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Sun Dec 19, 2010 8:38 pm
Mizzle says...



I cannot believe I have not made one of these yet.

I was born on January 3rd. You won't ever know what year (unless you make it your personal goal to stalk me, always ask me questions about my birthday, in which I am sure I would slip up sometime).

Anyways, as much as I would like to sound interesting, I am really not. It's true. In real life, I am somewhat of a wallflower; I tend to be shy when you first meet me, but as outgoing and crazy as can be once you know me. I contradict myself daily.

I do not like mustard or ketchup. I prefer mayonnaise, ranch, or BBQ sauce.

I have a strange liking for sour cream. I eat sour cream like some gals eat chocolate ice cream after a break-up. And yes, I am fully aware that this is very odd.

I am terrible at poetry. I never seem to be able to fit everything I want to into a decent-sized stanza or two, which is why novel and novella writing is much more suiting to me.

I enjoy raspberry lemonade, and detest regular lemonade. I will not drink orange juice with pulp.

I like reviewing, but I am terrible at doing WRFF requests.

My nails right now are painted in a pattern like a candy cane, in case you were interested in such.

I tried to be a vegetarian, and it lasted for about two hours, at which my friends all went out to eat ribs and I just couldn't resist.

fhskshkhkjkio.

I am done for now.

Ha! I lied.

Guess what? I don't like pie.

I enjoy going to the cinema, but dislike the popcorn they sell. A Walk to Remember and Pearl Harbor are two of my favorite movies, but I also did enjoy UP.

I love plaid.

I do not like the Beatles (shocker), but do enjoy their one good song, "Here Comes the Sun."

I dislike Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays all the same.

That is all.

EDIT: I am also afraid of parking garages. Odd, yes.
"Chase your dreams, and remember me, speak bravery,
Because after all, those wings will take you up so high."
-- Owl City, "To the Sky"
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Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:22 am
Ranger Hawk says...



Bahaha! Love the vegetarian part. XD I like plaid, mayo, and ranch too. :D

What's your favorite movie of all time?
There are two kinds of folks who sit around thinking about how to kill people:
psychopaths and mystery writers.

I'm the kind that pays better.
~Rick Castle




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Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:33 am
Mizzle says...



Ranger Hawk wrote:What's your favorite movie of all time?


Honestly, Pearl Harbor probably tops the list as my all-time favorite, however sad and weepy it does make me after watching it! :)
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Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:51 am
borntobeawriter says...



I didn't particularly like Pearl Harbor. I thought it was so-so.

A walk to remember was good but Nicholas Sparks and I have a love/hate thing going on.

He's an awesome writer, but he always kills off his mc's. Or won't let them end up together. (Ok, not EVERY story, but a lot of them). But, well, he's awesome.




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Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:24 am
Mizzle says...



It's true. I think he has a terrible writer's syndrome where he likes to torture his characters. I cannot find fault in this, as my characters cause me problems daily. . .
:)
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Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:37 am
borntobeawriter says...



Yes, but he's so great that he makes us love them.

Then, he kills them.

Have you read Dear John?




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Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:43 am
Mizzle says...



I actually have not read Dear John yet, but it's on my reading list at the moment. Is it any good?
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Mon Dec 20, 2010 3:48 am
borntobeawriter says...



Truthfully? I enjoyed .... Until the end. Maybe you should watch the movie instead.