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Myles: Marathoned horror movies and uploaded a bunch of horror makeup pics to Instagram, mainly.wrote:Question: Happy Halloween! What did you do for it last year?
Alison - Hmm, the farthest my family usually goes is Utah, but when I was seven or eight we went to Hawaii on summer vacation.wrote:Question: What is the farthest you have ever traveled away from home, and why?
wrote:[21:51] Zarina: "and then Naft rode Aloha's large purple crab all night long, in a hypothetical future where Aloha is at the age of consent"
[21:51] Zarina: the end
wrote:[19:06] Aloha: Oh jeez one of my ACNL villagers gave me a shirt they were just wearing
[19:06] Aloha: warning me that it was "still warm"
[19:09] Aloha: My other ACNL villager just gave me his toilet w h a t
[19:09] Skraal: "It's still warm"
wrote:[00:15] Zarina: I think we're pretty lighthearted for a bunch of people writing about mass murder
wrote:Kyoko Sakura-chan - Today at 5:01 PM
In Hawaiian, Aloha means "Hello" and "Goodbye," the latter of which is appropriate considering how fast his V6 cast died
Ned: My grandparents, on my dad's side, live in Nashville. Also, I have an uncle and aunt on my mom's side that live in Knoxville. My family and I often visit them during the holidays and over the summer. My grandfather worked as a banker, so I guess my dad learned everything he knows from him. My uncle is a huge country music buff and he dabbles with the guitar. He's not bad, I guess, but I don't listen to country music very often.wrote:Question: Do you have any extended family living nearby? How often do you visit then?
Aleksandra: Does basketball practice count as school? Other than that, um... I guess I spend a lot of time at home.wrote:Question: Where do you usually like to hang out when not in school?
Gaelan: Our entire group visiting Memphis for the weekend. Me, Ariana, Heather, Keisha, we hit the town up and do whatever a bunch of 18-year-olds can do. We can't club, but who said we can't drink?wrote:Question: What's your ideal birthday celebration?
Sierra: Well I would like to get married to some day, especially with someone who really loves me for who I am. Guy or a girl, doesn't matter. As for what it'd be like? I have no clue, but hopefully it isn't like those married couples where we hardly see each other because one works during the day and the other has a night shift job or something and our days off are never in-sync, and maybe once a week we go on a date or have sex just to try and justify our continuing relationship with one another. So, yeah, hopefully nothing like that. Oh, I'm fucking never having kids, did I mention that?wrote:Question: Do you see yourself ever getting married one day? If so, what would your married life be like?
Ned: ~It's the best day ever!~Best day ever!~...Y'know, from Spongebob.wrote:Question: The real world is now a musical, you get a musical number, what song do you sing?
Myles: Blaise d'Aramitz.wrote:Question: What do you think is the biggest mistake you have ever made in your life?
Keisha: Mmm, lemme think for just a bit here. Actually, yeah, I dream like all the time, although it's usually some sort of weird shit. I remember waking up one time thinkin' about how Harriet Tubman was a boss-ass bitch or something, but who knows? Strange shit happens.wrote:Question: How often do you dream, and what do you dream about?
Ned: I can safely say seeing people smile at theater club's performances is a great achievement. Also, I got at least a thousand subscribers on my Youtube account.wrote:Question: What do you believe is your greatest achievement throughout your high school career?
Sierra: A few times. I typically study for tests, but in the times I forget to or when I just put it off I just ask one of my friends who did study to text me the answers. Doesn't always work...wrote:Question: Have you ever cheated on a test? If so, what was your method?
Roxie- To be honest, I think anyone who's even vaguely artsy looks back on their old work and goes "urgh, why did I do that?" It's really part of the creative process. My first attempt at... what was it? I think it was zombie makeup. It was back when I first started really practicing. I still have pics, and you could tell I made a ton of beginner's mistakes. My first few attempts at videos were kinda cringey, too. The good thing is, at least we can look at stuff like that and use it as a good scale of how much I've improved.wrote:Question: What is one thing you were really proud of when you were younger but now are super embarrassed about it?
Tristan: When I was eight or nine, I think. I overheard my parents whispering, saying "I can't believe Tristan still believes in Santa! Only slightly traumatic.wrote:Question: When did you stop believing in Santa?
Camilla: Eh, whatever works. I mostly wear plain shirts and pants though, so... that's it, I guess.SansaSaver wrote:Question: How would you describe your sense of style?