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Random Fun for the Day: STILL ALIVE! Just barely but I'm here.
Blood Type: A
Favorite Color: Red...
Favorite Number: 5. I don't know why i like this number but it is a loverly number and has always brought me luck!
Occupation: Laundry Girl/CNA
Wanted occupation: Voice Actress
Listening to: Where No One Goes- Jónsi
Anime quote: “The poeple who will call you fake never believed you anyway-" -Naru (Todd Haberkorn), Ghost Hunt.
Here's my poem!
Is it my fault I'm different?
As if I wanted this.
As if I need you to point out what I already know.
As if I chose to have something you don't have,
As if I chose to be different.
As if I wanted you to take all your anger and hate out on me.
As if I'm less of a person because I don't look like you.
As if I have no feelings to be hurt,
As if I have no soul to be crushed.
It's not my fault I'm me.
YAY! this is my poem if you dont like it im sorry, but if you do i would like to say thanks for reading!
The Things I Do In My Spare Time
Case 5 of Ghost Hunt takes place in January, 1990. (I say 1990 because the light novels began in 1989. So I asume that’s where she, Fuyumi Ono, started the time frame for the series.) At the end of the fifth manga book, art by Shino Inada, story by Fuyumi Ono; it tells you the age of all of the characters. For some reason I have always wanted to know the years that the beloved cast of Ghost Hunt were born (this is partly because I’m a Fruits Basket fan). If it was only me who wanted to know then, I guess I got what I wanted. I’ve put the stats of the cast below for all to see and marvel.
(P.s. the age that’s listed on the stats is as of January 22, 1990)
(P.s.s. Lin’s age was not given in the manga so I just guessed. I might be wrong. If you know Lin’s actual age please tell me. Or if I’ve made any mistakes on the others then tell me that too.)
Oliver Davis/Noll/Naru: He is cynical and extremely intelligent, but very much a narcissist… so he has been nicknamed ‘Naru’ by Mai. He’s the president of SPR.
Birthdate: September 19, 1972 (Virgo, Year of the Rat)
Blood Type: A
Height: 5’9” (175cm)
Mai Taniyama: A lively high school student who works part-time at SPR. Enthusiastic, and sometimes reckless she is beloved by all, however Naru likes giving her a hard time.
Birthdate: July 3, 1973 (Cancer, Year of the Ox)
Blood Type: B
Height: 5’1” (155cm)
Houshou Takigawa/Munk: A former monk from Mt. Kouya. He is like a big brother to everyone working at SPR.
Birthdate: January 22, 1965 (Aquarius, Year of the Snake)
Blood Type: O
Height: 6’1” (185cm)
Ayako Matsuzaki: A doctor (or claims to be in vol. 8) and a self-claimed Miko. Is like a big sister/mother to Mai.
Birthdate: June 7, 1966 (Gemini, Year of the Horse)
Blood Type: B
Height: 5’6” (167cm)
John Brown: An Australian priest skilled in the art of Exorcism. He speaks with a Kansai dialect and is very kind hearted.
Birthdate: January 5, 1970 (Capricorn, Year of the Dog)
Blood Type: A
Height: 5’4” (162cm)
Masako Hara: A well-known Medium of the psychic industry. She tends to be haughty at times, and is Mai’s rival when it comes to Naru’s affections.
Birthdate: July 24, 1973 (Leo, Year of the Ox)
Blood Type: AB
Height: 5’0” (152cm)
Osamu Yasuhara: A former client who, because of is great ability to gather information, joined the SPR team. He’s very childish and witty, always providing comic relief when needed.
Birthdate: March 1, 1972 (Pisces, Year of the Rat)
Blood Type: AB
Height: 5’10” (177cm)
Lin Kou-jo: Naru’s right-hand man. He’s always very quiet and composed. He can use Chinese sorcery.
Birthdate: January 11, 1962 (Capricorn, Year of the Tiger)
Blood Type: A
Height: 6’4” (194cm)
Updates for my stories
Fire and Rain: Last chapter rewritten and has more added on
Sleeping Moon: Rewriting three chapters. Will post them (and new chapter) once they get done.
