Likes/Hobbies: Warmth, Music, Antiques/Fancy things, Nature, Bunnies and small animals, Happy endings (Or at least not tragic. T_T). / Drawing, Reading, Writing, Gaming.
Dislikes/Pet peeves: Coldness, Constant talking, Rushing, Being Alone, Fighting. / I can't think of any peeves.
Strong Points: Loyal, Funny, Entertaining (I've been called that.), Lovable (My friends called me that^^).
Weak Points: Dramatic, Coward, Paranoid, Lazy, Nervous (Around people, even online. Even now...), Horrible short-term memory, An open book, Naive (or easily trusting).
Talents: Writing/Literacy, Computer skills.
Favorite Color and why?: Beige. It's a simple, subtle color. I like calm things because I feel so frantic on the inside.
Favorite Sport: I don't like any sports.
Mature or Immature?: Immature, but I try..
Leader or Follower? Explain why you believe you are that way: Follower because I don't know how to be a leader, and I don't think I have what it takes. If I have a good leader then I don't have any problems.
Some Thoughtful Questions
If you were an alchemist--what would be your specialty and why? I'm really not sure, there's so many things to consider. Probably something simple (like what Ed and Al did with making dolls and toys), because I don't want to tamper with anything dangerous.
You have a friend who digs turning objects into gold. S/he doesn't care about the taboo. Do you tell the authorities, join up with him or her, or congratulate/scold the person but leave them alone? Why?
Mostly leave them alone. I would try to reason with them, but otherwise it's got nothing to do with me..
If you could get rid of your most painful memory, would you? Explain why or why not.
I have such a bad memory I don't think I remember my most painful one. But it's always somewhere back in the subconcious.
I wouldn't, because it might just be one of the things that made me who I am today.
Answer honestly. Could you kill someone? The very first time is the hardest, most say. Could you look down the barrel of a gun--or whatever weapon you have--and pull the proverbial trigger? If the person had done something horrid to you? If that person had killed the best person in your life? Remember that you'll likely go to jail/get in some form of trouble--so think who you might rather go to jail for too or if it's even worth it. I would never and I could never. I would shake, freeze up and run off screaming or something of the sort. It makes me wonder if I take more pride in doing the right thing, or doing something wussy and comical..
Is there anyone you look up to in your life? And I mean in real life, not anime or movies. Real life (where it is rumored that the three-dimensional roam). If so, who is it and why? If not, why not? No. I mostly look up to anime/game characters.. eheh.^^; No one in my life is really my type to idolize, even if I respect them for having nerve or being strong. I idolize things which I relate to, or which I aspire to be, and I love comic relief and more loser-ish traits which are funny but lovable. But usually people don't idolize those kind of things...
Do the ends really justify the means? Don’t look at anime/movies/books/ect—because usually, they do. Think of your own life and the real world around you. Everything happens for a reason the way I see it. I'll just have faith in that. Even the bad things are an experience that make us stronger, more grateful, or change us and the way we think and see things.
Are you pedantic? I'm going to have to look that up.. oh, and yes.
If you didn’t/hadn’t know what that word in the above question meant—did/would you look it up or just wing an answer? I looked it up. I often do that.
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Please remember—these two questions are optional. You don’t have to do them. If you only want to do one, that’s fine—just delete the other one. If you want to do both, fine. If you don’t want to do either, just delete this part. No one is going to judge you based on whether you answer or not.
Let's say you've got an arch-rival that you want to beat more then anything. For some reason or another, this rival and a good friend of yours have been forced to stand before the Gate, you with them. You have a choice. Going through the Gate--you may die, or you may end up in some other world (or so you've heard).....you can either risk going through the Gate yourself, make your enemy go, or make your friend go. Now think carefully here because you're not the one in complete control. If you go, who's to say your enemy won't kill your friend. If your friend goes, who knows what will happen to him or her. If your enemy goes, will the two of you be allowed to the return by whomever sent you to the Gate in the first place? What if you all go through the Gate instead? Or what if you banded together to try and get back to your own world? Would the relationship between you and your arch-rival change? There are a lot of unknown factors so you must think carefully--you don't know that it goes to a world [“our” world—Alfons’ world] that's relatively safe and much like your own, after all. This question is meant to be vague on some details, just as the actual situation might be, where you are forced to make a decision when you don’t know what will happen. What do you do?
I would push my arch-rival in if I had no other choice. But I would rather us all band together to find the way out.
The last question was too difficult for me... @_@
Anything else?: No, but I do prefer male stamps.
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