Living in the U.S. has turned me into a self-centered, vain, bitch. But unlike almost the entire population of this free-but-not-free country, I don't like Hollister, I am not in love with Justin Bieber or any
of the Twilight cast, and I am not a Mc-Hollic...what I am is a fiercely independent girl who hates sexists, racists, and any/all other forms of discrimination. I love to read, write, and eat (Middle Eastern
food). I may not be the nicest person around because I tell the truth but I respect myself and I stand up for the things I believe in. I think that Facebook, tumblr, twitter, etc., are all Government traps
to distract ordinary people while they take control of EVERYTHING! I'm a little bit insane and still looking for a best friend who understands my craziness, is the optimist to my pessimist, and who will
actually shed a few genuine tears when/if I die. But maybe people like that exist only in books and on tv...
...I hate sympathy,
It makes you cry
I hate the pain,
That washes tears across your face.
Tears that show weakness, pain
Tears that leave scars, makes holes,
Each tear empties you out even more
And the worst part is you can't take them back, you've exposed yourself
you've lost the battle against your deadly emotions.
" I'm a loud mouth, truth telling, stick of a person, but the thing is that that's just me! That's part of the stuff that fills and forms and outlines ME! The truth is, I'm a very annoying gossip, and that is something
that some people just don't realize. My friends, they think I'm an emotionless, logical robot, but the truth is that that is a crappy, poorly designed mask, a mask I hide behind. A mask that's hiding a human girl
who hurts and laughs and cries and wants so badly to be someone who is perfect in every aspect of her being even though she knows that that is both physically and mentally impossible.
The real truth is, I strive to reach perfection even though I know it is unattainable-for me at least. And since I can't be perfect I try to sabotage everyone around me so that theydon't have the opportunity to
be perfect. The real truth is, I am, in every way, the worst of what is human."
Books I like/love
Tamora Pierce books.
The Dangerous Days of Daniel X
Chronicles of Narnia
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Witch and Wizard
Mortal Instruments Series
Ellen Hopkins books
Sunday's at Tiffanys
Hush Hush & Cresendo
A Tale of Two cities
Pride & Prejudice
Melissa Marr books
Hunger Games trilogy
The Count of Monte Cristo
Chicken Soup for the Soul
Neal Shusterman books
The Kite Runner
12 Days of Red-Neck Christmas
Sung to the tune of "The 12 Days of Christmas"
12 pack of Bud
11 rasslin tickets
10 a Copenhagen
9 years probation
8 table dancers
7 pack of Redman
6 cans of spam
5 flannel shirts
4 big mo tires
3 shotgun shells
2 hunting dogs
and parts to a Mustang GT
All the Woulda Coulda Shouldas
Layin' in the sun,
Talkin' bout the things
They woulda-coulda-shoulda done
But those woulda-coulda-shouldas
All ran away and hid
From one little did.
"Books give us pleasure not because they make us comfortable, though some good ones may, but because they entertain us, they make us laugh, the make us cry; they inform, persuade, disturb, convince, seduce us; they make us think, speculate, see- and we recognize what we see as true, not as the truth but as the truth in the writers fabulous construction that corresponds to what we have observed in ourselves, or others, or in the world at large, or can conceive of observing."
- William McPherson
Reading without reflecting is like eating without digesting."
"This will never be a civilized country until we expend more money for books than we do for chewing gum."
It's not that I like being angry, it's just that I'm saving all the happy in me for someone who's worth it...