Herlo thar I'm Becca pleased to meechu I'm like 18, but mostly I feel like a 2 year old, saying that, most people consider me quite mature. I have my moments, ugh I don't like writing about myself -_-
I hail from bonnie Scotland, don't believe the adverts, it's freezing and the nearest shopping centre is 100 miles from here but the song in the visit Scotland advert is awesome.
I can be quite opinionated, but I don't think I can articulate enough...
Since I've left school my brains have leaked, uni next though :)
I like to go to concerts it the most amazing feeling ever.
You'd think after 18 years I'd have some clue about me, or my existence, I'm a speck in the universes plan and honestly I have no idea how to define myself other than a few lists of stuff I like and stuff I do. I have my crap, my good my bad, everyone does, but does that define me? The other day there it occurred that I will never ever see the world from someone elses perspective, feel their feelings or think their thoughts, and that deeply saddens me, because I can't grow as a person just being me, me is not good enough.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
It doesn't all have to be about me, but if you guys insist, I love my music, gets me through the day. I'm pretty into White Lies and Florence and the Machine right now, I'd say my favourite band is R.E.M. , I love My Chemical Romance, but I don't like admitting it, because much like Twilight readers (D:) I fear the backlash. Laura Marling has a beautiful voice :D I love Scottish music and Scottish bands, Idlewild are my favourites, then there's the likes of Snow Patrol, Franz Ferdinand and Glasvegas. Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, The Dubliners and the Pogues are awesome too Irish music ftw.
I like Dan Browns books, Harry Potter, A Series of Unfortunate Events (the new stuffs getting a bit ridiculous now though), Charlie Bone, Captain Corelli's Mandolin, books by Eoin Colfer, Catcher in the Rye, I finally got round to reading Paper Towns, favourite by John Green so far, was brilliant. Sunset Song is one of the most amazing books I have had the pleasure to read. I kinda need to start reading more grown up books now :( but to be honest anything with a sparkly cover has me hooked.
As for films I don't really know if I have specific favourites, I'm a sucker for romance and coming of age type films unfortunately. I love Chicago and Rent, Juno was awesome, Stand By Me, The Tracy Fragments and Hard Candy too, Ellen Page <3, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is pure genius. V for Vendetta is amazing, Ferris Buellers Day Off was awesome, I like a lot of Tim Burton films too. OMG Back To The Future. Sorry about this but I loved X-Men Origins.
As for TV The Office, Scrubs, Dr Who, Skins, Black Books, Nevermind the Buzzcocks, Mock the Week, The IT Crowd, Garth Merenghi, Dead Like Me, The Mighty Boosh and the BBC Shakespeare re told stuff. I love stand up comedy, favourites include Frankie Boyle, Mark Day, Billy Connelly, Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr, Dylan Moran, Jason Rouse, Jo Brand, Tim Minchin, Dane Cook, Joan Rivers and Russell Howard.
I'm not much of a gamer but I love Guitar Hero (I'm on hard :D ) and Fable II. I like tea.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
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