My mom, especially, challenged us on everything. She'd use words we didn't know in the middle of a sentence and make us tell her what they meant by figuring out the context in which they were used. When she and my grandparents talked about politics at the table, she wanted to hear our opinions. The more we disagreed with her, the happier she seemed to be.
—from Iceman, a book by Chuck Liddell
Active since July 25, 2020.
357 total characters in this text.
|Universe||Races||Average WPM||First Race|
|Default (English)||32,609||84.52||April 3, 2015|
|Instant Death Mode||21||94.15||December 17, 2018|
|1||67.47||July 25, 2020|