Author has written 7 stories for Incredibles, How to Train Your Dragon, and Meet the Robinsons.
Hi there, thanks for coming to my profile! In case you're a curious person with an eye for detail like yours truly, here's some information about me :)
I am a Christian Journalism and Mass Communications major in my Junior year of college. I love to read and write, play volleyball, watch movies and TV shows, and in a rare bout of insanity, I like to shop. I have the tendency to go through hyper spurts or excited rambles, so I'm just warning you now. I get excited about a lot of things that I love, but I have to say I don't typically fangirl over anything with the exception of the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. I'll stop myself there or we could be here all day. ;)
I have a Tumblr account, which is where I usually just reblog and like my favorite stuff I come across. I haven't created much yet due to the fact that I really have no idea what I'm doing haha I created it out of interest and curiosity and I like it; quite addicting. Dangerous stuff, that Tumblr. Oh, and why I decided to create said Tumblr account a week before exams? *Smh* It is what it is, I suppose. Anywho, remember that time I told you about rambling? Yeahhh. Here's the link to my tumblr if you want to check it out!
I also have a blog about how the entertainment industry is full of advertisements for lifestyles and beliefs, and we generally let those ideas influence how we live, make our decisions, raise our kids, etc. It's an interesting blog; I'd take a peek if you're interested!I'll warn you though, I haven't updated it a long time. The blog itself as for a Journalism class and since I've been off school (and thus have had no requirements to write), I haven't written for it.
Favorite animation movies: How to Train Your Dragon & HTTYD2, Kung Fu Panda & KFP2, Megamind, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Swan Princess, the original Winnie the Pooh series, Up, The Incredibles, Meet the Robinsons, Monsters Inc. and Monsters University, Tangled, Frozen, The Prince of Egypt, Rise of the Guardians, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, and loads more. These lists are not exhaustive.
Live Action movies: (yes, I separate the two :P) The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, The Bourne Identity series, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardobe, TCON: Prince Caspian, Star Trek, Star Trek: Into Darkness, the Lord of the Rings franchise and The Hobbit franchise, the Star Wars legacy, National Treasure, Indiana Jones movies, and again, loads more.
TV shows: Once Upon a Time, Doctor Who, Bones, Without a Trace, NCIS, Dragons: Riders of Berk, and Dragons: Defenders of Berk
Score Directors: Hans Zimmer, John Powell, Klaus Bladelt, John Williams, Howard Shore, Murray Gold, Danny Elfman. These are only a few of the men who write amazing music for movies to make them even more epic. I truly respect a great musician, but even more so the people who write entire scores. It's amazing what they do, and they do it well. These people deserve awards (and some have obviously gotten them).
Music: Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Lone Star, Audiomachine, Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band, The Piano Guys, Daughtry, Mandy Moore, Bryan Williams, Josh Groban, Tim McGraw, Brit Nicole, David Archuleta, Lucy Hale, Coldplay, Scotty McCreery, Red, and more.
Video Games: Mario Kart, Diddy Kong Racing (Nintendo 64 anyone!?), Donkey Kong Country 64, the Mario Party 64 games, Tomb Raider: Anniversary and TR: Underworld, Star Wars and Indiana Jones Lego games, The Legend of Spryo, and some more that are escaping my memory at the moment. I don't play video games too often, but they're enjoyable when you need something to do on a rainy day.
Random Facts: I am the oldest of 9 kids, my family heritage is of Czechoslovakian and Hungarian descent with a splash of French and Indian here and there (I think that's all pretty cool if you ask me), when I was little I wanted to be a dolphin trainer, my dream is to write a novel and I'm also aspiring to work in animation but we'll see how that goes (kinda in third year of Journalism in college), and I am a 100% Northerner and I'm proud of it.
Pet Peeves: My sudden annoying habit of mixing up the words "your" and "you're" when writing -.-, I can do the term "soda", but when people in the South call pop or soda "Coke" (Ex. In a restaurant to the waitress "I would like a Coke" *proceeds to bring Coca-Cola* "No no, I wanted Sprite!" WHAT!? NO. Coke is a particular franchised and copyrighted BRAND PEOPLE. If you don't want Coke, DON'T ASK FOR COKE. *exhale* I am calm. I am calm. When people do not clean out the spit inside their instruments. Touching jeans or any other thick material after my hands have been wet for a while. When the edge of someone's shirt is flipped up on one side. My nails bending backwards or breaking. When folding clothes or towels and the ends don't match up. And I'm sure some others.
Also, my Beta is KateMarie999, who is my friend and fellow fangirl for the How to Train Your Dragon series. Together we have collaborated on our HTTYD stories, and each canon has vastly improved with each other's help. I've been working on dialogue bc that's where I struggle and her descriptions have really taken off. If you really like reading my stories, I highly suggest you check out her page! There are some things here and there that I have written for her stories, but mostly it's all her and it's amazing. Her stories are fabulous and I love them.
