Author has written 12 stories for Bleach, Kill Bill, X-Men: The Movie, Shugo Chara!, Ouran High School Host Club, and Soul Eater.
Name: xFeedMePoisonedCandyx. That's my name! One of them at least... wink wink
Alias: Valentine Kazamatsuri. It has more zazz than my real name. Learn it well, because one day it'll be on every news channel in the world; 'BREAKING NEWS! Arch-villian Valentine Kazamatsuri conquers Western Hemisphere...' 'Kazamatsuri seizes power at United Nations...' 'Valentine Kazamatasuri declared first Military Dictator of Earth'
Age: timeless, like Manolos and jazz music. Some people might claim that I'm 17. Which I am.
Idol: O-Ren Ishii. What I wouldn't give to be as cool as her... I'd sell my soul. It'd be worth the eternal damnation.
OTP: GrimmjowxIchigo, in Bleach. Ahh, they're so destined for one another. And it's not exactly improbable... have you seen them way Grimmy looks at Ichi? There's more to it than just fighting, methinks.
Profession: superhero, free-lance fashion critic (it involves sitting and bitching about what other people are wearing) and future dictator of Earth. So careful what you write in your reviews, my loyal subjects.
Secret Identity: A Level student - taking English, History, Maths and Philosophy - by day. Criminal mastermind by night.
Current Location: formerly Tokyo, Japan - if only it still was. Nowadays, England. I'd tell you where, but, then I'd have to kill you...
Likes: Spicy food. POWER. Japan. Spongebob Squarepants. Laughing really, really hard. Ouran High School Host Club; especially the twins! Looking at stars, surrealist art, romantic poetry. Alice in Wonderland. The colour purple, superstitions, daydreaming. Bleach manga.
Dislikes: People who judge you by what you read, or what you watch on TV; thinking here of otaku haters! Hypocrites. WRITERS BLOCK ~ argh it kills me!! People who get in the way of my plans. Boredom. Llamas, because they spit. Science in all it's forms. The colour orange; I mean seriously, it's not even a real colour... Oh, and Bleach anime. It's wubbish.
Seriously Dislikes: Twilight. Not the time of day, the books. I read the first one, and thought it was alright, but it certainly didn't inspire me to read any of the others. What I don't get is how people can rave about them like they're the greatest thing since Abercrombie and Fitch opened up in London. I mean, come on! The story isn't great and they're not at all well written. I could do better than that! And don't even get me started on the film... Bella's voice made me want to kill myself after about ten seconds, and what's with Edward? Real men don't sparkle. Right. Phew. Rant over.
Life-Long Ambition: to rule the world. Nach. And to get something, anything, published. When I have taken control of the world's press this will naturally be quite easy for me.
Snackage: Sushi. If I ate. But I don't need to. I'm like an alien :). And you could probably tempt me with a bit of the old mexican food. Maybe.
Snackage for the Eyes: Film-wise: Kill Bill Vol. 1, Pan's Labyrinth, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Spongebob Squarepants. Oh Spongebob... he's my hero. He's kind of like a personal guru for me - think Ghandi only more yellow. Guy-wise, the Joker Heath-Ledger-style. God-diggety-damn. He just does it for me. And weirdly, so does the Devil from God, the Devil and Bob. No, I'm not sure why myself. Maybe it's because he's British (what do you mean you didn't know Satan was British?). I think I just have a thing for villians.
Snackage for the Ears: MGMT always and forever. Shiny Toy Guns. The Dresden Dolls. Fischerspooner. Jimmy Eat World. The Wombats. Architecture in Helsinki. She Wants Revenge. Damien Marley. We are Scientists. The Horrors. The Pipettes. Kings of Leon. Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Nightwish. The Von Bondies. McFly! Went to see them and loved it ~ I dont care!. This also counts as 'Eye Snackage', because Harry-on-Drums is going to be my husband one day.
Snackage for the Brain (by which I mean books): Haruki Murakami's Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, and The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. If you haven't read either of these, I can strongly recommend them. They just own. Oh, and The Tokyo Look Book. Tis my bible.
Past Lives: Clara Bow, a shiny blue beetle and a snow leopard. Oh, and this British General called 'General Johnny', who needed, like, 30 carriages to carry his wardrobe and his personal supply of champagne. We learnt about him t'other day. This is known as A-Level History in action, and is quite possibly the most interesting thing we've learnt all year.
'Yesterday I dared to struggle. Today I dare to win.' - Bernadette Devlin
'Bitch. You don't have a future.' - Beatrix Kiddo, a.k.a Black Mamba; Kill Bill Vol. 2
'We are what we choose to be.' - the Green Goblin, Spiderman
'You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.' Dr. Seuss
'Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land amongst the stars.' - Anonymous
'You don't fuck with the Thunderbolt Kid.' - Bill Bryson, The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid
'Everyone sit with your legs crossed. This is a way the commoners invented to save space!' - Tamaki, Ouran High School Host Club
'Highly developed spirits often encounter mediocre minds.' - Albert Einstein
'God has a great sense of humor. Just look at ostriches.'- Van Montgomery
'I don't want Richard Nixon in Hell. It's not fair to my other guests.' - The Devil; God, the Devil and Bob
'The greatest waste in life is the difference between what we are, and what we could become.' - Ben Herbster
'The only true wisdom is knowing you know nothing.' - Socrates
'Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live.' - Dorothy Thompson
'When choosing between two evils, I always go for the one I've never tried before.' - Anonymous
I have to include something very, very funny that I recently found on a website, called something like 'Best Ever Examination Answers'. Hilarious in the extreme.
Q: What were the circumstances of Julius Caesar's murder?
A: Suspicious ones.
And another, on a Business studies paper...
Q: Based on the survey taken in Question 1, would it be a good idea to build a clothing factory close to the city of Birmingham?
A: No, because people in Birmingham aren't very fashionable.
:) You just can't make this stuff up.