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My self-summary
I do hope you know where your towel is...
Hey, I'm Lewis =]

I'm 20,
Film Student,
Five foot seven,
Advancing the insidious liberal agenda.

I get impressed by things like when a guy in the street is wearing the same necklace as me or when I see someone reading Norwegian Wood in a Starbucks or that rare moment when you make pancakes exactly the way they are in the movies.

And I hate the facebook elite, spicy foods, people who act like they're King of Gay because they sleep around and people who plug their religion but accuse you of being arrogant for not wanting to listen.

I'm gay, and I can be pretty feminine, but that shouldn't suggest I'm stereotypical. I'd much rather spend the night in a rock club than at a gay club, I love Blue Banana, and I think Kylie Minogue should be executed for crimes against my eardrums.

My chief hobby is making sexually inappropriate jokes to the lovely Drwttbee, who is saved on my phone under the flattering moniker "Tits McGee".

I'm a lot smarter than I get credit for. I'm not being big headed here, but a lot of people treat me like I'm stupid just because I'm ditzy and I don't feel the need to broadcast my intellect. Being smart is like being powerful- If you have to prove you are, you aren't.

I'm a mess of love and hate and phobias and optimism and pessimism and contradictions barely held together by energy drinks and band-aids.

I alphebatize my DVD's, but you can barely see the floor through the clothes. I'm a little crazy, but hopefully in a good way. I like to see the best in people, but at the same time a lot of them will piss me off and I can hold a grudge for a really long time.

I have one dog and four cats (but my mom wants another one and I'd love a pet giraffe). My bedroom is decorated in posters and pages torn from fashion magazines and I really enjoy a Nutella+Peanut Butter/Banana sandwich and a nice cup of tea.

I'm an ENFP, which I'm loathe to spend time writing here because I can't think of a way to list how awesome I am and not come off as A) Big-headed, B) Boring, C) A liar.
As far as personality types go, though, it means I'm always up for something fun even when I should be doing something else, so message me! I'll probably be up for a chat. :)

It also means that I hate confrontation and I take criticism personally. Bad times.

I can be something of a perfectionist. If something goes wrong I'll be the first to admit it, which isn't to say that I'll take the blame if it isn't my fault. If whatever project I'm working on isn't good enough when I hand it in, I'll be the one freaking out about how I fucked up and'll have to resit the class.

I don't like getting involved in other people's drama. I have my own problems, thanks. If you ask for advice or my opinion, I will give it to you, but I'm not going to pick sides in something that ultimately isn't my fight, and I hate it when they get involved in mine.

On that note, I'm not a big fan of conflict at all. I do my best to avoid it, which unfortunately makes me pretty passive-aggressive and means that people just carry on with what they're doing because they don't appreciate how pissed off I am.

I'm the guy who'll dance alone if there's noone to dance with and even though I can't do it. I used to be really self concious about what people think of me, but I've recently gotten over that- or started to.

I'm also a pretty active blogger. :) Have a gander!

I'm going to put this here because people either ignore the 18-25 thing at the bottom or don't read my profile at all which is even worse- I won't reply to you if you're older than 25. I don't want a random fuck or a boyfriend or a sugar daddy or whatever who remembers the fall of the Berlin Wall.

On that note I have a boyfriend right now- The only reason I still have this account is because you never know where you'll meet interesting people in a friends way. :) So I'm not looking for anything.
So long, and thanks for all the fish!
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a student and an aspiring writer/screenwriter/director. Right now I'm working on a novel called "My Beautiful Rescue", and it's a romance set in alternative universes I want to make someday. :) All the chapters are named after the song I was listening to when I wrote them, and it's named after a song by a band called This Providence, which you should totally check out. I've also FINISHED the screenplay, granted that I did at least 30 pages in one night under the influence of enough caffeine to kill a horse.

I'm also the first AD on an upcoming indie movie directed by the aforementioned Drwttbee. We discussed other production roles but at that point on a friday night we had more alcohol in our bloodstreams than we did blood.

