Author has written 5 stories for Merlin, Sherlock, and Supernatural.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but all stories are currently on hiatus until further notice.
Name: Why do you want to know?
Age: between 1 and 150
Location: the planet Earth
Life summary: I am a person, who lives somewhere. I do things and eat stuff. Now, wasn't that interesting?
UPDATE ON STORIES I HAVE WRITTEN:
Relief in the Midst of the Nightmare: My first complete story. A one-shot. Great success.
Fighting in the Nightmare:ABANDONED (will possibly take it up again, but not in the near future)! Fifth chapter up! Merlin's secret is revealed and Morgana gets the fuzzies. Fillers are over for now. Sequel to Relief in the Midst of the Nightmare. Enjoy! Hope it's as good (or better) than first.
Nightfall: ABANDONED. A rewrite of the Twilight Saga. Enjoy. Hope you like my writing style. Don't be afraid to tell me what you think. This story is the brainchild of a random conversation me and my friends had at lunch.
Merlin's Midwinter: ON HIATUS. My newest fan fiction. I had this phrase stuck in my head: It was all Arthur's fault. Why? Because it was always Arthur's fault.This story was what happened. Set on Midwinter's Day. The whole world seems to be plotting against Merlin, and Arthur's not helping. Chapter 2 up!
Subject to Change: ON HIATUS. A series of drabbles related to the BBC's new series Sherlock (my latest obsession). The next few drabbles are already written. I will try to update more regularly with this one, promise. The drabbles are about anything and everything to do with Sherlock. Have fun.
After twelve years of therapy my psychiatrist said something that brought tears to my eyes. He said, "No hablo ingles."
Bookstores are the only evidence that people are still thinking.
I find "good morning" a contradiction of terms
When I was younger, my parents encouraged me to walk and talk. Now, all they want me to do is sit down and shut up!
"Some people are like Slinkies. They're really good for nothing. But they bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs."
"A good friend picks you up when you fall,a best friend picks you up and then pushes you down again."
You cry, I cry, you laugh, I laugh, you fall off a cliff, I laugh even harder
They say guns don't kill people, people kill people, but honestly i think guns have something to do with it because if someone just stood there and said "bang," i don't think many people would be dead...
Do not use an axe to kill a fly on your friends' head.
The man who smiles when things go wrong has thought of someone to blame it on.
Never interrupt your opponent while he’s making a mistake.
"He who stands on a windowsill to see how far out he can lean without falling is a moron."
"People fear the strange and unusual. I am the strange and unusual."
Smile. It confuses people.
Death is God's way of saying you're fired. Suicide is humans way of saying you can't fire me, I quit
Flying is simple. You just throw yourself at the ground and miss.
Every rule has an exception. Especially this one.
"I believe 'die ' conveys my feelings properly"
Amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
I am going to put an end to my procrastination problem. . . Tomorrow.
Don't walk in my footsteps. I walk into walls.
If at first you do succeed, try to hide your astonishment.
I don't sport well.
People usually get what's coming to them, unless its been mailed.
Push will get a person almost anywhere-except for a door marked pull.
Junk is something you've kept for years and throw away three weeks before you need it.
Don’t knock on death’s door. Ring the bell and run. He hates that
Sometimes I wonder 'why is the Frisbee getting bigger?' then it hits me.
"I reject your reality and substitute my own." Adam Savage, Mythbusters
"Everything is funny as long as it is happening to somebody else." --Will Rogers
"I don't suffer from insanity I enjoy every minute of it." –Unknown
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; I'm not sure about the universe." --Albert Einstein
"You laugh because I'm different. I laugh because you're all the same.” – Unknown
“He who laughs last didn't get it.” – Unknown
"A positive attitude may not solve all of your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort." Herm Albright
"May your life be like a roll of toilet paper: long and useful." -Unknown
Quotes from some of my favorite TV Shows/Books/Movies/ etc. Will be some spoilers.
