Author has written 17 stories for Kingdom Hearts, and Game X-overs.
A little bit about my "author" life:
Currently I'm working on:
Sheep's Eyes - SoraRiku. A fic that came about from an extremely bizarre dream I had. It serves as the entrance scene of the fanfiction. I am hoping to finish this before doing anything else.
50 stupid things you did - Akuroku. Another humor/romance, set in modern-day Britain. As the title reads, there will be a total of 50 chapters.
I don't own the copyright of the doll in my icon, I used a photo from Bonhwa on DeviantART.
Just in case, I'm posting up disclaimer for my fan-fictions here:
Also, I love yaoi and shonen-ai. That means boy and boy love, homosexual relationships. Any flame from homophobes would be used to set your ass on fire (flame at your own risk!). =D
Complete list of liked pairings:
Quotes: (Let's see how many of them do you know?)
"Muzzle it." -Counselor Deanna Troi
"I do not feel pleasure. I am only an android." -Lieutenant Commander Data
"Believe what you want to. Whatever it takes to make you happy." -Ffamran "Balthier" Bunansa
"Got it memorized?" -Axel
"Engage." -Captain Jean-Luc Picard
"Oh, gee. I always thought they were balls of gas burning billions of miles away." -Pumbaa
"A long time ago a majority of people believed the earth was flat and the Sun revolved around the earth, and they were ALL wrong."
"Why so serious?" -The Joker
"No one would miss me." -Roxas
"I am a Klingon." -Security Officer Worf
"I was Gundam." -Setsuna F. Seiei
"How would you like to suck my balls?" -Eric Cartman
"Want me to punch-a-size your face, for free?" -Farva
"OH MY GOD! They killed Kenny!" -Stanley
"You bastards!" -Kyle
"Data, you're missing the point." -Ensign Wesley Crusher
"IDIOT!! It's not hamburger, it's chicken rice!!" -Lockon Stratos
"Welcome to my happy world, now get your shit and leave." -Liam Lynch
"Because your eyeballs are stupid." -Mr. Birdsong
"Be a man. Do the right thing." -Russell Peters
"Silence! I'll kill you!" -Achmed
"Stica-ka. Jef-fa. Ha-haha." -Peanut
"It's like you're back to twenties - but with money." -Colleen
"Sometimes you gotta put up walls around you, not to keep people out, but to see who will come knocking." -Anna C.
"Sometimes we can tolerate and stand by great evil even as we think we are doing good." -Barack Obama
"信じ-fucking-なれない！" (Trans.: I can't "fucking" believe it!) -鴨嘴冴子 Saeko Kamonohashi
"Sometimes you just have to punch your way through." -Captain Kathryn Janeway
"The minute you accept that you're different is the moment you become normal." -Brad Jenkins
"Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful." -Seneca the Younger
"I believe to this day what I believed when I was eight -- science." -Rick Reynolds
"And the invisible man has a special list of 10 things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these 10 things, he has a special place, full of fire, and smoke, and burning and torture and anguish, where he will send you to live, and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry, forever and ever, til the end of time... But he loves you. He loves you, he loves you, AND HE NEEDS MONEY!!" -George Carlin
"Love is beautiful, love is nice. Love isn't worth it when your life is on the line." -Me
"Freedom doesn't really mean anything when you have nothing." -Mr. Recktenwald
"Genius!" -Mr. Pelkey
"We will adapt." -Seven of Nine
"Resistance is futile." -Borg
"Stay hungry, stay foolish." -Steve Jobs
"Hates gonna hate, potatoes gonna potate." -Ashley
When you feel like there's nothing left in this world you should live for, when all else have failed you and you're too weak to live on, this is the time when you should go for it; grasp any chance you have, forget all the risks, because this is the time when you have nothing to lose.
Let's ban babies from first-class cabins, and make a family section too!
Mom 1: What?!!!! This is OUTRAGEOUS! How can you ban babies and young children from airplanes? How are we supposed to travel?!! This is AGE DISCRIMINATION, I tell you! AGE DISCRIMINATION!!
