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My self-summary
I don't like writing about myself, so this shall be in third person. To begin with, she's two years younger than that thing says. She's intelligent. Most of the time. Slightly apathetic over certain issues, i.e. college. Certainly the pariah, the one who declines wild, wild parties just for something more artful. Passionate and creative when she wants to be. Dangerously emotional. Quiet amongst large groups of people, so she enjoys watching others rather than joining in with the "Hokey Pokey." Does indeed enjoy the theatre, for the play is the thing. Enjoys, above all else, reading and writing. Senses of humor are good too. She has her secrets. Oh, she's pretty much here for tests.

I am quirky, dark, and playful
What I’m doing with my life
Planning notions in my head that are quite wild and dreamy - Otherwise, living day by day, attempting to earn money, love life, and going to college like society says I should.
I’m really good at
There isn't much that I shine extravagantly in, but I do favor my writing at times. I've an extremely good memory,which has been declining in the past months, but it takes work to use it, you know? Otherwise, I'm okay at other things, nothing that I'm really excessively bad in.
The first things people usually notice about me
If my hair's down - That. And then, either it's me bouncing up and down b/c I can't sit still, or me freezing to death.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Ah, books.

(a) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Edward Albee - Is really a magnificent, meaningful play that evokes such emotion.

(b) Welcome to the Monkey House - Kurt Vonnegut - Vonnegut is just greeeat. And this is a collection of the finest stories, weaved with masses and masses of dark humor and themes galore.

(c) Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte - The classic, Victorian romance novel of an impoverished, oppressed, autonomous, orphan girl who demands her rights, remaining a kind, gentle woman; and in the end, living a fairy tale. Maybe I am cheesy. But, I do enjoy Bronte's language.

P.S. - Edith Wharton and Ernest Hemingway suck.

(b) There are certainly too many, but all those I would reference to would be creations of pop culture. I will say, however, that due to my fascination with Resident Evil prior to the movie, that I am mesmerized by the movie.

(c) Music - Resident Evil, which brings me to Milla Jovovich, who is an AMAZING artist, let me tell you. She is gorgeous.

(d) Food - Vegetarian.
Six things I could never do without
Music. Pencil. Paper. My sanity. Writing Yay! Humor.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
When I'm obsessed with or stress about something, I'll spend all my time thinking about that.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either working or out somewhere, but not at home.
You should message me if
You can sustain a message past the norms of small talk.
The two of us