Dr. House: You see that? They all assume I'm a patient because of this cane.
Dr. Wilson: Then why don't you put on a white coat like the rest of us?
Dr. House: I don't want them to think I'm a doctor.
Dr. House: People don't want a sick doctor.
Dr. Wilson: That's fair, I don't want healthy patients.
Dr. House: Everybody lies.
Dr. Cameron: Dr. House doesn't like dealing with patients.
Dr. Foreman: Isn't treating patients why we became doctors?
Dr. House: No, treating illnesses is why we became doctors. Treating patients is what makes most doctors miserable.
Dr. House: Patients always want proof. We're not making cars here, we don't give guarantees.
Foreman: It's a lesion.
House: And the big green thing in the middle of the bigger blue thing on a map is an island. I was hoping for something a little bit more creative.
Dr. House: [to the crowd in the walk-in clinic's waiting area] Hello, sick people and their loved ones! In the interest of saving time and avoiding a lot of boring chitchat later, I'm Doctor Gregory House; you can call me "Greg." I'm one of three doctors staffing this clinic this morning.
Dr. Cuddy: Short, sweet, grab a file.
Dr. House: This ray of sunshine is Doctor Lisa Cuddy. Doctor Cuddy runs this whole hospital, so unfortunately she's much too busy to deal with you. I am a board [emphasized to sound like "bored"] ...certified diagnostician with a double specialty in infectious disease and nephrology. I am also the only doctor currently employed at this clinic who is forced to be here against his will.
[House turns to face Dr. Cuddy.]
Dr. House: That is true, isn't it?
[He turns back to the crowd.]
Dr. House: But not to worry, because for most of you, this job could be done by a monkey with a bottle of Motrin. Speaking of which, if you're particularly annoying, you may see me reach for this. [House reaches into his jacket and pulls out a pharmaceutical bottle.] This is Vicodin. It's mine. You can't have any. And no, I do not have a pain management problem, I have a pain problem. But who knows? Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm too stoned to tell. So, who wants me? [nobody moves] And who would rather wait for one of the other two guys?
[Everybody raises their hands]
Dr. House: Okay. Well, I'll be in Exam Room One if you change your mind.
Dr. House: What would you prefer - a doctor who holds your hand while you die or one who ignores you while you get better? I suppose it would particularly suck to have a doctor who ignores you while you die.
Dr. House: No, there is not a thin line between love and hate. There is, in fact, a Great Wall of China with armed sentries posted every twenty feet between love and hate.
Dr. House: I've been a doctor for years. Why do I have to keep assuring people I know what I'm doing?
Dr. House: You can have all the faith you want in spirits, and the afterlife, and heaven and hell, but when it comes to this world, don't be an idiot. Cause you can tell me you put your faith in God to get you through the day, but when it comes time to cross the street, I know you look both ways.
Dr. House: Ah, my birthday. Normally I'd put on a festive hat and celebrate the fact that the Earth has circled the Sun one more time; I really didn't think it was going to make it this year, but darn it if it wasn't the little planet that could all over again.
Dr. House: I don't ask why patients lie. I just assume they all do.
Dr. House: As long as you're trying to be good, you can do whatever you want.
Dr. Wilson: And as long as you're not trying, you can say whatever you want.
Dr. House: So between us, we can do anything. We can rule the world!
Dr. House: [breaking up an argument between Dr. Wilson and Dr. Foreman] Okay, you two! Grab some scalpels and settle this like doctors.
Dr. House: His liver is shutting down.
Father: What? What does that mean?
Dr. House: Means he's all better, he can go home.
Dr. House: What do you think it means? He can't live without a liver, he's dying.
Father: What is your problem?
Dr. House: Bum leg, what's yours?
Dr. Chase: You can trust me.
Dr. House: Problem is, if I can't trust you, I can't trust your statement that I can trust you. But thanks anyway, you've been a big help.
