Author has written 9 stories for Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Charles Dickens, Roméo et Juliette, de la Haine à l'Amour, and Twilight.
WARNING: I'VE A TENDENCY TO VEER TOWARDS THE LINE OF CRAZY.
Hello, stranger. Welcome to Verona - er, my profile. Yeah. That's what I meant. *shifts eyes*
Anyway, I am cto10121. Avid compulsive reader, music lover, language afficionada, aspiring author. Speaks fluent English and Spanish, is currently learning French, knows a sprinkling of German, Italian, and Hungarian, and has created two languages for the laughs and giggles. Is planning a series and world domination. Has a tendency to revert to third person randomly when forced to talk about herself. Has no life. And all that jazz.
Favorite Movies: Oscar, (The best comedy I've ever seen) Everybody Says I Love You, (Woody Allen...you got to love him!) all of the Harry Potter movies, (though my favorite now is Order of the Phoenix) Sister Act, (Maggie Smith spoke really excellent British in this one) Chicago (the music and dancing were excellent; no wonder the movie got all these Academy Awards!) Goodfellas (very vulgar and violent, but it was very interesting) Pulp Fiction (it had an excellent screenplay) are only a few.
I like music with excellent melodies, brilliant arrangements, and flawless execution. In other words: Squee! ^^
Favorite Singers/Choruses/Arrangers: Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Nat "King" Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, the Ray Conniff Singers, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, the James Last Orchestra and Chorus, the Anita Kerr Singers, the Laurie Bower Singers, Perry Como, Engelbert Humperdinck, Peggy Lee, Caterina Valente, Eydie Gorme, Andrea Bocelli, Werner Muller, Helmut Zacharias, Franck Pourcel, Nelson Riddle, Glenn Miller, Leroy Anderson, Edmundo Ros, Juan Garcia Esquivel, Pablo Beltran Ruiz, Perez Prado, Xavier Cugat, Nana Mouskouri, Roger Williams, Stanley Black, Hachidai Nakamura, Matt Monro, Roberto Carlos, Luciano Pavarotti, the Early Beatles, Jack Jones, Sarah Brightman. Though not necessarily in that order...
Favorite Musicals: Wicked, Fiddler On the Roof, My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls, Gigi, Carousel, West Side Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oklahoma!, the Phantom of the Opera, Romeo et Juliette: de la Haine a l'Amour, Notre Dame de Paris, Rebecca, Tanz der Vampire (Vienna version, s'il vous plait), and Elisabeth.
Favorite Operas: Opera is cool...1 percent of it at any rate. The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar, The Marriage of Figaro by Rossini, Carmen by Georges Bizet, Benedict and Beatrice by Hector Berlioz, La Traviata by Guiseppe Verdi and Rigoletto by Guiseppe Verdi.
Favorite Instrumental Arrangements: Ah. I really have so much that I can't make up my mind! And so I will list all the arrangements I do like. (Note: All these songs are instrumental and the names listed are the arrangers that played them).
1. "Dancing In the Dark" by Kai Warner
Favorite ViolinistHelmut Zacharias (ha! Didn't think I would mention that, didn't you?).
Favorite PianistRoger Williams (he stole my heart with his excellent arrangement of "The Phantom of the Opera"!). Although Stanley Black is okay as well...
Favorite TrumpeterHorst Fisher. Love his effortless and subtle playing!
Favorite Opera SingerLuciano Pavarotti (I am IN LOVE with his rendition of "Nessun Dorma" from Puccini's Turandot).
Favorite ArrangerWerner Muller...is...the...GREATEST!!
