*hysterical sobbing*Read John Green novels, they said.More Like This
Augustus Waters is so funny, they said.
Its just a book it won't make you collapse into a sobbing mess during Algebra, they said.
... But seriously, this is what I get for reading a book about kids with cancer.
Dammit John Green... My teacher thinks I have serious depression now)
so I messed up on the last tag whoopsSince one meme was running rampant within the TC fandom, I assumed that it might've been making its way around other fandoms in dA as well and apparently the meme Nara tagged me with was a different one entirely. Whoops. It took me awhile to get around to this, but now I'm back at my mom's house and I've got time to fill it out.More Like This
Tagged by :iconnaragirl007:
1. How did you learn about dA?
If I remember correctly, I found dA back when I was in sixth grade and still a general n00b to the internet outside of Club Penguin. I spent most of my time on darkspyro, but I also spent a fair amount of time on google images, and obviously, looking at a lot of fanart is going to lead you to dA eventually. Though it took me a year or two after making my account to actually start using this site regularly, since my mom didn't seem to like the site at first??? Anyways it took a bit of convincing but now I'm here and that's all that matters.
2. What does your username have to do wit
The Ultimate Showdown It was the ultimate battle, a test of wit and determination, of strength and courage. It was a test where the stakes were as high as the risks, a game of strategy and intellect, hard enough to challenge even the most seasoned chess players. It could last minutes, hours, but if you took too long it would all be for nothing. Winning meant being as quick on your feet as a skilled soccer player, as confident in your abilities as a brain surgeon, as crafty as a safecracker, as charismatic as a politician, and as knowledgeable as old sage. But losing meant giving up everything. Your dignity, honor, self-respect, and most of all, it meant giving up the prize. And while the fight is hard and long, the prize is worth it all. The prize that brings the winner not only the joy of triumph, but also the sweet taste of success. Such a game has been played for ages, but the prize remains as powerful as draw as it was in centuries past.More Like This