Don't Lie to Me: FINISHED!
Don't Say Goodbye (sequel to Don't Lie To Me): whoo! I switched this one around on myself and am trying to cut it short...but if i want what i want to go down its gonna be longer then expected...with is bad news for my readers...its gonna take longer. ...(dont kill me)
Mai in Wonderland: Have everything planed out just have to type it
In the Dark: FINISHED!
Of the Night (sequel to In the Dark): Almost done with this chap...but I don't know if I'll finish it...
OK! i've got this great book and will hopfully be able to share with you its wisdom and laughs. It's called The Pocket Guide To Mischief, by Bart King. You are welcome to copy and paste this to your profile but include the citation at the bottom because it's not yours. I encourge you to get this book but I will be adding more to the bottom hopefully everytime I update my profile! Enjoy!
1. Put a sprinkler under someone's chair at a picnic, and turn it on at just the right moment.
2. Peel the labels off all the canned goods in the house.
3. Stitch someone's shirt sleeve or pant leg closed.
4. Superglue a quarter or doller coin to the ground.
5. Spread plastic wrap under the toliet seat.
6. Put ketchup, Desitin, or Brylcreaem in the toothpaste tubes.
7. Make ice cubes with rubber bugs in them.
8. Write, "3:15! VERY IMPORTANT!" on random dates and on other people's calendars and in their blackberries and appointment books.
9. Replace Oreo cookie filling with Crisco or mint toothpaste.
10. Make a "sponge cake" by fosting a large sponge (the kind you use to wash your car.)
11. Bake cookies and show up to someone's house. Act like they invited you over.
12. Sprinkle powdered suger under someone's bedsheets.
13. Spread Icy Hot or honey on the toilet seat.
14. Unscrew the shower-head and put in food coloring tablets (red is a fun and scary color *wink*) or bouillon cubes.
15. Put an empty banana peel in someones pocket or purse.
Write a note that reads. "Objects in mirror are older then they appear." Then tape it to the mirror in your parents' bathroom. try to arrange it so that they don't notice the note until they wake up in the morning.
Get some balloons and sprinkle flour in them. Then take some strips of paper and write special messages on them like, "Why did you kill me?"and "My life was so short." Put the strips into the balloons, and then blow the balloons up and hand them out.
Know any identical twins? Bring them with you into a Kinko's or other photocopy store. Take them to the counter and say, "This isn't what I ordered!" Extra credit for bringing in triplets, quadruplets, or septuplets.
Putting an ice cube down someone's shirt isn't very original. But nobody can deny that the trick gets better if you say, "Freeze a jolly good fellow!" while you do it.
Know anyone who wears glasses? Have any tempera or watercolor paints? Why not paint over those glasses? Not only will it provide a chuckle, but the paint will wash right off.
If you are sighseeing and people ask you to take a photo of them, quickly agree. Get your subjects in place and count to three, and then run away with their camera. Only go a few steps, then quickly turn and shoot their picture. The group will get a priceless shot of themselves angrily sprinting after you!
If a colleague or classmate is going on vacation, disconnect his or her keyboard. Spread some Alfalfa seeds on it. Cover the seeds with a moist paper towel. Then slip the whole keyboard into a big Ziplock bag and leave it unsealed. Just before your victim comes back, pull the keyboard out (it will be covered in Alfalfa sprouts) and put it back where it was. Then look innocent!
If your family drinks juice in the morning, try this trick. It will only work if you use transparent glasses at your house, BTW. Fill up a cup part way with juice before you go to bed.Put it in the freezer. The next morning, top off the glass with regular juice and present it to your victim. The look on your half-asleep sister's face as she tries to figure out why her cup of juice won't come out will be worth the trouble.
As you know, vanilla ice cream is white. Will so is mayonnaise! Next time you're in the vicinity of a person who wants some vanilla ice cream, put a scoop of mayo at the bottom of his or her bowl or cone. Then, wait and see if it gets noticed. (And odds are that it will.)
