Tagged by CharlesBulbmin
1.- You must post these rules.
2.- Each person has to share 13 things about them
3.- Answer the 13 questions asked to you and invent 13 questions the people you tag will have to answer
4.- Choose 13 people
5.- Go to their page to inform them they are tagged
6.- Not something like "you are tagged if you read that"
7.- You have to legitimately tag 13 people
8.- You can't say that you don't do tags. (Watch me)
9. - Tag-backs are NOT ALLOWED
10. - You have to finish this within a week. If not; you'll have to do whatever the creator tell you to. Art, rp, etc. (WTF kind of rule is this?)
11. - Be creative with the title. No "I've Got Tagged" things. (I'm rebellious, you can't make me be creative on command.)1. Would you rather have the ability to teleport or travel through time?
Why even bother making rules, no one ever follows them anyway.
13 things about myself, huh? You do realize that's an unlucky number.
1. I'm a girl.
2. I'm a Dane
3. My hair reaches my BUTT
4. Crowds make me uneasy
5. I've got a cellphone
6. I can sew
7. I'm working on a game
8. I found a cool tool for people struggling with poses. It's called DesignDoll (Check it out, it's actually helpful!)
9. I believe in ghosts
10. I am not religious
11. I've traveled to Spain once. It was nice.
12. I adore cats
13. I've got more friends online than offline
ON TO THE QUESTIONS!
Teleport. I live out in middle of nowhere in a mini-village and you can't go anywhere without a car. If I have to go somewhere, the bus is my only way to get there. Or walking. Teleporting would just make everything a hundred times easier for me.2. What super power would you like to have?
I would like to have the superpower of everything you have not thought of.3. What's something you've done since you were a child?
Draw. But also speak to myself. I do that a lot.4. Do you like pi? What is its purpose in life?
It's purpose of life is to be a universal constant. It is whatever circle in whatever size's circumference divided by its diameter. You will always get 3.14 if your measures are right. That also means pi is not infinite but it does have an infinite number of decimal places.
People call pi an irrational number because it can't be expressed as a fraction. You might get approximations but you will never be able to find a fraction that equals pi with all its decimals.
For the question itself, yes. I do like pi. It is a helpful universal constant used in many math problems. It makes so many things easier and people don't realize that. 5. Do you like pie? If so, what flavor?
Pie. I haven't had many pies in my life. Only apple pie, I think. I don't like it that much. 6. Is there anything in my gallery that you like?
You really want me to list up all of the things I like in your gallery? That'll take forever, sweetie. Let's just say, YES.7. Make a joke/pun.
To write with a broken pencil is pointless.8. Is there anyone you'd like to punch in the face?
I can think of some people. But not anyone I would call out on the internet. I may be a bit of a violent thinker but I do have respect for other people and their private lives.9. POP QUIZ: How long does it take to beat a moron to death?
Is that a team fortress reference?10. FNaF?
YES. I've actually meant to draw fanart for this series of games for a long time now.
But I personally fear Scott might ruin his last game since he kind of closed his case last time. I'm beginning to think he is just making the games for the sake of money now.11. Modern or classic video games?
That really depends on a lot of things. I like modern video games because of the graphics, the details, the complex programs used to make them and how it is now easy for an indie game to be made.
But on the other hand I like classic video games too because that is what I played when I was a child. It's my childhood. But nowadays, I can be bothered by the simple graphics, especially if it's a simulation. If it's something like classic Sonic games or Mario games, then I don't mind.
Keep in mind I am speaking for games that can be played on a computer only. I've never had any other consoles except a PlayStation 1.12. Favorite music genre?
That is a tough question. I like a wide range of music genres. But I think my ultimate music genre is rock or alternative rock. I dislike death metal and other heavier kinds of rock genres, primary because I want the lyrics to be clear. Screaming doesn't really do it for me. That means I'm not really a fan of dubstep either. It happens that I find some songs that fits the dubstep genre that I like but it's really not often.
I listen to a other music genres too, it depends on my mood.
But in general what the songs say means more to me than the genre. If I find some music that really speaks to me but I usually don't listen to that kind of music, I listen to it anyway.13. What's one thing you like about your country?
I think I'm slowly hating my country more and more as time goes on. I'm happy about the free health care and the high taxes (cause it makes sense to pay more in taxes in exchange for free stuff). But I dislike the way politicians get off so easily. Like, if they've been in the government for a year, they're ensured lifetime pension and can retire when they're 60.
Everyone else are not ensured a lifetime pension and no one can retire before they're 70.
I also dislike the way the government thinks of the school system. Children receiving special classes because they're mentally ill are now being integrated into a normal class without a teacher to support them. They can't handle it and almost 75% of the children drop out of school within the same year they get integrated into a normal class. But the government won't listen. Because if they admit their mistake, they will lose even more money than they've already lost.
I dislike how politicians don't care about anyone else but themselves. If things are great for them and they're making money, they don't care about the people.
So it's hard for me to point out something I actually like about my country.
Nope, I'm not tagging any nor making new questions.