>.> Link didn't work for some reason.
Well, the artist is usually the strongest critic. Although it's all practice to get better. I remember drawing pretty bad stuff in middle school and thinking I was so great and everyone else thought I was so great (my school's very lacking in the artistic department D: ). Of course, looking bad on it now, the only thing I can do is laugh. xD
xD Ahah, I know. It's bothering me. It's all shiny and I want it...but then again it seems stupid. Plus, I don't gt gaia cash anyway. Waste of money, amirite?
Celebrate newby things! Yeaaah!!! >D lulz.
Hey, you do art right? I think I remember seeing you in the Picture Post but I don't remember where. xD Maybe I'm just being retarded.
But yaaay art~!
Ahah, wow. My English teachers always tell me to stay away from Sparknotes.
Yeah, I get that problem. That's why sometimes, I read it out loud...as long as no one's around to stare at me oddly. xD But it works better. Usually. XP
Ahahahh, nice. Yeah, sometimes all we can do is sparknote. ...and teachers say it doesn't help at all. xD
I don't mind some stuff speaking in old English. Just, when the sentences stretch a page-long, it's just not right. Then expecting us to write an essay on it. D: Horrible.
Ahah...I've never heard of that either. xD
It's just, Billy Budd was written during the early times of independent America. The sentences are literally paragraphs and they're all convoluted. Seriously, for the first half, I thought Billy Budd was about some black sailor. Turns out he's white and blonde. Someone else thought there were some gay inferences in there. There weren't. >.> Plus, I had to read a lot of it in one night and woke up the next morning with barely any memory of what I read. D:
Ahah, that sucks. >.< We had to read 2/3 of Huck Finn in two days and it was disgusting. At least it wasn't really hard to understand once we got the dialect. Just...reading so much of it when I'd rather be doing something else. xD Now a hard book: Billy Budd. That was horrible. No one understood it much. D: Did you ever read it?