This is too hard to think about. I feel like the typical answers should be friends, and family, and I don’t know, something else that’s mushy.
But I feel like honestly what makes me smile are cute kitten gifs, and rom com movies, shows like parks and rec, and cute couples on TV, such as Monica and Chandler.
I do like spending time with friends and family, but when I’m with them it’s more about laughing and having a good time, not so much about catching yourself smiling about something that’s cute. I think overall the times I catch myself smiling is when I see cute couples on TV doing something hella adorable!
If I could, I would totally have a fox as a pet. Either the red fox or I’d love to have an arctic fox as a pet. First off look at them! They are gorgeous, plus they’re the perfect size, because they’re not too big, but not too small such as a hamster. They’re like a pet dog, and for me it’s another plus that they don’t bark (which I’m assuming they don’t).
And even if it were to turn on me and attack, it’s not the size of a lion that it’ll kill be in a heartbeat. I can probably get away haha. Yes I still think about my safety with my imaginary pet. But to be honest, I am not a pet person at all. There’s too much responsibility in taking care of a pet. If anything, realistically, I’d get a cat just because they’re self-reliant besides the fact of putting food out and scooping its poop. I’d also hate the smell that would come with any pet. So overall, I would love to have an artic fox as a pet IF it can feed itself, poop outside my home, try not to kill me, and not smell the place up. Which let’s be real it will only be a dream.
When I was younger I used to collect a lot of things, I don’ why I did it, but I did. Looking back now I think it was because I really wanted to have a hobby and I didn’t know that I liked to draw and write so I started to collect stamps. Yes. I know. Please don’t judge me, but I was that girl. The who collected stamps. They weren’t even interesting! I just did it.
I quickly stopped that and moved on to collecting different kinds of money from different countries, I wasn’t particular with it. I just collected different looking bills and change. Then I shown an interest in paint samples. Yup. I said it, paint samples. Those long strips of paint samples that people take from Home Depot or Rona. The usual person leaves the store with maybe 5 samples max, but me I walked out of there with at least 10, 15-20 if I was daring. Plus, when I was younger, because of the barcode on the paint samples, I thought I was stealing them. The guilt was overwhelming. But wait, that’s not all what I did with the samples. I would then come home, cut each color out and then rearrange them in ROYGBIV. I would legitimately make a whole new system for the colors, while I was watching TV. I don’t know guys, I guess this was the first step into loving art.
Finally at the age of 20 I am currently collecting movie tickets. This started off as a total accident. From when I first bought my wallet until two years ago maybe I kept putting my movie tickets in there. You know that last slip in your wallet that you never use, yea that, what I did was put my movie tickets away in there after the tender would rip it and give it back to you. I only realized the bulk of the tickets in there just a couple years ago, but looking at the first ticket I unwillingly started this 5 years ago in 2010, on the 11th of November and I watched the movie Tangled. Personally this is probably the only thing that I have collected in my life that I enjoy collecting, because there are days where I pull out all the tickets and look back on the memories I had with the people I went and watched the movie with. There you probably some of the weird things I have collected.
This is too easy. Music. My answer is music. Mainly my Ipod. It’s filled with over 2000 songs and is ever growing. I purposely went out of my way to buy SPARE earbuds just so that IF mine were to break due to some catastrophic reason I am always prepared to still keep listening to my music.
I am a person who can simultaneously have a conversation while listening to music, which I just recently learned that not a lot of people do this. But compared to high school I have started to listen to it less. I mean I do have pay attention in lectures, and listening to music while studying is hard now. So I basically use it as my armor while I walk to class. If I walk to class without music I feel so weird. And I remember once I lost my Ipod at a party, and truly thought I would never see it again. I literally came home and started to look for a new Ipod to buy. Apparently it was found under my friend’s bed. But clearly look how much I need my music.
Really? I already know that this is going to be terrible. Only because I’m in university, I live from my backpack, not my purse. Just last year for Christmas I bought two handbags from Zara, and I love them! One is a semicircle with huge pockets on each side and it opens in the middle with a magnet clasp. It can be held by hand or with a shoulder strap. The other bag I bought was called a “doctor’s bag” because it’s this super small navy blue rectangular bag with metal bars on top to close. Again it’s a shoulder strap bag. Those are the only two that I recently bought and adore, and I brought the small blue one with me just in case. That honestly has a crap ton of receipts in it, and a pen. That’s it. Soooooo I guess that’s basically what’s in my purse.