Jemina MustajarviJemina Mustajarvi4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Name: Jemina (first) Mustajärvi (last)
Age: 19 years old
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Purple
Clothing Style: All black. Lose long shirt, neckline is showing little of her shoulders, but hardly shows the chest, sleeves over long, the shirt's hems are torn, longer from the back and shorter from the front. Long lose torn skirt, longer from the back and shorter from the front. Under that jeans with torn from the legs. Purple tennis shoes.
Personality: Silent, shy, introverted, philosopher, hard worker, kind, when angry aggressive, avoids fights and arguments, acts dumb to avoid demands, twisted sense of humor, sense of justice, wild imagination, wants to be liked, hardly gets embarrassed unless it's about intimacy involving her
Hobbies: Sudoku, writing stories, belly dancing, making hand puppets, investigating cemeteries and tombs, playing games.
Likes: Cherries, pears, popsicles, coffee, darkness, searching information about stuff on the net, solitude, brain teasers.
Vacation Spot 1Vacation Spot 14 years ago in Horror More Like This
The sat right next to the bench. Why was he sitting there? Well obviously he wasn't sitting on the bench for Jemina was just sleeping on it, but why was he here? Jemina looked around if she spotted a taxi sign or buss stop -sign. She did spot some sign and went to look at it. It only said the speed limit. Jemina looked down and stared at the road. She glanced at the guy without moving her head. He was still staring at her. Jemina hated to be stared at. Then she remembered Gem, the puppet. She looked at it. She was missing hair. Jemina didn't like that. She didn't want Gem to look bald, so she thought to fix it and remembered her backpack and that she left it at that yard of the burned house. Jemina turned around to look where the road led, but it was too foggy to see too far. She then decided to ask the guy and turned to look at him, but he was gone. That was weird. She didn't hear his footsteps not to mention seeing him leave, and she was surely close enough to hear his footsteps. He