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The squirrel of destiny! Haha, I finally decided to open an account. All hail the momentary motivation.
Name: Cinda (No, really!)
Age: College Age
Likes: Food, Art, Travel, Reviews, Beach, Woods, Hiking, Love stories, Reading, All-things-Japanese (So interesting!), Reviews, The males of the species (sometimes not), Sleeping, Dreaming, daisies, Reviews! Manga, especially MeruPuri, Red River, Tail of the Moon, and Ouran High School Host Club, the Anime of the same plus Lovely Complex.Theres too much more to put here. Suffice to say, I like stuff.
Dislikes: Rude people. Oh, and felt, it's a horrible fabric. And cottage cheese... and alarm clocks. And work uniforms. Also, sad endings. And when my favorite clothes rip, or get stained, or become generally unwearable. Lines to the bathroom. Alarm clocks. Cold.
I figure if I'm going to waste so much time writing fanfiction I better be putting it up somewhere. Oh, and a report to any one who reads this, just because I'm so excited about it; I finished sewing my chemise for the Renn Faire! This really is bigs news considering how much I hate sewing. So, yay me! It doesn't look half bad either.
Did you know that komodo dragons grow to ten feet in length? I'm kind of short so thats like, twice as long as me! Now if only we could glue some wings on one it'd be awesome.
I found this really cool story on fictionpress.com. Amazing writer. Here's the link. After you read this you should totally join me in bugging this girl to write her sequel!
College. Is. Expensive.
All right, confession time. I like Twilight. And the thing is, I know logically that its completely silly and utter tripe. But its fun to read. Utter escapism, what with the easy Mary Sue and wish fulfillment. So yes, I felt that needed to be confessed, because so many people dislike it and I always just smile and become very interested in the ceiling whenever they make fun of it. Actually I'm rather nonplussed with how inexplicably popular the books have gotten. I started reading them when I was back in highschool when they first came out you see, and although I enjoyed them, I had no false notions about the books silliness. How Imanaged not to throw the book across the room in disgust when they named that poor kid Renesmee is beyond me. Like I said; a very guilty pleasure. But I like Harry Potter more, so there.
If you want really sexy vampires, you should read the Dark Ones series by Katie MacAlister. Very nice. No sparkles to be found.