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Thanks for the tag -_-
Let's do it!

1. What are you doing right now?
Answering this tag.

2. Do you go to church or anything of the sort?
Does used too count?

3. Do you have a favorite word? If so, what is it?
Potato, motherf*#ker and bollocks. Three but I love those words!

4. Do you hate me for tagging you?
Nah. :)

5. If I did something bad to you, how would you get revenge on me?

6. What is the worst thing you've ever done?
Hmm tough one... 'Borrowing' things without permission (yeah slightly cryptic answer... Sorry about that XD)

7. Have you ever gotten a trophy for something? If so, what did you get it for?
Karate and football.

8. Monkeys or dolphins?
What about monkeys riding Dolphins?

9. What kind of cell phone do you have?
iPhone 5C in White.

10. Do you watch Netflix?
Yes... Like too much Netflix :3

I tag whoever would like to do it :) same questions is cool :)

Apparently I can count to potato, because I messed up the cosplay list TWICE. The NEW new list of people in the Hetalia Dating Game I'm holding:

Me- Grandpa Rome
German- Russia
Kenji- Japan
Lara- Hungary
Friend #1- Ukraine
Friend #2- America
Friend #3- England
Friend #4- Germany
Friend #5- Sealand
Friend #6- Poland
Cosplayer #1- Greece
Cosplayer #2- Prussia
Cosplayer #3- Liechtenstein
Cosplayer #4- Seychelles

Anyways, after we play our little dating game, I'll post the list of Crack Pairings it produced. The rules of te game are simple: Fill out a sheet with some questions your character would ask, then ask them and listen as the contestants answer as their respective country. Whoever the person asking questions likes the most gets paired with the asker.

*・゜゚・*:.。..。.:*・'(*゚▽゚*)'・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*
Anyways, yeah....Let's do this!

BTW, this is TONIGHT!!!!
One, two, derp, happy dingo, seven, eight, Gorillaz, doo doo, glitter freeze, monkey, POTATO!!!!
So yea, IDK ._.

I'm still sick, still unable to work, can't do shit .. so yea :3
All I do is work and draw and shit x.x

So if anyone wants some photoshop work done or signatures or drawing idea's.. Give me a request and I shall do my best to complete it.

XoXo Trinny Mc Weeeeeeeeeeeee~~
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  • Listening to: Lordi
  • Reading: Game Of Thrones series
  • Watching: Anime, Hannibal, Streams..
  • Playing: LoL / Median XL
  • Eating: Pineapple
  • Drinking: Nothing, iPoor
So I just went to eat some black pepper potato chips.
And right when I was going to nom it...
So yeah, how have you guys been? :'>
And how many active watchers do I have? D:
  • Mood: Pleased
  • Listening to: Prelude, choral et fugue, prelude - Franck
  • Reading: Wanting to read moar of a fanfic Dx
  • Watching: Kuroshihsuhushusheshoshudhkdfj
  • Eating: Black Pepper potato chips ;x
  • Drinking: Cranberry Sierra Mist :"3
  • Mood: Regretful
  • Playing: Shogun 2 - Total War
  • Drinking: Tea
I am also amazing at fucking shit up and mixing ammonia with bleach, inhaling the result through a drinking straw, and giving zero fucks when fucks need to be given.
finished my first cartoon today pls have a look :)deimudderseigsicht.deviantart.…
  • Listening to: disturbed
  • Eating: shrimps
  • Drinking: beer
Tagged By: otakujadestarlet and NikorasuFlikenX

I was tagged by two people, so I suppose I answer both sets?

1) You have to post these rules.
2) Answer the 10 questions from the person who tagged you  then make up 10 questions of your own.
3) Choose 10 people to tag and put their icons on the journal entry.
4) Go to the 10 people's pages that you tagged and let them know they have been tagged in a journal quiz.
5) You have to tag 10 people.
6) Everyone who has been tagged has to make up 10 questions of their own and tag 10 other people.
7) No " tagbacks" (Tagbacks are tagging the person who tagged you.)
8) You can write the answer to your own questions. Just make sure to write "my answer" next to them.
9) List the person's icon who tagged you above the rules.

~Questions to answer~


1) If you could visit anywhere, where would it be?

The glow worm caves in New Zealand, it's like Blackreach in Skyrim.

2) Who is your favorite female singer?

Casey Lee Williams

3) Chose, Amy Pholer or Tina Fey?

Tina Fey because she was in Megamind.

4) what is your favorite color without saying the color.

I like three colors, one like snow, then my favorite two, one like ebony or coal and the other a sanguine color.

5) what is your favorite show?

I don't watch it religiously, I don't watch much tv, but my favorite would have to be Supernatural.

6) How old were you when you started getting good at your art?

I suck at art. So, never.

7) If you had to eat the same food for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Mashed potatoes, because mashed potatoes are freaking awesome.

8) What country are you from.

USA, born and raised.

9) Leader or follower?

Don't care.

10) Are you a homestuck?

Don't know what that is, but I might check it out later.

