Call me Karni/Carni, Ducky, or Oreo. I don't really have much to say. I love to draw, write, sing, and other miscellaneous things.
I love the colors Black, Orange, Purple, White, Green, Blue, light/baby pink, and Blood Red.
One Piece is my top favorite series ever!
I love the rain, absolutely love it. Not the small showers, no, the pouring rain that soaks you to the bone.
I love the cold, I very much dislike the heat. I like to swim. Almost as much as Haruka Nanase. I'm not even kidding.
I am a very lonely person, but I make for a good and loyal friend.
If you have any questions feel free to ask them~
My current quests: Carni quest progress
My art: kawaicupcake
I can be very antisocial and tend to sit back and listen in group situations.
Random facts about me:
I love water. I love being around water, I love being in water, and I love drinking water. I'm almost always swimming when the weather permits it.
I love any top with sleeves long enough to cover my hands.
I hate Grapefuit, Bananas, and Mayonnaise.
Spiders terrify me unless they are the size of a tarantula or bigger.
I have abandonment issues for classified reasons.
I'm afraid to be wrong because of classified reasons.
I apologize so much because I'm afraid of getting punished if I don't. It stems from severe bullying from 1st to eighth grade. The details are classified.
I can speak and pick up languages quickly, except for harsher sounding dialect like German. I have too soft of a voice to be able to form the correct sounds to pronounce things right.
Making me angry to the point where you know, I'm angry, means that I'm about to have an emotional upheaval in rage. That's the only time my voice becomes low
, and LOUD
I hate the color yellow. It irritates my eyes and makes me feel sick to my stomach.
I adore cute things.
Singing, Drawing, and Reading are my passions.
I love designing things, which explains my long wishlist.
I have Autophobia, which is the specific phobia of isolation; a morbid fear of being egotistical, or a dread of being alone or isolated. Sufferers need not be physically alone, but believe that they are being ignored, unloved, threatened by intruders, and so on.