Author has written 2 stories for Death Note, and Stand.
My Name is Tay. I'm a major forensics freak I also love to write and read and draw mainly anything to do with art.
I'm eighteen I look much older then I am But I'm a senior at Foothill High. I'm not what your going to expect so I hope you like what you get , expect the unexpected. Thank You.
The only Story I'm working on Right now is Songs of Death I'm really dedicated to it but in the very near future I'll be starting other so ahhh enjoy? I always say I am but then a new idea hits so...
For people that hate stereotypes: If you think people should just shut up and stop, put this on your profile. (BOLD the ones you are.)
I'm SKINNY, so I MUST be anorexic.
I DON’T LIKE to talk about my personal life so I MUST be having problems
Girls are like apples
on trees. The best ones
are at the top of the tree.
The boys don't want to reach
for the good ones because they
are afraid of falling and getting hurt.
Instead, they just get the rotten apples
from the ground that aren't as good,
but easy. So the apples at the top think
something is wrong with them, when in
reality, they're amazing. They just
have to wait for the right boy to
come along, the one who's
brave enough to
to the top
of the tree
all girls copy and paste this to your page
Girls Don't realize these things;
But most of all
Ladies always complain and gripe to their friends that there is never any good guys out there, and they always end up with assholes who mistreat them. Well ladies, next time you're complaining, maybe look up to see who you're complaining to, maybe that special someone is right there hanging on your every word as usual, screaming in his head "Why won't you give me a chance?"
If you're a guy and you agree with this letter, copy and paste into your profile as 'I'm sorry'
If You're one of the FEW girls with enough BALLS to copy and paste this into your profile, and you would never make your guy feel this way, copy and paste into your profile as 'Girls Don't Realize These Things' I really wish that more guys were like this, and I bet alot of girls do too.
a poem about abortion.
Meaning of color and your birthday!!
Don't cheat, if you are honest, this tells the truth. It's pretty good.
Write your answers on a piece of paper, and NO cheating! The answers are at the bottom.
1. Which is your favorite color out of: red, black, blue, green, or yellow?
2. Your first initial?
3. Your month of birth?
4. Wich color do you like more, black or white?
5. Name of a person of the same sex as yours.
6. Your favorite number?
7. Do you like Flying or Driving more?
8. Do you like a lake or the ocean more?
9. Write down a wish (a realistic one).
When you're done, scroll down. (Don't cheat!)
1. If you choose:
Red - You are alert and your life is full of love.
Black - You are conservative and aggressive.
Green - Your soul is relaxed and you are laid back.
Blue - You are spontaneous and love, kissed and affection from the one you love.
Yellow - You are a very happy person and give good advice to those who are down.
2. if your initial is:
A-K You have a lot of love and friendships in your life.
L-R You try to enjoy your life to the maximum & your love life is soon to blossom.
S-Z You like to help others and your future love life looks very good.
3. If you were born in:
Jan-Mar: The year will go very well for you and you will discover that you fall in love with someone totally unexpected.
April-June: You will have a strong love relationship that will not last long but the memories will last forever.
July-Sep: You will have a great year and will experience a major life-changing experience for the good.
Oct-Dec: Your love life will not be great, but eventually you will find your soul mate.
4. If you chose:
Black: Your life will take on a different direction, it will seem hard at the time but will be the best thing for you, and you will be glad for the change.
White: You will have a friend who completely confides in you and would do anything for you, but you may not realize it.
5.This person is your best friend.
6. This is how many close friends you have in your lifetime.
7. If you chose:
Flying: You like adventure.
Driving: You are a laid back person.
8. If you chose:
Lake: You are loyal to your friends and your lover and are very reserved.
Ocean: You are spontaneous and like to please people.
9. This wish will come true only if you re-post this in one hour as "Meaning of color and your birthday!" and it will come true before your next birthday
You know you’re in forensics when...
-You walk by people talking to walls and think nothing of it.
-You go to a school that isn't yours on a Saturday…for fun.
-You refer to people by their pieces instead of their real names.
-You can improvise more than 5 different ways to nap using chairs/stools/team members etc.
-Your eyes have evolved to allow you to read in low levels of light due to last minute memorizing on the bus in the morning and ballots at night.
-You see 30 seconds as a large block of time.
-You know at least 5 ways to represent a countdown of one minute and/or 10 seconds using various configurations of hand/finger/knuckle symbols.
-When someone talks about NFL, your first thought is not football.
-You hate telling people you do forensics, because you know the next thing out of their mouths will be "Ooh! Like CSI?!?!?".
-Almost all of your stories start with "This one time at a tournament..."
-You've forgotten the meaning of the words "free weekend".
-You are more comfortable in heels/a tie (depending on your gender) - not to mention a suit - than any person your age should be.
-Half the conversations you have with team members at tournaments begin with "Ugh, I just saw this TERRIBLE piece..."
-Your friends begin to make fun of you for popping every time you tell a story.
-You find yourself struggling with the strange urge to abbreviate EVERYTHING.
