Why are unicorns so horny all the time? Like no matter what they're horny! And how do unicorns have sex? Is it like normal horses but the cum is like melted skittles or something? Or does the boy unicorn stick his horn up the girl unicorns ass? Or pussy?or whatever the unicorn has?!
......okay, now that was just weird.
I'm gonna go look up unicorn sex right this second.
So there's a thing about unicorns. They even have unicorn porn! Kinky. I'm just....I'm done. Life is a lie. Unicorns have sex. What next?! I don't even...
I'm gonna have a nightmare bout a unicorn coming to rape me- just watch I will.
I'm screaming can't. You hear me I bleed for you forever I will lie awake I will die for you I see the thruth given you my heart to break I would die for you
I feel your body crawl feel Flesh For my devotion true Pain was all you ever meant love will be our Last emotion
Woah oh oh...oh
I am screaming
Can you hear me?
I bleed for
Forever I will lie awake
I would die for you
Given your my heart to break
I would die for you!!!! <3
Last night I had a dream that I was making pancakes.
All of the sudden my sister comes by and ruins it by pouring milk into it.
This pisses me off, but I keep mixing it for some reason.
After I was done mixing it, I threw the milk jug at her as hard as I could and it split open getting her drenched in dairy.
Instead of getting angry, she just sort of walked away.
In real life, our attitudes are switched.
Then my mom punished me by taking away my computer and forcing me to rearrange the furniture in my room.
A while later, maybe the next day, we went to the mall with my sister's friend.
I bought a book on religion that was translated into Spanish.
My mom saw it and said, "You know your dad's mormon."
"Huh? Since when is he mormon?"
"Your grandpa converted him a few years ago."
This is kind of interesting to me because it is relevant to things in real life that I wasn't thinking about during the dream.
My maternal grandpa that supposedly converted my dad to mormonism has mormons in his family, but is laid back on religion.
My paternal grandpa is obsessed with mormons, thinks they are amazing people for some reason, but says he could never be one.
My maternal grandpa would never convert anyone, but jokingly this would explain why my paternal grandpa likes mormans so much.
It's been too long since I've done a worthless quiz.
December 18, 2014, 08:43:pm
1. If there were one word which was automatically to your name in Google searches, which word would you want it to be? Probably clever. I'd really like to be a much quicker wit.
2. What is a goal that you recently met? I didn't order takeout today, which is nice.
3. What is your favorite time of day? Whenever I'm not thinking about how lonely I am and then reminding myself that I hate people.
4. Name a celebrity you find attractive. Kit Harington.
5. What is one of the best pieces of advice you have ever received? Nothing before the word "but" matters.
6. What is the ultimate gesture of total trust? For me? Letting you read something of mine before I've edited it.
7. What is the best compliment you have ever received? "You're right." - Everyone ever.
8. What is something you have changed your mind about? Chicken noodle soup. I can't believe how often I used to eat that stuff.
9. What is something you've never changed your mind about? Dragon Age II.
10. Rewrite the end of a fairy tale. Sleeping Beauty did not live happily ever after because for all of Charming's... well, charm, real life could never compare to her dreams.
11. Choose one: you will never misunderstand the meaning of what someone else is saying OR nobody will ever misunderstand what you say. I never want to misunderstand someone ever again.
12. If offered irreversible immortality, would you take it? In a heartbeat.
13. In your opinion, what are the most important qualities of a good friend? A quick laugh and a long memory.
14. If you could be a founding member of a space colony, with the caveat that you would never be able to return to Earth, would you go? Nope. I wanna be here when we meet the sun.
15. What is your favorite superpower? Why? Flight, because duh.
16. If you were a book, which book would you be? The schoolbook on which everybody relies but doesn't actually want to read.
17. If you found out that your life was a book, and you met your author, what would you say to them? "You've been out of ideas for a while."
18. How would you prefer to die? Quickly, painlessly, in my sleep.
19. What is your favorite paradox? The Philosopher's Stone from Harry Potter. Only someone who doesn't need it can acquire it.
