I wanted something light, happy and (very un)inspiring, so I complied a list of random and obscure facts nobody knew about me…that's also completely useless. <em>Completely</em>. <abbr title="Oh My God">OMG</abbr>, I have such wonderful ideas.
<li>The <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Potter" title="External Link: Harry Potter series (books)">Harry Potter Series »</a> is the only non-romantic books I've read and will read. I'd like to say it's because I found HP before I found *my* genre, but it's also the fact that it's well written for it's genre, and, well…it's <em>HP</em> (rant on why HP is HP coming soon…ish).</li>
<li>I sleep with four pillows and two blankets. Year-round. NOT the cause of sweaty mornings in the summer. It's <em>because</em> I don't get a breeze.</li>
<li>I feel like I should be in the 1800's. I don't necessarily think they way women did then, but sometimes I think and act like it.</li>
<li>I can perfect a country<a href="#note-1">¹</a>, "southern bell" and British accent. And sometimes Northern if I try really hard.</li>
<li>I love romance, I love comedy, I love horror/thriller, but nothing gets me going as action movies do. You know, disgustingly buff men who try to talk in an accent they suck at with a absolutely horrible plot. Oh…*drools*</li>
<li>I avoid teenage genres like the plague. Teenage movies, teenage books, teenage <em>anything</em>. I'm still one, but I've never really connected with it. Teenage books are also pure crap (…OK, I can give testament to quite a few good ones). This is also partly the reason I won't read the <em>Twilight</em> series.</li>
<li>My Dog, <a href="http://flickr.com/photos/tesserini/tags/baby/" title="External Link: Baby at my flickr">Baby »</a>, is my best friend.</li>
<li>I have a scar about three to four inches long on my left arm. I've had it since I was a baby, and acquired it by a curling iron.</li>
<li>Out of my two sisters<a href="#note-2">²</a>, I'm the shortest at 5'7" 1/2. However, I'd like to think my bombtastic personality makes me larger than life.</li>
And <em>end</em>. Amazing, huh? 😀 Now, you don't have to tell me what you'll do with that information, but I will ask you to tell me something I don't know about <em>you</em>. I know I'll get -2 responses, but I gave a properly boring ending to a boring entry.
<li id="note-1" class="smallNote">Country as in "obnoxious" country accent. Like, Georgia or Alabama obnoxious.</li>
<li id="note-2" class="smallNote">Jackie (5'10") is older and currently distant, and Hannah (5'8" 1/2) is younger.</li>