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Born 1993. Full-time college student. Metal and horror fanatic. Animal lover. Aspie. Aspiring writer and graphic designer. Can usually be found on the Complete Monster thread. More about me in my ramblings below.

Read my writings here!

Tropes applicable to me:

  • The '90s: The decade I was born in, and honestly, wish I could have been more conscious to live in.
  • Ambiguously Bi: To the point where even I don't know if I am or not! I personally prefer women, but I've found attractive qualities in guys, too, and sometimes jokingly (?) hit on them. Whatever I am, I am most certainly not 100% heterosexual.
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  • Ambiguous Disorder: I've been diagnosed with Asperger's, ADHD, and anxiety, but I have more than a few traits of depression, although it tends to tie in with my anxiety a lot.
  • The Anti-Nihilist: Cynicism sucks. Despite my lifestyle and my interests, I realize that it's nothing to glorify, even if it's the only worldview that makes sense to me. And even then, instead of sitting around moping about how worthless everything is, I choose to actually do something about it. Worth is not objective, and that, to me, is beautiful.
  • Barbarian Longhair: Been growing it ... four, five, years now? And I love it. Still get the occasional trim, though. And to some, I'm a Long-Haired Pretty Boy.
  • Berserk Button: Where should I start? May as well make a separate page for buttons you don't want to press.
    • Domestic abusers.
    • Rapists. Bonus points if they're murderers.
    • Catfish.
    • Suggesting I cut my hair. I'm proud of having grown my hair to the length it is now, and I have little patience for anyone who says I should get rid of it. Seriously, don't fucking say that. Trims are okay, though.
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    • Any kind of emotional abuse. You know what, I may as well say that I despise abusers of all sorts. Because I do. Maybe because I grew up with one.
    • Animal cruelty.
    • As of late, small talk. It's okay when just starting out conversations, but I'm really growing tired of being around people who can't or won't bother to engage in any interesting subjects with me.
    • Using autism as an insult. Really shows me what kind of person you are if you think that it's okay to use my diagnosis to demean somebody.
  • Black Comedy: You may be better off not knowing some of the things I joke about.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: While I don't believe in any objective right or wrong, I've got some bizarre takes on what I should and shouldn't do to help others out, especially when it's anxiety-induced. Even I don't understand it at times.
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  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Brilliant? Probably not, but I have a lot of creativity in my head that unfortunately — more often than not — fails to come into fruition, or is stalled because I tend to procrastinate.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Among, ahem, other things, I frequent strip clubs, but I acknowledge women as human beings and respect their autonomy.
  • Collector of the Strange: I've got a bone necklace, occult books, the legendary Broken movie ...
  • Creepy Monotone: Sometimes deliberately, sometimes not.
  • The Cynic: My outlook on humanity is not very positive, but I am slowly getting better in some respects.
  • Daddy Issues: He's a narcissistic, borderline Psychopathic Manchild with a slight misogynistic streak who terrified me with his alcohol-induced mood swings in my childhood, and his unpredictability in my teens. I haven't seen or spoken to him in a long time, and I probably shot down any chance of allowing him to make it up to me. Good riddance.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: I dress in black frequently and love all sorts of dark, scary, and disturbing shit, but I'm not a bad person, per se.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Often. Oh, what, you want me to be more specific?
  • Determinator: Depending on the circumstances, I can be quite resourceful in finding loopholes around my problems.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: I'll be the first person to admit that I've had a rather difficult past, but I don't like anyone feeling sorry for me. I mean, I appreciate any words of kindness, of course. It's just that what's happened has happened, and I don't wish to be considered fragile. Also, the same goes for my having Asperger's. I have no shame in that fact, and for others to try and show pity for me just shows me they miss the point whenever I talk about it.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Well, not really all living things (see The Cynic). But I can't even crush a spider without feeling guilty for it.
  • Hellbent For Leather: I love my leather jacket.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Actually, not so much on the "jerk" end. Nowadays, I really try my best to be a genuinely nice person, but as you can see, I have a slight temper, and I can come off as a little distant or standoffish, but that doesn't mean that I'm a pure asshole who doesn't care about anyone.
  • Large Ham: When I'm not The Quiet One.
  • Manchild: The things I laugh at can range from the most crude, juvenile sex joke to the blackest of pitch black comedy.note  I'm also occasionally prone to temper tantrums and freaking out when bad things happen in my life, even when they're really not that big of a deal. I'm okay with the former, but as for the latter, I'm making an effort to work on self-restraint.
  • Metalhead: I hate being labelled as such, but I have "the look", and listen to plenty metal on a near-daily basis.
  • Nervous Wreck: Jesus fucking christ, am I ever.
  • Never Live It Down: I'm a fuckup. I know it, I hate it, and I have difficulty ever forgiving myself for some of the shitty things I've done to people. But I'm trying my hardest to change and to do good.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Maybe we shouldn't get into that. Not because I don't want to make you uncomfortable, dear troper, but because it's much better to keep you guessing.
  • Not So Stoic: I put on a cold, detached poker face 99% of the time, but deep down, I'm actually quite emotional and anxious.
  • Older Than They Look: I constantly get mistaken for a high schooler, despite being born in 1993.
  • The Quiet One: I don't talk much.
  • Self-Deprecation: Rarely ever do I take myself or anything of my works seriously, and I'm more than willing to shameless self-bashing.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Every now and then, which I realize sounds a little contradictory.
  • Took a Level in Idealism: After moving away from home, I have become a little less angry and depressed, and my outlook on the future is becoming more and more hopeful.note 
  • Tranquil Fury: Typically calm, collected, and rarely one to outwardly display emotion, I let my annoyance with people — be they customers, religious zealots, or any other breed of assholes — manifest itself in politeness or rationality when I would much rather be ripping them a new one.
  • Übermensch: I don't like to call myself one, but it does figure heavily into my philosophy.note  To start with, I believe that there is no objective morality. Just man-made notions of what's right and what's wrong that are incorporated into laws. However, the way I see it, true power comes not only from acknowledging this, but in resisting one's own lower nature.

