Some positive adjectives/traits Intelligent, loyal, diplomatic, open minded, creative, compassionate
And the negative: lazy, socially inept, apathetic, cynical, sarcastic, occasionally judgemental
Description of your personality [Feel free to include personality test results] I’m a dreamer, but I’m very lazy, so I spend a lot of time daydreaming about all the incredible things there are to see in the world but lack the motivation to actually go out and do it. I have no ambition – my idea of career fulfilment is to own my own second-hand bookstore. I’m more creative than logical, I spend most of my time reading, writing or sketching, when I’m not geeking out on my ps3, reading comics or getting obsessed with some tv show (oh hai csi!). I like to be alone a lot, but am very close to my family and my two best friends in the world, who are honorary members of the clan, and I’d do anything for them. I’m very cynical and have a pretty dark sense of humour.
Likes [hobbies, fandoms and general]: Books! Movies, video games, lazy days, late nights, rain, tattoos, piercings, Japanese food, cartoons, being warm, tea, my friends and family, rugby, patriotism, (Fandoms) Criminal Minds, CSI NY, Final Fantasy VII, Harry Potter, Avatar: The Last Airbender
Dislikes: cold feet, early mornings, tea without sugar, ignorance, organised religion, blue biro pens, large groups of people, public speaking, bullying
Talents: I like to write, I guess I’m pretty artistic. I can usually learn anything I put my mind to, when I’m not being lazy. Uh, I can carry a tune?
Favourites [and why?]
Colour: Black’s a constant, other than that, right now I’m into bright colours. Blues, oranges, reds.
Place: My bed! New York. My Gran’s garden down in Wales.
Song/Book/Movie [Answer as many as you wish of the three]: My music taste runs more towards rock and metal, though right now I’m listening to a lot of Tori Amos and Crowded House.
Books… I read so many, recent favourites are Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks, Only Forward by Michael Marshall Smith, The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath.
Movies… Pirates of the Carribean, Iron Man, Interview with the Vampire, Howl’s Moving Castle, 28 Days Later, Beauty and the Beast, Battle Royale… dude I could go on and on.
Quote: ‘There is a charge for the eyeing of my scars. There is a charge for the hearing of my heart. It really goes.’ – Sylvia Plath. There’s a poetry to people’s scars, their hurts and pains. It costs you to look and it costs you to show.
This or That
Mature or Immature: Mostly mature, there’s a great liberation in occasional childishness though.
Leader or Follower: I’m too shy to be much of a leader, but I’m more than happy to submit my opinion.
Outgoing or Shy: Shy.
Impulsive or Cautious: Cautious.
Social or Anti-Social: Anti-social.
Calm or Energetic: Calm. Or, em, lazy ^_^
Justice or Compassion: Justice.
Fun or Serious Serious, I guess.
If you could choose a CSI:NY character to be your best friend, who would it be and why?: Adam, we’d be like peas in a pod – geeky and awkward. I would love to go drinking with Flack, I imagine he’s entertaining.
Is there a character you don't really relate to at all/think is very unlike you? Explain why... Hmm. I love all the NY guys, but I guess I’m least like Stella. She’s brave and passionate and probably pretty intimidating in real life. So pretty much my polar opposite!
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