Dr. Cameron: Do you know why people believe in God?
Dr. House: I thought you didn't believe in God.
Dr. Cameron: I don't.
Dr. House: Well then, you'd better be making a very good point.
Dr. Cameron: Do you think they pray to him and praise him because they want him to know how great he is? God already knows that.
Dr. House: Are you ... comparing me to God? I mean, that's great, but just so you know, I've never made a tree.
Dr. Cameron: I thank you because it means something to me. To be grateful for what I receive.
Dr. House: You are the most naive atheist I've ever met... thank God. People pray so that God won't crush them like bugs. I'm not gonna crush you.
[House walks into hospital and sees room full of possible epidemic patients and turns around towards exit]
Dr. Cuddy: Dr. House! We need you here.
Dr. House: Sorry, lotta sick people. I might catch something.
Dr. House: I'm sure this goes against everything you've been taught, but right and wrong do exist. Just because you don't know what the right answer is, maybe there's even no way you could know what the right answer is, doesn't make your answer right or even okay. It's much simpler than that. It's just plain wrong.
Medical student #3: Wait, wait, wait... The guy's dying and all he cares about is his dog?
Dr. House: Any of you guys go the dog route in your improv sessions? It's a basic truth of the human condition that everybody lies. The only variable is about what. The weird thing about telling someone they're dying is it tends to focus their priorities. You find out what matters to them. What they're willing to die for. What they're willing to lie for.
Dr. House: It is in the nature of medicine that you are gonna screw up. You are gonna kill someone. If you can't handle that reality, pick another profession. Or finish medical school and teach.
Dr. House: You know how they say, "you can't live without love"? Well, oxygen is even more important.
Dr. Wilson: You know why people are nice to other people?
Dr. House: Oh, I know this one. Because people are good, decent and caring. Either that, or people are cowards. If I’m mean to you, you’ll be mean to me. Mutually assured destruction.
Dr. Foreman: Good? This is bizarre.
Dr. House: Bizarre is good! Common has hundreds of explanations. Bizarre has hardly any.
Dr. House: Why would he lie?
Dr. Cameron: What does it matter?
Dr. House: People lie for thousands of reasons, but there's always a reason.
Dr. Foreman: Philosophically interesting, medically irrelevant.
Dr. House: Unless he's not lying.
Kalvin: [To Dr. Cameron] Oh, would you stop being nice? It's useless, and worse, it's boring.
Dr. House: He thought he was dying. Dying people lie, too. Wish they'd worked less, they'd been nicer, they'd opened orphanages for kittens. If you really want to do something, you do it, you don't save it for sound byte.
Dr. House: Livers are important, Cuddy. Can't live without them, hence the name.
Dr. Foreman: Do you think there's any way House would take me seriously as his boss?
Dr. Wilson: Where is this coming from? Did Cuddy say something?
Dr. Foreman: We talked. She intimated.
Dr. Wilson: And you want my advice on how to usurp him? It's very ancient Rome: you'll need a toga, and of course, a sword.
Dr. House: MRI show anything?
Dr. Foreman: CT scan was negative.
Dr. House: CT... that's like, short for MRI, right? Excellent, well I guess that saves us a lot of time.
Dr. Chase: We've got an MRI scheduled in twenty minutes. Earliest Foreman could get the machine.
Dr. House: I teach you to lie and cheat and steal...and as soon as my back is turned, you wait in line?
Dr. House: [knocking on Wilson's office door] I know you're in there! I can hear you caring!
Dr. Wilson: How'd you get here?
Dr. House: By osmosis.
[Dr. Wilson is examining Dr. House's leg with the MRI]
Dr. Wilson: [gruff disguised voice] House, this is God.
Dr. House: [in MRI chamber] Look, I'm a little busy right now. Not supposed to talk during these things. Got time Thursday?
Dr. Wilson: Let me check. Oh! I got a plague. What about Friday?
