DID YOU KNOW:
The Little Mermaid was written as a love letter by Hans Christian Anderson to Edvard Collin. Anderson, upon hearing of Collin’s engagement to a young woman, proclaimed his love to him. He told him ”I long for you as though you were a beautiful Calabrian girl.” Edvard Collin turned Anderson down, disgusted. Anderson then wrote The Little Mermaid to symbolize his inability to have Collin just as a mermaid cannot be with a human. He sent it to Collin in 1936 and it goes down in history as one of the most profound love letters ever written.
Most scholars and psychoanalysts concluded that Anderson was bisexual; however, he never acted upon his homosexual drives.
The Little Mermaid, as it was originally written, did not have a happy ending.
E - How many holes I have in my ears.
One in each, but I let them grow over. When I was getting them pierced, my sister promised it wouldn’t hurt at all. Turns out it not only did, but also kept hurting for weeks - the kind of pain you get when you have a toothache, only closer to your brain. I re-pierce them from time to time when I feel like wearing earrings, but that rarely happens.
V - 3 big dreams.
Live in the countryside - with a forest and meadows nearby, a lot of them. I want to be able to take morning walks around the forest, and I want to cycle EVERYWHERE, and see birds and small animals, and have my own vegetable garden… shit, I know I also want a career and all, but when I think about that place, Imy chest hurts. I want to live in a beautiful, quite, green, place SO BAD.
Become a character designer for a video game company. 3D artist works too!
Those are the two main ones, the rest is either smaler or doesn’t depend on me.
A - If I’m in love.
s…ame… for the jealousy thing but usually it’s over people for me? it actually is really awful so i feel you bro :C
And it makes me feel double bad, because I know I’m being terrible and shoudl rather WORK HARDER than get pissy at people
but at leats I’m aware of it, and always tell myself to get off my high horse :I
S - 2 habits.
1. I tend to run down the stairs very loudly and sort of prancing, which anoys my parents to no end.
2. I keep twirling my hair, biting itbraiding it - I can’t leave it alone unless it’s tied up, all of it. If there’s as much as a strand loose, i won’t be able t leave it alone. I can’t concentrate unless it’s all out of the way; it’s one of the main reasons why i’ve been dreaming about shaving it all for years. It’s also one of the reasons it looks terrible.
I - The last time I felt jealous, and why.
Propably over someone being better at me at 3D/drawing/painting/or receiving more attention than me. I’m actually… a terribly jealous person…….
T - 5 things I love unconditionally.
Oh man, I can’t come up with more! There’s ALWAYS conditions!
D - If I have a preference for boys or girls.
God help me, I have NO IDEA WHAT MY SEXUALITY IS
I like both! I’m more interested in particular people than sex and/or gender.
O - If I like my school.
Yes! I know how damn lucky I am to go there. I sometimes worry that we don’t do enough - when I look at reels and portfolios and assignments of students in other countires, it really looks like we’re slacking off compared to them. But then, I know our graduates are always hired quickly; I like most of my professors, and the ones I don’t like are from the Fine Arts Academy, anyway.
N - If you want to know how I treat my friends.
I like to think I treat them well. I try to always be there for them when they’re in trouble, and like doing nice things for them jus tfor the hell of it. On the other hand, if we don’t go to the same school, expect to see much less of me, unless you go out of your way to get my ass out of my chair.
U - How many texts I send daily.
Cell phone texts? NONE. I haven’t used my damn phone in three months. I actually terminated my number two weeks ago, I’ll get a pre-paid.
T - 5 things I love unconditionally.
Dang, I don’t think there’s anythign I can love unconditionally. But I’ll try.
1. Don Rosa’s Disney comics
2. Winged eyeliners
4. Science! Which I wish I knew a damn about, but still - I respect it, and people who go into the field, a whole lot.
5. Stanisław Lem’s science-fiction books.