Mom 2: This is ridiculous. I paid for my airplane ticket as much as every other passenger did. Why can't I have the right to travel by air just because my little angel is young? What has our society come down to? People are all so selfish these days. We are all in this together, we should learn to tolerate as we ourselves are tolerated!
Mom 3: My children are all very well-mannered travelers who haven't made too much troubles in our trips at all. Yes, they make a couple of fusses now and then, but I expect others to take that without a complaint. The parents are the most stressed ones when they bring toddlers on the plane, and honestly there is nothing I can do when they just happen to have a bad flight once. The other passengers are just going to have to deal with it. My little angels are so well-mannered anyway, they are better than some adults who annoy other passengers equally by being drunk and cussing all the time. Why aren't those passengers banned?
Wow. Just wow. What have our societies come down to, really? "The other passengers are just going to have to deal with it"? How about, "The passengers with children are just going to have to deal with not being able to travel by air"? Doesn't sound fair, does it? So why should it be true the other way around? "I expect others to take it without a complaint", oh gee, I suppose I can yell at your baby for screaming at 2AM local departure time when I'm trying to sleep and expect you to take it without a complaint? You know, sometimes a couple "fusses" from your little devils are all it takes to deprive someone on an important business trip of sleep and ruin the entire career for them. And in case you haven't noticed, drunk passengers who cause too much disturbance do get banned. It's called an arrest. That's why they have handcuffs on airplanes now. And even if a drunk passenger wasn't locked down in one of your flights, does that justify letting your baby scream intermittently throughout the night for 5 hours straight? That's like saying shoplifting a candybar is not illegal because it's such a trivial thing compared to the robbers who are robbing the store across the street. ILLEGAL IS ILLEGAL, ANNOYING IS ANNOYING.
There is nothing you can do? Sure, honestly there is nothing I can do when I have such a bad day to throw a tantrum at your kid for depriving me of sleep. There is absolutely nothing I can do to control my anger. Just like your kid. And that justifies my aggressive behavior. (NOT)
Age discrimination? Sue the states! Our little babies and "angels" should be allowed to drive a car on their own at the age of 2! They should be allowed to vote when they're 12 and allowed to drink and have sex!
Yes, you bought a plane ticket. Yes, I bought a plane ticket too. No, my plane ticket does not allow me to kick your seat, drool on your lap and scream bloody murder in your ear during your sleep. No, your child's plane ticket does not allow him/her to kick my seat, drool on my lap and scream bloody murder in my ear during my sleep. People were always selfish since before humanity can remember its existence. Now deal with that. And no, we're not all in this together. YOU're the one with the kid, not me. Uh-uh. We should learn to tolerate as we ourselves are tolerated? The only ones being tolerated here are you and your noisy kid. I'm not tolerated to complain about the fact that I can't sleep. The equation here doesn't add up.
Family sections direly needed
While it probably is not cost-effective or even a red-number business model to separate family and childless passengers onto two separate planes, it would just help if all the babies and toddler who wouldn't stop whining (those are the most annoying ones - infants tend to stop crying when their basic needs are met) are clumped into one section of the plane. They can scream and cry all they want in there, crawl and play on the ground, whatever. As long as they're not getting into my way. Sadly, Bose noise-canceling headphones may only help with the screaming and crying; they won't help stopping a toddler who's pounding and kicking chairs.
No, you cannot sit "wherever you want" when you have a kid on your lap. That's one of the sacrifices that comes with having children. You chose to have your little angel, now you have to pay for your choice. You no longer become entitled to all the things you had when you were childless. That's what being a parent means.
See, the problem here is this general feeling of entitlement. People feel they're entitled to a lot of things. And sometimes that's just not true. Especially when you make the choice to have a child.
Or, forget the families-only section, I'd pay more to sit in an adults-only section. You all can just sit back there and relax. I'll sit up here and relax.