Favorite ComposersHmm...let's see. I like Bizet (his operas "The Pearl Fishers" and "Carmen" are indicative), Rachmaninoff ("Vocalise"), Verdi, Bach (but I only like "Bach's Minuet". Otherwise he wouldn't be in this list), one song by Mozart ("Air On the G String"...otherwise, he'd be out) Henry Mancini, ("Il Girasoli", "The Baby Elephant Walk", "Moon River", "Pink Panther") Leroy Anderson (especially his "Sleigh Ride", but I also enjoy "Blue Tango", "The Typewriter", "The Sandpaper", "Syncopated Clock", "Plink, Plank, Plunk"), Charles Azvanour ("She" and "Yesterday When I Was Young") Helmut Zacharias (who composed some realy neat stuff such as "Wedding Bells", "Tokyo Melody", "Melancholy Morning", "Bazaar" and "The Man With the Violin" and "La Gran Canaria"), Anita Kerr (an underrated talent, who composed "Bouquet") and Charles Chaplin ("Smile" and "Limelight/Candilejas"). Oh, and also Andrew Lloyd Webber for his "Phantom of the Opera" and various works, not to mention Gerard Presgurvic for his fantastic "Romeo et Juliette, de la Haine a l'Amour", translated into 8 languages and performed in about 16 countries, and Riccardo Cocciante with his "Notre Dame de Paris".
Favorite Opera Songs: Who says opera is boring? Well, most of it is, anyway. But there are a lot of great arias! Here's my favorite opera songs:
1. Nessun Dorma from Puccini's "Turandot"-The most famous opera song in the history of the world. And I heard why. So powerful and emotional.
La Musique Que Je N'Aime PasModern music, though one percent of it doesn't offend me as much. However, I DETEST rap, gothic metal, heavy metal, pop, (as in Britney Spears type) and although country doesn't offend me and I even listen to some of it, I generally do not like it. Most modern songs contain really awful and nonsensical lyrics, poor melodies and instrumentation, a much too fast tempo, too much bass, yelling and screaming (in some genres). Also, what the hell are we supposed to get out of that crap? Most songs aren't meaningful at all or musically impressive, or doesn't convey an emotion that we can all relate to or even recognize. As Ella Fitzgerald once sang in "By Strauss": "How can I be civil when listening to this drivel?"
I also have an account on playlist.com. Click on. As well as my youtube channel...*nods*
Um...well. *starts listing random books*
1. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
*looks up* Yeah...
Favorite Authors: J.K. Rowling, William Shakespeare, John Steinbeck, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Victor Hugo, Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen, and Charles Dickens.
"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."-Aldous Huxley, English writer and musician
"You can have an idea in your head, but if you can't execute it, what's the use? You got to have the technical side down. You'll be playing and all of a sudden, you'll have an idea in your head and your fingers will just go with it."-Eddie Van Halen, Van Halen
"You should take that into account when you write a song - it should be fun to play. When you write a song that's a chore to play, the performance never sound anything but strained."-Jerry Garcia, The Grateful Dead
"There's only two ways to sum up music: either it's good or bad. If it's good you don't mess about it: you enjoy it."-Louis Armstrong, American jazz musician
"A great song is more than just words and music. It's like a thumb pressing against the pulse of living that relates a simple truth about a very complicated process."-Jimmy Buffett, American musician
"I don't want audiences to feel a specific thing - I just want audiences to feel."-Paul Simon, American musician
"I try to forget about the audience when I'm singing. I just think about the words and music."-Rod Stewart, American musician
"Music is my refuge. I could crawl into the spaces between the notes and curl my back to loneliness."-Maya Angelou, American writer
"We are not so much afflicted with bad taste, as with no taste. People tolerate the good and the bad, because they do not see the abstracted expressive form, the symbol of feeling, at all."-Susanne K. Langer, American philosopher
"Music is to emotion as language is to thought."-Susanne K. Langer, American philosopher
"A composer is a guy who goes around forcing his will on unsuspecing air molecules, often with the assitance of unsuspecing musicians."-Frank Zappa, Mothers of Invention
"All songs are really poems set to music. If you don't believe in a lyric, you'd better keep your mouth shut and just hum."-Ray Charles (The Other Ray Charles)
"MY EARS! MY EARS!"-Me, while listening to Frank Sinatra singing "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"
"Why are you playing the enemy's music?" "Because it's good music."-Johannes Strauss
Funny, Random Quote(s):
"Hey, Fred Astair! You're blocking traffic!"-line from "Shall We Dance?"
