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To live as much as I can. I'm 18, so right now that includes a creative education, travelling and doing things I haven't ever tried before.
I'm waiting for life to slow down a bit right now. I'm usually the sort of person who, when she actually wants to do something, does it fully. I'm also rash, impulsive, hot- headed. But I hear from my room-mates over two years that I'm easy to live with. I've never traveled, and I have an exaggerated idea of what it might be like because of the many, many books that I have my nose buried in constantly. Now, I guess, its time for me to find out.
After doing two years of Philosophy, I'm too scared to have one because I just know I'll end up over-analyzing it.
Generally keeping an open mind seems to be working just fine for now. I'll probably change that soon, or maybe add to it, but that's about the extent of it for now.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
None yet, but hope to have a lot by the time I'm done with college, with both hosting (as soon as I possibly can) and surfing.
Depends. I'm up for books, always. Museums I can take depend on what they are. Wildlife, and I'm always game. I write, and hope to become a writer. I'm into strange things at strange time. I can very clearly remember a time when I was almost obsessed with Gothic Architecture, which then gave way to a fascination with cosplay Manga, and is now currently stuck somewhere between learning how to drive, Angelology and actually doing Math for a change (after a year of no math, I sorely miss it). I love places with culture, and so most times I wander up and down the streets of where-ever I'm in; cities are better, but I'm pretty great with anything from the Vertebrate kingdom. Or anything that has them.
Huge ramble, I know, but hey, that's sort of an interest too. Rambling.
Music, Movies, and Books
Quentin Tarantino, anything remotely Sci-fi, Satyajit Ray, anything vaguely aesthetically pleasing (crappy plot but I'll watch it if its pretty. ^_^. After a sort of film/city aesthetics seminar, I've sensed burgeoning interest in aesthetics, which I think is good), Pixar (yes, they are wonderful), John Hughes (the brat pack rules), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (sexist, definitely, but for some reason, I love it. The part of me that's a feminist is cringing right now.)
Books- anything. No, really, anything.