Author has written 9 stories for Naruto, Bleach, and Fairy Tail.
Wow, I haven't updated my profile since late 2013. You know, back when I was still "Lol omg random!"
I'll hold onto the old profile in my personal files. I'm a creature of sentiment, after all. I listen to 90s music and watch childhood shows and can't bring myself to throw out any of my stuffed animals.
But... seeing as I'm not the person I was when I made this profile... I think maybe an update is long due.
I've turned 18, escaped high school and am now working on getting an art college to take me. And, you know, getting a guy to take me would be nice too.
After getting a Tumblr (which no you may not have the link to, no one must ever see my Tumblr) I'm more accepting of all kinds of people. My motto is basically as long as you're not hurting anyone, go do whatever you want.
I've joined new fandoms and rediscovered the joys of old ones.
And, as I'm sure you can imagine, I've done lots and lots of writing. Writing that's mainly tons of completely unrelated drabbles, ranging from a few sentences to 2-3 pages in width. Drabbles that, were they not so damn short and unrelated, I would post on the internet.
That and the people still waiting for me to update I Hate Uchiha will get upset that I moved on to something new with no warning.
I just... I dug myself into a damn hole with the Chuunin Exams. And I'm so mad at myself for that.
Anyway. See, the tendency to go off on a tangent is still there. All this probably isn't even supposed to go in the profile.
Just. Actual profile stuff here, GO
Listing all my fandoms and pairings would take too long, so have the ones I know most about/support most. Also these are in no particular order.
(Current) Top Fandoms
(Current) Top Pairings
I'd put my least favorite pairings as well, but. A quality fic or fanart can make me tolerate most of them for the duration of said fic or fanart. For instance, SasuSaku probably my least favorite, because
a)Sasuke constantly demeaning and then actually trying to kill Sakura doesn't count as romantic development.
b)Sakura needs to grow actual balls and not plastic ones that shrivel whenever Sasuke shows up. (Though her being a poorly written character is not her fault)
But I'm reading and following a couple of SasuSaku fics that I consider well-written. My mind can be redirected, and possibly even changed.
Not with SasuSaku though. Nope.
Excerpts from Mark Twain, 1882, “Advice to Youth”
Always obey your parents, when they are present. This is the best policy in the long run, because if you don’t, they will make you. Most parents think they know better than you do, and you can generally make more by humoring that superstition than you can by acting on your own better judgment.
Be respectful to your superiors, if you have any, also to strangers, and sometimes to others. If a person offend you, and you are in doubt as to whether it was intentional or not, do not resort to extreme measures; simply watch your chance and hit him with a brick. That will be sufficient. If you shall find that he had not intended any offense, come out frankly and confess yourself in the wrong when you struck him; acknowledge it like a man and say you didn’t mean to. Yes, always avoid violence; in this age of charity and kindliness, the time has gone by for such things. Leave dynamite to the low and unrefined.
Go to bed early, get up early- this is wise. Some authorities say get up with the sun; some say get up with one thing, others with another. But a lark is really the best thing to get up with. It gives you a splendid reputation with everybody to know that you get up with the lark; and if you get the right kind of lark, and work at him right, you can easily train him to get up at half past nine, every time—it’s no trick at all.
Now as to the matter of lying. You want to be very careful about lying; otherwise you are nearly sure to get caught. Once caught, you can never again be in the eyes to the good and the pure, what you were before. Many a young person has injured himself permanently through a single clumsy and ill finished lie, the result of carelessness born of incomplete training. Patience, diligence, painstaking attention to detail—these are requirements; these in time, will make the student perfect; upon these only, may he rely as the sure foundation for future eminence. For the history of our race, and each individual’s experience, are sewn thick with evidences that a truth is not hard to kill, and that a lie well told is immortal. An awkward, feeble, leaky lie is a thing which you ought to make it your unceasing study to avoid; such a lie as that has no more real permanence than an average truth. Why, you might as well tell the truth at once and be done with it. A final word: begin your practice of this gracious and beautiful art early—begin now. If I had begun earlier, I could have learned how.