Dr. House: You'll have to check with Cameron.
Dr. Wilson: Oh! Damn it! She always wants to know why bad things happen. Like I'm gonna come up with a new answer this time.
[Cuddy bursts in]
Dr. Cuddy: House...
Dr. House: Quick, God, smite the evil witch! [Wilson wisely says nothing]
Dr. Cuddy: Are you sitting on evidence that your patient was sexually abused by her father?
Dr. House: God, why have you forsaken me?
Dr. House: When guys have brain/crotch problems, it's usually the result of using one too much and the other too little.
Dr. House: You wake up in the morning, your paint's peeling, your curtains are gone, and your water is boiling, which problem do you deal with first?!
Dr. Foreman: House.
Dr. House: None of them, the building's on fire!
Dr. Cameron: Depriving her of what little sleep she has, that's torture.
Dr. House: So is cutting people with knives. You can totally get away with that if you have a doctor's coat on.
Dr. House: Wilson! This is Dry Cleaner Guy. Tax Accountant. Guy from the bus stop. This is Wilson.
Dry Cleaner: How come he gets a name?
Dr. House: Seniority.
Dr. Wilson: And that's why religious belief annoys you. Because if the universe operates by abstract rules you can learn them, you can protect yourself. If a Supreme Being exists he can squash you any time he wants.
Dr. House: He knows where I am.
Dr. Cameron: The chance of getting infected is next to nothing.
Dr. House: I was never good at math, but next to nothing is greater than nothing.
[House leads Dr. Foreman's father into Dr. Cuddy's office]
Dr. Cuddy: What is this?
Dr. House: He's not a what, he's a who. They even have the right to vote now.
Dr. House: Okay, I'll be you guys: [mocking Dr. Chase] "No way, mate, too much blood to just be a vein!" [mocking Dr. Foreman] "No way, hizzy! If it was an artery, he'd still be bleeding." [mocking Dr. Cameron] "Actually, he'd be dead." [pathetic face]
Dr. Wilson: What exactly did Cuddy tell you?
Dr. House: Nothing that your body language isn't telling me right now. So what was the plan? I'd feel so horrible by missing a case that I'd re-evaluate my entire life, question the nature of truth and goodness and become Cameron?
Dr. Wilson: Something like that. More that if we'd told you the truth, that you'd solved it based on absolutely no medical proof, you'd think you were God, and I was worried your wings would melt.
Dr. House: God doesn't limp.
John Watson: You just wrote ‘still has trust issues’.
Therapist: And you read my writing upside down. You see what I mean?
Sherlock Holmes: Shut up.
Lestrade: I didn't say anyth —
Sherlock Holmes: You were thinking. It's annoying.
Sherlock Holmes: It’s obvious, isn’t it?
John Watson: It’s not obvious to me.
Sherlock Holmes: Dear God. What is it like in your funny little brains? It must be so boring.
Sherlock Holmes: Did he offer you money to spy on me...?
John Watson: Yes.
Sherlock Holmes: Did you take it?
John Watson: ...No.
Sherlock Holmes: Pity, we could've split the fee. Think it through next time.
Sherlock Holmes (while cheering and jumping about the room) BRILLIANT! Yes! Four serial suicides and now a note. Oh, it's Christmas!
Sherlock Holmes: You're a doctor. You're an army doctor.
John Watson (standing up): Yes.
Sherlock Holmes: Any good?
John Watson: Very good.
Sherlock Holmes: Seen a lot of injuries then...violent deaths.
John Watson: Well, yes.
Sherlock Holmes: It troubled you, I bet.
John Watson: Of course. Yes, enough for a lifetime. Far too much.
Sherlock Holmes: Want to see some more?
John Watson: Oh, god yes.
Sherlock: Possible suicides, four of them. No point sitting at home. Now there's finally something fun going on!
Mrs.Hudson: Look at you all happy. It's not decent.