"If you're such a genius, how come we have butter on your tie?"-favorite line from "Moonstruck"
"I've made a stupid mistake." "So? You've made loads of stupid mistakes, be specific!"-my novel, Thorn of the Rose.
"The difference between love and hate is this: There is none."-my novel, Thorn of the Rose
"Please be sensible." "I can't. I'm in love."-"The Million-Pound Bank Note" by Mark Twain, dramatized by Walter Hackett.
"I reject your headache, because a headache is an inappropriate response in the presence of a miracle."- from "Grand Canyon"
"Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You have killed my father. Prepare to die."-from The Princess Bride
"True love is the best thing in the world, except for cough drops. Everybody knows that."-from The Princess Bride
"I would love to live at the top floor of that building. Then I could throw a paper airplane out the window."-my dad (don't ask).
"The problem is that life has its ups and downs. Luckily I don't have that problem because I'm always down."-my dad.
"Garlic bread is the best thing in the whole wide world." "What about love?" "...Eh."-from Thorn of the Rose.
"Benvolio...you're beautiful." - Mercutio, from "Romeo et Juliette, de la Haine a l'Amour" (Hungarian version).
"Aimer c'est ce qu'y a d'plus beau." - "Romeo et Juliette, de la Haine a l'Amour"
Quotes From Literature
"Call me Ishmael." Herman Melville, Moby Dick
"It is a far, far greater thing that I do, than I have ever done. It is a far, far greater rest that I go to, than I have ever known." Charles Dickens, A Tale Of Two Cities
"O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!/It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night/As a rich jewel in Ethiop's ear-/Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear!" William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
"Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!" William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
"Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance." Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
"'Bah,' said Scrooge. 'Humbug!'" Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol
"A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, but the value of nothing." Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere's Fan
"If music be the food of love, play on." William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night
"Yesterday afternoon set in misty and cold. I had half a mind to spend it by my study fire, instead of wading through heath and mud to Wuthering Heights." Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights
"What, my dear Lady Disdain! Are you yet living?" William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..." Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
"This, above all: to thine own self be true; and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst be false to any man." William Shakespeare, Hamlet
"What is in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet." William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
"Last night, I dreamt I went to Maderley again." Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife." Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
"In a word, I was too cowardly to do what I knew to be right, as I have been too cowardly to avoid doing what I knew to be wrong." Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
"These violent delights have violent ends and in their triumph die, like fire and powder, which, as they kiss, consume." William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
"For there never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo." William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
"I was born a son of a bitch, and I'm going to die a son of a bitch." Gabriel Garcia Marquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude
"'I'll be damned!' said his uncle, without the least sign of shock. 'You screw just like your dad!'" Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Love In the Time of Cholera
"Why is it that when a fella ought to be just about mule-ass proof against sin, an' all full up of Jesus, why is it that's the time a fella gets fingerin' his pants button?...Maybe it ain't sin. Maybe it's just the way folks is. Maybe we been whippin' the hell out of ourselves for nothin'." John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath
"Little kid comes in late ta school. Teacher says, 'Why ya late?' Kid says, 'Had a take a heifer down-get 'er bred.' Teacher says, 'Couldn't your ol' man do it?' Kid says, 'Sure he could, but not as good as the bull.'" John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath
"I'll be ever'where-wherever you look. Wherever they's a fight so hungry people can eat, I'll be there. Wherever they's a cop beatin' up a guy, I'll be there...I'll be in the way guys yell when they're mad an'-I'll be in the way kids laugh they're hungry an' they know supper's ready. An' when our folks eat the stuff they raise an' live in the houses they build-why, I'll be there." John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath
"It is easy out of laziness, out of weakness, to throw oneself into the lap of deity, saying, 'I couldn't help it; the way was set.' But think of the glory of the choice! That makes a man a man. A cat has no choice, a bee must make honey. There's no godliness there." John Steinbeck, East of Eden
"And I feel that I am a man. And I feel that a man is a very important thing-maybe more important than a star. This is not theology. I have no bent towards gods. But I have a new love for that glittering instrument, the human soul. It is a lovely and unique thing in the universe. It is always attacked and never destroyed-because 'Thou mayest'." John Steinbeck, East of Eden
“I believe there are monsters born in the world to human parents. Some you can see, misshapen and horrible, with huge heads or tiny bodies. . . And just as there are physical monsters, can there not be mental or psychic monsters born? The face and body may be perfect, but if a twisted gene or a malformed egg can produce physical monsters, may not the same process produce a malformed soul?” John Steinbeck, East of Eden
“And this I believe: that the free, exploring mind of the individual human is the most valuable thing in the world. And this I would fight for: the freedom of the mind to take any direction it wishes, undirected.” John Steinbeck, East of Eden
“Don't you see? . . . The American Standard translation orders men to triumph over sin, and you call sin ignorance. The King James translation makes a promise in ‘Thou shalt,' meaning that men will surely triumph over sin. But the Hebrew word, the word timshel - ‘Thou mayest’ - that gives a choice. It might be the most important word in the world. That says the way is open.” John Steinbeck, East of Eden
“I believe that there is one story in the world, and only one. . .Humans are caught-in their lives, in their thoughts, in their hungers and ambitions, in their avarice and cruelty, and in their kindness and generosity too - in a net of good and evil. . .There is no other story. A man, after he has brushed off the dust and chips of his life, will have left only the hard, clean questions: Was it good or was it evil? Have I done well-or ill?” John Steinbeck, East of Eden
"And the letter A, in scarlet, fantastically embroidered with gold thread..."Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
"And there you see the distinction between our feelings: had he been in my place and I in his, though I hated him with a hatred that turned my life to gall, I never would have raised a hand against him. You may look incredulous, if you please! I never would have banished him from her society as long as she desired his. The moment her regard ceased, I would have torn his heart out, and drank his blood! But, till then-and if you don't believe me, you don't know me-till then, I would have died by inches before I touched a single hair on his head!" Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights
"If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihililated, the universe would turn into a mighty stranger. I should not seem a part of it. My love for Linton is like foliage in the woods; time will change it, I'm well aware, as winter changes the trees. My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath-a source of little visible delight, but necessary. Nelly, I am Heathcliff!" Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights
"And I pray one prayer - I repeat it till my tongue stiffens - Catherine Earnshaw, may you not rest as long as I am living! You said I killed you - haunt me then! The murdered do haunt their murderers. I believe - I know that ghosts have wandered on earth. Be with me always - take any form - drive me mad! only don't leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find you! Oh God! it is unutterable! I cannot live without my life! I cannot live without my soul!" Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights
"This cursed business, accursed of God and man, what is it? Strip it of all its ornament, run it down to the root and nucleus of the whole, and what is it? Why, because my brother Quashy is ignorant and weak, and I am intelligent and strong,- because I know how, and can do it, - therefore, I may steal all he has, keep it, and give him only such and so much as suits my fancy." Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin: or, Life among the lowly
"I defy anybody on earth to read our slave-code, as it stands in our law-books, and make anything else of it. Talk about the abuses of slavery! Humbug! The thing itself is the essence of all abuse!" Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin: or, Life among the lowly
