I'm a bit two-sided: sometimes I can be amiable, sometimes not. It all depends on my mood. I have these "emo-mode" hours when I seclude myself in peaceful solitude. I guess people need that from time to time.I'm a worshiper of the Horror genre, thriller too if there's another. I live for the thrill and my opinion on a book depends on how it has mentally and psychologically affected me. I'm trying to read the whole Horror literature canon. The best book I've read is House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski, but I like Stephen King as well. At other times, I read stuff that are reputed for their sublimity. JD Salingher's The Catcher in the Rye is my favorite from this kind of books. I sometimes read the classics such as Shakespeare and Dante Alighieri. I even plan to study Italian if not for schoolwork and innate laziness - maybe in summer. I'm a big music fan: my addiction to horror is as strong as to Rock and Metal music. Basically, they're kind of interralated, if you consider rock and metal lore, and how these two genres sound. I can manage to listen to Pop and Rn'B but anything beyond that, I doubt it. I'm not a faggot, but yeah I don't like Spongebob theme songs, and cheesy boy band heartbreak songs. What I hate most of all is rap; boy, don't get me started with rap.I like writing as well. During emo-mode, I just open up the computer and conjure something to pass the time. I'm a big contributor to the amateur fiction population of the interwebs. I'm a premiere resident of the internet even. I'm surprised right now why I don't use net lingo such as LULZ, LMAO, OWNAGE, RAAAGEEEE and :)) - I use these things in my blog entries often; perhaps it's emo-time again. lulz. Anyways, I'm pretty much friendly, and I'd like to meet you all. Woot!
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