20. Tell us five facts about your first love, or, if you haven't had one yet, invent the story of meeting your first love. I don't think it was love.
21. If you could live anywhere for a year, where would you live? Italy, somewhere along the beach.
22. If you could visit anywhere for a week, where would you go? Also Italy, but I'd probably visit a smaller city.
23. You can only read one genre of books for the rest of your life. Which genre do you read? Fantasy. Or I could me mega bitch and just say fiction.
24. Define “love.” That feeling you get when you open the pizza box.
25. Define “justice.” Balance.
26. Define “truth.” Belief in something only after every effort has been made to disprove it.
27. Define “art.” Anything with a soul.
28. Define “good.” An act perceived to be beneficial to all parties involved.
29. Define “obscene.” Keyboard warriors.
30. What one thing in the world would be hardest for you to give up? My privilege.
31. What is one thing you regret? Not giving him my number.
32. What is something that you have done that you are proud of? Uhm.
33. Is it easier to talk or to listen? For me? To listen.
34. When are you vulnerable? Always.
35. If you met God, what would you say to God? "So... what's the deal?"
36. Would it be harder to tell someone you loved them if you weren't sure how they would respond, or have to tell someone that you didn't love them back? Telling someone when you don't know how they'll respond.
37. Excluding romantic love, when was the last time you told someone you loved them? Who were they to you? I told my best friend I love her yesterday.
38. What is your worst quality? My pride.
39. What is your best quality? My imagination.
40. What is your most immediately noticeable quality? My pride.
41. What is the first thing you notice about other people? Their "aura." I'm usually pretty good with the whole first-impressions thing.
42. Describe one of your closest friends, and explain why that person is such a close friend. She's my friend because not only does she need me, but she wants me around. And I need to be wanted.
43. What happened in the last dream you remember? Something about a movie theatre, and my former best friend's boobs.
44. What was your most memorable dream? "He doesn't love you, but he will."
45. Two truths and a lie. I love mushrooms on my pizza; I miss riding horses; I think Lzzy Hale is a beautiful human being.
46. If you were having a baby with the love of your life, and they insisted that the child be named after a place, what would you name your child? Avalon for a girl, Arlathan for a boy.
47. What is the last lie you told? 1/3 of question 45.
48. Is it possible for you to love someone you don’t trust? Me personally? Yeah.
49. What motivates you most? People telling me I can't do it.
50. What is your favorite narrative trope? I don't think I have one?
51. Describe the ultimate dystopia. A world with no extremes.
52. What story (book, movie, game, etc.) have you learned the most from? About human nature? It. About myself, the Inheritance Cycle.
53. What is something you wish other people could know about you without you having to tell them? I have people issues, but I'm not as fiercely independent as you all think I am.
54. Describe a moment you experienced something unexpectedly beautiful. Every time I flesh out a new character.
55. What is the biggest challenge you face when trying to form relationships with people? Expressing myself.
56. How close do you think your perception of yourself is to how other people perceive you? Like Antarctica to the Arctic.
57. What is something you used to be afraid of, but aren't anymore? Spencer's Gifts. As a kid I hated even walking by the store.
58. What is the most important emotion? Passion.
59. Do you think humans are any different than very advanced organic robots? If so, how? Yep, 'cause I firmly believe in a soul.
60. If you had to move somewhere else, what would you miss most from where you are now? The familiarity.
61. If you were a videogame character, what would your iconic weapon be? A katana in my main hand and some kind of curvy dagger in my offhand.
62. What is an aspect of your personality now that would come as a surprise to your younger self? My attention span. It has gotten significantly shorter.
63. If you could eliminate one event from the last month, which event would it be? Nothing has happened for me to eliminate...
64. If you had to forget the entire last year except for one 24 hour period, which day would you chose to remember? (Other people would remember, and you would have anything you wrote down or recorded during that time period - you would just have a form of amnesia.) The night I met Jack, and the subsequent 20 hours.
