Author has written 10 stories for Dragon Ball GT, Vampire Knight, Code Breaker, Joker/Clover/Heart no Kuni no Alice, Skip Beat!, Eyes Like Stars, and X-Men: Evolution.
You know how when you're growing up and you think that life is going to be just like a movie? and then you hit middle school and you realize your just an extra in that sappy soap opera your mother loves? and to top it all off, when you reach high school you feel like your eternally stuck in the movie Groundhog Day and that you will be facing four years of it? Here's to all of you out there who are still waiting for their debut, and to how suckish school has been for me; i like to think i deserve some riding off into the sunset The Princess Bride style.
Your best friends become your worst enemies. lollipops turn into cigarettes. the innocent ones turn into sluts. homework goes in the trash. cellphones are used in class. detention becomes suspension. soda becomes vodka. underwear turn into thongs. kisses turn into sex. remember when getting high meant swinging on the playground? when protection meant wearing a helmet? when the worst things you could get from boys were cooties? when dad's shoulders were the highest place on earth and mom was your hero? your worst enemies were your siblings, race issues were about who ran the fastest? war was only a card game, the only drug you knew of was cough medicine, and wearing a skirt didn't make you a whore? the only things that hurt you were skinned knees, and goodbyes only meant until tomorrow? the only drama you knew of was Romeo and Juliet? the only thing you could cheat in was games, and players were only for sports not relationships? the only way we could change was with clothes and not ourselves. yet we absolutely couldn't wait to grow up, and now growing up is our worst fear
Quotes from Gone With the Wind
"How fickle is woman." -Rhett Butler
"I can't think about that right now. If I do, I'll go crazy. I'll think about it tomorrow." -Scarlett O'Hara
"Sir, you are no gentlemen." "And you, Miss, are no lady." -Scarlett O'Hara, Rhett Butler
"I only know that I love you." "That's your misfortune." -Scarlett O'Hara, Rhett Butler
Rhett: Would you satisfy my curiosity on a point which has bothered me for some time?