I have a penchant for long socks and soft toys, and am notoriously messy. This however will not stop me from getting mad at you if it's you leaving things lying around. That's just how I roll.
I don't think I'm physically capable of being anywhere on time. I can get up an hour earlier than usual, and still end up late. My bestfriend knew to give me fake meeting times so when I finally got there, I'd be on time.
I'm originally from Townsville (Read: 2002-2010) and I miss the disgusting heat like nothing else. Okay, really I just miss being able to run around in short shorts and singlet tops all year round. I despise the cold and I don't think my legs have seen sunlight since March.
Dancing. I've been known to often be the only person on the dancefloor, with an array of bemused onlookers. I have a gift and could put Elaine to shame.
Living off cereal and toasted sandwiches. I'm the worst vegetarian ever as I don't really even like vegetables (and am the laziest person ever), so the aforementioned really are staples in my diet.
I love rom-coms (cheesy, I know) because you can just sit back and chill to them. A favourite is 'Bridget Jones's Diary', but on the soppy end I love 'I Am Sam'. I'm open to most genres though and most recently loved '2012' and 'District 9'.
I'm not a real music buff. Generally I don't listen to music at home, and I've had the same mix CD in my car for 4 years - Yet I still don't know the lyrics to most of the songs on it. I don't have favourite artists or genres, simply favourite songs.
I used to LOVE reading, but I have to say the only books I've read in recent years have been the Twilight series - and don't judge them til you've read them! Though that's not to say I really liked the movies or am either Team Edward or Team Jacob. They could all take an acting lesson or two.
- TV (or at least an infinite supply of DVDS)
- My car: I've never had to rely on public transport before so I don't think I could easily adjust.
Some time ago I would have said my mobile phone, but I have little reason to use it anymore so I could probably adapt if I had to. Likewise I'd have once said something along the lines of 'friends', but circumstances have shown me that I can and have done without, even if it is miserable.
My future - All the things I want out of life and trying to match those goals to a realistic path to attaining them. I think little about the present.
On a less philosophical note, I spend A LOT of time thinking about baby names which is a major obsession of mine, and various house and furniture designs and layouts in my head.
I assume I will eventually become the cat lady.