-You've given up completely on explaining what forensics is to anyone who doesn't already know.
-In real life arguments, you try to question your friends' links or weigh impacts, and then have to wonder why they look at you funny.
-You work Foucault into arguments with your parents. Or with anyone you happen to be arguing with.
-You overhear two strangers talking about how hard it is to find a solid female/female piece for acting class, and immediately list off 3 or 4 scripts they should look at.
-You awkwardly say "sort of" when people ask if you've seen a play (which you're only familiar with because of forensics).
-You watch a movie/TV show/play and all you can think about is how to cut it for interp.
-It comes down to memorizing something in class and you have it down in less than 2 minutes, and people look at you like you just cured AIDS.
-You go to the mall and won't buy a skirt/dress/blouse etc. because it isn't "tournament appropriate."
-You use lines from other people's pieces in your own conversations.
-You're on a first name basis with your bus driver.
-You can twist a case about healthcare into something about your opponent being a communist, and win.
-You justify your stance on ANY current event by pointing to a section of Locke's Social Contract...or by pointing out that the opposing viewpoint will lead to nuclear war.
-On prom night you notice that your date's tie and vest match your dress and you tell him, "Wow...we look like duo partners."
-Your artist friends call them easels. You call them VA stands.
-You know where all the bathrooms, vending machines, and fast-food restaurants are within mile-radii of obscure campuses.
-You open magazines and menus like black books, and never look at them while you're page-turning.
-You punch the air in front of you and the person standing next to you reacts.
-No matter where you are or what you are doing, a sewing kit, a lint roller, clear nail polish, and an extra pair of nylons can always be found on your person.
-Tubs are for information, not for bathing.
-All of a sudden, you notice that other people speak REALLY SLOWLY.
-Anytime you see someone putting up a poster around school, you get nervous and ask if you broke.
-The only mosh pits you've been in are the ones in front of postings.
-"Warming up" does not involve stretching or sitting around a campfire.
-You have gone an entire day without eating anything or going to the bathroom because you've been competing the whole time.
-You write every paper like an oratory.
-You've noticed that you have incredible bladder control from sitting through entire rounds while having to use the bathroom.
-No one looks at you strangely if you say "Everyone that I hit broke!"
-Whenever the word "break" is uttered in any classroom setting, you immediately turn to the utterer and say "Where?!"
-You wake up at 6:45 on a Saturday morning and your first thought is, "Oh no, I'm late!"
-You know what the one clap rule is, and get annoyed when people don't catch on to it.
-Wherever you go, you see someone you know from forensics.
-Whenever you refer to "my poetry," you are not talking about poems you've actually written.
-You hear about someone's suicidal mother being killed by her own daughter who has cancer and AIDS and polio and malaria... and none of this surprises you nor causes you to feel any sympathy.
-You read, visit the website of, and download podcasts of The Onion.
-You have The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe memorized despite never actually reading it.
-You can say, "I am a mother pheasant plucker. I pluck mother pheasants. I am the best mother pheasant plucker to have ever plucked a mother pheasant," five times fast, without actually saying anything obscene.
-You use up all your allowance to buy spare pairs of pantyhose, because you know you go through an average of two pairs per tournament.
-You can (and do) hold a grudge against an entire school just because their coach writes their cases for them.
-You convince yourself getting three hours of sleep will make you debate better.
-You think pen-flipping should be a nationally recognized sport.
-You ask for flow paper and multi-colored pens for Christmas.
-A teacher writes a discussion question on the board and you've already broken it down into three areas of analysis before your classmates have finished copying it down.
-You talk about needing to cut more and wonder why non-forensics people are giving you strange looks.
-You struggle in your drama class because you have an entire stage instead of a little box.
-In the event of a global thermonuclear war, your first response would be to look at the affirmative team and say "I told you so."
-Half the favorites list on your computer is information for a bill, resolution, case, or tournament.
-You can chug a 42-ounce soda during a ten minute recess and not have to go to the bathroom until after your next house.
-You can do all your research for a paper in less than 30 minutes.
-You know how to tie a tie...and you're female.
-You have other people's pieces memorized after seeing them three times.
-You scold people for holding their school binders wrong...even if they don't do forensics.
-You habitually correct non-forensics people on their pantomime.
-You've used "working on my piece" as an excuse to get out of doing something.
-You cry when the host school forgets to order trophies.
-You seriously don't understand how someone can be afraid of public speaking.
-You know more about the current state of the world than your teachers.
-You know how to kiss someone without actually touching them.
-You notice that the difference between the IE and Debate sides of a campus are almost as apparent as racial segregation in the 1960's.
-You try to initiate the one-clap rule at functions that have absolutely nothing to do with forensics.
-You always have a stopwatch handy.
-Your cellphone's T9 Text Messaging system starts to pick up event abbreviations, like FX, DX, LD, DI, HI, etc.
-You can amuse yourself for hours by figuring out new ways to make sound effects.
-You're listening to a lecture and you instantly think that you and three people you know could do it ten times better.
