You guys really loved CoT and LGD, didn't you? As a former mistress of LGD, I wish they'd have shut LGD down while I was working on it. Or at least closed down M&B. *chuckles* Naw, I'm not that bad.
The topic made me fall on the floor laughing. People are so adamant about this whole thing.
Lately, some friends of mine have been showing off their rooms on AIM ... and since I have nothing better to post about here, I decided to put mine on display. Endure! *evil laughter* A lot of people say my room is tiny, but because I'm so short and small, it doesn't bother me. And I can't believe how dirty the pictures make it look. Actually, my room is neat and insanely clean (as in clean floor and no dust). But ah well. On to the show! *marches*
The entrance. Bad grainy pick, 'cause the hallway's so dark. My parents painted it dark red. Since my room is the only one downstairs, and at the end of this hallway, my brother calls it the monster's lair. "The dark red," he says, "is the blood of your past victims."
Go in further, and there is my bed! Complete with fat orange cat, Mango Anderson. There isn't a theme to my room, but I use green, blue, purple, and red shades to make up for that. As you can see, I LOVE having artwork everywhere. Mine, my grandma's, some I bought at Ikea. I keep a lot of foreign decorations around, too.
Behind my door. Messy! The whiteboard is my to-do list, and the magnet and cork board hold ... things. I love my Gentlemen's Alliance poster! (on the back of the door)
Reading corner. ^^ My CD player and all my CDs sit there, too, but I hardly use them. That is my anime wall, too. The posters, from left to right, are of Love Hina, InuYasha, and Zelda. Under the InuYasha poster is a ShojoBeat calender, and a picture of girl Ranma (by me!) Beside the Inu poster is a picture a Korean friend drew for me, of Zelda and Link. And finally, (XD) under the Zelda poster is another pic of mine.
My loverly window. Since I'm downstairs, half my room is underground, and the window is inches off the ground. So during the spring and winter months, I take off my window screen and use the window like a door. *snickers* I've even got a little stone patio to step out on.
This is only HALF of my clothes!! >
Mr. Mango Anderson does not appreciate a camera flash! He has also told me that he's not giving out autographs.
My desk, where I now sit typing away. My collection of ShojoBeat can be seen up top, along with the scanner and several drawing books and sketchbooks. A marker pick of Tetsuo and Asaki hang in the desk, behind the screen.
This is actually embarrassing ... I don't organize cords well.
Just to save you loading time, I'm only posting some of them up. The rest of the pictures are below:Closet doors. That's my artwork, except for the Narnia poster. Duh.My fan, which Daddy brought back from Hong Kong!School, Awana, Art contest, and Science Fair awards.Jade-handle mirrors! The middle one is from Hong Kong. The other ones I bought at a fair for cheap.Also from Hong Kong! XD I have stuff from Arabia, too, but I forgot to take pictures of them. Opps.All my books. I'm not as big a novel reader as you might think...I mostly read manga.Jewelry and another Inu calender!I love my current desktop.
Listening to: That "deru deru!" music from the old Link to the Past commercial. XD It's like they're doing a Zelda version of "Thriller"