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Well I have been on here since November 2011. There's not much else to talk about. I guess I can list some of my hobbies. I like to draw, read, listen to music, and run. I'm a junior and high school starting this August. It's easy to talk to me since I'm a pretty open person. I'm always interested in making new friends too. My favorite color would have to be blue (in case anyone wanted to know). If there is anything else that needs to be known (or if you are really curious for no reason) then message me. I'll answer whatever it is.
Now let the stupid content come: Worst excuse for not turning in homework: "I couldn't find anyone to copy it from."
If you can stay calm when all around you is complete chaos, you probably haven't fully understood the situation.
I've learned from my mistakes, and I'm sure I could repeat them exactly.
Where there's a will...I want to be in it.
When I was born, I was so shocked that I didn't talk for a year and a half.
AlphaHikari_1A14 joined on Nov 19th, 2011, since that has made 515 posts that are still accessible today, 13 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, AlphaHikari_1A14 has given 926 upvotes, and was last online on Jun 3rd, 2013.
I was in Puerto Rico on vacation when this happened to me. That whole week had started off bad for me. The night before my family left home, I had a nightmare. It was something about the plane we were taking having a horrible accident. I didn't tell my parents about it because I didn't want to seem like a wimp; it wasn't the first time I flew on a plane anyway.
We take the flight and everything goes as planned. It lands, everyone is safe, pick up the rental car, and do some vacation stuff while driving to the hotel. Daytime was no problem for me because nothing happened. My problems started at night. I had nightmares every night of that week. They weren't normal ones either because whatever happened to me in the dreams, I felt when I woke up. I felt pain, fatigue, and depression. All from nightmares that made no sense.
In the middle of the week long stay, I saw something I've never seen before in my life. At this moment, I'm still not even sure I saw it. It was maybe Wednesday or Thursday night when I woke up for no reason. The room was pitch black, my parents and nephew were asleep and my sister and brother-in-law were probably asleep next door as well. I laid there and had the bright idea to look towards the foot of my bed. Five feet from my bed was this black mass. It was blacker than the room, and human shaped. I couldn't tell if it was male or female because the thing was covered completely by a robe. It sorta looked like a monk's robe to me.
It was just standing there staring at me but when I looked at it, the thing turned and walked into the closet to the left side of the room. It went in and just disappeared. I laid there and looked at the closet for a few more seconds before turning so it was behind me, and going back to sleep. I didn't freak out about the incident until that morning.
Months later, I was home alone because my parents had went for their daily walk. My dad was having health problems recently and claimed that something had caused him to fall in the bathroom. I just thought it was his imagination. But that was days ago and nothing had happened since, so I felt that it was safe to be home by myself. Every door was locked and all windows were closed. No one was getting in without me knowing. But, then there was this loud bang outside of my bedroom door. It came from the bathroom next to my room. My first thought was, "Fuck that. I'm not going out there to check. Whatever that was is going to have to break down my door to get me."
My parents came home some time later. I had been locked in my room the whole time since I heard that noise and checked when they came in the house. Somehow the bathroom door had slammed into the wall and left a dent. How it managed to do that is still unknown to me. I go into the kitchen to talk to my parents and then there is another loud bang. It came from the bathroom again. My mother just asked me what I had done. I was standing in front of her the whole time; what could I have done?! Turns out, the cabinet in there had fallen over. The thing was screwed into the wall. It shouldn't have been able to do that.
Since then, things have calmed down at home. Every once in a while I'll hear thumps and walking noises while I'm alone with the occasional louder noises, but I pay them no mind.
This didn't actually happen to me, but to my cousin when I watched him play Halo. He had just logged in online and joined a team with one of his classmates, said a few choice words, and was ready to start. Then he took one step forward and was crushed by a care package. The thing just fell from the sky on him. His character didn't even have a chance to bounce from impact; it was just crushed.
Lol that is why I rarely ever text my parents. A long call is all they need.
A male version of me, hm? I don't think I could fall in love or be in any way romantically inclined to someone that much like me. I love myself for sure, but there isn't enough room in my personal life for two of me. We just wouldn't get along in that way.
My parents won't let me stay home even when I'm truly sick. I just take a pain reliever or whatever medicine I have on hand and leave.
I usually draw some anime characters or play solitaire when my class has laptops out. Those times are rare since we always have work or information to look up.
I have school so I can't be completely nocturnal. On school days I go to sleep at around 11 pm-12 am just to wake up at 5 am. On Saturdays I sleep throughout the day and stay up all night. On Sundays I go to church and go to bed at maybe 10 pm. So no, I'm not completely nocturnal until the summer when I don't have school.
I look for one anime to watch, then see a different title and watch that instead. I never watch what I intend to in the beginning.
Really sorry to hear that about your mom. I hope she gets well soon, and your sister gets stronger too.
I knew the kid was going to die when he made that robot short-circuit in the rain. Poor kid, and all he wanted was for his parents to stop fighting.