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Name: Hello, I am Rosa.

Age: At the moment? Depending on who you ask, I am either 14 years, 15 years and 2 months and 10 days, or 21 years and 2 months and 10 days of age. I'm inclined to believe the middle one, although it's the most irritating one.

Location: The posh end of the rough bit of the best city in the biggest country in the UK (and none of that south/west side nonsense. it's all about the east)

Education: None. None that matters, at least. All I've got to show for my time here on earth is a Flute Grade 5 with merit, and a national maths bronze award. Neither of which will get me very far.

Girls or Guys: Both.

Status: Single, but not because I have shingles.

Pillows? What about them? They are good, yes. I sleep with five (one feather-type, two primark, and two cushion things)

Occupation: None. I'm not old enough to qualify as a student, and at the moment, I'm just too lazy to get a job.

Going? My biggest ambition in life is to a be a hobo on a freight train. Failing that, I would quite like to be an X-Ray technician, or something like that.

Favourite Food: Entrecot or Sirloin (steak), or most any baked apple pastry-type edible.

Favourite Band: I haven't really got one. I listen to everything from Jill Scott (she's not Gil Scott-Heron, but I listen to him too) to Satyricon. I just have no stamina when it comes to negative opinions. But I have a (mildly) guilty love of less-respected whiny bands/artists that are aimed at spoilt, bratty teenagers and fawning 12-year-old girls with a love of t-shirts that say 'rock star' on them.

Favourite Book: That might be even harder. I really liked Scott Westerfield's Uglies, Pretties & Specials trilogy (well, quantology, or whatever you call them). But I'm not sure they were my favourite books. I don't know, honestly.

Favourite Film: 28 Days Later. It's either that or Psycho (I've never known how to spell that), although I haven't seen it since I first saw it. I think Hitchcock was amazing, and I also really love Bernard Hermann's soundtracks, and them both combined with the fact that it was the last film I really remember scaring me like good horror films should makes it definitely one of my all-time favourites. I really like 28DL because it was totally new, and even though it didn't scare me, the sequence when Jim has freed the infected soldier and the rage virus is spreading through the soldiers and Jim is trying to find Selena and Hannah completely gave me an adrenaline rush. It still does make my heart go thump, and I really love the thumbs bit. I really like how they did it, and it looks really realistic. And the soundtrack for that, also, really works.

And that should tell you all you need to know about me, eh?

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