> "Let them call it mischief: when it is past and prospered it will be virtue."-Ben Jonson
> "Few men are so clever as to know all the mischief they do."-Francis Duc de la Rochefoucauld
> "Now, let it work; Mischief, thou art afoot. Take thou what course thou wilt!"-William Shakespeare
> "Mischief is merely an attempt to escape from the dreary vacuum of idleness."-George Borrow
> "There is nothing more necesary than good intelligence to frustrate a designing enemy."-Gearge Washington
> "Mischief is a most profound pleasure."-Frank Herbert
> "No man is exempt from saying silly things; the mischief is to say the deliberately."-Michel De Montaigne
> "Smile with an intent to do mischief." -Robert Burton
> "No man is lonely while eating spaghetti." -Robert Morley
> "I thoroughly disapprove of duels. If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand and lead him to a quiet place and kill him." -Mark Twain
> "I'll do these French all the mischief I can." -Napoleon Bonaparte
Friendly Jibes and Sucker Punch Comebacks
Person2: Not counting professional athletes, of course.
!. (Whenever you get the opportunity to sign someones cast)
-If its a broken arm: "Break a leg!" and vise versa.
-If its a broken anything: "Milk: it does a body good."
Words That Inspire (try to use these words in FanFic's! XD)
Bezonian: A troublemaker
Blackguard: A cheater or troublemaker
Bludger (Australian): A lazy person
Bluntie (Blun-tee): Scottish term for a dumb person: "He's not keen or sharp; he's a bluntie!"
Bogosity: The state of being bogus
Boofhead (Australian): Silly but nice person
Bromidrosis: Stinky sweat: "Good grief, look at thost pit stains! And worse, you have bromidrosis!"
Cepaceous: Looking like an onion
Clot: Someone who is a lump
Cockalorum: A little squirt who thinks he's a big shot
Dandiprat: A silly person
Drongo (Australian): Idiot
Encopresis: To accidentally go poop, usually in ones pants
Flocculent: Covered with tufts of wool
Fopdoodle: A chowderhead
Galah (Austrlian): A loud-mouthed nitwit. (Comes from the name for a loud Australian bird.)
Hebetudinous: Lethargic; dull
Lardy-Dardy (British): A boy who cares a little too much about his clothes
Lurdane: Boring and lazy
Maculation: Covered in spots
Momo: Someone who is irritating
Mouth Breather: A foolish person who never closes his or her mouth; AKA slackjaw
Mucophagous: Booger eating
Mucopurulent (Myoo-ko-pur-too-lent): Containting a mixture of mucus and pus
Mucus Trooper: Someone who is mucophagous
Muppet: An ignorant person who has no original ideas
The Moses Award
Calvin College (Grand Rapids. Michigan) gives its Moses Award to the member of the campus community who plays the most lighthearted and funniest prank of the year. The Moses Award comes with a $30 cash prize, which is paid every year in $1.80 installiments.
White House Monkeyshines
It turns out that when a politician moves out of his or her office to make room for the newly elected replacement, it's a good time for silly pranks. For example, When George W. Bush first came to the White House in 2000, his workers found that Bill Clinton's staff had glued desk drawers shut, left weird voice mail messages, and even stolen the "W" key off many computer keyboards.
The Greatest Crimes Never Commited
Brian Hughes was a successful buinessness man who loved a creative prank. Amoung other things he was known for leaving imitation jewelry outside expensive stores like Tiffany's. Hughes then enjoyed watching people steal the "treasure" and run off. Hughes also once put empty picture frames and burglar tools in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, leading panicked employees to think that the museum's paintings had been stolen.
Our Coolest President?
When Calvin Coolidge was president of the United States (1923-1929), he liked to ring the front door of the White House and then run and hide when the servants answered it.
Frying In Your Own Fat Award
Marco Evaristti is an artist who lives in Chile, South America. In 2007, Marco served dinner to friends at an art gallery. So what? Well, Marco gave his guests a dish of meatballs that had been cooked using fat that was liposuctioned from his body. He claimed the meatballs were delicious and said, "You are not a cannibal if you eat art." Nope, just an idiot.
King, Bart. The Pocket Guide To Mishcief. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, Publisher, 2008. Print.