I like many differing things. I sometimes goof off, run around in circles and laugh out my lungs till it feels like I’m drowning. Other times I act aloof and distant. At times like this I’ll often decide that the gum on my shoe is very interesting and suddenly try to see if I have the power of zoom vision via peeping at a neighboring anthill. I know that I’ll fail but the imaginary visual serves as a very interesting mind exercise. It’s like having this mini out-of-the-body experience where your mind compensates for your humanity and lack of awesome powers by creating an image of the possible outcome. This, unfortunately is the part where I let reality get its funky stinky facts rub all over my dreams … I recommend trying to see if you have other powers to get over the resulting depression.
Unlike others, I don’t have favorite colors. I like colors and opacity and color-blending and learning new, complicated names for shades of dye you’d normally call their normal, ordinary, and bland names. I do this because somehow I feel that you just can’t lump all blue together and collectively call them Blue. I’ll feel a whole lot better if you designate specific tints for Cerulean and Azure.
I’m an animal person. I like hugging dogs and rolling around in the muck with them. I love petting cats even if it means getting a cornucopia of new scratches that I can log into my “Scars” collection (I’m not that graceful when it doesn’t include Taekwondo). This is because I don’t believe that you can have fun and properly bond with your pets if you’re afraid of getting dirty. Speaking of, I’m also not very much of a girly-girl … unless my mom uses her authority to blackmail me into playing dress- up … again.
I don’t believe in oppression and being above and better than others. I don’t believe that you can divide humanity into groups just because of their preference or race or religion or other things that give us our diversity and uniqueness.
I think that’s all you need to know about me. Any other information must be earned in person.
“I die of asphyxiation every time you leave me”