submitted between 5 and 6 a.m. can't be very good.

Perfectionist

Editing your comments can help you avoid embarrassment, and it might make you seem smarter.

Socialite

You used FML’s private messaging service for the first time. Will they reply? Wait and see…

Happy month-versary

You seem to be glued to FML. Shall we set a tent up for you to sleep in?

My diary is a collector's item

There were only 100 numbered VDM diaries for 2011/2012. I've got one.

Tell us what happened next

You've commented on an FML that you sent in

What'ch'all looking at?

You have put three pictures on your profile, but not necessarily pictures of your profile.

A new thumb

You’ve used your thumb on 1000 comments.

42

See, son, moderating FMLs is like a marathon.

The thumb strikes back

You have left your thumbprint on 2500 comments.

50 favorites

Love knows no boundaries. You’ve already added 50 FMLs to your favourites list!

Tweet, tweet

You have shared 20 FMLs on Twitter, your followers love you and we understand why.

I liked to the power of 20

You've liked 20 FMLs, and your Facebook friends are going to like the FMLs you liked.

Picture this FML

You left your mark on an illustrated FML’s presentation blog article.

Who’s the fairest of them all?

This is now the third time you’ve changed your profile pic.

The return of the thumb

You have thumbed 5000 comments.

Going for gold

You looked for gold on FML. What more do you want, money?

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Zarcissa's favorite FMLs

Rapunzel1974 tells us more.

I'm the OP. I'm the one with the Fabulous Fingerbiters. These chickens aren't food: they're overindulged pets. Each one has a name, so chicken stew isn't an option. I've named them after various vaudeville stars or actresses because they're a lot of feathery drama queens. Actually, biting the hand that feeds them is right in line with the entertainment-industry theme I chose when naming them. A chicken bite from a baby bird isn't really painful at all because their little beaks are so soft. Even an adult bird's peck isn't painful in the same way a dog or cat bite is painful. They can't break the skin, although if they get you in the face it can leave a scratch or welt. A parrot, by contrast, can take your finger off. Chickens just aren't strong enough. These are going to be lovely laying hens. They're just a bit cheeky. I think I can break them of the habit by switching for a while to grass instead of mealworms, by *not* dropping the goodies no matter what, and moving on to the second phase of training, where I train them to hop onto my lap and sit there to be fed and petted. When training a chicken, it's important to use food as a reward. They're not like dogs and they don't consider attention a reward. They don't even consider petting a reward until they're conditioned to do so, because it's not a normal behavior or sensation for them. But it's straight-up operant conditioning, right out of B.F. Skinner