It’s been a long day and I’d like for it to be over now, please and thank.
Tagged by brainundead, may she continue to be super weird for all her days.
1. Could you live through a whole month without internet?
I think so. But I’d get really bored and frustrated at first. Then I’d settle down, I think.
2. Is the glass half empty or half full?
It’s completely full, since there’s water and air.
3. If cannibalism were legal, would you eat a human?
Um. No. I don’t know where other people have been. Also you can get really gross viral infections from eating human flesh.
4. What is a song you enjoyed today?
Hanni El Khattib - Nobody Move
5. What do you always carry around with you?
A general dislike of people.
6. What is your least favorite color and why?
Chartreuse. My skin tone does not go well with yellows.
7. Do you like the way you look? Is there anything you’d want to change about your appearance?
I’m pretty good with the way I look. I’d want to get rid of stretch marks, maybe, or the birthmark on my thigh. I wish I had tattoos.
8. What is something you’d want to be an expert in?
Animation! And I’d love to study marine biology or organized crime someday.
9. Do you ever dream about random celebrities?
Nope. I’m pretty uninterested in celebrities as a whole. They’re just people.
10. Do you believe in paranormal phenomena?
I have no clue. Weird shit happens, and I’m not going to discount anything on the basis that it’s never been seen before. (I’m an X-Files child, in case you didn’t know.)
11. When was the last time you had a nosebleed?
I honestly can’t remember. I don’t get nosebleeds often. Maybe when I was back in Canada, and it hit -40 C. The air was so cold it hurt to breathe.
1. Who’s your favorite fictional character?
2. Can you ride a bike and/or swim?
3. Would you rather be able to breathe underwater (and adapt completely to water pressure changes) or fly (and not be bothered by low oxygen levels)?
4. What’s your greatest fear?
5. Have you ever read a book that you hated?
6. Are you good at board games?
7. Are you afraid of flying?
8. Given the chance, would you go into space?
9. Who would you choose to play Wonder Woman in her movie?
10. Can you change a tire?
I want to thank the boy at my tenth birthday party who gave me the huge book about military strategy and political alliances. It’s still one of my favorite books.
GUH, tagged by rebel-wisdom-tarot. Here goes
Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag [ten/some] friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.
The Last Unicorn
The Dark Tower Series (Stephen King)
Harry Potter (all of them)
Flowers for Algernon
Island of the Blue Dolphins
Alice In Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass
DANGIT, angelcreations. Okay, here goes. *deep breath*
- Savvy, by Ingrid Law
- The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, by Patricia C. Wrede
- The Discworld Series, by Terry Pratchett (I’m sorry, I can’t choose. They were all so formative to me.)
- Howl’s Moving Castle/House of Many Ways, by Diana Wynne Jones
- Lirael, by Garth Nix
- Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen (totally helped me understand a hatecrush I had in middle school).
- Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
- Book of a Thousand Days, by Shannon Hale
- The Cry of the Icemark, by Stuart Hill
- Squire/Shatterglass, by Tamora Pierce