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So basically, Projekt Revolution was the most amazing thing. ever.

Music that I like:
-Green Day
-My Chemical Romance
-Modest Mouse
-Iron Maiden
-Jack's Mannequin
-The Misfits
-Red Hot Chili Peppers
-Linkin Park
-Smashing Pumpkins
-Stone Roses
-Rolling Stones
-David Bowie
-Pink Floyd
-Dresden Dolls (they're from Boston, which is where I live, and they are amazing, everyone here should check them out!)
-The Smiths
-Madina Lake
-Taking Back Sunday
-Bob Dylan
-Circa Survive
-Alkaline Trio
-Led Zeppelin
-Neil Young
-This list will never end until I put an end to it myself yaa i love music, ( I'm sure many of you here feel the same way) and to be honest almost any type of music, these are just some of my favs. BTW these are not by any means in order of preference. I can never choose a favorite band! I like different things about them. Its kinda like trying to choose a favorite book, it never works

Well besides that, I'm a figure skater and compete nationally. It's totally the best feeling ever! Everyone works so hard to get there, and when youre out on the ice all decked out in make up so heavy it could double as a mask, and a tiny little custom made skating dress, all of that dissapears and all you see is the huge crowd, flashing lights, and knowing your family and friends are in that see of seats and people somewhere, you just don't quite know where. Pretty soon your music comes on, and your brain goes into skating mode. You land every jump and do every spin, nail all the footwork, and when you're stepping off the ice its as if those two minutes of your life never existed, and at the same time are the most exhilirating two minutes of your life. The last thing you remember is stepping out onto the ice and feeling as if the whole world can see you except yourself (if anyone gets what I mean). Anyway, this could go on forever too, but I just love the feeling of working so hard for something and then having everything come together nicely like that. I wouldn't trade it for anything!
I'm also half Japanese (my mom's japanese) and spent 7 years living in Tokyo going to the American School In Japan (ASIJ). Although, for the first two years of my life i lived in San Francisco, and can safely say that I am a California girl as opposed to a New York girl. I absolutely love the vibe in California. I love going to all the bizarre little designer shops with exotic names that no one has ever heard of, full of one-of-a-kind mix and match stuff. California is possibly the most diverse place I have ever been to. On the other hand, Tokyo feels to me almost like a cartoon. Not in the sense that everybody is a clone of everyone else, which is far from the truth. But when I go to Japan, I can wake up at four in the morning from jetlag, and walk around the streets feeling completely at home. In Tokyo, quite literally there is a convenience store every 300 yards or so. There are beer vending machines open to the public because no one there is out of hand enough to get wasted and drunk. Again, and pehaps on this topic more than any other, i could write an entire book as long as the encyclopedia, but its getting late and I'm falling asleep into my keyboard, so I'll stop now.
SO thats a little bit about me. Very Happy
I hope I didn't bore anyone to death, and if I did, I will take the blame at your funeral.

Regret is absolutely my worst enemy ever. I'm not saying don't do things because you think you'll regret them, just do them and don't regret it! If you do regret it, i promise you that you will regret regretting it and the situation worsens. (idk how to spell that) If that made any sense to anyone at all, i promise, its true.

These are some of my favorite quotes:

"You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm"

"If you are not afraid to look back, nothing you are facing can frighten you"
-James Baldwin

"We are what we think. All that we are arises from our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make our world"

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm"
-R. W. Emerson

"The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause, while the mark of the mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one"
-The Catcher in the Rye

"Be the change that you wish to see in the world"
-Mahatma Ghandi

Oh, and this goes out to everyone: SMILE! its very important! People always look best when they smile. honestly
and don't be afraid to express yourself fully. I'm sure you all love The Black Parade. I see this album as completely fearless self-expression. That's awesome! There will be people out there trying ruin your self confidence and destroy you by making you feel like you're "weird" or "different" but if you stay strong and keep on expressing yourself more than ever, they will be the ones on the losing team, and you will win! I promise. (wow im making lots of promises here)
striving for the happiness of others will only increase your own happiness and good carma, (haha i love carma) so everyone, if there is something helpful you can do for your friend or the community or anyone, please just pick up that one little piece of trash, or carry your friend's binder when they break their leg. If everyone did one good thing everyday, think of what kind of an impact that can have on the world!
if you have true friends, you will succeed in life.

Word on the street is I've lost it.

^^true story

-I love nailpolish
-almost as much as i love wandering around Tokyo at 3 in the morning (jetlag) i love Tokyo
- i love colors
-but red is my favorite <3
-my friend connor is an amazing dancer
-i love my friend nassin (shitthatwascyanide) we make up words and i am her " social life advisor" yes be jealous i help her with her conversation skills (see her profile) hahaha i love her
-and my friend Avka aka Ava cuz she has magic blue leggings (no joke they're magic) (and because she is just amazing)
-if i tried to write about all my friends and our good times my fingers would fall off, really
-I love my slippers <3
-I love big cities to no end
-I love hugs <3
-I smile alot Very Happy
-I'm a good writer.
-French rocks, you should take it
-Everyone here seems to be absolutely obsessed with the book Catcher in the Rye, can someone explane this to me? I first picked up that book from my town library when I was in 6th grade, simply because it was banned from my school library. (but only for a while, as I recently found out. It was later brought back) I've been kinda hooked on it ever since.
-I always burn my tongue when I drink hot chocolate, but never on coffee (i love coffee Razz)
-my iPod is my best friend, i swear
-my theory is that soon apple will come out with color iPod video
-SAGGITARIAUS (is that how its spelled?)
-I used to take piano lessons when i was little. not anymore, but i do play alot.
-I named one of my piano's (Eponine, gorgeous)
-I absolutely cannot sleep without music
-I <3 dance
-I'm really SUPERSTITIOUS (mostly about weird things)
-I have synesthesia
-and aichmaphobia
-if you want to know anything just message me. i won't bite, and chances are that i will answer you

Bands (that i like) that I've seen:
- The Black Parade/My Chemical Romance w/ Circa Survive (only once)
-CSNY (only once)
-Panic! at the Disco (only once)
-Jack's Mannequin (only once)
-Plain White T's (only once)
-Rolling Stones ( for the first time when I was 2 yrs, what was my dad thinking)
-Black Eyed Peas (warm-up band)
-Allman Brothers Band (w/my dad, he likes them)
-Ranconteurs (warm-up band)
-Bob Dylan (absolutely amazing poet)
-Neil Young (can't even describe this guy, kinda creepy, but incredible)

Yes I know, my profile sucks. But really, how can you describe yourself through a profile that's only a list of music that exists of your iPod and a bunch of random facts? If anyone comes up with an answer/solution, please make sure you let me know. >_<


  • shitthatwascyanide

    PR WAS RAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    how are ya emma?

    shitthatwascyanide, August 27th, 2007 at 09:58:42pm

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