Author has written 35 stories for X-Men: Evolution, Ninja Turtles, Fruits Basket, Loonatics Unleashed, Teen Titans, Heroes, and Gossip Girl.
Hello out there! For those of you who are here because you actually care, welcome. For those of you who are reading this because you're some sort of a creep...Scram!
The name's Kelsey, whether you want to believe that's my real name or not is entirely up to you. Under this website, I will be known as Kelsey. Capiche? Great, now, moving on...What would you lovely people like to know about me, hm? Well, for one thing, I live In Massachusetts (for those creeps who are still reading this, dream on if you think I'm giving you any more info than that). Anywho...I'm in high school, in the class of 2011, to be exact. So do the math to figure out my year in HS, and my age, 'cause there's no way in hell I'm going to bring that out in the open. _ I'm a dancer, I do ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and Pointe. I'll be dropping most of those classes next year, and I'll be strictly studying in ballet, Pointe, modern, lyrical/contemorary. I used to play the piano and guitar, but I quite both due to lack of interest. -_-' I sing soprano, and one day I hope to use my skills in sining and melodrama to perform in my high school's annual musical. I love the arts, dance, theatre, writing (obviously)...You name any type of art, and I love it. Although I'm not the greatest artist when it comes to drawing and stuff...Although I am pretty good with pastels. '
Now...My interests, as in books and movies and stuff. Let's start with books shall we? I love James Patterson, J.K. Rowling, Ellen Hopkins, Kate Brian, Cecily Von Zegessar, Phillip Pullman, Lois Dunca, Joan Lowery Nixon, Melanie Carlson, Tamora Pierce, all of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books (obviously I haven't read all of them, how pathetic do you think I am?), P.C. Cast, and many many more. If I think of anymore of the millions of books I've read that I've loved, I'll post them.
Next: Music. I love Three Days grace, Evenescence, Billy Joel, ATeens, Jump5, Play, LMNT, Trapt, Nickleback, Faith Hill, Leeann (Sp?) Womack, Celine Dion, Martina McBride, Avril Lavigne, Boys Like Girls NOT a real musical! You guys can send me e-mails of complaint, but it's not. It's Disney, and if it's a real musical, Disney would not overkill it by making four movies for it. If it's a classical musical, it should not have to require four movies. One is enough, thank you very much.
Moving on to movies...The entire X-Men series, the entire Spiderman series, the entire Batman Begins series, and the entire Fantastic Four series, Save the Last Dance, Center Stage, Hide and Seek, The Sixth Sense, The Game Plan (such a cute movie), 27 Dresses, Three Men and a Baby, Look Who's Talkin', Freedom Writers, Mean Girls, The Forgotten, and more.
Finally, TV shows. There's I Love Lucy, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Honeymooners, Malcolm in the Middle, Friends, Will and Grace, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld, How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Gossip Girl, Kyle XY, Wildfire, 7th Heaven (The earlier episodes, the later ones sucked in my opinion), Full House, Scrubs, Law and Order: SVU, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Wizards of Waverly Place (and can I be one of the first to say that Selena Gomez has way more talent then freakin' Miley Cyrus ever will?), America's Next Top Model, Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?, and my two personal faves: Supernatural and Heroes. For the record...Jensen Ackles is mine! And as for Heroes? Sendhil Ramamurthy? Also mine. (XD) No, seriously, BACK OFF! >.>
OK...I have two ideas for Heroes, most of you probably won't view this profile until after they're posted.Feedback is greatly appreciated. No reviews, or PMs, or e-mails, means I take the story off, automatically. So don't complain if i take a story out that you really liked, because it's you're own fault for getting rid of it. I also have one idea for Supernatural, and one for Wizards of Waverly Place.
The first for Heroes is called: They Come True. It's Molly fan-based, one of my fave characters ever. I have about 140 pages dedicated to this fic. It's about how Molly starts recieving these nightmares where she watches innocent people die. It turns out that the nightmares are linked to Sylar, and that Sylar is linked to her brain.
The next is a one shot for Heroes centered around Matt and Mollly. It's called Bargain Hunting. Basically Molly thinks that dressing grown up means buying expensive clothes, and that fashionable clothes can only be fashionable. The results is a satisfied Molly, an ashamed Matt, and a very pissed off Mohinder.
