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  • Something to tell the world!

    I'm a teeny-tiny Korean girl who wasn't born in the US but might have been.
    시비 걸지 마세요 오홍홍홍 시비 걸면 니 다이깬다 😁
    My name is Kylie--> yes, very much like Kylie Jenner
    Anyways I'm 17 and I'm a fetus-sized human being.
    Hmmm and I used to live in NYC, and I really love the city...I love all the buzz!
    Now I live somewhere not in the city, back at my parent's place.
    I'm 160 cm-5'2. Yeah, I'm Freaking tiny!-update: 2019 i finally grew!!!
    I'm also a talkative person-I will eventually talk your ear off!
    Plus I'm high-key flirtatious all the time
    If i seem very flirtatious its either a. I am flirting or b. im just trying to be nice
    I am asexual and I'm proud that I am!
    I may be gender-fluid too. I just wanna experiment.
    Don't let the sunny disposition fool you
    Sometimes I don't know what I'm talking about as I speak it. Sometimes I don't know why I live. I guess complications make me live.
    Im also a huge idiot
    feel free to add me on discord: poumuoq#4905

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    I love to read anything in general...I love anything that will interest me. I also like vintage films compared to new films...like Pulp Fiction

  • I always enjoy talking about...

    I love to talk about anything. Thats what I love to do....talk talk talk talk TALK! I hope you like talking to a talkative girl!

  • I'm excited about...

    Photography, scrapbooking, and journaling are all of my hobbies. I also enjoy producing music, writing lyrics, and just writing in general! I would love to talk to a person who also enjoys all/some of the above!

  • Personal skills

    I think that I have communicational skills. My dream job is to become a therapist, or a singer, or something of that sort-something that includes communication. Once again I love to talk. And to be able to have the natural born ability to communicate skillfully, personally, I think that it's a wonderful gift. But it doesn't matter if you were born with it or not, communication skills can be acquired. And yes, it takes a large amount of time and a large amount of effort to acquire skills. Okay getting off topic...I'm going nowhere with this. This is one problem with ADHD...give me one topic, I will drag the conversation all over and still somehow be able to end up wherever I started. Yes, my vocabulary isn't very strong, as you might have noticed by now. How obsertive of you, the ones who did notice! I also think that observatory skills are a wonderful trait, whether you were born with it or not. Observatory skills take a long time and strong concentration to accumulate. Once again, this talk is going straight up into the sky. What was I talking about in the first place? Oh right, personal strengths. Hopefully, this rant gives you proof of my conversation skills. If not...oh well. I tried my best...don't judge me, I want to rant freely. Speaking of, ranting about the most random and absurd topics allows one to clear their mind. It's like this: Ranting is a way of your brain doing a spring cleaning of its hard-drive. It's fun, it kills time, and a lot of interesting points and topics can be picked out. Surprisingly this is what I do to prepare for essays and other papers. Fascinating, right? Okay, this talk is getting out of hand.

  • I'm an expert at...

    Procrastination. I know it's a bad habit but I really can't help it....it really is bad! Can someone please help me get over it? I would really appreciate the help!

  • Childhood pleasures

    As a kid, I enjoyed role-playing a lot. It's kind of like acting-I got to put myself in someone else's shoes. I get to become whomever I wanted to be! I do still like acting, and I think my love of roleplaying and my ability to change my persona into whomever I imagine helped me get into some of the characters I had to act out for school plays and musicals. It's a wonderful thing to be able to come up with a plethora of characteristics-one never quite alike to another. Of course, my acting skill isn't the best, I'm actually quite embarrassed about my acting skills. Still quite childlike, I'd say.