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Hello all! Why are you reading this? You dont really care, I know you dont...lol. If you're still reading this, I love you. No really! I love you!

So you wanna know a little bit more about me? Well lets get on with it then!

Name: (hahahaha! like I'm gonna tell you that)

Alias: Tadariada

Reason behind alias: my dad is a caver- a spelunker if you will- and next to my computer is this poster of all the kinds of bats found in the western USA...so this one day I was being bored and I was like "I need a new alias" because I was 'The Color of Caffenne' for some time, and that's a dumb alias. But I coulndt think of a new alias. So I go to the poster and look at the names of the bats and there was this one called "Tadarida" so I says to myself, "SELF! THat's a cool one!" and I misspelled it when I typed it into the little box on . And so there you have folks. Tadariada is a misspelled fruit bat.

Occupation: wanna-be author and student.

Talents: Singing, drawing, writing (I hope)and I can spit like 8 feet. (I found that out with my friends when we got really bored...)

Fav. Color: I like them all, but I really like...um...blue!

Fav. Food: Thai food. Yummy.

Least Fav. Food: Mexican. Gross

Age: 15

Place of Residence: Ft. Collins, Colorado, baby yeah

Dream Job: A famous author or one of those "it" girls. You know, the ones that the press follow everywhere, but do NOTHING at all. Like... "Tara Macnamara buys eggs at the super market!" yeah... that would be really neato.

Favorite Saying: 'You are only young once, but you can remain immature indefinately.'

Now, I love you all if you read this and I'll love you even more if you go read my stories...and review them nicely.


The Optimist by Celia reviews
The slightly screwy fairy-tale of why one should never try and rescue a princess, unless one is absolutely sure that it's a princess.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: K - English - Humor/Adventure - Chapters: 9 - Words: 68,087 - Reviews: 20 - Favs: 7 - Updated: 5/2/2004 - Published: 8/1/2002