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Well first is first I love the Beatles...okay now time to get to know me a little better.
My name is Alyssabeth and I was born on Friday the 13th on February,1998. My favorite Band is The Beatles (Didn't I already say that?), and I do not have a favorite song because there are so many good ones to choose from. However, (after changing so many times) I did decide on a favorite Beatles. Of course I chose the douchiest (I don't think that's a word, but whatever) one John Lennon (No offense to John lovers, I'm one too, but the truth is the truth my friends). Why? Because I love his humor and there is more to the question, but I'm trying to teach myself not to ramble as much.
Okay anyways... My favorite movie is A Hard Day's Night, and when I'm bored I always find myself reading a fanfiction or (this is quite embarrassing) wasting my time on turntable. Occasionally i'm on BAR (Beatles Abbey Road(website)).
Now, I bet you have heard enough about the beatles, so let's plunge more into my life outside the beatles...I got nothing JK! JK! JK! Well, when I was four I got diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, but it did not stop my love for sports. I quit gymnastics when I was four, and tried out soccer. When I was seven I first tried Basketball. When I was 10 I first tried out Volleyball and Tennis. Of course I loved all these sports. Also, when I was two I had my first encounter with a piano. I shocked my parents playing a very simple form of fare Jacques (however you spell it) by ear. Thus starting my love for music. I've always played the piano non stop annoying everyone to great measure since then. When I was in second grade I got put into private school and joined a(wouldn't call it orchestra because it was just violins.) Violinstra? After about three months I was taken out of Private School and lessons because of my brothers bickering. But I happened to like the stringed instument so much that when I got put back in my original school, I joined the orchestra. Only this time switching to cello. By the time sixth grade hit I was forced to move out of my hometown to a knew one that did not have an orchestra, but a band. I chose the trombone, but regretted it shortly after. I also started learning how to play the ukelele. By eighth grade I got a guitar from my brother(and of course it was an electric with no amp and a broken string) and started teaching myself how to play guitar.
Finally, after my annoying babbling, one thing you must know about me is i'm really smart, but extremely common sense stupid and lazy :)
Well, I hope I covered enough! Oh! And I laugh a lot so my username is punned. My real last name is Lafferty, but I changed it to LAUGHerty! HA GET IT! Wow...I'm lame.
This is a true story. A girl died in 1933. A man buried her when she was still alive. The murderer chanted," Toma Sota balcu," as he buried her. Now that you have read the chant, you will meet this little girl. In the middle of the night she will be on your ceiling. She will suffocate you like she was suffocated. If you post this on your profile, she will not bother you. Your kindness will be rewarded.
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