You can call me Kirpet..
My fursona is known as Kallah.
I'm going on 25 this Sept.
I quite love musicals, and just about any other genre of music. (Not huge on sex/cop killing rap or mega screamo type stuff) No matter the language or lack of words, music has the amazing ability to sooth the soul and lift the spirit. That's why I love all genres.
Currently I am attending college, major in psychology.
I am also the president of my campuses GSLA.
(Gay Straight Lesbian Alliance)
As for hobbies and interests I have many, there aren't many things I don't enjoy. As long as it's legal and it's not going to hurt anyone other than myself then I'm willing to at least give it a try. :3 ( A little blood loss or bruises never hurt me before. xP )
The last movie I saw that I absolutely loved was __________.
The last video game I played that I loved was ___________.
The last book I read that I loved was ____________.
I'm fairly easy to get along with, I'm a bit shy and what have you so it tends to take a little while for me to open up. Even so I do love to talk to people, those who are mature, honest, loyal, willing to listen to all sides and are not rude or insulting. Just a decent, goodhearted human being that shouldn't be to hard... Should it?
So I don't really
hate you if this next picture rings true for you, it just saddens me that it does ring true for so many these days.
As Harriet Martineau said in her book "How to Observe Morals and Manner"
"No wise man blushes at being ignorant of any science which it has not suited his purposes to study, or which it has not been in his power to attain. No linguist wrings his hands when astronomical discoveries are talked of in his presences; no political economist covers his face when shown a shell or a plant which he cannot class; still less should the artist, the natural philosopher, the commercial traveler, or the classical scholar, be ashamed to own himself unacquainted with the science which, of all the sciences which have yet opened upon men, it, perhaps, the least cultivated, the least definite, the least ascertained in itself, and the most difficult in it's application
I know it's a little hard to understand towards the end, the book wasn't originally written in English so it's got some funky wording here and there but we can at least grasp the basics of what Harriet is saying. :3