About

Welcome to my poorly-assembled profile. I try to write stuff that you shouldn't feel embarrassed to read (because something tells me you don't want your friends to know about your fictional fetish with rich CEOs). Here's some stuff about me!

Alias: I'll let you know when the cops stop sniffing around.

Location: Like a dumpster . . . somewhere . . . searching for old sofas to resell at yard sales. Good income, you know?

Age: Too old for what I'm worth.

Sex: Is how people die. No, really. Anyone who has had sex and died is now . . . dead.

Hobbies: Writing. Dancing. Pondering over life's big questions. Like why there is not an "amn't" and only an "aren't" because it's not right to say "are I not" it's "am I not" duhh.

Extent of my intelligence: I can pretend to be all smarty-pants with regard to fancy words (pinkies out, man) and telling people what they want to hear . . . but let's face it once socially inept always socially inept and once a redneck always inbred. Let's hear it for cheesecake!

OK so I didn't really tell you anything about me. And you know what that means? I'm a mystery. So by not telling you anything you can assume that I purposely exposed that trait of mine for your personal benefit of KNOWLEDGE. Either that or you can conclude that I'm completely nuts and I should never be allowed to access a dating website. Both theories are acceptable.

And now for a story!

once upon a time
in a world stuffed with cheap rhymes
there lived to be a great queen
she resembled a baked bean
that is all.
  • Location:
    2nd star to the 1st and straight on till sober
  • Joined:
    2 years ago

Reading Lists


4 Published Works

Featured work.

Charmless

Social data: 142 reads. 4 votes. 8 comments.

Description: You love princesses. I love princesses. But do you ever wonder if they love each other? One prince on a mission. One missing damsel who may not exactly be in distress. And five neurotic not-quite princesses that just might drive everyone insane. On...


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balooba
Oh, and that reminds me of another time-y thing I saw recently. You’ve got to see Interstellar, if you haven’t already. I don’t even like science fiction and that movie was a cupcakin’, fat-saturated MASTERPIECE. Aw man the sugar content on that one. . . I even, err, almost cried (it wasn’t me I swear it) toward the end.


balooba
Uhh, I don’t really remember anymore lol. It’s been too long since I finished it.

Mostly to do with the lack of information on Deus and his role in the whole thing. Especially how he wasn’t really involved towards the end. He was still the time god when Yuno went back in time (yay for spoilers!) to start over (again), so couldn’t he have done something himself then? Instead of giving half his power to some unstable human, I guess I just assumed he would’ve been able to take care of it, since he still existed.

And speaking of existed, I’d then have to call into question how much he was really capable of. Unlike humans, what was he? Did he only “exist” in that three-dimensional time setting, or would he be more like a god and not be bound by time? If that were the case, then why would he have a set expiration date anyway? If he jumped around through time, could he have avoided death as it was, or would it not matter? Kinda weird to have a time god of all things run out of time. I guess I really don’t understand that one, especially since it talks about human-what’s-his-face Yuki being what was it like 10,000 years old and hadn’t aged a bit, but nooo Deus couldn’t find a way to live and just had to die to be in line with the plot (least, that’s the only reason I can come up with).

Maybe I’m just overthinking it. Maybe they DID explain his reason for death and I wasn’t paying attention. And maybe Deus really was aware of his successor Yuno going around and messing things up, but just liked drama and chaos and didn’t do anything because his existence was, uh, limited anyway. But I guess I understand how it’s hard to pull off one of those time-y things, especially when everyone is all moving around everywhere and time no longer flows like a river but looks like my dog’s hair when we once forgot about a grooming appointment. I still liked it anyway. Made me really appreciate how fictional characters stay fictional.


balooba
I think my favorite main character of this has to be Twelve, which makes it kinda sad that he didn't get the screen time he deserved. Cause he was wickedly mad. But at least I got to see him at the very end. :D Minene was also cool too, if you can overlook the fact that she's a total terrorist. . .

Maybe that was what made this anime good--the fact that pretty much each person had their character flaws that made you sort of understand why they're as messed up as they are. And then you have Yuno, who makes my mind go blank when even trying to comprehend half the stuff she does. To think that there can be people who exist today that are just like her.

But then there were these plot holes, which I guess is to be expected of a time-warping storyline anyway. 4/5 in my inexperienced book.


balooba
Those . . . grammatical errors. . . For once, even I'm confused.

But that lady must have known how to spell it because she had a badge on her shirt. Always Google before badges. Now THAT should be an acronym (AGBB).

Speaking of yaoi, why do you like it? Is it like some guilty pleasure, like how it is with me and, er, chocolate? Hm. Chocolate. . . Understandable.


balooba
That's mean. There's nothing wrong with how he looks. He just looks like a . . . man lol.

And I remember that second video. Or at least I saw a similar one where he actually "explained" it. The poor parent--Young Attractive Outgoing Intellectuals hahaha. Not sure why she didn't use the something called Google first. Kids these days aren't really known for their honesty anymore. . .


balooba
Lol OK so this wasn't my speed, but even after I clicked play and halfway paid attention while I did other stuff, I still couldn't help but notice the background music. Almost like a dramatic soap opera, it was pretty and sad and made me want to dance, which therefore makes everything better.

But then, most sad music makes me want to dance. And any music in general. So never mind.