"Oh wow. Oh wow. Sorry, infanitely sorry, for my completely ridiculous not answering. Please forgive me!!!
Prayers for Bobby is a movie on Lifetime about a gay kid and his struggle for acceptance and how his family, especially his mother, is dealing…"
- I'm obnoxious, sarcastic, and a Grammar Nazi. Consider yourself warned.
- Although I'm not an anti-fan, I have problems with Twilight. Many problems.
- I love emoticons.
- I'm a reader, so if you've read it, then I probably have as well. :)
- Usually, for me, replies that require no more than two words turn into essays. Lol.
So, hello, this is Sara :)
When Did You First Read Twilight (year) and how many times have you read a Twilight Book (total)?
- In 2006
- I didn't bother counting.
Team Edward or Team Jacob? Why?
Which Character Are You Most Like?
None. I can take a jab at myself every now and then, but that's going a bit far.
IT by King, The Little Prince, Gone With the Wind, the Harry Potter series, Salem's Lot, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, Jane Eyre, To Kill A Mockingbird, Ella Enchanted, Three Cups of Tea, The Stand, Hamlet, Christine, and Wuthering Heights.
What is Your Favorite Music
Just about everything but rap. My music tastes vary quite a bit, but they're not hard to please, and I don't judge. :)
"When we dance, the journey itself is the point" ~ Alan Watts
"No great genius has ever existed without some touch of madness."
Oh wow. Oh wow. Sorry, infanitely sorry, for my completely ridiculous not answering. Please forgive me!!!
Prayers for Bobby is a movie on Lifetime about a gay kid and his struggle for acceptance and how his family, especially his mother, is dealing with it. It's really good.
You need to see the Ringer it is L-O-L!!
All absolutely fabulous movies :D I actually don't really think all of the HPs are really fails, I lik the way the first and second stuck to the book so well. Goblet of Fire was AMAZING!!! The sixth looks so freaking good!!! I can't waaaittt!
I love Disney movies :) The other day they had on Hurcules, Mulan, Tarzan, and... Oh gosh, I forget the other, but they were all some of the best and they were back to back to back to back and I just sat home and watched them the whole day. Great!!!
I can't say I've ever heard of a Walk to Remember, but I will make not of it!
Haaa, I wanted to see Bride Wars. I love Anne Hathaway!
Can't say I've heard of Watership Down either, excuse my ignorance.
Slumdog Millionare!!! I've wanted to to see that so badly!!! It just came out on DVD this weekend, I need to pick it up!
And, continuing with the movies, I've just recently watched Elizabeth -- The Golden Age and Milk. Both of which are terrific.
I'm on Spring Break now, and it's so nice! It's only been three days, but already I've gotten incredibly sunburned and broke my own sleeping record, which really isn't hard to do, but I feel accomplished and revitalized, cause I really needed it!
Do you really think I care how much time it takes you to finish? It's not like you're obligated to make me something, you could have decided to not make anything and I really wouldn't mind at all, you know that. *MSN mad face*
As for the movies, I saw Coraline with my sister a few weeks ago. It was good, but it wasn't in 3D. :(
About a month ago my friends and I had a movie night and we watched Prayers for Bobby, and then another group of friends and I watched The Notebook, both of which I hadn't seen before.
And then I'm a big movie rewatcher. I currently have The Dark Knight and Sweeny Todd in my possession, and lately there's been a lot of good movies on TV, so I watched The Lord of the Rings and The Ringer over the weekend. I feel like threre's more... :/
Wow. I didn't realize how many movies I've been watching lately!! XD Maybe not a lot for some people, but me, it's surprising!
And I don't really go out all that often, so it usually takes me a while to see movies, and I don't see very many within a certian time frame.
And you, my dear? What films have you been enjoying as of late?
Hmm. Sure, I guess so. I don't really think too much of my class rank, it's all Greek to me. Well, not really. But...hmm. It's all numbers! It's all numbers to me. XD
Kind of detoured and read his biography. Kind of, huh? You're amazing, do you know that? :P
Well. On that one day(can't remember which) my set of HP dvds came, so, as you've probably guessed by now, I haven't been doing too much of anything that doesn't involve sitting in front of a screen watching wizard movies.
I'm going to try to finish the last two books before the weekend's out. Fat chance. But I'll still try, dammit!
And I don't have anything particular to ask you now but I really wish you would just talk about whatever comes to your mind because it totally makes my day when I have a nice long response to read from Sara. :)
*forgive all typos, I'm not using firefox at the moment so, alas, no spell check*
Plauge killed... haaa.... XD My computer cut off your whole sentance weirdly, so it just said "Plauge killed" in it's own little paragraph... It gave me a good laugh.
My favorite section within History books is either Ancient Egypt or ancient Greece or Rome. I like history. It's one of my quirks. I could read my textbook for fun.
Other random Love Facts, gotten of the back of my shampoo and conditioner bottles, courtesy of Herbal Essances:
On average, 300 couples get married in Las Vegas each day.
73% of guys by roses on Valentines day. (I'm not sure if that's out of the people who have girlfreinds or wives or whatever, or just in general... o_O)
In London during the 1800s, "Pants" was considered a dirty word.
The gemstone symbolizing eterninty is the dimond.
I forget the rest. XD I love reading the backs of those bottles. They're so fun... Wow, I just realized that I really need to get out more!! History textbooks and shampoo bottles...