Feel free to check out the rest of my profile and my stories!
Stories: 2 cross-over fic b/t Meet the Robinsons and The Incredibles, and new two drabbles and 2 stories for How to Train Your Dragon.
Note: All original plots and characters belong to their respective owners (i.e. Blue Sky Studios, Dreamworks, Pixar and Disney). I do not own anything except my OC's and additional plot ideas that aren't in the movies. Also, all original songs, music and lyrics, belong solely to their respective owners, singers and sponsors alike.
--Phantom: Harnessing Potential: A freak accident leaves Wilbur Robinson with super powers. After learning to harness his true potential, he discovers that he and his fellow supers will have to save the world as they know it. Rated T for action/violence later and gushy romance stuff ;)
--Phantom: The Hidden Remnant: Sequel to Phantom: Harnessing Potential. When Wilbur is suddenly targeted by an unknown enemy who knows his every move and detail, he begins a search. Through this suspenseful adventure, he finds he must rely on his own powers and can only trust his closest companions to survive this adventure. Or can he? Rated T for action-violence/suspense
--Life's Best of Moments: Astrid's been banned from dragon riding and any type of physical exercise for the past nine months... But it's all for a single wonderful reason, and as Hiccup has told her before, "It'll be worth the wait." But what happens when the next heir to the tribe is ready to come into the world, but Astrid is home alone? Find out here. First HTTYD One-shot!
--Someday: Young Hiccup meets Astrid for the first time. But will she treat him the same way the other kids do? What's his reaction? Rated K Oneshot
--Confessions of a Lovesick Viking: How does one propose to the woman he loves? Certainly not the boring, traditional way. Hiccup's got a plan up his sleeve that will begin a tradition of special proposals for years to come. Rated T for romance (nothing dirty!) and possible action/angst later on
--Testing the Vows: Life used to be simple. Life used to be easy. But whoever said that growing up, being the adult was easy, was most certainly lying. Responsibility and liability tend to take their toll on a young couple to begin with. But throw in twisted relationships, reveal truths buried by lies... and nothing is simple anymore. Sequel to Confessions of a Lovesick Viking
Favorite Movie Quotes
"Thank you for nothing, you useless reptile." (Hiccup, HTTYD)
"But you just pointed to all of me!" (Hiccup, HTTYD)
"No capes!!!" (Edna Mode, The Incredibles)
"Excuse me barmaid, I'm afraid you've brought me the wrong offspring. I ordered an extra large boy with beefy arms, extra guts and glory on the side. This here; this is a talkin' fishbone!" (Hiccup, HTTYD)
Nico: "So are you here for Carnival?"
Pedro & Nico: "Blu! Hey Blu!"
Barbie: "We are so glad you came! Buh-bye, Bye, Bye! Remember, please remember to put all popcorn containers in the nearest trash can. Thank you! Okay buh-bye now, buh-bye! Bye! *laughs nervously* "Okay... is everybody gone? Is...is everybody gone?? Huh???" *Smile completely drops into exhausted frown* "GOOD. O my gosh, my cheeks are killing me! I can't keep smiling like this anymore I am exhausted!"
Jack: "Hey Bunny, check out this vie-AHH!" *flies off the sleigh*
Bunny: "Ah! North, Frosty's ah-ahhh..." *peers fearfully over the edge*
Jack: "Aww, you do care."
Bunny, quite annoyed: "Aw rack off ya bloody show pony!"
Favorite Quotes (copy and bold your favorites, or the ones that apply to you)
"Gravity man. It's not just a good idea, it's the law!"
"Blondes have more fun, but brunettes actually remember it the next day."
"Silence is golden. Duct tape is silver."
"If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is NOT for you!"
"What I lack in talent I make up for with enthusiasm."
"Having good friends is like wetting your pants. Others can see it, and you can feel it."
"Warning: jumping into radioactive waste does not give you super powers!"
"I trip UP the stairs."
"Don't follow me. I run into walls."
"I am the bomb technician. If you see me running, try to keep up."
"I'm naturally blonde. So please speak slowly."
"Girls can do anything boys can do, and we can do it in high heels."
"Brilliant brunette with many blonde moments."
"I am the type of girl who bursts out laughing at something that happened yesterday."
"It's a beautiful day! Now watch some idiot screw it up."
"The darkest hour is always just before dawn breaks."
"Consciousness: that annoying time between naps."
"Pain is a good thing. It lets you know you're still alive."
"LIFE IS LIKE A MOVIE: If you are sad: drama. If you are afraid: suspense. If you are angry: action. When you look at the mirror: horror. Now you are smiling: that's comedy!"
"To be old and wise, you first must be young and stupid."
"It takes skill to trip over a flat surface!"
"DO NOT INTERRUPT ME WHEN I AM TALKING TO MYSELF!"
