Profile: Gray

You can call me… Gray

I identify as… I don’t really. A girl taking advantage of being in a boy’s body.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Nothing is proper, but I won’t get offended.

I’m attracted to… Pretty people and open minds.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Speak louder. More should hear.

I want people to understand… Some things aren’t as easy as
they look. They’re battle marks and everybody fights.

About Gray
I’m kind of like an echo.
I buy Wonka bars and look for golden tickets. I like scenic views and pretty things.
I love the forest and city skylines. I’m a dreamer and spend most of my time in the clouds. I love netbooks, throw pillows, and stuffed animals.
I’ve never knocked over a liquor store and I speed in school zones.
I listen to the sound of rain from open windows.
I put my messages in bottles and hope that they’ll be found.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on January 7th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 11 comments »

11 Responses to “Profile: Gray”

  1. Anonymous

    Wow, you seem cool! You seam a lot like me!


  2. Darcy Taya

    I think I’d like to live in a forest from which I can see the city skyline.. :d


  3. kendall

    I love vancouver, I stood at the mall, and saw the ocean, the forest, the mountains, and a starbucks, it was epic.


    tigr replied:

    Forest and ocean and mountains AND skyline … *sighs* That does sound amazing! Could you perhaps take a photo next time you go there, and share that view?:)


    Cammy replied:

    I’ll do you one better. Here’s a deviantArt group that collects photos of Vancouver:

    Not all of them have nature juxtaposed with the city, however. A lot just have one or the other.


    Cammy replied:

    Yeah, that sounds like Vancouver. We have nature. And also a million billion Starbucks…es.

    I dunno about LIVING there (you would have to become a park-hobo… or a whale, since the park contains an aquarium), but if you went to Stanley Park you could see the city skyline quite well from within its forest. And also the ocean. And the mountains.


    Darcy Taya replied:

    Boo, Starbucks…

    I’d love to go to Vancouver, though. Friends and I are planning a trip there this summer. I must go to Seattle too, as I have a good friend there.


  4. Cammy

    Oops replied in the wrong place. Move along.


  5. k

    I’m your exact opposite, I’m a boy taking advantage of being in a girls body!


  6. kendall

    It wasn’t really a statement of where people do or should stand corporately and whether capitalism is a good thing or a bad thing, or whether caffeine is a drug just because it unlocks addictive symptoms and behavioral issues… It was a legitimate: OMG MOUNTAIN, OMG OCEAN, OMG RAIN FOREST, OMG MALL! I CAN GET A COFFEE OR A MUFFIN OR A RAINCOAT, AND NOT BE SAD IF I DIDNT PACK ONE TODAY, THIS CITY HAS EVERYT’ING.


  7. Elle

    Love the profile, could have (should have?) written something pretty similar.


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