Hey! I'm a thirteen-year-old girl living in Singapore. I like
singing, writing (stories, fanfictions, random sketches), anime,
reading books, talking with friends and playing the piano. And, um,
yes, I'm an introvert (got introverted 100 on the Jung Typology Test).
But I do talk, so don't worry. My favourite subject at school is
History, but it's not my best subject (English is). I'm hoping to be a
Okay, and - ahem, since everyone seems to have this somewhere - yes,
I'm single, but I'm not looking for a boyfriend right now because,
really, I have enough trouble getting a GPA 3.6 in, say, Literature.
Dress sense? Umm...yeah, it's mostly black, white, grey and red (one
jacket only), very few colours there and even fewer bright ones. It's
not exactly that I don't like colour. It's more of too much colour
making me look weird.
I'm not an outdoor person, or generally a very outgoing person
(introverted, remember?) so even though I do have really good friends
we generally just see each other at school and communicate via
e-mails, etc. I know it doesn't sound flattering, but it seems to
work... For us, at least.
People say I'm weird and I don't think I should try to deny it,
because it's true. But anyway, I don't really tend to get along too
well with people who are what we call the 'norm'. I don't actively
rebel against trends, but the person I am means that I usually don't
agree with them. For instance, if the trend is carrying a book
wherever you go, I wouldn't argue with it. I'd just go on doing
whatever I usually do, trend or no trend. I guess that's what makes me
seem weird. Oh, by the way, I really do carry a book wherever I go.
Yeah, and you know co-curricular activities, don't you? I'm in the
choir, Alto I. I wanted to join the orchestra, but decided against it
because I don't play the violin very well anyway.
Umm.... and yes, I'm an atheist. You're free to follow your own
religion, though, because everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I
absolutely won't hold it against you if you're a Christian or a
Buddhist or a Muslim, so I hope you won't see my reluctance to believe
in a higher power as an obstacle to a possible friendship.
Right, now I think I'm rambling. Which means I should stop. Thanks for
P.s. And yes, I know I am definitely a girl because I am in *Alto I*.
That's the *female* low voice. And I can't sing a tenor. I don't even
sing my own part very well. I'm more of a Soprano II really.
Ooh yes, a quote:
"Truth is nothing. Perception is everything."