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Author has written 9 stories for Glee.
So, I was gone for a bit. Stuff happened. If you're familiar with me, Cousin left this world, so that was, you know, why.
I'm going to be honest; I think I've become more mature over the past year. Like, less scared and trying to get approval than before, which I did a lot. Some stuff I'd say in author's notes were changed in detail. It's all true in regards to the events, only in high school instead of college. I'm younger than I implied.
Which, I like to think, is why I've had a ton of revelations recantly. Turns out I like boys.
That sounds not right. I still like girls, just boys too. So, bisexual? Pansexual? I don't know. I'd never liked anyone who wasn't a girl until recently. I always figured you find people hot even if it's not your sexuality to be attracted to them, and so life has been just a bucket of confusing depression lately.
I deleted some stuff down below, because I found them kind of insanely awkward and embarrassing. I kept Things I Would Do To Kurt Hummel because it was my first ever fanfiction, and I think it makes a good crack fic. It's probably riddled with spelling issues, but still. If I deleted something that you were really in to, feel kind of comforted I guess because I'm going to try to re-do some of the plots later on, but maybe after a while.
I'm trying to focus on Perfect, because it was for my Cousin, but it kind of makes me really sad so we'll see.
If you're on here reading this you should send me a message so we can talk about shit. Not depressing shit though. Unless you're depressed; you can so tell me if you are.
But I like fun stuff. Like The Avengers, and Batman. I know some people are all "You're a girl you're not a true comics fan blah blah blah" but for everyone's information I have read Hulk and Batman comics since I was a small child and have an unnatural obsession with the Joker and BTAS so fuck them. Even if you've only seen the movies you're still a fan so ignore them. The LOTR fandom is generally really nice about fans who haven't read the books, though, so idk it might be a comic thing. (I've only read the Hobbit but I've seen all the movies so we can chat about that.)
Also, BBC Sherlock. I don't have time to write down everything I feel about BBC Sherlock. I either hate it or love it I can't tell sometimes because when I watch I smile but that smile is drowned in tears.
I've seen all of the first season of Doctor Who after the reboot, so the Ninth Doctor. I've seen random episodes with Ten and Eleven, but the Ninth is always going to be the best for me. He's so jaded but so sassy and I just can't with how much I love him.
Since I write Glee I should talk about that. I am here for the Kurt and Rachel in New York storyline. I like Jake a lot and Tina has been the voice of reason lately, and I'll admit I LOVE Sugar and Joe/Teen Jesus. I used to really love Sam, but they decided to being down his intelligence to an unrecognizable level and I can't much watch anymore. He's always been a level headed, nerdy, pretty damn sweet guy. He was dyslexic and not an A student, but he wasn't stupid but the writers decided he needed to be if they wanted him to date Brittney.
Unpopular opinion: I don't like Brittney. She's really fucking rude to some people, but unlike Santana and Rachel she's never called out on it and everyone loves her and I don't know she just makes me mad. And I am still bitter about her winning the school presidency.
I like Blaine with Kurt. I like fanon Blaine, and I like season 2 Blaine the best. He kind of gets told by everyone (who isn't Finn or Santana) that he's fantastic, and I know he's gay and people are rude, but on Glee he's been kind of handed a lot of things. Which is why I find the Break Up of Doom interesting, because he sort of seemed to expect Kurt to take him back when he told him about cheating, and then he thought sending gifts would get Kurt to talk to him, and he insisted Kurt talk to him when he came to the Grease preformance. He's really heartbroken and I feel for him, but I also think the Break Up of Doom is going to make him be a little less entitled. (Don't get mad! I promise I still like him, but I do think he kind of expects to be liked. I blame Dalton.) He's just kind of always been sort of stuck up, but he doesn't realize that he is and he isn't trying to be.
I still don't like Sebastian. That is putting it lightly. I really fucking hate him, if I'm going to speak my mind. I like Grant and it disgusts me that people would send him hate for playing Sebastian. He didn't write the character; it's not his fault.
That being said Sebastian is a rat bastard and I get kind of mad when people ship him with someone just because he's hot but that's a me problem not the other shippers' problem and I recognize that.
I have always and will always despise Mr. Schue and one of the best things to happen to that show was getting rid of him for a bit and letting Finn take over. I'm not even a Finn fan but I like him a hell of a lot more than Schue.
I tend to prefer reading or writing Burt as single. Don't get me wrong, I like Carole, but I just don't know? I prefer it that way I guess because in stories Burt will treat Kurt and Finn like they're both his sons and he loves them equally which bothers me, because Finn is practically an adult and it just feels weird.
I also like ghosts and vampires and werewolves, shit like that. And (this is gonna sound weird) I find really dark things like, you know, murderers and stuff, really interesting. I don't condone murder! (In general. I mean, soldiers and in self protection situations, but not just for the heck of it.)
So I'm obviously super normal. I consider myself somewhat hilarious, though I supose everyone considers themselves funny because you'd go with your own sense of humor.
Yes, well. Talk to me? If you want. Maybe you shouldn't, I don't know I'm a bit of an ass. But nice too?
It's difficult to describe myself.
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