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Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to thank the Academy.
Yeah, I know, it's a long shot, but a girl can dream, right?
Well, since you've taken the time away from your busy day to come and visit my profile page, I have a duty to make it interesting. Umm...you may want to stop reading NOW, since I am possibly the most boring person on the planet. And all other planets, too.
Jeez Louise, I really am taking many stabs at myself today, aren't I?
...Okay, I'll stop with the ADD-ness now.
So, my name is MoonWalker28 (not in real life, though...what parents in their right minds would name their child that?), and obviously, I love to write. Writing, writing, writing is my life. I've been reading stories on FictionPress for God knows how long, and I've finally taken it upon myself to begin posting some of my own works. I'm kidding myself if I say that my stories are great, but they are worth reading. Actually, in my opinion, any story that someone has worked hard on is worth reading.
Some things about me: I absolutely ABHOR people who backstab their friends. I love children with a passion. I also hate it when people refer to the little ones as "kids". Come on, guys, a "kid" is a baby goat. Harry Potter is my life and my after-life. Sad, I know. I wish upon a shooting star that I will someday wake up and be able to draw, but that has not yet happened. I'm OCD - no, seriously, when I knock on a door, I have to do it exactly eight times, and when I lock a car door, I must press the button eight times. Why eight? I have no idea. I love listening to music that no one's ever heard of before, but I also hate people who look down on mainstream music because they think they're all high and mighty. Roses are my favorite flower (so I love cliches...don't take it against me), and I would absolutely and unconditionally fall in love with a boy who would sing "Stranger" by Secondhand Serenade to me.
All right, that's enough about me. Clearly, I love talking about myself.
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