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Holly | 19 | Cali |College Student |In Love with a huge nerd | Adventurer/WanderLustful/Sherlocked:
People I love/Epic Friends/DA family
I Love : The AR, York mints, cats, traveling, reading, poetry, instrumentals, HollywoodUndead, Ingrid Michaelson, ponies, watercolors, Thomas Kinkade's artwork , Chinese Food, traveling, photography, italian food, pizza, garlic bread, ice cream cake, oreos, salmon
Obsessions: Sherlock, The Finder, MylittlePony:Friendship is Magic, Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Over the Garden Wall, Longmire, Cowboybebop, Princess Tutu, Tintin, Avatar The Last Airbender, Wander over Yonder, Rise of the Guardians, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, Attack on Titan, Inuyasha, Sword Art Online, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
I dislike : children, bugs, having to get up early, feeling rushed, self-centered people, snobs
My username is a spin off of the play, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat"
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Your element is Light: Innocent, beautiful, kind-hearted and pure. You are so sweet your almost angelic! You find joy in others happiness and cannot stand to see anyone in pain. You want to make everyone around you feels good about themselves and if someone is upset you can tend to become rather upset as well which means you are sympathetic and raise others above yourself. Being as kind and good-natured as you are people have most likely hurt you in the past but you pick yourself up every time. You may look fragile but you are stronger than most tend to see. Life is beautiful no matter how you look at it and you understand that people make mistakes. Not everyone is perfect. You try to see the good in the bad which is a talent few possess. Dont ever let anyone change you. You truly have a beautiful soul inside and a heart of gold.
If you lived in Divergent, which faction would you belong to?
You value honesty above all else and love a good debate. You don’t see the point of sugar-coating anything and so you always tell it like it is—even at the risk of insulting someone or hurting their feelings. But the next time you get into an argument, try asking yourself: “What’s more important—being right? Or being kind?” Things aren’t always as black and white as you think.