Six Truths in Life
1. You cannot stick your tongue out and look up at the ceiling at the same time: a physical imposibility
2. All idiots, after reading this will try it
3. And discover that it's a lie
4. You are smiling now because you are an idiot.
5. You will soon post this on your profile for another idiot to see.
6. There is still a stupid smile on your face.
50 Ways to get Kicked out of Wal-Mart
1. Take shopping carts for the express purpose of filling them and stranding them at strategic locations.
2. Ride those little electronic cars at the front of the store.
3. Set all the alarm clocks to go off at ten-minute intervals throughout the day.
4. Don't bother doing your own shopping. Simply find someone with a full trolley containing roughly the items you need, and when they are not looking take it and go pay for it at the checkout. (this is not stealing, they did not own the items yet, they were simply 'moving them around')
5. Contaminate the entire auto department by sampling all the spray air fresheners.
6. Challenge other customers to duels with tubes of gift-wrap.
7. Leave cryptic messages on the typewriters.
8. Re-dress the mannequins as you see fit, then arrange them into strange poses. (be creative with the gift-wrap tubes used in point 6).
9. When there are people behind you, walk really slowly, especially in thin aisles.
10. Walk up to an employee and tell him in an official tone, "I think we've got a code 3 in housewares," and see what happens.
11. Turn all the radios to polka stations; then turn them off and turn the volume up to full blast.
12. Re-enact a fatal incident involving the automatic doors.
13. Walk up to complete strangers and say, "Hi. I haven't seen you in so long." etc. See if they play along. Insist on calling them 'Bob', and if they protest, get angry about it (violent if necissary).
14. While walking through the clothing department, ask yourself loud enough for all to hear, "Who buys this crap anyway?!"
15. When you leave the store, try your car keys in the door of every car in the car park until you get to your own. Then drive off as if this is perfectly normal. (Note- if you don't actually own a car and walked to the store, attempt the above by substituting car keys with your house keys).
16. Ride a display bicycle through the store; claim you are taking it for a test drive.
17. Follow people through the aisles, staying about 5 feet behind them. Do this until they leave the store.
18. Ask if you can test some super-glue before buying it, then walk around the store gluing random items to other items/customers/staff. For added fun: See how many cashiers you can glue to each-other before any of them notice.
19. As the cashier runs your purchase over the scanner say "BEEP" in a loud voice. Repeat this for every item, and for other customers items. If the cashier protests, kill them.
20. Take off your shoes and tell them you want to return it and when they say you didn't buy it there say "The customer is always right darn it!!" Make a scene.
21. Move "Caution : Wet Floor" signs to carpeted areas.
22. Set up a tent in the camping department; tell others you will only invite them in if they bring pillows from Bed and Bath.
23. Test the fishing rods and see what you can catch from other aisles.
24. Ask other customers if they have any Grey Poupon.
25. Drape a blanket around your shoulders and run around saying, "I'm Batman. Come Robin, to the Batcave."
26. Climb things.
27. Randomly throw things over into neighboring aisles.
28. Play with the calculators so that they all spell "hello" upside down.
29. When someone asks you if you need help, begin to cry and say, "Why won't you people just leave me alone?"
30. When 2 or 3 people are walking ahead of you, run between them yelling "Red Rover."
31. Make up nonsense products and ask employees if there are any in stock. (i.e.: Shnerples). Do a vague hand-mime of what a 'Shnerple' looks like to assist them.
32. Take up an entire aisle in toys by setting up a full-scale battle with G.I. Joe vs. X-men.
33. Take bets on the battle from above.
34. Test the brushes and combs in Cosmetics on all the live animals in Pet-Care.
35. While handling guns in the hunting department, suddenly ask the clerk where the anti-depressants are. Act as spastic as possible.
36. Hold indoor shopping cart races.
37. Dart around suspiciously while humming the theme from Mission Impossible.
38. Attempt to fit into very large gym bags.
39. Attempt to fit others into very large gym bags against their will.
40. Say things like, "Would you be so kind as to direct me to your Twinkies."
41. Set up a "Valet Parking" sign in front of the store.
42. Two words: Marco Polo.
43. Leave Cheerios in lawn and garden, pillows in the pet section, etc.
44. "Re-alphabetize" the CD's using an alternative alphabet of your choosing.
45. In the auto department, practice your Madonna look with various funnels.
46. When someone steps away from his or her cart to look at something, quickly place random combinations of items in their cart, such as 'A Large Cucumber and a Tub of Vasceline'.
47. Relax in the patio furniture drinking beer until you get kicked out.
48. When an announcement comes over the loudspeaker, drop to your knees and scream, "No, no, its those voices again!"
49. Pay off layaways 50 cents at a time.
50. Drag a lounge chair over to the magazines and relax. Go to the food court, buy a drink, and say you don't get out much and ask them to put a little umbrella in it.
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