-You see someone in a suit and automatically wonder what event they do.
-Your non-forensics friend passes you a note that says "Hi" and you write back, "No, I do Poetry."
-You can get a good night's sleep with your face pressed against the back of the bus seat in front of you on the way to a tournament.
-You don't understand why no one else is willing to get up at 8:30 on a Saturday.
-You go to church on Sunday after a tournament and hold your hymnal like a prose book.
-Your school schedule is mandated by what period your debate/interp class is supposed to meet.
-You see someone carrying a cooler and automatically think it's an extemp tub.
-You watch a play and get upset because the actors are looking at/touching each other.
-You've actually failed a test because you were mentally blocking your new piece instead of paying attention in class.
-You see someone talking to themselves and assume they're running a piece.
-During a strict 10 minute project, you have other speechies in the class give you hand signals and your teacher thinks you're flashing gang signs.
-You walk into class late, say "Forensics stuff," and the teacher doesn't ask any questions.
-You critique/score people in your head when they're giving speeches in class.
-You count the "umm"s and "ah"s of a poor innocent orator, and then report the number of infractions to said orator.
-You're running across a school campus with half a muffin in your mouth, a brief case, an energy drink in hand, and you're wearing a suit...all at 8 am.
-Your college application essays start looking suspiciously like oratories.
-You know an appropriate hand gesture for almost every word or phrase known to man.
-You look at people wearing casual clothes and think "Well, they aren't going to break..."
-You go to a prom/formal with another forensics kid and you slow dance side-by-side duo style.
-You're in a crowd and you see no faces - only the backs of laptops.
-You get separation anxiety when a team member borrows your black book.
-You know the term "judge raped" doesnt have any sexual connotation.
-Every Monday, the PA system has to dedicate 5-10 minutes to announce your team's wins.
-You speed through reading a novel just so you can cut it for a piece.
-You see someone crying and start clapping because you automatically assume that they are running a well-rehearsed DI.
-You always think of the country first when someone refers to "Georgia".
-Your friends begin to get annoyed by your repeated attempts to recruit them for your team.
-Someone tells you that "so-and-so cuts" and you respond with "What, humorous or dramatic?"
-Your teacher asks you to take notes in class that will be handed in...and then can't read any of it due to your constant use of personal abbreviations and sloppy handwriting.
-Your stoner friend is upset over the damage his smoking device has suffered and he says to you, "Dude, my piece broke," and you habitually respond, "Congratulations! Good luck!"
-You start to hate Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts because you have terrible memories of battling businessmen to get the coffee.
-Your favorite TV channels are CNN and C-SPAN.
-You can create mindless yet addicting games using only pencils, pens, binders, paper, and water bottles.
-You can run a tournament where people are rushed to the emergency room and the tab system crashes...and still get everyone out of the tournament by 7:30.
-You can run in high heels while pulling a heavy tub behind you.
-You have kicked an extemp tub for not having the right files.
-The only thing you look forward to in life is the release of a new topic.
-You're on the road at 5:30 a.m., no matter what the weather, so you don't get fined for not showing up.
-You're talking to your non-forensics friends about current events and blurt out weird statistics, and they look at you like you're insane.
-You hear a scream in the hallway like somebody's dying, and don't even flinch.
-You have trouble looking your duo partner in the eyes outside of a round.
-You start referring to your team members by their codes.
-Hearing that you made someone cry just puts a smile on your face.
-You know that "three down" does not refer to a clue on a crossword puzzle.
-Your Facebook profile picture is almost always you in a suit.
-You hear the word "dec" and your first thought is not an outdoor patio.
-Someone asks you for your number and you reply h417.
-You friend people on Facebook just because you've seen them in rounds.
-The egos of 100 people are too big for a school that normally houses 5000 students.
-The season has just ended and you're already looking for new pieces.
-When you go to the movies you say, "Let's check the postings and see what's good!"
-When life gives you lemons, you relate them to nuclear war.
-Whenever someone mentions listening to NPR, you think Novice Prose first, and wonder why on Earth they would do that if they didn't have to.
-Your relationships are so much like a Duo that you actually compete with them - and win.
-You've changed clothes on a bus full of people, stripping down to your underwear, without giving it a second thought.
-In the middle of a lie, you use msnbc.com as a source without hesitation.
-You can tell a real Windsor knot from a fake one with one glance.
-Your teacher won't let you debate in class anymore because you make the non-forensics kids cry.
-You spend more time with your extemp tubs than with your family.
-Your teacher tells your class that you are going to have a short opinion debate the next day, and you come prepared with at least five different sources--for both sides.
-You're planning to tell someone you have a crush on them, and prepare for it by writing 5 pages worth of blocks to their potential responses.
-You have your own copy of Black's Law Dictionary because your school library wouldn't let you take it home.
-The season ends and your life seems stripped of all purpose.
-You try to go to bed and there's a timer under your pillow.
-You see a forensics friend running and automatically wonder if you're late for a round.