65. What is the most upsetting thing anyone has ever said to you? "That's heavy talk for a virgin."
66. If you had to pick only one ideal or cause to work toward, what would it be? Improving life for children all around the globe. Get rid of child soldiers, fix the childcare system, completely revamp the juvenile court system, everything.
67. Are there any unforgivable actions? What are they? In the grand scheme? Child molesting and genocide for starters. In my personal life? Preferring Dragon Age II.
68. Under what circumstances is keeping information secret acceptable or morally required? When the withholder does not know the whole story or if the audience is too stupid to understand exactly what that information implies.
69. What is one of your favorite ways to relax? I don't remember how to relax.
70. What is something you find difficult to talk about, even though you know you should? There's nothing I *should* talk about.
71. What is an easy, default topic of conversation? Music.
72. What is your favorite sort of conversation? The ones that go off in all directions and uncover the meanings of life while simultaneously creating inside jokes.
73. What is a version of you in an alternate reality doing right now? Studying with Jack's head in her lap because that bitch was smart enough to stop him and give him her number.
74. What was the last adorable thing you saw? A baby at the busstop. He was all bundled up and bouncing in his momma's lap.
75. Would you prefer for people to hate you or for people to be completely indifferent to you? Since those are the default states of virtually everyone, it really doesn't matter.
76. Would you prefer to be yelled at or ignored? Yelled at.
77. What is your favorite word and why? I don't really have a favorite word.
78. What is your dream job? Stay-at-home mom and author.
79. What is the most difficult thing you've done this month? Sleep on campus.
80. When was the last time you were really scared? When that fucking security guard came up to me like I was doing something wrong.
81. What do you want most? Jack.
82. Describe an ideal day. See above.
83. If you could speak to any real (non-fictional) person, living or dead for one hour, who would it be? See above.
84. In general, are you happy with the person you have become? Eh. I go back and forth.
85. Do you want to be a parent? More than anything.
86. What is something unusual about you that not a lot of people know? I have both a superiority complex and an inferiority complex.
87. What makes you you? See above.
88. Are you lonelier when you're with people or when you're alone? Probably when I'm with people.
89. What makes you feel safe? Uhm.
90. What was the last bad decision you made? Taking this survey.
91. Who is someone you have utmost respect for, and what is it about that person that makes you esteem them so highly? Gary, the FS president. He's got this massive job and he just projects cool and collected.
92. What was the last thing you laughed uncontrollably at? I do not recall.
93. Your friend tells you that they are suicidal, and asks you not to tell anyone. Is it more of a betrayal to tell someone, or to keep silent? Lesson the first: if they tell you, it's a cry for help.
94. What song speaks to you most? Why? You Be the Anchor by Mayday Parade. I don't really know. That or Rufus Wainwright's Hallelujah, maybe Carry on My Wayward Son by Kansas, though Teen Wolf or Supernatural or whatever the hell that show is has ruined that last one.
95. What basic values or principles do you turn to when faced with moral dilemmas? I don't often face moral dilemmas.
96. If you had a tagline, what would it be? "This is the hardest part."
97. If applicable, what do you look for in a romantic partner? Charm and wit.
98. Who is your favorite author? Me.
99. Who is the one person you know who is most similar to you (in terms of personality, beliefs, attitudes, mannerisms, etc)? Uhm.
100. What are you most excited about right now? Obviously it's going back to Ohio, because who wouldn't love spending time with the family they ran 1000 miles away from?
This is an honest declaration of my current situation: My biological clock is ticking. I'm honest about this, even though I'm only in my mid-30s. I've met men 50 or older who are just feeling the same ticking as me, which I think is very ironic given women statistically live longer than men. I've met lower than life "breeders" who prey upon women in my biological stage, and I've met no good p-hounds that don't even bother to target. Both are worthless.
December 18, 2014, 08:21:pm
I was always a fan of Chopin, Vivaldi, Franz Liszt, Beethoven. Chopin Etude Op.10 No.5 (Black Keys), Four Seasons (Love the strings), La Campanella, Moonlight Sonata 3rd movement, and Fantasie Impromptu are the piano ones I enjoy listening to a lot. (Mainly the piano ones I like).