I'm moving to Canada in the summer to live with my boyfriend Hiro-Chan. <3
I’m really good at
I'm really good at writing, but only short segments of full length novels/screenplays.
I can read several books at once without losing focus. Right now I'm reading The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and Official Book Club Selection by Kathy Griffin.
The first things people usually notice about me
A lot of the time you'll hear me before you see me. :)

Visually, My dress sense. I love to wear loads of bright colours, so I usually will.
Personality wise, I come off as really happy and fun if I'm with my friends, but if you meet me on my own then I can come off as really shy and quiet, but tht's purely because I don't really know how to approach people. Once you take the time to say hi then I'm a pretty cool guy to be around. :) Or so I'm told.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Haruki Murakami: Norwegian Wood, 1Q84 (I,II), The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, Kafka on the Shore, After Dark, A Wild Sheep Chase, Dance Dance Dance, Sputnik Sweetheart, The Elephant Vanishes
Koushun Takami- Battle Royale
Christopher Rice: A Density of Souls
Andrew Davidson: The Gargoyle
Stephen Chbosky: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy- A Trilogy in Five Parts
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
S.G. Browne: Breathers: A Zombies Lament
Alice Sebold: The Lovely Bones
Rachel Klein: The Moth Diaries
Poppy Z. Brite: Lost Souls, Drawing Blood, Exquisite Corpse, Liquor
Perry Moore: Hero
Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events
Darren Shan: The Saga of Darren Shan, The Demonata, The Thin Executioner, The City
Suzanne Collins- The Hunger Games
Audrey Niffenegger- The Time Traveler's Wife
Dave Eggers- A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
David Levithan- Boy Meets Boy
Clive Barker: The Hellbound Heart
Koji Suzuki: The Ring Sequence
Stephen King: Cell, Misery, Cujo, Duma Key
James Herbert: Nobody True, The Rats
P.C. and Kristin Cast- The House of Night books
Joseph Delaney- The Spook books
Markus Zusak- The Book Thief
Sylvia Plath- The Bell Jar
Elizabeth Wurtzel- Prozac Nation
Marilyn Manson and Neil Strauss- The Long Hard Road Out of Hell

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Fight Club
Repo! The Genetic Opera
Battle Royale
American Beauty
I'm a Cyborg (But That's OK)
Edward Scissorhands
Sleepy Hollow
Big Fish
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
Garden State
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Ed Wood
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Alice in Wonderland (Disney Animated)
Alice in Wonderland (Tim Burton)
Corpse Bride
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
Kill Bill (I refuse to seperate them into two films.)
Planet Terror
(500) Days of Summer
Resident Evil
The Phantom of Liberty
City of God
The Lovely Bones
Lady Vengeance
Pan's Labyrinth
The Devil's Backbone
Forrest Gump
The Dark Knight
Spirited Away
Silent Hill
Paranormal Activity
Drag Me to Hell
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Black Swan

The Spill Canvas
Marianas Trench
The Beatles
The Birthday Massacre
Linkin Park
My Chemical Romance
Fall Out Boy
Kimya Dawson
Regina Spektor
Florence and the Machine
Marilyn Manson
Butch Walker
30 Seconds to Mars
A Rocket to the Moon
Analog Rebellion
Panic! At the Disco
Alanis Morisette
Brand New
This Providence
Within Temptation
Lacuna Coil
In This Moment
The XX
Crystal Castles
Maria Mena
The Hush Sound
Brian Eno
Akira Yamaoka
An Cafe
Patrick Wolf
The Naked and Famous
The Pretty Reckless

Ice cream
Six things I could never do without
01- My phone. I can contact people, They contact me, and it doubles as an MP3 player.
02- My computer. You can use a computer for anything.
03- A good book, because time goes slowly if you have nothing to do, this is the best thing to have while travelling/waiting for something.
04- Straighteners. My natural hair is really curly/bushy.
05- Glasses/Contacts so I can actually see things.
06- Money so I can spend it on things. :)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
a wide variety of things, including:

- Ideas.
- Dreams.
- Why bad people have all the luck.
- What's going on in my life.
- Whether Katie Price will go away if we ignore her enough.
- Guys with long hair <3
- Why the town I grew up in was so woefully unlike The Perks of Being a Wallflower
- Why no-one has punched Fred Phelps in the throat yet.
- Whether Americans realize that a pedophile is a foot fetishist.
On a typical Friday night I am
doing something fun.

I'm open to just about anything, as long as it's fun. I rarely plan anything out in advance. If I get invited somewhere, fair enough, but the closest I'll come to planning something like a night out will usually be me calling around to see if anyone happens to be out that night. Life is too short to waste on routine.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
- I'm afraid of Alien Abduction, Power cuts, Grey Aliens and strange dogs.
- I can help people with their own problems, but I can't even begin to tackle my own.
-My favourite word is Wallflower, and my least favourite word is Moist.
You should message me if
- If you like the look of me or what you've read.:)
- You fancy a chat (This applies for any interesting girls out there also, but I do warn you that I talk a lot and think I'm much more interesting than I probably am.
The two of us