"God is fat." Jorge Amado, Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands
"Dead shepherd, now I find thy saw of might/'Whoever loved that loved not at first sight'?" William Shakespeare, As You Like It
"All the world's a stage/And all the men and women merely players." William Shakespeare, As You Like It
"Love is merely a madness, and, I tell you, deserves as well a dark house and a whip as madmen do." William Shakespeare, As You Like It
"Boy, when you are dead, they really fix you up. I hope to hell when I do die somebody has sense enough to just dump me in the river or something. Anything except sticking me in a goddam cemetery. People coming and putting a bunch of flowers on your stomach on Sunday and all that crap. Who wants flowers when you are dead? Nobody." J.D. Salinger, The Catcher In The Rye
"To be or not to be. That is the question. Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune/Or to take arms against a sea of troubles/And, by opposing, end them?" William Shakespeare, Hamlet
Pairings I Support/Like:
Harry Potter: Harry/Ginny, Lily/James, Ron/Hermione, Remus/Tonks, Sirius/OC, Remus/OC, Tom Riddle/OC
Inuyasha: Inuyasha/Kagome, Miroku/Sango, Sesshomaru/Rin
Danny Phantom: Danny/Sam, Jack/Maddie, Tucker/OC
Twilight: Jasper/Alice, Emmett/Rosalie, Edward/Bella, Jacob/Renesmee
Doctor Who: 10thDoctor/Rose, 9thDoctor/Rose, Jack/Banana, The Master/Lucy
The Phantom of the Opera: Erik/Christine, Erik/OC, Christine/Raoul
Romeo & Juliette: De la Haine a L'Amour: ...I'm going to have to split this up into two categories, methinks. *is shameless*
French version: Romeo/Juliette (my excuse? They...just look so cute together. *fails completely and utterly*), Benvolio/La Muette, (same excuse *fail*) Tybalt/Constanza, Mercutio/Orsina, Tybalt/Esther, Romeo/Esther, Benvolio/Esther, Romeo/La Mort, Mercutio/La Mort, Juliette/La Mort, Romeo/La Mort/Juliette threesome (...ha. ;D), La Mort/The Poet
Hungarian version: Paris/Tybalt, (hey! Is it my fault that Paris is such a flirt?) Benvolio/Romeo (onesided...because I just like a InLove!Benvolio longing for Oblivious!Romeo, and during "Égy Nap" (Un Jour)...yeah), Mercutio/Benvolio (that one scene before the balcony. I think you know what I mean...;D), Mercutio/Lady Capulet (he carried her off during Le Bal 1. 'Nough said) and for the coup de grace...Romeo/Benvolio/Mercutio threesome. Reason? Lehetsz Király. Just...Lehetsz Király.
Elisabeth: Elisabeth/Death (of course), Elisabeth/Franz Joseph, Lucheni/Death (more of Lucheni annoying Death and Death...decides to take matters into his own hands ^^)
Rebecca (musical and book verse): Ich/Maxim, Ich/Frank, Frank/Maxim
Pairings I Do Not Support/Dislike:
Harry Potter: Sirius/Lily, Sirius/James, Sirius/Remus, Remus/James, Harry/Draco, Draco/Ginny, Draco/Hermione, Lily/Snape, Remus/Lily, Harry/Hermione
Inuyasha: Inuyasha/Kikyo, Hojo/Kagome, Koga/Kagome, Miroku/Kagome
Danny Phantom: Vlad/Maddie, Sam/Tucker
Doctor Who: Mickey/Rose, Doctor/Martha
Romeo et Juliette, de la Haine a l'Amour: I actually have none! :D Even the slash...well...only in the Hungarian version. Because it's so obvious. And disturbing.
Elisabeth: None again! I can believe I'm so blithe with musicals in general. Hmm. I must not be thinking hard enough. *thinks deeply*
Favorite Characters From Literature:
1. Cathy Ames, East of Eden by John Steinbeck: I love her! I just do! She's a monster, far worse than Heathcliff could ever be, and is so evil (in fact, I think that she's the greatest fictional villain in literature) but she's so great...to me, at least! The novel just revolves around her and she's so cynical and...she's just a really fascinating character for me.
2. The Phantom of the Opera (i.e. Erik), The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux: Of course, you know my thoughts on him in the Favorite Characters section. He's just cool and mysterious and whatnot.
3. Archbishop Claude Frollo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo: I know, I know. Perverted priest lusting over gorgeous, innocent gypsy girl, but I like him. In my weird, twisted way, but I like him.
4. Heathcliff, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte: He's a monster, alright, but an intriguing one. Unlike Cathy, the sole redeeming quality is his love for her, just as Catherine's only reedeming quality is her love for him. Which is really weird, and in a twisted way romantic. As for my feelings for him, I rather hate him. So why he is in my FCFL list I'll never know...
5. Catherine Earnshaw Linton, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte: She's vain, selfish, childish, and narcissistic. The epitome of all my hatred and disgust. And yet while I hate her she draws me in. By the way, don't you notice that Cathy from East of Eden and Cathy from Wuthering Heights share the same name? Wonder if Steinbeck did it on purpose...?
