Book / Romance
Poem / Young Adult
Poem / Poetry
My name is incredibly embarrasing, so I won't even bother writing it down. I have every intention of changing it into something more socially acceptable when I am eighteen. Years of teasing can do that to you.
I hate writing biographies, purely for the fact that they always seem so self absorbed to me. And, to be honest, there's not much going on in my life to write about.
So what can I say?
I'm fourteen going on fifteen. I live in London, the rainiest yet most perfect place in the world. I have amazing friends who are incredible cliches. I have one boy in my life who is a complete asshole, and a day hasn't gone by in which we don't bicker. Seriously. It's like his life's mission is to torture me to death. ENEMIES FOR LIFE!
In school, I am a complete nobody. I'm not unpopular, but I'm not incredibly popular either. In fact, my social life resembles that of an ostracized leper. I love English, R.S, Drama, Biology and Chemistry, but I HATE MATHS! Even so, I'm kind of seen as a geek. To be honest, I don't really care. After a few years, I'll never see these people again (unless a few of them are serving me at McDonald's), so why bother trying to impress them? They really don't matter.
I don't know whether 'love', as in teen, chick flick, love exists. I think it's hard enough to find love when you're an adult, forget about when you're a teenager, and most boys are still in their complete jerk phases before the age of twenty. So that's why I adore teen romance novels- if it can't happen in real life, that's the perfect reason to write about it in books! But, no offence to Twilight fanpires, I hate Twilight! Edward is a psycho stalker who watches his girlfriend sleep, and oh, by the way, wants to eat her! Jacob is relatively normal until the final book (being a werewolf is practically normal in Meyer's books), and in Breaking Dawn, the author decides to turn him into a paedophile. Typical.
One of the things I hate about me is my complete lack of faith. In almost everything and anything. I'm a complete atheist. When I have problems, I believe in solving them using my own resources, not by muttering into air for help. However, I have no problem with theists. If it's what you believe, it's what you believe. I despise fanatics though, who try to convert everyone into their religion. Get a life people! I tend not to trust people easily, and most people who I do trust end up letting me down. I so often feel as though I'm drowning in a sea of my own incompetency. I procrastinate indefinetly, which is probably why I'm up half the night doing my assignments and projects!
One of my friends described me as smart, sarcastic, and an incredibly stubborn person who doesn't know when to give up. Well, one thing I pride myself on (which isn't actually in consequence compared to my many faults), is that I don't take shit from anybody. Some people say I'm a bitch; I take it as knowing how to stand up for myself and my friends.
There are so many things I still have to find out about. We all assume we know everything: how many blue beans make five, how long a rope is and how that perfect kiss will change everything. But sometimes 2+2 doesn't always equal 4.
There's not much going on in my life. My favourite food is ketchup sandwiches, bangers and mash, and flat Diet Coke!! My pet hates are sparkling vampires, oversensitive crybabies, and a certain boy who enjoys humiliating me.
I'd love to find that perfect guy (though my hopes aren't very high), I dream of becoming a doctor, and I'd hate it if the aforementioned boy who enjoys humilitaing me went away. Because in life, you need someone to fight with. Especially when you have no siblings.
I'll stop writing now. Let's face it, my stories are much more interesting than me. And that's a good thing. It's far more fun to make stuff up anyways.
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