God is good, God is great, God is awsome and God is Love

Jesus had no servants, yet they called him Master...
He had no degree, yet they called him Teacher...
He had no medicine, yet they called him Healer...
He had no army, yet kings feared him...
He won no military battles, yet he conquered the World...
He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him...
He was buried in a tomb, yet He lives today
feel honored to serve such a leader who loves us...
If you believe in God and Jesus Christ his Son
then copy and paste this in your profile
if you ignore him, in the Holy Bible, Jesus says...
“If you deny me before man, I will deny you before my Father in Heaven..."

Yes, I am a Christian, but before you start be-rating me or anything, let me tell you something. I for one am not going to force you to believe or push the Bible in your throat.

We Christians are only to witness to you, we're not to force you to come to Christ; you must come of your own free will. And more over I am friends with a lot of people who are not Christian. So please, don't let my beliefs hinder any friendships we may have.

Now that we have that understanding, I love anime and video games. So we have much to talk about. I also love Visual Kei mostly Japanese bands, but I think the Korean ones are beginning to grow on me.

I love to draw, but am not excellent at it yet. I love writing and reading. My favorite genres are Mystery, Horror and Fantasy. I also love to RP ^_^ It's one of my favorite pass times.

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Last Login: 10/23/2017 1:16 am

Birthday: 12/02

The Longer I live (Witcher 2) Saskia/Iorveth

I'm Just Your Problem (Sung by Annapantsu)

Malice Mizer: Le Ciel

Kanon Wakeshima Suna no Oshiro

Hallucination from Kuroshitsuji Musical 2

England's summoning song

Japanese vcab

先学期 (せんがっき){Sen-Gah-kee}- Last semseter

笑い (わらい){Wah-lai} -Laugh;laughter

涙 (なみだ){Nah-Mi-da}- Tears

German Vocab

Viel; eine Menge; ein Huafen- a lot (of)

Kӧnnen (kann), konnte, gekonnt- able or to be able to

(prep) über (+ acc); (approximately) etwa; - about

(prep) über (+ acc/dat); (adv) oben - above

English Vocab.

Insipid- 1. Lacking flavor
2. Lacking vigor or interest (boring, unimaginative,
flat, etc.)

Sward-An expanse of short grass.

Lascivious- 1. Inclined or expressive of lustfulness; lewd.
2. Arousing sexual desire.

Sobriquet- Nickname

Beguile- 1. To influence
2. To charm, to divert
3. To pass (time) pleasantly

Gloaming- twilight; dusk

Syncopate- (Syncopated,syncopating,syncopation)To shift (a musical accent)to a beat that is normally unaccented.

Subterfuge- an artifice or expedient used to escape, evade, or conceal.

Intrepid- (Intrepidly) fearless; dauntless.

Daunt- (dauntingly, daunted)
1. To overcome with fear; intimidate.
2. To dishearten

Dauntless- (Dauntlessly, dauntlessness) Not to be daunted or intimidated; fearless.

Dotage- a decline of mental faculties, esp. resulting from old age.

Avuncular- (Avuncularity)
1. Of or characteristic of an uncle.
2. Kind and friendly to a younger or less experienced person: "An Avuncular manner".

Precarious- (Precariously)
1. Dependent on circumstances beyond one's control; uncertain.
2. Dangerous because insecure or unsteady.

Revet- (Revetted) Face (a wall,rampart, etc)masonry, esp. in fortification.

Trilby- A soft hat with a narrow brim and an indented crown. Trilby hat.

Abacus- 1. An oblong frame with rows of wires or grooves along which beads are slid, used for calculating.
2. The flat slab on top of a capital, supporting the architrave.

Jowl (1)- 1. a jaw, esp. the lower jaw.
2. The meat of a cheek of a hog.
Jowl (2)- (Jowly, jowlier, jowliest)A fold of flesh hanging off from the jaw, as of a fat person.

Astrakhan- The lustrous, tightly curled wool of young lambs from Astrakhan, a city in the Russian Federation.

Ostler- Stableman: someone employed at the stables to take care of horses.

Despondency- (Despondent, despondently) Depression of spirits from loss of courage or hope; dejection.

Liturgy- (Liturgies, liturgical, liturgist)A public form of worship;ritual.

Sinew- (Sinewy) 1. Tendon
2. Strength; power.

Saturnine- gloomy or morose in temperament; sullen.

Soutane- A type of cassock worn by catholic priests. soutane.

Vestibule- 1. A passage or hall between the outer door and the interior of the building.
2. A hallow body part serving as an entrance to another hallow part.

Mantilla- (Mantillas) A woman's silk or lace over the head and shoulders (like the ones in Spain or Latin America).

Arduous- (Arduously, arduousness)requiring or marked by great exertion; laborious.

Parsimony- (parsimonious) Excessive economy or frugality; stinginess.

Frugal- (Frugality, frugalities, frugally)
1. Not wasteful; economical.
2. Marked by economy; sparse.

Costermongers- Hawkers of fruits and vegetables from a burrow.

Hawkers- 1. Traveling salesmen and women, who sell goods by shouting.
2. A falconer.

Austere- (Austerely, austerity)
1. Severe, as in manner; forbidding.
2. Severely moral; ascetic.
3. Without ornament or adornment.

Pugnacious- (Pugnaciously,pugnacity) Inclined to quarrel or fight readily.

Bitumen- (Bituminous) Any of various natural substances, asphalt, consisting mainly of hydro-carbons.

Warmonger- (Warmongering) A person who advocates in War.

Monocle- (Monocled)An eyeglass for one eye.

Camphor- A white, pleasant-smelling substance used mainly for moth-repellent.

Brilliantine- An oily concoction made to make hair fuller and more lustrous.

Fastidious- (Fastidiously, fastidiousness)
1. Hard to please
2. Needing or personally to express extreme carefulness or delicacy.

Jesuit- A member of the Society of Jesus, the Roman Catholic order (found in 1534).

Fraught- Full of or accompanied with danger.

Incisor- Any four of the teeth located in the jaw that is used for cutting (canines).

Spats- Short cloth-gaiters that cover the ankle and instep.

Detritus- 1. Rock particles worn away from a large mass.
2. Any broken down material: debris.

Estuary- (estuaries) The lower part of a river's course where the river's current meets with the sea.