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Favorite stuff (under construction):




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Works in progress:

  • The Last Hunt: An edgy deconstruction of the vampire genre, and more particularly, of vampire hunters. Came about from an idea I had whilst watching John Carpenter's Vampires, as well as my general disillusionment with the genre. If a vampire hunter was bitten, then what would their final thoughts be before they become what they've devoted their life to hunting? And what would really lead them to hating vampires enough to kill them? This darkly comedic tale follows the exploits of an amoral, misanthropic hunter/conman with sociopathic tendencies who has just been bitten, and as he turns, he is starting to question his lot in life. Penned under the pseudonym Kurt Breichen. Mature themes including violence, sexual undertones, domestic abuse, drug use, coarse language, Does This Remind You of Anything?, and potential Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy. Reader discretion advised. (Now in Development Hell)

Finished works:

  • Nightbound: The first story I completed in my adulthood! Yet another attempt at my take on the vampire genre, inspired by my latest obsession with the band Tribulation and their song of the same name. This dark tale follows a Nightbound, a superior breed of vampire who were turned by their own choice through (currently) unknown means. They are essentially Humanoid Abominations who traverse the realms of the dead during the day and the living at night. Plot is pretty basic, about one of the Nightbound stalking its prey, but it just might be part of a larger story someday. For now though, it's just a tribute to my favorite band. Can be read here.
  • A New Worldnote : Trent Michaels has given up trying to be a good man. Depression has taken everything away from him. His job, his freedom, his girlfriend, and now he spends his days getting drunk and taking out his self-loathing on total strangers. But he's given an unexpected opportunity to change his life.
  • Nowhere: A particularly stressful semester has left Chelsea Peterson exhausted, and overjoyed for spring break. That is, until her car breaks down on the way to her cabin up north. A seemingly well-intentioned stranger finds her out on the road and offers to help, but Chelsea quickly catches on to his troubling demeanor, and is now forced to flee for her life into the foreboding woods on the side of the road. Now, she's left with a handful of choices: either run deeper into the ruthless woods and continue to hide, or make a stand.

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