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Things Assassin Really Likes
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- Web Original:
- Western Animation:
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- And a Diet Coke: I prefer the taste of Coke Zero.
- Archive Binge: I read all of Sandra and Woo, which at the time had around 300+ strips, in one night.
- My mom and I watched the first season of The Most Popular Girls in School in one night. Perhaps a more minor example because it only took us two hours tops with the short length of each episode, but when we started we were planning to go to bed in around ten minutes...
- Book Dumb: Could've applied for this troper from 3rd-6th grade, but it more than likely was the poor teaching and the lack of interaction.
- Break the Cutie: Apaches was not smart for me to watch as a relatively-innocent ten-year-old, home alone. I stopped it after the one kid drowned in manure, started crying and said out loud "I'm traumatized."
- Does Not Like Spam: Lettuce is so slimy and gross. I love broccoli, though. Why the hate?
- Ear Worm: Happens a lot. Currently it's "Here" by Alessia Cara.
- Genius Book Club: Aversion. Manga reader and proud! (That's not to say I didn't blow through the whole Harry Potter series in two weeks.)
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: I feel like my Speech class is one huge innuendo and the teacher might just be pretending not to notice. I seriously can't think of a G-rated class session we've had.
- Hates Baths: My childhood.
- High School
- Most Writers Are Adults: I wrote my first full-length book when I was twelve, so...aversion? Thank you, NaNoWriMo. Though I think said book sucks now.
- Nerds Love Tough Schoolwork: An aversion. Strongly.
- No Sense of Direction: "The left...no, (Assassin), that's your right, turn...dammit, I'll get it myself."
- Occidental Otaku: Let's not talk about fifth grade. Please.
- Precision F-Strike: A classmate in my Speech class gave a motivational speech on why people shouldn't commit suicide based off his own personal experience. It was really powerful, and even though the teacher said to write down a positive and a negative from each speech, I straight-up said, "I'd feel like an asshole if I tried to put down any negative from that speech." The girl in front of me cracked up as she'd never heard me swear before. Didn't get in trouble for it either.
- The Quiet One: Indeed.