I make hip-hop for a living.
Go to www.myparentsfavoritemusic.com to hear my stuff, and let me know what you think <3.
My profile name is the name of the Goddess of Light from the classic Nintendo game Kid Icarus. Video games are a good portion of my life. They are a humble art form when done correctly.
I like water parks. I'm a grammar fan.
I love bookshelves filled with books, and creative, original room design. Making shelves out of stairs, secret passages, walls covered in stories.
I want to learn to play the violin, and after doing so create a custom-made custom-tailored electric violin.
I love pea coats, and I like to dress up in a certain color for each day of the week:
Sunday RED The week is born in blood...or Kool-Aid.
Monday ORANGE My favorite color is orange, so on Mondays I pay my respect to Garfield on this day of boring starter days.
Tuesday YELLOW Mostly "Dress-up-like-a-bee" day.
Wednesday GREEN Hump and horny day.
Thursday TEAL/SEAFOAM Water level day.
Friday BLUE Blue Power Ranger Day.
Saturday PURPLE I look good in violet. Brings out my eyes.
I have an almost-complete Care Bear collection. I even have a few of the cousins.
I love the 1920s and 1930s era. I love women's names during this time period and I name all of my electronics (I.E. my DS, my phone, my laptop) after them. The big band and slow jazz melts me. I consider artists from this period like Winsor McCay and Norman Rockwell "God's left and right hands".
I love the 1940s and 1950s era for it's teal-colored fridges. Also, the idea that you could go into a drug store/department store/malt shop, and get whatever you needed and still have a secluded but popular place to just have a bite to eat, and enjoy some amazing company.
I have an obsession with cheeseburgers and cheeseburger-related items. The way to my heart is food-themed.
I enjoy commercials. They are an art to me that can be sink or swim. Not too many people do. DVRs killed the idea of people enjoying them and I'm not a happy camper about this.
I broke into Kid Rock's front yard once.