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Hello! This is Artemis524 speaking! Wait, can you hear me? Testing, testing, trolls in a tantrum cause terrible trouble... Ah, that's better.

Tropes that totally = me:

  • Genre Savvy: A bunch of my acquaintances get very, very annoyed with this habit of mine. I keep telling them that I'm trying to avoid death, but do they listen? No!
  • Meganekko: If I ever get a compliment on something I'm wearing, chances are it's my glasses. Or my shirt, because thrift stores have really cool t shirts.
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  • TV Tropes Will Enhance Your Life: Worked for me. Or at the very least, my vocabulary.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Another habit that annoys people. Oh, well.
  • Rule of Fun: My answer to "Why?" is always either "Why Not?" or "Because I felt like it."

Things I like:

  • Writing.
  • Secret societies. Sometimes.
  • Harry Potter.
  • The Avengers. Yeah, I'm a total Loki fangirl.
  • Artemis Fowl. It's where I got my troper tag!
  • Semicolons; they're used far too little.
    • On that note, exclamation points!
      • And punctuation in general. But not slashes; backslashes are better. Don't ask why.
  • Big words. And, by extension, dictionaries.
  • My cat, Cole, and my dog, Sunny.
  • Random generators. So much fun.
  • TV Tropes. Duh. Why would I be a troper if I didn't like TV Tropes?
  • Summer camp. I love you, Camp Tawonga!

Things I don't like:

  • Yes, I have tried all of these things; I'm not just Complaining About Shows You Don't Watch. Or shows that I don't watch.
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  • Twilight. It's horribly written mush - the AIDS of literature.
  • Not knowing how to do things. It's even worse if the instructions are roundabout. (Can anybody tell me how to add an image to this page? I've got one that I want to use, but no idea how to use it!)
  • Tattletales.
  • When Cole walks all over my keyboard.
  • Writer's block.
  • Normal. I tried being normal once. Most boring month of my life.
  • People who don't know the difference between "you're" and "your."
  • Stereotypes.
  • Homophobes.
  • Mary Sue characters.


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