Age// Only 17.
Sexual Preference// Pansexual.
Residence// Suburbia, New York.
Favorite Movies// Okay, I'm lame, but Pirates of the Caribbean, Peter Pan (2003 version), Finding Neverland,
Favorite Bands// I don't really listen to bands... I more frequently listen to showtunes and Disney soundtracks, my favorites being Phantom of the Opera and Pocahontas.
Favorite Books// Harry Potter! *lame* The Losers by David Eddings is an amazing book, and will always remain my favorite. I also like The Darkangel Trilogy by Meredith Ann Pierce a lot.
Favorite Games// I love Kingdom Hearts, but don't judge me based on that. :P The game I'm playing now is pretty cool -- Yuyu Hakusho: Tournament Tactics for GBA.
Favorite Song Lyric Ever// "You were always the mysterious one with dark eyes and careless hair / You were fashionably sensitive, but too cool to care" -- "Foolish Games" sung by Jewel
Gay marriage and/or homosexuality in general// HUZZAH FOR GHEY STUFFS. I think everybody should have pride in who they are, and that they should not be denied of privileges based on sexual orientation. I understand that there's more to it than just that, but that's all I'm gonna squeeze on a survey.
Bush// I like him. I'm not a big Bush supporter, and I would have voted Kerry, but I'm not all "OMFG BUSH SUXX0RZZ".
Straightedge// Truth 'til
War// I'm a pacifist.
Abortion// Pro-life. I choose not to debate abortion, however.
What do you think is the most essential class in school [not your favorite]// History. Undoubtedly. People are doomed to repeat that which they are unaware of. Without knowing the past, how can the future be predicted? How can one judge or calculate how to efficiently act in any situation? History is the most important. English is a close second.
The most useless? Why?// Math. >.< Only engineers need it, so we should only have to take it if we wish to become an engineer, dagnabbit.
Are you labeled/ in a clique? Do you enjoy being labeled? Whats your opinion on it?// I enjoy being without a label -- I think a label can (not "does") cheapen people, because they generally begin to play into that which they are being called.
^I'm on the left^
^Myself and karwyn^
^I'm a male peasant. A happy one.^
^As you can see, I love dressing up.^
You can also spout off anything else you feel strongly on, tell us anything else you'd like us to know about you, you other interests, etc. Whatever you want. :)
GLADLY. Thanks for the op! Well, to start, I love making costumes and dressing up. It's a hobby of mine. Eventually, I want my entire wardrobe to be late 1700's men's clothes, but I don't think that would be very acceptable in our society. XD;; But I don't care. I don't live to be accepted -- I live for the moment. I think living for the moment is best defined in American Fuji written by Sara Backer when it is the narrator describes Alex climbing Mount Fuji: "Alex looked up and saw a zigzag line of pinprick lights rising up in shapeless darkness. The beauty of the line of flashlights suddenly struck him. 'I get it, Cody,' he whispered to himself. The point was to value the experience of the moment, not to worry about reaching the top." I guess it sounds better when the moments been building up, but yeah.
And I like ducks. Quite a bit. Thank you.