3. List your fandoms - ALL of them?? let’s do top 10 fave tv shows. Here goes. and one character I identify with.
SILICON VALLEY - probably Dinesh. Either that or a weird combination of Monica and Richard (because on one hand I’m attractive and capable, and on the other hand I’m a anxiety ridden mess.)
BROOKLYN NINE NINE - I am Amy Santiago. Like I actually am her. In real life.
NEW GIRL - I am also actually Schmidt.
M*A*S*H - I’d like to think I identify with Hawkeye.
ARCHER - Lanaaaaaaa
BUFFY - Willow and Xander
ER - Carol Hathaway (I <3 her so much)
HOUSE - Cameron
HOGAN’S HEROES - Hilda/Helga cuz I’d be all over Hogan all day, let’s be real
DOWNTON ABBEY - Thomas probably
4. I do like my name, I guess, although I would never name anyone Hannah. Hannah means “grace” in Hebrew, and I don’t think I am particularly graceful. I can’t think of a better name, but if I could, it’d probably begin with a J.
11. My ideal day would begin no earlier than 9 when I have time for a long shower and an actual breakfast. I’d be in a big, airy house with all my favorite people, and we’d go do fun things together all day, then we’d come back and chill and probably stay up too late but it wouldn’t matter because my ideal day means not having to get up early the following morning.
16. If I’d have grown up in a different environment, would I be the same? That’s something I often wonder. As it is, my upbringing is crazy out of the ordinary and mostly in a really good way. The way I was raised makes me automatically think outside the box, not take social norms for granted, have a huge respect and love for music, movies, literature, and general knowledge. My upbringing also makes it a little more difficult to connect with others, which causes me to shy away from people and relationships. Had I gone to school all my life, I’d probably be a lot more easy going around people and tbh, I might have more friends. However, the friends that I do have are fucking awesome, and I wouldn’t change the positives of my childhood to get rid of the negatives, because those made me who I am too, and I like who I am. Being different from most of my peers makes me appreciate people even more, I think, because I sort of have to fight for their attention sometimes, and I know what it’s like not to get it. Being unsuccessful at relationships makes me value them even more than I would have if they came easy to me. So I’ve gotta wok hard. I can do that, and in the mean time, I can enjoy what makes me different and colorful and interesting.