6. Sydney Carton, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens: He's so three-dimensional, you know? Not like that Darnay (why Dickens ever created him I'll never know; he's a fop!) and that Lucie Manette (ugh! She's so...perfect...-eye twitches-). But Sydney is so antihero and all that jazz and then at the end of the book he does something noble and completely un-Sydney, like changing places with Darnay! What the freak? All for Lucie's love...do you hear an "aww" coming on? Not that she deserves his love, but still...like him...
7. Estella Haversham, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens: I've always rather vaguely liked Estella, even though she was raised up to be a cold-hearted bitch who broke men's hearts, but I've always held a fascination for her. That's why, in her honor, I named Maira's (my character's) mother after her, as they are kind of similar in a way.
8. Rebecca De Winter, Rebecca by Daphne du Marier: She is not in the book at all (only by reference) as she is dead, but her presence is so strong it's unbelivable. And I know that she was evil (not as evil as Cathy, but still she was good at deceving people, like Tom Riddle). I mean, she was charming, beautiful, intelligent, the perfect wife in every way, shape, or form. Everyone bought into her act, except of course her own husband, Max, who finally killed her in the end. Still though, she's a great character.
9. Waldomiro "Vadinho" dos Guimaraes, Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands by Jorge Amado: He's so cool! I mean, I know Vadinho's a womanizer and a gambler and all that jazz, the epitome of the imperfect husband, but he was so charming and he happens to remind me of Sirius Black, only worse and even more charming! There, I said it! Besides, he's so funny! He was the one who said, "God is fat" to Dona Flor while attempting to seduce her. That was so effing funny...he's just so likable!
10. Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare: MERCUTIO IS AWESOME! HE'S THE EPITOME OF AWESOMENESS! EFF SHAKESPEARE - HE'S MINE!
(Clears throat). Sorry. He's just so funny and witty! And also full of life. He's my favorite character from Romeo and Juliet. I liked him so much that my character, Marc, is loosely based off him.
11. Benedict and Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare: Their quarrels are so witty and entertaining. Emma Thompson and what's-his-name did a great job in portraying them in the movie. Sirius and Natalie's relationship is loosely based off theirs. I'm making a habit of stealing a lot of stuff from literature. Ah well.
12. The Scarlet Pimpernel (a.k.a. Sir Percy Blakeney), The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy: He's absolutely fantastic! I think his fop act is so adorable! He's a master of disguise, he's clever and brave and noble and...he's just awesome, all right?
13. Romeo Montague, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare: Actually, no. Not Shakespeare Romeo. This Romeo:
Musical!Romeo *sings: Aimer c'est ce qu'y a d'plus beau. ^^
...Hmm. Hmm. *kidnaps him*
Notes That I Feel Are Important For You To Know:
So I have basically vanished off the face of the earth,
Statements/Copy-and-Paste-Thingamabobers People Put On Their Profiles For Entertainment
How strange. Part of me thinks it's really stupid for me to put up a list of copy-and-paste things but another part just couldn't resist. And besides, some are funny and actually apply to me. Oh, and the italics part is my own comments to the copy-and-paste things. So without further adieu...
98 percent of the teenage population does or has tried smoking pot. If you're one of the 2 percent who hasn't, copy and paste this in your profile. (Me? Smoke pot?! They're mad..)
92 percent of American teens would die if Abercombie and Fitch told them it was uncool to breathe. Copy this in your profile if you would be the 8 percent that would be laughing your head off! (Laughing my head off right now, mind you...)
If you have ever fallen off a chair backwards, copy this into your profile. (Hmm...once. I think I was in the fourth grade.)
If you've ever talked to yourself, copy and paste this into your profile. (I talk to myself on a regular basis. Everyone does at some point.)
If you think that being unique is cooler than being cool, copy this on your profile. (Of course. Personally I try to avoid sterotypical behavior and just be myself.)
