Studying for classes you are not interested in is one of the most horrible things in a young collegiate life, and I can't wait to graduate in a month and never have to do it again!
I mean, I really do like learning. I can't wait to get started on my thesis, because editing the footage I have been receiving from my interview subjects is a type of school work I can really get behind. It's going to be fun for me to watch people talking about about something both they and myself are passionate about, and then find ways to mold and sculpt that footage into an interesting and (hopefully) moving documentary.
Studying the rise of early French cinema, on the other hand, is neither fun nor is it moving, and I'm going to keep complaining about it until after my midterm is over tomorrow.
In a sad attempt to pretend that my test is not in fact tomorrow, and that I don't have 30+ vocab words to learn, I am going to answer some more questions! Because anything is better than googling "Napoléon vu par Abel Gance (1927)". Seriously. That's the next term on my list. I took JAPANESE. What is this garbage?
Do you still like Draco and Ginny together and have you ever liked Harry and Hermione together?
I'll admit it; in my life, before there was wizard rock, I was very, very into fanfiction. And my favorite pairing was Draco/Ginny. WHAT. Before you judge me, just think about it. After reading probably 100+ D/G-centric works of fanfic, I can tell you that there are so many ways these characters can get together in a plausible, exciting fashion. And I liked redeemed!Draco and evil!Ginny quite equally. Also, this was the first thing I ever took part in where I made close internet/fandom friends (on the site www.Portkey.org). That being said, I was friends with people who liked Harry/Hermione (because Ginny with Draco leaves Harry wanting for a girlfriend) but never really bought into the pairing myself.
What ever happened to your Draco Malfoy Series (I think it was like DLA)?
Yes, that's what we called it. xD We... stopped working on it. But we wrote tons and tons and tons of little scenes and I love to go back and read them, because it was a fun project, and I know WAY more about the Slytherin students of Hogwarts than any one person should know.
You have a very strange dimple in your chin, were you aware of this?
I like my chin dimple. I got it from my mom. She has the exact same one.
Aren't you a little old for emoticons?
Are you kidding me? I wasn't aware emoticons were lumped up there with training wheels and popsicles. Hell, I still love popsicles too.
This is in regard to Avatar: The Last Airbender. I think Earth Bending would be the most useful/powerful (I mean seriously, having power over the Earth itself?), but I myself think I would most enjoy Water Bending. It just looks so graceful and can be used for so many purposes other than fighting. Air Bending is nice too, especially Aang's little air ball he rides around on, but obviously (as they've touched on in the show numerous times) Fire Bending seems more like a curse than a gift.
What did it feel like getting your tattoo?
Everyone I talked to scared me into thinking it would hurt so much that I was scared silly. When I actually got it, it didn't hurt nearly as badly as I anticipated. It wasn't fun by any stretch of the word, or very pleasant, but it was bearable. Also, my tattoo is really little so it only took about two minutes. :)
You know those pens they sell that require a battery and they vibrate when you write with them? Imagine a little tiny needle being in the tip of it, and that's what it felt like to me.
Last google search: "The Assassination of the Duke of Guise (1908)"
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