I'm an intellectual sixteen year old. Intellectuality doesn't imply intelligence, but rather an approach to life, to problem solving. An intellectual will think to solve their problems, will speak before shooting. That's not to say that I have a gun, but that I'm not so narcissistic that I would call myself smart on my profile.
I have a nasty tendency when I write. I write to impress, not to communicate. Now, for instance, I am hurling a cacophonous mess of grammatically correct, overly complicated and ridiculously incomprehensible sentences at you. Why cacophonous? It's echoing in my mind, deafening me even as I read. The good thing about my writing is that it tends to be beautiful when it's not technical.
I read many manga and watch almost no anime, though I used to do much of the latter. I will be focusing, for now at least, on expanding the library in the sekirei section. The series has a pleasant, genuinely likable feel to it. The characters are lovable to an extreme. I like it, so I'll write about it. That's the bottom line, I guess.
In all honest earnestness, I have a lot to say. I could philosophize here for the rest of the day, just writing whatever comes to mind. I don't have any writing here yet, though, so I'll save it until I have a few readers that might read more than the first paragraph of my stories.
So, on the off chance that someone is reading this, you've likely seen some of my reviews in the sekirei page, and wondered why the sentences were so long and said nothing. I wrote them that way because I thought that I could edit my reviews. There. I said it. Those reviews were fails. Now, I'm gonna go read and leave a decent review or two. I'll probably have a fanfic up within a week.