Nic's questions

1) How many different people have you kissed? Where?


2) if you could be in one of these franchises, which would it be? Star Wars or Star Trek?

Star Wars. It's a trap

3) What was your first love experience?

Does food count?

4) If you could kill any celebrity and get away with it, who would it be?

Kim K.

5) Would you rather have demon tentacle powers or immediately hack technology powers?

Hacking, I could mess with the pentagon.

6)  Which do you think are more useless, periods or commas?

Periods. Replace them all with exclamation marks!

7) How many relationships do you think you would have to go through before finding the person for you?

Dunno, I guess it depends on whether or not you're looking in the right people.

8) Do you plan on getting married in the future?

Again, I'm not sure. (Imma channel Pyrrha here) I was going to let the chips fall where they may. Maybe I'll get to be an old cat lady.

9) do you plan on taking care of a child in the future?

Again again, I don't quite know, I might. I hope so, kids are awesome.

10) On a scale of one to ten, how weird have my questions been?

Lucky number eight.

My questions (?)

1) Favorite movie genre? Why?

2) Fears? Why?

3) Dream job?

4) Dream car?

5) Favorite music genre?

6) What is the circumference of the sun?

7) Do you believe in true love?

8) What would you do if confronted by a psycho killer?

9) Why did the chicken cross the road?

10) Who is your favorite famous movie pig? Babe, Wilbur, Piglet, or Paris Hilton?

