roarallisaurus

Update #6.

Just got back from a 13-hour trip to Disneyland. :D Man, that was incredible.

I met my friend Alli in person for the first time.

I ate my first churro.

I was the “Rebel spy” in the first Star Tours we went on, and subsequently bought this T-shirt to represent.

And here is a list of all the rides we managed to fit in. I’ll try not to leave any out!

  • Indiana Jones Adventure
  • Space Mountain
  • Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
  • Star Tours (2x)
  • Innoventions
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Haunted Mansion
  • Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • The spectacular imagination show “Fantasmic”.

Guys, I can’t even describe how much fun I had. I’m super indebted to Alli, since she kept me from wandering aimlessly though the park after I saw my two priorities (Indiana Jones and Star Tours). :D 

"Allisaurus"

Choosing to ardently tunnel through most mountains

rather than simply climbing over,

you and I have seen many trials

and surpassed them in spite of their fervor.

As one of few ambassadors

to last year’s Cali vacation,

you gleefully embroiled me within

a slew of activities, foods, and elation.

Through our many talks,

walk through Disneyland, and the tasting of my first ever churro,

you’ve been marvelous and sweet;

one of the best friends that I know.

roarallisaurus  asked:

favorite book and why--GO!

Probably the second Hunger Games novel right now! I love that series so much, haha. The unique concept, the way the characters are fleshed out, the fact that Peeta’s personality and actions seem very much like my own all draw me in. I also loved reading the Lord of the Rings books, and many Star Wars books, haha. :P

roarallisaurus  asked:

let's depart from annoying tumblr crush questions.... favorite food/dish--GO!

Spaghetti! Well, most any Italian dish, really. Pizza. With green, banana, and red peppers. (I love the colors, and smells, and health benefits of peppers, sue me!) I absolutely adore Red Lobster and Olive Garden, if we’re talking chain cuisines, too.