As of now, 11/26/2010, I am a 16 year old, 200 pound, black, religion-less, female sophomore in high school. I don't consider myself black. Really, I'm thought as whiter than most of my Caucasian friends and I have no problem with that. I don't drink, do drugs, or smoke and I know this is going to sound cliche but I'm a cutter. 

I don't know if i fit in to the emo stereotype. I mean i wear skinny jeans and i did go through that phase where i bought only black and white(in 6th-8th grade), but I'm not all "i hate my life' all the time, sometimes i have those moments but all and all I'd like to say i smile 95% of the time. I don't cut because my life suck. I cut because i don't know how to deal with any emotion other than happiness.

I hate rap music and country, i really don't get country music, isn't it regular music but with people with southern accents?

I'm not afraid of the dark, I'm afraid of whats in the dark. I hate being alone in large spaces and bug, the only bugs i have been able to touch are lighting bugs. I'm not really sure about that situation since it seems that they are most unappealing bug to look at until they light up. It's like magic.

I also tend to change subjects fairly quickly. I don't have much of an attention span.

I LOVE, music, movies, art, reading, writing, photography, anything and everything caffeine related. Facebook, anime, texting, my friends, flowers, food, pretty things, unique things. I Love to smile, and i love making smilie faces. :) Yes, i know smilie is usually spelled with a Y at the end but i find this way more...cute.

I'm kinda in a love/hate relationship with people. Some of them are good or at least you think they are until they do or say something to disappoint you.

I'm not quiet sure what else to say. So, I'm just going to leave it here.
  • Land of a Thousand Smiles
  • JoinedNovember 27, 2010


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SmilieGirl SmilieGirl Nov 27, 2010 07:43PM
@nanakie Oooh, chaa i'll totally read it. :]
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