Sherlock: Who cares about decent? The game, Mrs.Hudson, is on!
Sally Donovan:[To Sherlock] A colleague? And how do you get a colleague? [to Watson] Did he (she gestures to Sherlock ) follow you home?
DI Lestrade:She was writing Rachel?
Sherlock ( sarcastically): No, she was leaving an angry letter in German. Of course she was writing Rachel!
Sherlock: We've got a serial killer. (claps hands together in delight) Love those. Always something to look forward to.
Watson: You asked me to come. I assume it's important?
Sherlock: Oh! Yeah, of course. Can I borrow your phone?
Watson: You brought me here... to send a text?
Sherlock: Text, yes. The number on my desk.
Watson: Sergent Donovan, she said you enjoy this. That you get off on it.
Sherlock: And I said dangerous, and here you are.
Sherlock: What's wrong?
Watson: I just met a friend of yours.
Sherlock:(confused) A friend?
Watson: An enemy.
Sherlock: Oh. (pause)Which one?
Watson: Why, well, your arch-enemy, according to him. Do people have arch-enemies?
(Watson and Sherlock are out of breath, having chased a cab all around London)
Watson: That...was the...most ridiculous...thing...I have ever done.
Sherlock: You invaded Afghanistan.
(Both start giggling like little kids)
Watson: That's...that's the pink lady's case. That's Jennifer Wilson's case.
Sherlock: Yes. Obviously. (A long silence) [Sherlock, annoyed] Oh. Perhaps I should mention, I didn't kill her.
Watson: Do people usually assume you're the murderer?
Sherlock (smiling): Now and then, yes.
Sherlock: The balance of probability is that the murderer has her phone.
Watson: Sorry, what are we doing? Did I just text a murderer? Welcome to London.
Anderson: We found the case! According to someone, "the murderer has the case". And we found it in the hands of our favorite psychopath.
Sherlock Holmes: [with contempt] I'm not a psychopath, Anderson, I'm a high-functioning sociopath. Do your research.
Sherlock Holmes: Shut up everybody! Anderson, face the other way, you're putting me off!
Sherlock Holmes: Anderson, don't talk out loud. You lower the IQ of the entire street.
Lestrade: But ...how?
Sherlock Holmes: ... What do you mean how?
Sherlock Holmes: Rachel! ... Don't you see? Rachel!
Sherlock Holmes: ... Ha. Look at you lot. You're all so vacant. Is it nice not being me? It must be so relaxing.
Sergent Donovan: Are these human eyes?
Sherlock: Put those back!
Sergent Donovan: They were in the microwave.
Sherlock: It's an experiment.
Sherlock: If you died... if you had been murdered...in your last few seconds, what would you say?
Watson: Please, God, let me live.
Sherlock: Use your imagination!
Watson: I don't have to.
Sherlock: That's not right... How?...Why would she do that?Why?
Anderson: Why would she think of her daughter in her last moments? Yep, sociopath, I'm seeing it now.
Sherlock: Oh! Oh, she's clever! She's cleverer than you lot, and she's dead!
Sherlock Holmes: [sitting at entrance of ambulance as a paramedic throws a garish orange blanket over his shoulders] Why have I got this blanket? They keep putting this blanket on me!
Lestrade: Yeah, that's for shock.
Sherlock Holmes: I'm not in shock!
Lestrade: Yeah... but some of the guys want to take photographs.
Sherlock Holmes: Ignore all of that. It's just the, uh, shock talking.
Lestrade: Wait, where are you going?
Sherlock Holmes: I just need to, uh, talk about the —
Lestrade: But I still have questions for you!
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, what now? I mean, I'm in shock! Look, I've got a blanket.
Sherlock: Are you all right?
Watson: Yes, of course I'm alright.
Sherlock: Well, you did just killed a man.
Watson: Yes, I know- that's true. BUT, he wasn't a very nice man.
Sherlock: No, no he wasn't a very nice man wasn't he?
