Hey, I'm Conner; 19. I'm currently living in Winter Park, FL going to school at Full Sail for Computer Animation. I'm really not sure where I'm going or what I'm doing at this point, but I guess I'll just keep drinking tea and trying to have fun. I try not to ever have a plan extending past a weeks time and I'm constantly struggling to find new ways of breaking my comfort zone. I like bikes, video games, crafts, flow arts, good music, bruises, fire spinning, musicals, partying hard, and a whole bevy of other stuffs! So pretty much your stereotypical 'arts student'. Hit me up if your bored and need a friend, I love talking to people :3
I’ve got a few; I heart Huckabees, Pulp Fiction, and Fight Club
19.A fact about your personality
I’m a narcissistic fucker, and a compulsive liar.
21.What I love most about myself
My constant uncertainty
36.Where I would like to live
Oh good one!
Manhattan, San Francisco, Seattle, Boulder CO, Toronto, Montreal, Sweden, New Zealand, London, somewhere in the Ukraine, and hopefully rio de janeiro. I don’t want to travel. I want to live all over the world.
37.One of my insecurities
At times I feel like the more I try to be myself, the more I’m just becoming a fake. I just try to do and be what I want and enjoy, but I worry that I’m subconsciously fooling myself.
For the past few day’s there’s been a dead cat on the side of the road that I had to ride right past. I just kept feeling bad whenever I saw it, then trying to ignore it as I passed.
after a couple of days someone cleaned it off the road. but you can still see the decomposition and blood rotted onto the road, reminding you of what was there.
Real life doesn’t work quite like that though. Sometimes it is possible to ignore the dead cat, and carry on about your day; but no one will come clean it off the road for you. and even after you’ve cleaned it up and dealt with it, whether it be through doing it yourself or having someone else do it for you; that stain will always be there.
Reminding you of what was.
And what died.