And I don't know that many people on here or how to tag, do I'll just leave this blank... That means no one will see this. Good.
   We sat in the dark, both of us afraid of speaking out loud. But I know we were thinking the same thing, what the hell did we do? A sound from downstairs broke the silence and Kelly began to speak again.
   “Did you turn the lights out?” She was talking to the spirit. Nothing responded but a howl of wind that came outside her window. I slowly got off her bed and felt my way through the darkness with my hands to the light switch. I flipped the switch. Surprisingly the light flooded the room and I looked back to Kelly.
“Sounds like a storm is coming, probably why the power went out.” I uttered.
“What a coincidence though don’t you think. It has to be the ghost of the woods. Come here Nicole lets ask it another question. She exclaimed.
“If it turned out the lights to our first question don’t you think something bad would happen the second time? Maybe we should just put the ouija board away now.” I replied.
I was hesitant to say this because I felt she would feel like I was rejecting the whole ‘lets talk to ghost’ idea, but to be truthful I kind of was. I still wasn’t scared of it but I’ve seen way too many scary movies and read too many Stephen King books to know that sometimes you should not mess with the afterlife.
“your right.” Kelly simply said.
I am? I thought.
Kelly continued, “I was expecting a message not a physical response, we should be careful with this kind of stuff.”
I was relieved that she didn’t want to speak to anything else tonight. I went over to her and stood next to her bed. She got up and picked up the ouija board to return it to it’s place in her closet. As she walked across the room I picked up my phone that I left on her bedside table and glanced at the time. The screen lit up and read 5:34 p.m.
“Hey Kelly I should probably be getting home me and my mom start making dinner around six.” I said.
“Thats fine,” she mumbled from inside her closet. She came out of the closet and embraced me in a hug I wasn’t expecting. I stumbled a bit so I had to hold on to her tighter. We both laughed as I found my balance.
“What was that for?” I asked.
“Thank you. I know we haven’t been friends very long but you're really the best friend I ever had and the only person who would ever believe in me, so thank you.” She replied.
I shrugged and sarcastically responded, “Yeah I know.” We erupted in laughter and hugged again.
I turned the key in the lock of my front door and went in. I closed the door behind me and flipped on the foyer light. Knocking my shoes off my feet, I headed my way to my bedroom. Once in my bedroom I sat down on my bed and let out a sigh. It’s been a long day so much has happened and I would love to just sleep.
“Nicole come help with dinner!” My mother shouted interrupting my thoughts of slumber. I got off my bed and dragged my feet to the kitchen. My mother was there already peeling potatoes. “I think we’ll make chicken, mash potatoes and green beans tonight,” she said.
“Sounds good,” I replied. Chicken was my favorite food, suddenly I felt eager to actually make dinner. I smiled and grabbed a pot to start boiling the water.
The next day at school I met up with Kelly at lunch. We sat down at a table and Kelly filled me in with the latest Bryce Peterson news.
“They still haven’t found him and the police are considering giving up on the search. They did find some interesting clues though. One black, Adidas shoe,” Kelly said intently.
“A shoe?” I asked.
“Yeah, creepy isn't it?” She responded.
“No. I mean it could be anyones shoe. In the forest there are plenty of animals I’m sure that would steal away a shoe from a backyard to gnaw on. How do they even know it’s his?” I questioned.
“They don’t know if it’s Peterson’s,” Kelly admitted, “but his mother stated that she had bought him a pair of shoes that looked significant to the Adidas shoe the Creekside Police had found.”
“Still though, a missing shoe? Sounds similar every horror book published in the last decade. This missing person case is rhetorical,” I said.
“Maybe the ghost in the woods is trying to send a message,” Kelly suggested.
“Through a shoe?” I said disbelievingly.
“Of course!,” she shouted, “I think the ghost is leaving clues to lure more people into it’s woods.”
I tried to reason with this idea Kelly suggested. Why would the ghost want to lure adult, policemen into the woods when it usually captures kids, or more recently a teen. Does it want to capture an adult now? As I thought I used my fork to push around the mash potatoes on my lunch tray.
I was about to suggest my idea of the ghost wanting to step up and catch an adult when the loud, high-pitched lunch bell rang.
“Think about it Nicole, we might have a lead the police don’t,” Kelly said as she picked up her untouched lunch and threw it away. I picked up my own untouched lunch and followed her.  
“I don’t think the Creekside Police believe in ghosts,” I told her. She shook her head and turned to leave the cafeteria.
I threw my history book aside and laid back on my bed. I stared at my paint chipped ceiling and thought about what Kelly would do if she found out the police decided to drop the case or put it aside.She would probably march right into the Sheriff’s station and demand an explanation. Or worse, she would venture off into the woods herself to try and rescue all the missing kids.
I got off of my bed and went to my kitchen. Nothing like a late night snack, I thought. I opened the cabinet and grabbed the Ritz crackers and the Jif peanut butter. I continued to another cabinet to grab a plate and butter knife. While I was making my snack I heard my cell phone ring in my bedroom.
I put down my knife on the plate and ran to my room so I wouldn’t miss the call. I entered my room, snatched the phone off my bed and hit enter.
“Hello?” I asked. No response. I couldn’t help but compare this to something I might read in a book. I lowered my iphone from my ear so I could read the caller id. It read Kelly. “Kelly? What are you doing up at twelve at night?” I asked into the phone. No response. “Kelly!” I shouted.
“Nicole, the ouija board is… gone,” Kelly announced.
“It’s not in your closet?” I questioned.
“No. I looked everywhere and it’s gone!” She shouted.
“Kelly listen we can’t do anything now it’s too late. I’ll come over and help you look for it tomorrow after school, ok?” I reasoned.
I heard a sigh on the other end. “Ok, I’ll see you tomorrow at lunch then.” Kelly replied. I waited a moment for her to hang up and then threw my phone onto my bed. I returned to the kitchen to finish my snack.
Hopefully I’ll finish my history project before one a.m., I thought.
“What were you going to do with the ouija board in the middle of the night?” I questioned.
“Nothing,” Kelly replied, “I was just checking to make sure it was still there and alright but I guess it wasn’t.”
“What were you doing up in the middle of the night?” I argued.
“I was sleeping but I woke up around eleven and couldn’t fall back asleep. I felt like something was wrong or out of place so the ouija board came to thought,” she vowed while shifting in her seat.
I felt like she was telling the truth. I felt guilty too for even asking that question. She’s my friend I should believe her no matter what! This whole situation just felt uneasy and I wanted to make sure I got my facts straight.
“We can talk more after school, we should try and finish our lunch today,” I said closing the conversation. I took that she agreed because she picked up her Granny Smith apple and took a large bite out of it.
Ten minutes later the bell rang and we went to our separate classes. At the end of the day I waited by her red convertible out in the parking lot. Soon she emerged from the school building and we both got in her car to head to her house.
“We can search my room again first,” Kelly said while we were driving in her car.
“Ok,” I responded. “So has the police discovered anything new on the Bryce Peterson case?” I asked.
“No, the black, Adidas shoe was all they found since they started the case,” she replied. I could tell a change of emotion that she expressed talking about this topic.
“Did you know Bryce?” I blurted.
Kelly seemed taken aback by the question. She responded, “No! Why would you think that?”
“It just seems like this case means A LOT to you. I just don’t understand why. Most people would just let the police handle this and I know you think the ghost is involved but shouldn’t we be researching the ghost and not Peterson?” I explained.
Kelly shifted in her seat and seemed to scowl at the road in front of her. “The ghost took Bryce Peterson, he took Sarah Herltage too,” she declared, “that ghost took all of those missing kids and I’m going to prove it.”
“You can’t prove anything Kelly, if the police can’t figure any of this out you sure can’t!” I shouted. The moment I said it was the moment I regretted it. “Kelly listen I didn’t me--,” I was interrupted.
“You know what Nicole,” she challenged, “I knew you would never fully trust me, I knew from the start this friendship wasn’t going to work out!” The car skidded to a stop. She pulled the car to the side of the road. “Get out you can walk home! I don’t need your help, I know what I’m doing!”
“Oh my god Kelly way to be a drama queen,” I muttered as I stepped outside the car. In the heat of the moment I wanted to just slam the car door and walk away, so I did. Kelly stomped on the gas and the car drove off faster than I could count to three.
I watched the car disappear and realized I didn’t know where I was. I pulled out my iphone and opened up my GPS app. According to my phone I was 3 miles away from my house. “Great!” I shouted. I loaded the directions to my house and started walking all awhile thinking in my head, I hope I never see Kelly again.
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