Watson: Frankly, a bloody awful cabbie.
[both start giggling]
Sherlock: Haha, That true. He was a bad cabbie. You should of seen the route he used to get here.
Watson: Oh, stop. We shouldn't giggle, it's a crime scene. Stop it.
Sherlock: Well, you're the one who started it.
Sherlock Holmes: Good evening, Mycroft. Try not to start a war before I get home, you know what it does to the traffic.
Mike Stamford (to John Watson): I heard you were abroad getting shot at. What happened?
John Watson: I got shot.
John Watson: Yeah, I didn't get the shopping.
Sherlock Holmes: What? Why not?
John Watson: Because I had a row... in the shop... with a chip and pin machine.
Sherlock Holmes: You had a row with a machine?
John Watson: Sort of. It sat there and I shouted abuse.
Sherlock Holmes: I said 'Can you pass me a pen?'.
John Watson: What? When?
Sherlock Holmes: About an hour ago.
John Watson: Didn't notice I'd gone out then?
John Watson: Where are we headed?
Sherlock Holmes: I need to ask some advice.
John Watson: What? Sorry?
Sherlock Holmes: You heard me perfectly, I'm not saying it again.
DI Dimmock: Your friend...
John Watson: Listen, what ever you say, I'm behind you one hundred percent.
DI Dimmock: He's an arrogant sod.
John Watson: ...Well, that was mild.
Sherlock Holmes: John, concentrate. I need you to concentrate. Close your eyes.
John Watson: Wh-what? Why? Why? What are you doing?
Sherlock Holmes: I need to get some air; we're going out tonight.
John Watson: Actually, I've got a date.
Sherlock Holmes: What?
John Watson: It's when two people who like each other go out and have fun...
Sherlock Homes: That's what I was suggesting.
John Watson: No, it wasn't. At least, I hope not.
Sherlock Holmes: I have high hopes for you, Inspector, a glittering career...
DI Dimmock: If I go where you point me?
Sherlock Holmes: Exactly!
John Watson: It's a head. A severed head.
Sherlock Holmes: Just tea for me, thanks.
John Watson: There's a head in the fridge!
Sherlock Holmes: Yes?
John Watson: A bloody head!
Sherlock Holmes: Where else am I supposed to put it? You don't mind, do you?
Sherlock Holmes: [quoting Watson's write-up of "A Study in Pink"] "Sherlock sees through everything and everyone in seconds. What's incredible, though, is how spectacularly ignorant he is about some things."
John Watson: Now hang on a minute, I didn't mean that--
Sherlock Holmes: [sarcastic] Oh, you meant "spectacularly ignorant" in a nice way! Look, it doesn't matter to me who's Prime Minister, or who's sleeping with who...
John Watson: [somewhat bitterly] Or that the earth goes around the sun.
Sherlock Holmes: Oh God, that again. It's not important!
John Watson: Not important? It's primary school stuff! How can you not know that?
Sherlock Holmes: Well, if I ever did, I've deleted it.
John Watson: "Deleted it"?
Sherlock Holmes: Listen: [points to his head] This is my harddrive, and it only makes sense to put things in there that are useful. Really useful. Ordinary people fill their heads with all kinds of rubbish, and that makes it hard to get at the stuff that matters! Do you see?
John Watson: ... But it's the solar system!
Sherlock Holmes: Look at that, Mrs. Hudson. Quiet. Calm. Peaceful. Isn't it hateful
DI Lestrade: Isn’t that the phone from 'A Study in Pink'?
Sherlock: Obviously not, but someone wants – 'A Study in Pink'? You read his blog?
DI Lestrade: Course I do. We all do. Do you really not know that the earth goes around the sun?
John Watson: There are lives at stake Sherlock, actual human lives — Just, just so I know, do you care about that at all?
Sherlock Holmes: Will caring about them help save them?
John Watson: [angrily] Nope!
