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Hi! I'm HatedLove6, obviously. For now, I'm just creating my profile to store favorites, but I'll eventually put up some art. It's usually just pencil and colored pencil work, but recently, some of my favorite colors to use are nubs so I'll probably be using Gimp 2.6 for most of the coloring and stuff. Hope you like them if and when I post something up here. Let's see, other than that I like to write, but I'm a bit sketchy on using this site for that.

Current Residence: California, USA
Favourite genre of music: Rock, alternative rock. I'll listen to almost anything though.
Favourite photographer: Jane Vargas, takes pictures of Bay animals.
Favourite style of art: Anything as long as I like it, but I'm not too keen on abstract.
MP3 player of choice: My iPod
Favourite cartoon character: I'm assuming that anime works too, so Umeda Hokuto from Hana-Kimi or Ginko from Mushi-shi.
Interests
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: "When You're Evil" by Voltaire
  • Reading: Third book in Pretty Little Liars
  • Watching: Charmed
  • Playing: Circuitaire
  • Eating: Muscle soup
  • Drinking: water
In one day, my new motto went down the drain, and I'll only follow it if I'm really, really desperate.  That motto being: If you can walk to the city you are going to before your bus even arrives at the stop, walk.

Pretty great, right?  I save money on bus fare and it's exercise.  Green and eco friendly all around.

There's one bus that only comes around every hour, and I had just missed it.  I figure that if I can walk up to a distance anyway, I may as well just walk home.  Due to an incident last time with the bus, I figure that it'll all be good.  What happened last time, you may be wondering?

Basically, I sat at a bus stop for two hours with no sign of life, then I walk for a half hour and wait for the bus at a familiar stop for about ten more minutes (keep in mind that I hadn't seen any buses all throughout the walk) with no bus still.  I call my mom for a ride, she tells me to go to a corner of intersecting roads, I walk and while I'm talking on the phone, the bus comes and I have no hope of catching it from the corner I stood.  I stamp my feet and cursed, and I waited for my mom.  On the way home, I see the super easy to remember route and say "God damn it, I could have just walked the rest of the way home."

So ever since then, I've been wanting to at least try to walk all the way home from that point once. 

Back to the present, I had just missed the bus home, so I decided to walk home and see if I make it there before the bus does because this particular bus likes winding through the college and loves to circle around every block.  Also keep in mind that while I'm not overweight in the slightest, I hardly exercise, so I'm not fit either.  That means that it was still a hard walk for a non-athletic person not used to using these particular leg muscles.

I walked 5.1 miles in one hour and forty-one minutes.  Then, when I got home, I realized that me and my little brother were locked out of the house because he didn't carry a key, and I lost mine a long time ago.  My other brother was at his job, and mom was about a hundred miles away on her way home from a convention.  All of the windows are locked, and I can't seem to pop them out.  The only other accessible window was the upstairs bathroom window that is impossible to lock.  I climb up the pipes on the side of the house, open the window and realize that the window is too small, even for me, a rather not-tall person, to get in. 

Climbing down was harder than climbing up.  Me and my brother waited on his dad to pick us up.  He took us to his place, had dinner there, and waited until Mom came back.

And, by the way, I would have gotten home a half hour sooner, and a lot less sore if I had just taken the bus.  I probably also would have made it home in time to catch my brother before he locked all of the doors.

After a long soak in the tub, I can already feel the soreness.  It's going to be a b**** tomorrow.  I just know it.  And I have to do more walking tomorrow!

Even so, if I had a bike, I don't think it would have been that bad of a journey, but as for walking . . . until, or unless, I get used to it, no.  Not five miles.  Never five miles again.

I remember jogging for the single mile for high school, and yes, while it's a bit of a distance, I never really realized how long a mile really is until it's laid out in a line instead of a circle track.  Five miles was daunting.

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Thanks for the fave :D
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HatedLove6 Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome. I'm a total supporter of OCxCanon pairings, it's practically the only kind of fan fiction I write, so I'm always glad to meet another understanding person.
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Ashpyr Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday~
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HatedLove6 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much!  :love:
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Ashpyr Aug 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome~
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KarateCat211 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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HatedLove6 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
What of mine has been stolen?
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KarateCat211 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw some when I searched Jafar, and in a few other places on that site.
(Sorry, I'm not entirely coherent right now. Sleep deprivation. ^^; )
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Onix-ceptable Aug 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Happy birthday!:cake:
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HatedLove6 Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much!  :heart:
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Onix-ceptable Aug 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
You're welcome! :D
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TheLupinearRider Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey there ^^ I was wondering if you wanted to be a part of this
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You don’t have to but I would be honoured if you joined this. As I said though it is up to you
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HatedLove6 Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
No thank you, but thank you for the consideration. :)
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TheLupinearRider Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
okay ^^ Thanks for replying ^^
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I just read all of your Mary Sue guides and I found them extremely interesting and helpful! I like the idea that the writing style and how things are presented are just as important (if not even more so) as the actual content. The explanations thing also makes a lot of sense. Both of those are things that I will be keeping in mind when creating my own OCs. I'm also going to keep them in mind whenever I look at other people's OCs. Due to an extreme case of Mary-Suephobia, I tend to think that a single Sue-trait means that the OC is a Mary Sue, but your guide has encouraged me to look beyond that one trait and realize that doesn't automatically make them a Mary Sue. Thank you!
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HatedLove6 Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
:heart: Thank you so much for your lovely comment. I feel much appreciated. Mary-Suephobia. . . I know the feeling. I'm still afraid to try some things, but I'll take it slow until I'm more comfortable with it. Were you talking about your own OCs, critiquing other people's OCs or both?

I'm glad my guides were helpful to you! :XD:
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No problem! You deserve it for all the work I can image that you've put into those guides. I guess I have Mary-Suephobia in both those areas. lol I tend to think nearly any OC is a Mary Sue, when they really aren't; I think I knew that on some level, but you're guide really helped me realize it!

When it comes to my own OCs, I tend to not make them special in any way, in order to avoid giving them some kind of super power or something that would make them a Mary Sue. But then they end up being too ordinary and basically a Mary Sue based on the fact that NOTHING could ever happen with them because they are so boring. Not that boring is necessarily a bad thing, but I would make my characters so stagnant that character development was impossible. :p

Now I'm working on a story that I'm taking kind of seriously. Or at least I want writing it to be a real learning opportunity in terms of writing and creating good characters. I decided that it was time to cure my Mary-Suephobia! lol You're guides certainly helped me make the first step and I will definitely be using them as I work on my story! Thanks again! And sorry for all my blabbing! :blahblah:
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HatedLove6 Jun 16, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
:blush: Thank you.

Ah, those 'there's-nothing-particularly-spectactularly-wrong-with-her-as-a-character-but-she-doesn't-change-at-all' kind. The thought-to-be safe-zone. I don't think I've personally ever been in that stage; I just kind of messed up, got flamed, got mad, and continued writing for spite while learning.

That's good! I wish you luck with your story. And I don't mind blabbing as long as I can read it. :)
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UncleWoodstock May 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just wanted to say, thanks for following my cartoons. I do new ones every Sunday :highfive:
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HatedLove6 May 13, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome. The only comics I've read are with Cherry in them, so I need to catch up. I love the simplicity of your comics!
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UncleWoodstock May 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Dont worry, I do intend to do more with her in the future :)
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