Name: Jordan (or Joey. :3 )
Anime, video games, drawing, writing (OMAIGAWD NO WAI RLY), role-playing, scary movies, daydreaming that one day I will be a success even though my subconscious smacks me back into reality every time, the idea of working out (for I am lazy!), and stuffs.
Most shojo anime, bad webcomics, people in general, people who jump to conclusions, religion, bright colors, and not knowing what to do in a situation.
Fullmetal Alchemist, Kuroshitsuji, Cowboy Bebop, Code Geass, and Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi, which Mr. Cabbage stopped letting us watch in Anime Club because of the barely-covered boobs and whatnot. :T (Later we watched Wolf and Spice, where Hiro is naked, if underdetailed a little. So I don't follow his logic.)
Favorite Video Games:
Just about anything Zelda (except those Phillips CD-I games, which I will not touch,) Devil May Cry, Super Smash Brothers, Metroid, Final Fantasy. (This list would be longer if I owned a system that wasn't Nintendo, but hey . . .)
Too many, all fantasy or vampire/werewolf related. What I don't like, though, is Twilight. That made me lose a few brain cells.
Woo, here we go. My top would be The Offspring, followed (in no specific order) by Three Days Grace, Good Charlotte, Disturbed, Nickelback, and Avenged Sevenfold. And Weird Al, despite the fact that he's not a band, and doesn't quite fit in with the rest of my favorites.
“It's like a Reese's cup comprised entirely of FAIL.” -TvTropes.org
"It was supposed to hurt. It was an ass-kickin'." -Either Skid or Mudflap (I can't remember off the top of my head . . .), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
"Freakin' hilarious. Nothing like your best friend coming back knocked up during a serious situation to make someone laugh." -Devon, "Violence" (an old role-play)
"Oh my god, I got it! That kid is SUPERMAN!" -Chester A. Bum, wondering why the kids in Twilight don't seem to realize Edward's a vampire.
"There's nothing wrong with stretching the truth. We stretch taffy all the time, and that only makes it more delicious." - Stephen Colbert