Sherlock Holmes: Then I'll continue not to make that mistake.
John Watson: And you find that easy, do you?
Sherlock Holmes: Yes, very. Is that news to you?
John Watson: No. [pause] No.
Sherlock Holmes: [realising] ...I've disappointed you.
John Watson: [sarcastically] That's good, that's good deduction, yeah.
Sherlock Holmes: Don't make people into heroes, John. Heroes don't exist, and if they did, I wouldn't be one of them.
Jim Moriarty: Do you know what happens if you don't leave me alone, Sherlock, to you?
Sherlock Holmes: Oh, let me guess, I get killed?
Jim Moriarty: Kill you? Um, no. Don't be obvious, Sherlock. I mean, I'm gonna kill you anyway, someday. I don't want to rush it though. No, if you don't stop prying, I'll burn you. I will burn the heart out of you.
Sherlock Holmes: I've been reliably informed that I don't have one.
Jim Moriarty: Oh, but we both know that's not entirely true, now is it?
O.K. So, this was a drabble I read by Define Normalitee. I completely agree with it.
Silence is a powerful thing.
Silence is the iron, thousand-ton wave that hurtles above your head, cutting off all feeling as you battle alone in the empty storm. Silence is the claws of a wild beast, waiting frozen just around the corner.
Silence is a woman’s glare when you realize that you just said something very, very wrong.
“What?” Arthur asked helplessly, putting up his hands – Gwen smothered a laugh at the prince’s attempt to shield himself from the steaming pool of molten anger that was her mistress. “All I’m saying is that if God is a woman, not only will I go to hell but I won’t know why, either.”
A knee to the groin is a powerful thing, too.
You know you are in IB when…
1.You spend over an hour of class time just setting up your paper... and so did the rest of the class.
2.You don’t look up the time on a clock, but instead use your TI-84.
3.You know what a TI-84 is and what it stands for.
4.Your brain is so overloaded that you forget the simplest things.
5.Your electives are academic.
6.You differentiate between random and spontaneous activities.
7.You have knowledgeable, theological conversations with your friends while waiting for the bus to come.
8.You start walking in geometric circles.
9.You start analyzing random books, song lyrics, and street signs.
10.A good night's sleep is 5 hours.
11. 162= ...wait let me get my graphing calculator!
12.The idea of "getting off on tangents" is hilariously funny.
13.You logically investigate the mystical powers of the phrase "wouldn't it be funny if..."
14.You don't speak French, yet you compile a list of insults in French.
15.You forget the meaning of the words "free time" yet remember the meaning of "mantic" (n.)
16.You have complicated dreams about graphing circles and ellipses.
17.You have theological discussions at parties.
18.Whenever you're watching a movie you find all the motifs and themes.
19.You spend all your time complaining about your work, then do it hurriedly because you want to get to bed and don't know where all the time went.
20.You brag that you only got 2 hours of sleep last night.
21.You write a two-page answer to a one-sentence question.
22.You look forward to arguing.
23.You love telling your boyfriend the story your math teacher told you.
24.Your backpack is heavier than you are.
25.You realize that something is missing when your backpack feels too light.
26.You use logic to justify the color of your nail polish.
27.You can't enjoy a heart-warming cartoon because the French grammar is wrong.
28.You own more than 3 calculators.
29.You know the chemical formula for TNT.
30.You know what TNT stands for.
31.You find hydrogen iodide rather funny too.
32.You get hit by a car, and the first thing you think is: "inertia!”.
33.You've paid money to take a test or tests.
34."Due" date means "Do" date.
35.You chat on Instant Messenger and say 'cause instead of cuz.
36.You've mastered the art of procrastination so well that your research paper finishes printing just seconds before you have to leave for school.
37.You're watching Animal Planet and are convinced that the one antelope is a Christ figure.
38.You point out all the historically inaccurate mistakes in movies.
