Jun 4, 2005
I don't like a lot of anime. But I love Fullmetal Alchemist.
If I am eating a steak, and I realize I just got a mouthful of fat, I sometimes think twice before spitting it out.
I don't care for Angelina Jolie. I just don't see what all the fuss is about.
There are many things in my apartment that are lost to me.
For the rest of my life, I will always believe that Mozart really looked like Tom Hulce.
My heart races when I see police cars.
Chocolate-covered pretzels from Disneyland are easily more important to me than god or the bible.
I don't mind traffic. I like sitting in the car for long periods of time. And I also get motion sick. Even sometimes when I'm at the wheel.
I take a lot of pictures of myself, and I don't entirely know what the point is. It's sort of a project for me. But when people inquire about it or imply that I'm narcissistic or that there is something wrong with me or that they are concerned for my safety, it nags at me and I feel myself wanting their approval. Every criticism I face has the potential of changing me forever.
I still really wish dinosaurs were real.
Sometimes I think someone is not attractive at first, and then I realize that they are.
I compare myself to everyone. I don't like that I do it. But I do it constantly.
Things that used to make me cry or hurt don't always make me cry or hurt anymore. And then sometimes they still do.
I love comic books.
Part of me believes that the future really will be like Star Trek. And I can't decide which color of uniform I would most like to wear when I get there.
If harps have ladies' faces carved into them, I will always suspect them of singing.
I would rather be cold than hot. I am almost always both.
I get embarrassed easily. I am embarrassed almost all the time.
I am bonkers for my dog.
I used to think Sylvester Stallone was awesome. When I saw First Blood, I told people he was my favorite actor. I also once found a piece of notepaper with "I love David Hasselhoff" written on it, where the word "love" was actually a little heart. And I don't have any recollection of writing it, but it's totally in my handwriting. And I remember when Sarah and I watched the first episode of Knight Rider that Sarah said the guy who was the original Michael Knight was really cute, but I don't remember what he looked like at all. And I have never ever thought David Hasselhoff was cute, but apparently I loved him once. That scene with the close-up of his back and feet in the Spongebob movie almost made me barf. That's how much I don't remember ever having loved him.
I once got a detention for making fun of a kid with a broken arm.
I fantasize about reading.
I have been able to go out and have a good time without drinking. I don't like that this is true.
Sometimes I want to dance. And sometimes I don't want to. But I never want to dance when someone tells me to.
I believe I can fly.
I give a hoot. But sometimes I still pollute.
Given enough time, I will grow to hate anything I have created or performed. Sometimes, given enough additional time, I will come back around.
I don't like the taste of milk.
I always want to touch things you're not supposed to touch. And I am often tempted to poke at soft things in grocery stores. Like that crazy old lady in Tampopo.
I am irritated by the implausible cinematic representation of most computer interfaces. They are usually absolute bollocks.
I wish I had had braces as a girl. Partially because I have crooked lower teeth and partially because girls with braces were always so popular.
Very few things remain my favorite for long.
When I get angry, I cry.
It is easy as fuck to ruin my day.
I am always capable of identifying the worst case scenario.
I stopped eating onions and garlic because I was in a play wherein I had to both kiss someone and talk angrily at him at close range. That was almost nine years ago, and I am still in the habit of avoiding them. Sometimes I take consideration to apparent extremes.
I really, really, really try to be prepared for anything. It's very frustrating when I fail.
I want to be perfect. Every day is a failure.
I used to think I was a lot more awesome than I think I am now. I suspect that's what growing up is.
I am tired of waiting for Simon and Simon to come out on DVD.
I used to have a book of fractal patterns that I would color in with markers.
I want to understand the mysteries of the universe. And I have a lot of opinions about quantum gravity. I was a physics major at one time. And I liked it.
Routine is hard on me.
I spent the night in a bus station in Boston once. And I had many adventures.
I once got it on in a Burger King bathroom. (And it was in no way an homage to the Humpty Dance. That guy's nose was ridiculous.)
I am afraid of stairs and steep inclines.
I love it when something I say goes over.
I hate it when I'm the last to know.
I am more afraid of humiliation than of physical injury.
When I was in grade school, we gifted and talented kids got to go to this day camp for a week, where we learned about nature and conservation and animals and stuff. And each day, there was a mystery item in a box that you were supposed to stick your hand into and guess what was in it. And I could never bring myself to do it. I was so horrified at the idea that there would be a living creature in it or that it would be something that felt too disgusting to bear. So I never once entered the guessing contest. It always turned out to be like an empty tortoise shell or the molted skin of a snake. And I was always glad to have not touched it.
I lost my virginity to a Def Leppard song.
I have gotten away with a lot of things on the basis of my reputation.
I remember things the way I first experienced them. No matter how many times the experiences recur.
I think my father passed his pyromaniac gene on to me. My mom gave me the gene for loving noodles.
I don't like that there is a name for the madonna-whore complex.
I am growing more and more tired all the time.
This could be a much, much longer list.
I pretend I don't care, but I do.
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