Author has written 11 stories for Harry Potter, Naruto, and Supernatural.
Hello, peeps, I'm not gonna tell you my name because it is written already on this page. Right there. I know you're literate! (Either that or your feelings aren't hurt by my comments anyway, cuz, um yeah. Written.)
I do lots of things! Today, I just got back home from a track meet, where I only placed once...but hey, better than not at all! I sing in show choir, jazz choir, church choir, my school's choir, and I play the baritone in band. I have played basketball, volleyball, softball, and currently am in track and field. I am an active FBLA member and officer, write for the school newspaper, and participate in one act plays, musicals, the speech team, cheerleading, and a thousand other things...
I GOT MY FIRST FLAME!! I'm so excited! It probably would have made me even happier if the insults weren't quite so ridiculous, but...
I liked the bit about how my spelling apparently sucks. It made me giggle. If nothing else, I am actually a bit of a nerd when it comes to grammar. I'm not always correct, of course, but I'm nothing to whine about. I uphold my honor as a former spelling bee champ pretty seriously. I wonder if they even read my story, or if they just type that spiel about "Your grammer sucks, your plot sucks, your spelling sucks..." into every story they open. I especially appreciated that the coward who couldn't sign in wrote his or her review with terrible grammar. Whatever!
And the Good Algebra Teacher did spake and give council unto his people, saying, "Do what thou wilt unto one side of the equation, but remembering also that one must also do unto the other side of the equation." And there was thusly much rejoicing among the Junior class, and they feasted on carrot sticks, and much celery, and breakfast cereals and rabbits.
"He's not a dead parrot, he's just pining for the fijords!"