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26 F Australia
speaks English and Japanese
Last login: 17 October 2009
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Profile picture taken by my sister, Kirsten, ever the aspiring photographer.

Favourite Song ATM: Hello Goodbye - Here In Your Arms
Favourite Movie ATM: Little Miss Sunshine


" 'But there is no shop anywhere where one can buy friendship, and so men have no friends anymore.' " - Antoine de Saint Exupery, The Little Prince


Name: Nia McCallaghan
Age: 16 (Kupika lies)
Birthday: 22 August
Ethnicity: My dad's Irish, but
my mum's Asian. Irish-Asian?

My name is Nia, and I do not trust dishwashers. So, I wash all the dishes in the sink before I put them in the machine. My mum thinks I'm loony, but secretly she's extremely grateful that her dishes don't come out with bits of tomato sauce still on them from last night's spaghetti.

I am bizarre. I'm totally aware of this. I am in love, no, in love with Harry Potter, Spongebob, storms, reading. My four favourite things in the world (I could have added Adam Patty to that list, but I'm just not that fond of him). Soy beans, pizza, obnoxiously large rings, Emma Watson, sweatpants, umbrellas, air-conditioning, Sims, English accents, rain boots... I'm a fan.

I'm sarcastic. Sometimes I'm too sarcastic, but that's cool. I guess it's sort of hard to pick up over the internet, so just know that half the time, I will be using sarcasm. I'll try to put emphasis on it for the slow ones, like Ivan... just as a totally random example. My sarcasm would probably be a lot more effective if I didn't almost always giggle after using it. I used to be so good at keeping a straight face, but then apparently I got really happy and started to laugh all the time. What the hell. D:

I'm a real laid back person. I really don't stress out much, probably because my priorities are crazy mixed up. My emotions are extreme; I'm either really happy, or extremely upset. Apparently there's no medium, which is a little annoying. I hate feeling sad, but luckily I am easily cheered up. It doesn't take much to make me laugh, and once you get a chuckle out of me, I switch right back to happy.

Whuddamuh doin' right now? Looking at Pokemon cards. AHAH.

They're my brother's, I swear.


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