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Hope has decided to write this like a theater program? Why? Because she likes writing in third person. That’s right bitches, she has the power. Hope is 17 years old and is a senior in high school. She enjoys writing scripts and acting them out with her friends and her camcorder. In the fall of 2007, she plans on attending a New York school as a double major in creative writing and possibly film.
If she does not get on Saturday Night Live, she plans on becoming a failed writer teaching English in a public high school. She wants to change the world, even if that means thirty kids a class period. She will always want to do comedy even if it means she is a waitress the rest of her life, as long as she can make people laugh.
She lives with her mother, father, and brother when he is home from college. Hope is domestically challenged and not allowed to touch the oven. She failed 8th grade Home EC because she set an oven mitt on fire. She used to marry her pets so they wouldn’t live in sin. She recently had to put her dog of 17 years down, she doesn’t remember life without him, he was her brother.
When Hope drinks, which is rare, her nose gets really red. She is incredibly scrawny and only weighed about forty pounds until the fifth grade. She’s also very short at the staggering height of four foot eleven. She blames genetics and coffee. She is a big dork, took the SATs in eighth grade, is taking college classes, and use to read the dictionary when she was home sick with mono in the seventh grade for like, two months, if not more.
She has a fear of testing positive because she eats a lot of poppy seeds. Or it could be the heroin.
Hope has an odd obsession of Saturday Night Live’s former head writer, Tina Fey, who will be appearing in her own sitcom in October called 30 Rock. Her hero is Gilda Radner. She is also oddly drawn towards pretty lampshades and the Golden Girls.
She also enjoys long walks on the beach and making up her own words. Sex is called “Bonking”. “Yoni” has taken the place of the word vagina. She likes to call things and people “redonkulous” instead of ridiculous.
When writing, she does not look at gender. What she does look at is who would be cute with who and what would be the most interesting relationship. So that does mean there will be female/female, male/male, and female/male in some of her stories. If you are too close minded to accept this, Hope suggests you ignore it. She does not want to read flames such as, “OMFG. I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS. THIS IS SO GHEY. BLAH BLAH CAN’T LOVE BLAH BLAH.” Hope asks if you have to flame, please let it be constructive criticism so she can improve her writing. Do not flame is you are going to attack her views.
And yes, she probably has spent more time writing this profile than on her stories.