If you are a person who acts friendly but has an evil mind and is secretly plotting world domination, copy and paste this into your profile. (Hey, that's only when I'm high on sugar, got that?)
If you've ever copied and pasted something onto your profile, copy and paste this onto your profile. (Wow, a freebie! How exciting! Not.)
If you or your best friend is insane, copy this into your profile. (Me, Danni34, and xxMangoxx are the epitome of insanity!)
If you are obsessed with over 30 characters from books...copy and paste this on your profile. (If you have read as much books as I have, you would be too. I drool over Mr. Darcy, I detest/like Heathcliff (don't ask), I think Tom Riddle is cool, I like Cathy Ames even though she's the epitome of evil, I hate Lucy Mannette because she's so Mary Sue, I loathe Catherine Earnshaw because she is shallow and superficial, I think Pip is great if a little amibitious, I like every character from Harry Potter (except for Umbridge and Fudge and Voldemort-even if I am gung-ho over Tom Riddle even though they are the same person) and I'm boring you, aren't I?)
Ninety-five percent of teenagers are concerned about being popular. If you are one of the five percent who aren't, copy this, put it in your profile. (Popular? I'd rather make myself anit-social!)
If you've ever burst out laughing in a quiet room, add this to your profile. (Only when I was reading a funny book. It really was funny!)
If you’ve got a Sonic Screwdriver and/or want one, copy and paste this to your profile. (Sonic Screwdriver...-drools-)
If you have a best friend who’s so weird, they even freak you out sometimes, copy and paste this to your profile. (Yes, I'm thinking about Danni34, bless her heart. And also xxSexyBeastxx.)
If you have a sibling who sometimes annoy you so much that at night you begin to plot their demise, copy and paste thing to your profile. (My big brother will never know what'll hit him...)
Some people think that life is long. Others think that it’s short. If you believe that life is life and either way it’s gonna end so you should just go ahead and live it, copy and paste this to your profile. (Lovely gem of wisdom, Danni34.)
If you forget things easily and got in trouble because of it, copy and paste this to your profile. (My mind is like a leaky cauldron sometimes.)
If you love rain, copy and paste this into your profile. (I just love it!)
Boys are like trees - they take 50 years to grow up. (Prime example: my brother)
Come to the dark side. We have COOKIES!
I make the Cowardly Lion look like the Terminator! (-sighs- So true. And that's why I'm in Ravenclaw, folks.)
You cry, I cry, you laugh, I laugh, you fall off a cliff, I laugh even harder.
A good friend will comfort you when he rejects you. But a best friend will go up to him and say "It's because you're gay isn't it?" (Of course.)
I don't obsess! I think intensely. (Very intensely.)
All the good ones are either gay, married, or fictional characters in books or movies or TV shows. (WHY, GOD, WHY?!)
If you think that losers hate/don't get Twilight, copy this into your profile. (Never understood them.)
If Fanfiction is to you is what MySpace is to other people, copy this into your profile. (Though fanfiction is better.)
If you actually take the time to read other people's profiles, put this in yours. (Hey, some are pretty interesting.)
Whovian and PROUD OF IT!! (DOCTOR WHO IS GREAT!)
If someone has ever said something that has nothing to do with the current conversation, put this in your profile. (Danni34. 'Nough said.)
If you're one of the smart beings who know that Rose will return someday, put this on your profile. (Rose better return, or else...)
If you have embarrassing memories that make you want to slap yourself/someone else, put this on your profile. (I hate those!)
If you hear the voices of characters in your head, put this onto your profile. (Yeah, most of them are from my novel. They all hate me/are afraid of me.)
If you think those kids should just give the Rabbit his cereal, put this on your profile. No, actually, if you think the Rabbit should just go out and buy the damn cereal himself, then put this on your profile.
If you think that those kids should just stop chasing Lucky and leave him and his cereal alone, put this on your profile. (Poor Lucky...)
If you probably need a life but have no intentions of getting one, put it on your profile. (Who needs a life?!)
If you are weird, insane, crazy, odd, not-normal, a freak of nature, psychotic, random or anything similar, put this in your profile. (Yep! Although only in the loosest term.)
