Here are some random facts about me.
I’ll be twenty years old on Valentine’s Day.
I’m very afraid of mayonnaise.
Chuck Palahniuk is my favorite author. I own every major work he’s published, and I’m still working on other smaller pieces that are harder to find. Invisible Monsters is my favorite book. I’ve read it a few times already, and I pick it up every once in a while and start again.
One thing I tend not to draw attention to on this blog is my diagnoses. I struggle with major depressive disorder, severe anxiety, and insomnia. Some might also tell you that I’m a compulsive liar, but I can’t validate that.
I have a lot of clothes and a lot of makeup.
I play an Ibanez acoustic guitar and a Jetking electric. If I’m sitting around on my computer or talking to someone in my living room, odds are that I’m picking at my acoustic.
My hair is thicker than yours. I promise.
I go to the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and I’m pursuing a degree in Journalism & Electronic Media along with a minor in Cinema Studies.
I wear a lot of hats.
Here in Knoxville, I live with my puppy Chico. He shows up a lot on my blog.
I heavily dislike blank walls.
I really like owls. I’ve been wearing one around my neck for a couple of years now.
I’m from a small town called Vidalia in a big state called Georgia. Back home we’re famous for our sweet onions. I moved six hours away because I don’t like onions.
The type of stuff you’re going to see on here is hopefully going to be funny. But I’m trying to remember to still incorporate my interests, you know, instead of worrying too much about what exactly my followers want. I post a lot of memes, TV show captions from shows like Bones, How I Met Your Mother, Family Guy, Supernatural, Weeds, and Spongebob, lots of movie fandom regarding Christopher Nolan, J.J. Abrams, and all my favorite actors, and many, many musicians.
This should explain how I run my blog. I post things I like from other websites. Nothing I post on Blasphemy is original content unless otherwise stated.
One of my favorite things to do is write. I use my personal blog for most of that now.