I know I'm only 15, and still being raised, but I would have liked if my parents had forced me into more social situations. I'm still learning, and maybe a few years down the line, I won't have changed a thing because I'll be more confident, but now, that's what I would change.
Clothes and other things for everyone in my family, and a couple of my closer friends, then getting my learner's drivers licence in 6 months time.
Does pavlova count? Otherwise chocolate mud cake or cheesecake
I can play Flute
Most things except my clothes.
"Pavlova Pizza, you were named after the two greatest foods to ever be invented."
And then there's Rockmelon, the horrible kid.
I'm 15, and my friends are 15/16 years old. I have one friend who was straight, then bisexual, then pansexual and polygamous. Now, she's straight and monogamous. Please don't try to label yourself. It'll come to you in due course. It's also perfectly normal to not have had a crush at 16. I wouldn't have … Read more
Kind, funny, polite, honest, loyal
She's been in my homegroup since we started high school in grade 8. I was twelve and decided that she was weird, and that I would avoid her at all costs because she wore long sleeves. Fast track about a month, and we talked and I decided that I really like her. Turns out, she's … Read more
I did have a legitimate answer in your last question. If you didn't like it, then too bad.
There's a fault in your logic; nobody can draw paintings. I think that your question is if people paint paintings.
Some of them are, some of them aren't, just like any other type of art form. It's like asking if only 'normal' people paint realistic paintings. I couldn't draw a realistic drawing or painting if the … Read more
I would love to be like Emma Watson- she's pretty, funny, doesn't take herself too seriously, big advocate for gender equality, and, unlike most people has gone and done stuff to fix it, and I admire that.
Stephen Hawking is also amazing. He's been through so much, and still continues doing what he loves, though if … Read more
Empire of Storms - Sarah J. Maas.
I very rarely skip through parts of books, even ones I don't like. The last one that I skipped through parts was A Midsummer Night's Dream, and that was probably this time last year.
I don't think it'll stop them, but it'll break up the spam.
Most of them, especially Kardashians and that.
Except Emma Watson. She's amazing.
Stephen Hawking- I admire his work so much.
Emma Watson- not only is she Hermione Granger and Belle, but she is a big advocate for gender equality, and that is amazing.