For Supernatural, I haven't thought of a title yet, and I'm not sure if I'll go through with it. It depends on how the third season ends. I was thinking of having Sam have three daughters, that he conviently forgot to mention to Dean until the two are working a case in California. Dean learns important lessons about life and what love really is. Ruby discovers that Sam's kids might just be the key to saving Dean's life. Like I said, this isn't official until I see how the third season ends.
As for Wizards of Waverly Place, the title is called Saying Goodbye. Justin wants a chance at a normal life after meeting the girl of his dreams. So instead of attending some wizard university, he decides to attend Standford in California. It's sort of a comedy. Alex at first is relieved about getting rid of her pesky older brother, but as the time for his departure grows nearer, she discovers how much he's been there for her over the years. She realizes that she needs him, and as a result, tries a whole bunch of crazy schemes to prevent him from leaving. Among these schemes are information on the STD levels in colleges, the amount of plane crashes in a year, crashing Justin's car, faking a deadly illness, and even trying to break up Justin and his girlfriend, who'll be attending Stanford with him. The results all fail, and desperation sets in as Alex tries to stop her brother from leaving her.
The Heroes fice will most likely be posted around May or June when things begin to slow down in school, as for the others, they're still up in the air as to when they'll be posted.
Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional.--One of my favorite authors Kellie Fay wrote this under the Stealthy Story website. This goes for me well enough. I'll never grow up! I still watch kids shows...as long as they don't annoy me that is.
From Ninja Turtles: Leo: "We don't know the meaning of the word defeat."
Mikey: "Yeah, we just never bothered to look it up in the dictionary."
From X-Men Evolution: Tabitha! You're putting my life in the hands of a maniac! --Kurt a.k.a. Nightcrawler
"Good job...Idiots." --A quote my science teacher used when two boys screwed up on these measurements they were doing in class and ended up figuring it out after fifteen minutes.
"I'm just going to yell the whole period because I feel like it, and I'm the teacher and I can do whatever I want! Best of all you don't get to tell me what to do! Of course if the principal walks in right now I'll be in big trouble..."--Another quote my science teacher used. He never did get caught. It was pretty funny how hyper he was during our class that day.
"I figured out a way to remember things but I forget it." --My friend Krista used this on her profile and I just thought it was so funny that I put it on mine. Her friend said this once, obviously whatever her idea was it didn't work very well!
"I hate people...People suck! They're ignorant and rude and I just don't like them!" --This quote was originally from George on Seinfeld, it was then changed around by my friend Ann. I think her explanation speaks for itself.
From Seinfeld: Jerry: "What did you say, something or nothing?"
Elaine: "I did say something...I said nothing!"
From "The New Adventures of Old Christine": Christine: Ever since I told you about PMS you think that that's what it's all about to women...Actually it is all about PMS, but that's not the point." --Christine having a talk with her son in her car after school.
From Everybody Loves Raymond: Ray: "I'm still not sure how to give Aly the sex talk."
Debra: "Tell you what Ray, what if I sit you down with Aly and explain it to the both of you?"--Debra and Ray talking about how they're going to explain sex to their daughter Aly.
From Ninja Turtles: Mikey: "Lure? How quaint...HOW THE HECK ARE WE SUPPOSED TO LURE IT!" --From the "Return of Nano" episode.
From X-Men Evolution: At the mall after closing hours
Evan (Spyke): "It's so different here in the dark."
Kitty (Shadowcat): "This will be my first time here where I'm not buying a pair of shoes." --From the episode the "HeX Factor"
From Fruits Basket (The Anime TV series)
Yuki: You know Kyo, when we get home we should have a fight.
Kyo: Oh ho, so you're ready to face the music Rat Boy? Well it's about time!
Fruits Basket (Again):
Shigure: It's no trouble at all. In fact, I'll drive you up to the Lake House.
Yuki: Shigure, do you even have a liscence?
Shigure: (Long pause) Of course I have a liscence.
Kyo & Yuki: Why'd you have to think about it?
Mrs. H: Oh Kelsey! You're taller than me now!
Dad: Now, let's be reasonable here, the mayor of Munchkin Land is taller than you. (I got such a big laugh out of that when my dad said that to our family friend, Mrs. H.)
