User:Aeris of Iniquity
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Who am I?
I'm your average teenage girl in high school, who has no life, save that of school, and the computer. I love video games, anime and manga, and Sci-Fi. I'm into the weather and meteorology, and hopefully, that's what field I'll be into after college. I'm a senior in high school, about to turn 17, and my name is †Aeris of Iniquity†. I'm a girl who loves PC games, and can't be without her books and blanket. I have two cats, and a dog. My home is currently in San Diego, California, and I love any and all (well, almost all) things Japanese.
What I watch
My favorite anime is currently "Fullmetal Alchemist" or in the proper Japanese format "Hagane no Renkinjutsushi" or to the fan-base Hagaren. I also watch such titles as "Licensed by Royalty [L/R]", "Yami no Matsuei ~ Descendants of Darkness", "Cowboy Bebop", and "Neon Genesis Evangelion." Ahh, Eva, now there's a classic.
What I do
I'm a full-time student, computer geek, gamer, reader, librarian, poet, artist, singer, dancer, writer, and music conniseur. I also just got a job at my local Pizza Hut! Go me! ^_^ I am a grammar Nazi, and can't help but correct others mistakes.As for manga, I'm a really shojo girl right now, reading such titles as "Nana", "Absolute Boyfriend", "Fruits Basket", "TENNIS no Oji-sama ~ The Prince of Tennis", "High School Girls", "Love Hina", "Negima! Mahou Sensei Negi ~ Negima! Magic Teacher Negi", "Fullmetal Alchemist", "Kamikaze Girls", "Gravitation", and random others. I'm re-reading the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series, and also just started the Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. I read on average about two hours a night, and about 200 books per year. I just love reading that much. I also like to knit!
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