30 RANDOM THINGS
--I have an obsession with clicking on Facebook and just staring at the screen when I’m bored. Yes, I just sit there and hope that something interesting happens.
--I don’t have a favourite colour, don’t ask me if I have a favourite colour. If you do, I will just say “rainbow”.
--I play Bully and Grand Theft Auto
--I used to worship Twilight. I called myself a Twihard, bookmarked a Twilight-lovers blog, and even had posters on my wall. I read Twilight 17 times and felt proud to announce that to the world. I now hate myself because of it.
--I’m soon-to-be 13 (… so I’m 12) and yet I stand awkwardly tall at 5’6. My genetics obviously despise me.
--My nose is Irish.
--My favourite music artists are A Fine Frenzy, Ingrid Michaelson, Until June, and - wait for it - …. The Maine.
--My hair has to be the frizziest, thickest thing in the entire world. I hate it.
--I’m part Indian; part Polish; and part Irish. I was born in Malaysia and moved to Canada when I was 2 1/2. I BE INTERNATIONAL!
--I’m a stickler for spelling and grammar. You spell something wrong or say something out of context or just put a comma in the wrong spot, I am afraid that I will have to hunt you down and kill you.
--I write. I write and write and write, and then when I’m not writing, I read. When I’m not reading, I’m staring at Facebook. When I’m not staring at Facebook, I’m daydreaming. When I’m not daydreaming, I’m writing. Hey, isn’t that funny?
--My best friend is Gizmox Murray, self-proclaimed Ruler of the Future World. We shove each other, play video games, and use excessive sarcasm. No, we aren’t teenage boys.
--Despite my naturally-tanned skin colour, I have freckles. They’re just really hard to see.
--I failed French.
--I’ve been in a mental hospital for 3 (THREE) straight months. And no, I wasn’t attacked by any vicious girls with excessive eyeliner and cuts on their forearms. No one beat up any nurses. No one had weird obsessions with voodoo dolls and possession. No one angrily threw anything. The weirdest person there, I am pretty sure, was me. And honestly, I’m not that weird.
--I kick ass at Smackdown VS Raw. Even though I don’t know what the hell I’m doing.
--I once burned myself on the stomach with my mother’s curling iron. I still have the scar. It hurts.
--I’m tone deaf. Hear me sing and your ears shall cry.
--I go to an Alternative School (read: place where rejects and the like get together in a class and attempt to learn something while trying not to laugh because one kid keeps blurting “FACE”).
--I’ve got crooked front teeth and brown eyes :B
--I played the drums in school band for one year. I sucked. Gizmox was better, and she plays clarinet. Clarinet players cannot be trusted.
--I LOVE LEMONADE!
--I do not share food. You steal my food, and I shall kill you with a pitchfork.
--I wear one of those plastic bracelets that looks like a bone. I never take it off.
--I wear my cargo pants so much that they have holes in them.
GOLDEN BROWN HIGHLIGHTS FTW!
--I don’t have a middle name, and when I was younger I was sad because EVERYONE I knew had a middle name. I made one up (Elisabeth) and announced it to the world. It’s still my middle name, but now I hate it.
--I have a thing for cold showers.
--I frequently dance barefoot in the snow.
--Oh yeah, my name’s Charlotte. And I love you.
My Favorites: Reading and Writing
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Coming of Age, Humor/Satire, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Urban, Young Adult/Juvenile
Non-Fiction: Body, Mind & Spirit, Entertainment, Humor, New Age & Spirituality, Psychology, Self-Help, Sex & Relationships
Poetry: Experimental, Fantasy, Narrative, Personal / Confessional, Romantic / Love, Song Lyrics
Looking for Alaska (John Green); The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins); City of Bones (Cassandra Clare); Will Grayson, Will Grayson (John Green); The Encyclopedia of Birthdays
Unwind by Neal Shusterman
I've written a lot of unfinished stories, but the biggest one is the one I'm working on now - I've been working on it since October '09.
Fiction: Action/Adventure, Coming of Age, Horror, Humor/Satire, Romance, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Urban, Young Adult/Juvenile
Poetry: Romantic / Love
Jem Carstairs from The Clockwork Angel
Cassandra Clare, John Green, Suzanne Collins