39.You can type 60 words per minute on a TI-84.
40.The exclamation "Symbolism like JESUS!" sends you into a fit of uncontrollable laughter.
41.You finish your English essay shortly before midnight. Your smile of satisfaction fades when you remember you need to start on your History paper.
42.You forget what it's like to talk on the phone for...what's that word...fun?
43.You skip lunch to study in the bathroom.
44. You accidentally type "LOOL" instead of "LOL" in an IM conversation and explain it as "Laugh out ostentatiously loud".
45."It's a beautiful day outside to do that science experiment."
46.You can easily argue both sides of random pointless/complex arguments.
47.You argue about whether it's symbolism, a simile, a metaphor, personifying, or something else.
48.You use the word "perpendicular" in everyday conversation.
49.You can answer a random intellectual question within 3 seconds.
50.You can (and do) randomly recite Shakespeare.
51.You can differentiate between the theme and the topic of a conversation.
52.You function your best on 3 or less hours of a sleep a night.
53.You complain about the amount of homework you have, but really you're bragging.
54.All of your conversations are random and appear to have no theme, but are actually deeply meaningful and are full of symbolism and philosophy, which you can, of course, point out.
55.You do unnecessary work and/or are an overachiever.
56.You are an overachieving procrastinator, and right now you're wondering if that's an oxymoron.
57.You can write an essay in one word, and respond to a one-word question with an essay.
58.You can condense 27 pages of heavy reading into 10 minutes and answer all the questions about it.
59.You can correct someone within 3 seconds on any given topic.
60.You can write an essay in ten minutes at 3 in the morning and still get a B on it.
61.You are part of a fan page talking about things in IB.
62.You are scared you forgot something if you have no homework.
63.You do a good deed, play in a sport, or participate in an artistic activity, and try to calculate how many CAS hours you are going to get.
64.You know the three S’s- schoolwork, sleep, and social life. You get to choose two.
65.One of your usernames is taken from Shakespeare.
66.Your backpack weighs 15lbs. And it’s a good day.
67.Your pen has become an accessory of choice at parties.
68.You know exactly how many days are left until you get your exam results.
69.You petition to get “nap time” inserted into your schedule.
70.You have dreams about mathematical formulas.
71.You can spell ‘baccalaureate’.
72. Everything you read you are compelled to over-analyze, write a commentary about, and discuss and argue over with your friends.
73.When you quote someone, you feel compelled to credit them- in MLA format
74.You watch youtube videos about IB.
75.You are procrastinating on your IB work right now.
76.You begin to talk to yourself, then disagree about the subject, get into a nasty row about it, lose, and refuse to talk to yourself for the rest of the day.
77.You believe that the IB 300-Trailer on youtube is an accurate account of IB life.
78.You have great revelations concerning Life, the Universe, and Everything else, but can't quite find the words for them before the white glow fades, leaving you more confused than before.
79.Your TI-84 has made you stupid.
80.You hoard all your writing utensils.
81.You write sentences on multiple-choice tests.
82.It's okay to fail, so long as you are not alone.
83.It's the little things that confuse you.
84.You make a date to do homework together and you actually do it.
85.You wait until the last possible moment to get something done and you get it done on time.
86.You freak out if you drop your calculator.
87.You think the Sir Cumference books are the best.
89.You get in serious debates on who was the most important renaissance artist.
90.You know more lines to the parody song “Do ToK” than you do the actual song, “Tik Tok” by Ke$ha
91.You believe that Scholar’s Bowl is an intense sport.
92.You went to an academic camp over the summer.
93.You randomly quote John Locke’s theory of knowledge…for fun.
94.You bring home your history textbook for light reading.
95.You have an account on Dictionary.com, and have fun on it.
96.You talk to yourself in the 3rd person.
97. Having cellphones is against school rules. You have one and use it during school to look up your grades.
98. You use your cellphone to type a three page paper due that day.
99.You agree with this list.
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