If you think Writer's Block is evil, put this in your profile. (Stupid writer's block.)
If you've ever been so obsessed with something that now everyone is terrified of you cos of its effects, put this into your profile. (Heh...)
If you and your friends have a nickname, title, or anything else for each other, put this in your profile. (The Three Crazy American Girls. And that's no hyperbole!)
If for no reason, you've laughed during a part of a movie or show that wasn't during a normally funny part, put this in your profile. (Many times...)
If you think flamers should get a life, put this in your profile. (Really, if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.)
If you know you have an un-healthy obsession with any or all Cullens, but you don't really care because even though admitting you have a problem is the first step to healing, frankly, you don't wanna heal, add this to your profile. (Uh huh!)
If you're one of those people that hate those people who's profiles are like 80 billion pages long but you have a friking long profile anyways, copy and past this into your profile. (Sadly, it's true...)
Weird is good, strange is bad, and odd is when you don't know which to call someone. Weird is the same as different, which is the same as unique, than weird is good. If you are weird and proud of it, copy this onto your profile! (Weird people of the world unite!)
If you have ever stared at a computer screen for hours and hours reading stories that people who have no lives whatsoever and have enough obsession with something to write a story about it and you are one of those people, copy and paste this into your profile. (Me not having a life again.)
Admitting you are weird means you are normal. Saying that you are normal is odd. If you admit that you are weird and like it, copy this onto your profile.
If you dislike those obnoxious snobby people, PLEASE copy this to your profile. (And also superficial people, don't forget that...)
"The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese." (True, how true...)
"The dinosaurs extinction wasn't an accident. Barney came and they all committed suicide." (-Burst out laughing then dies-)
"Excuse me. Have you seen my sanity? I think I've lost it..." (Lost it way back, mister!)
"Doctors say I have multiple personality disorder. We disagree with that." (And we're not sure that we even like you...-eyes you intently-)
If you are Harry Potter obsessed, copy this into you profile and add your name to the list: Ga Nat Nat, Evil Older Sister, Frozenfan, Emerald Bear, Kyprioths Shadow, Ebony Rayne, lillypop, An-Jelly-Ca, Emerald Enchantress.snickerdoodlepurplebunnies, JJ-000-JJ, cto10121
'Attention to health is life's greatest hindrance.’ - Plato
If you think rap is the most God-awfulest thing to ever be called "music," and that rappers are wanna-be's who are being paid to make fools out of themselves and can't even sing, copy and paste this into your profile.--And always remember. Crap can't be spelled without first spelling rap. (Halleluyah praise the Lord!)
If you like David Tennant more than Orlando Bloom, copy and paste this into your profile. (DAVID TENNANT ROCKS!)
If you've ever read past two in the morning, copy and paste this into your profile. (Many times, unfortunately.)
Nerds are cool. Nerds are smart. Nerds will one day rule the universe. If you're a nerd and proud of it, copy this into your profile. (I fancy myself the Queen of Nerds. BOW DOWN TO ME!)
If you have a true friend, copy and paste this into your profile. (Yes, Danni34, you are a true friend and don't deny it!)
If people think you are mentally insane...copy and paste this onto your profile. (Surely they must think so...)
If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried. (Should be my motto.)
Isn't it funny how the word 'politics' is made up of the words 'poli' meaning many, and 'tics' as in 'bloodsucking creatures'? (Politics is so jaded. Why do I get into them I'll never know.)
Girl: Do I ever cross your mind?
Girl: Do you like me?
Girl: Do you want me?
Girl: Would you cry if I left?
Girl: Would you live for me?
Girl: Would you do anything for me?
Girl: Choose--me or your life
The girl runs away in shock and pain and the boy runs after her and says...
The reason you never cross my mind is because you're always on my mind.
(Oh, I'm such a sap...tear)
I'm SKINNY, so I MUST be anorexic.
And here's mine:
If you have no life, have no intentions of getting one, (and frankly, who needs one?)...copy and paste this onto your profile and add your name on this list. cto10121
White Butterfly: *flutters by*
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