Bella Ruiz"You be good now, or else i'll have to get my friends...from the other side!"Bella Ruiz1 hour ago in Profiles
Name: Bella Ruiz
Pronunciation: Bell-ah Rue-eez
Name Meaning: Bella is a female name. It is a diminutive form of names ending in -bella, such as Isabella and Annabella. Bella is related to the Italian and Latin words for beauty. It is also related to the name Belle, which means beauty in French.
Other Names: Witch Doctor, belle, reddie
Appearance: http://twisted-kitsune.deviantart.com/art/Adoptable-104-CLOSED-564079257 Red Hair, Heart Shaped face.
Sexual Orientation: Bisexual, Prefers girls
Distinguishing Features: Long Yellow parka that she always wears over her clothes, white headband
Alignment: Lawful Evil/Chaotic Neutral
Theme Song: Jessie J - Do It Like A Dude OR Marianas Trench - Celebrity Status
All in the Family: Part TwoThe time had come for my grandpa to realize what he, my mother, and my father had done. He was the eldest of us. He was the teacher that taught them the things that they taught me. He was the reason they believed what they did. He was the core of it all. The king. This king was about to fall.All in the Family: Part Two2 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters
As he cried wet, sticky, thick snot oozed from his nostrils. The snot found its way between the cracks of his mouth and his stitches I gave him on his mouth to keep him quiet. It was the color of celery that has been left out for days, and the texture thick swamp goo. His eyes were blood shot and building as he attempted to scream once more. I rolled my eyes feeling annoyed. I guess he wasn't as smart as I thought he was.
"Grandpa," I said, "How fucking stupid are you? You installed this sound proof shit yourself. You know no one is going to hear you." Grandpa kept screaming, ignoring every word I had to say. I decided explaining anything to him was a lost
Don't Get Your Drawers in a Twist"Women only make 77% of what men make for exactly the same work!"Don't Get Your Drawers in a Twist5 hours ago in Personal
No, they don't. That statistic is just for overall median pay of full time workers and doesn't account for overtime hours worked, location, experience, degree earned, or even the field someone is working in. Women make less on average because men and women make different career choices, because, believe it or not, men and women are different.