Mrs. G: Jesse! Act your age, not your I.Q! (A quote from my English teacher.)
Turn your face to the sun, and you will not see the shadow. --Helen Keller
Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever. --Walt Disney
Mrs. Y: ...A lot of his artwork was featured in the new Cheetah Girls movie. It showed a lot of footage. Has anyone here seen that movie?
Connor: Cheetahs! Amigas! Friends Forever! (Hugs himself)
Mrs. Y: OK, I don't even want to know how you know that song...--Conversation between my Spanish teacher and my classmate.
"I wanna play video games! I wanna go on the computer! I wanna read my comic books! I wanna sleep! I wanna draw pictures! I wanna play with puppies! I wanna play with weapons! I wanna beat the crap outta somebody! I wanna have an adventure! I wanna blow up part of the school in chemistry class! Have a nice day!" --A quote from my friend Krista. She also put this under her profile. I love it so much, I think it's the funniest thing in the world.
"Caution! Mood swing ahead!" --My friend Ann used this on her profile and it's so totally true with me and most of my friends.
I hate it when people ask what time it is and then point to their wrist. I know where my watch is buddy, do I point to my crotch when I ask where the toilet is?
You just want to have your cake and eat it too. Damn straight! What good is cake if you can't eat it?
I hate it when people ask if the bus has come yet when they're at a bus stop. Do you really think I would be standing here if it did come?
Can I ask you a question? Didn't give me much of a choice there did you sunshine?
These were all quotes that I got from a forwarded message called "9 Things I Hate About Everyone". These quotes are all funny because they're true!
"Mike was a good kid. He got good grades, his phone was always ringing, he had a lot of friends, he was good at sports, but he put a gun to his head and shot himself. Why do you think so many young people today are committing suicide? Is it because they're not loved or they don't feel loved? Maybe if friends and family members told each other that they love each other more often, there might be less Mikes in the world." --A speech given by a priest at my church. I thought that proved a very strong message.
"OK, only one more week until Christmas vacation. Some of you I will miss, but not all of you." --My math teacher
"Take my advice, I don't use it anyway!"--Krista used this on her profile that I also found funny, her friend Tom said this once.
Dylan: If the plural of goose is geese, then why isn't the plural of moose meese?"
Billy: Mrs. M. is so stupid! She won't let any boys go to the bathroom, but she'll let girls go to the bathroom.
Matt: Well, duh.
Billy: But, that's not fair. Why would she do that?
Matt: (Spoken slowly) Because girls have special things. --Billy and Matt are twin brothers, I started cracking up because usually Matt sucks at good retorts, but he's been coming up with some pretty good ones lately.
Molly: You mean the Boogeyman?
Molly: The Boogeyman takes your soul, and then he eats your brain.
Matt: Great. Which means you'll be doing your spywork in our own backyard.
Mohinder: Someone's grouchy when they don't get their sleep...
Matt: Mohinder, no offense, but you're a professor. You're not 007...
Mohinder: Well? What do we do?
Matt: I don't know! You're the scientist!
Mohinder: That doesn't exactly make me an expert on nightmares.
Heroes...You know the drill...
Sylar: Wlecome back Dr. Suresh. What happened to your nose?
Mohinder: What is it that you want?"
Sylar: approaches Mohinder menacingly with a slight pause ...Breakfast?
Dean: Demons I get, people are just plain weird.
Dean: Did I...? Was it cool? Like in the movies?
Sam: You peed yourself.
Dean: Well of course I did. A man gets hit by a car and he's supposed to have control over his bladder? C'MON!
Dean: You didn't think I remember do you? C'mon Sammy, you still bust out crying whenever you see Ronald McDonald on television.
Sam: At least I'm not afraid of planes.
Dean: Planes crash, Sam!
Sam: And apparently clowns kill!
Gordon: Yeah, lighten up Sammy.
Sam: Only Dean is allowed to call me that.
Sam: That's her myspace.
Dean: Really? Cool! What is that? Some special hotline or something?
Dean: No, seriously. What is it?
"A person's a person no matter how small." -- Dr. Seuss
"Children should be seen AND heard." --Aly and AJ