Hello lovelies! My name is Raleigh, and this is what I have to say about myself.
I'm pretty much a total sweetheart. Be nice to me, and I'll be nice to you.
Fuck with me, and I can be a total
I have a lot of strong opinions that I am not adverse to making known, and in general it's a little difficult to get me to change my mind. This isn't to say my opinions can't change. They are constantly changing, being made stronger or weaker with each pass of information. However, if you wish to discuss something with me, please make note of the following:
If you are an asshole, I will be an asshole right back.
I can't stand people who try to argue when they have no idea what they're talking about. It invokes within me the rage I inherited from my mother, usually resulting in the unrestrained verbal abuse of whomever I happen to be talking to. People say that two wrongs don't make a right, but I say fighting with ignornat children is pointless and annoying. If I hurt your feelings, oh fucking well. My purpose in life is not to please you.
All in all, I'm pretty much your average young woman with an unparalleled zest for life. I don't identify myself as being unique or one of a kind. Why?
I am a part of the world, just like everyone else. I love to have fun, just like everyone else. And most importantly, I live my life the best way I know how, just like everyone else. Dying your hair pink doesn't make you unique. Having more piercings than you do flesh doesn't make you different. It makes you part of a subculture of individuals who enjoy those same things. The claim to be unique has been used and abused to the point of insignificance. At best, it's just by those people who want to boost their own pathetic self esteem and make themselves seem more important than they really are.
Get over yourselves people!
By now, most of you are probably thinking that I'm a bitch, and I admit that I am to a point. However, I can assure you that, apart from the free floating hostility, I'm actually a very friendly and playful spirit, and still very much a child at heart. The coloring books and brightly colored ribbons of my childhood have all managed to survive the years and mesh with the more mature bits of my personality, creating the young woman speaking to you now.