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  • My proudest accomplishments

    I survived working at a Summer Camp! This year (2023) was my first experience as a volunteer. So I wasn't even paid, ahah

  • My interests in other cultures

    I'm very interested in languages. But Japanese culture attracts me for so much more than that!

  • I'm an expert at...

    Poker face,
    Puns (or dad's jokes, really... it's that bad),
    Being quiet,
    Reading (fast!!).

  • A personal challenge

    I've ridden a horse, flown a plane, sailed a boat and driven a go-kart. I'm kind of proud of it. Flying was particularly difficult. There are a lot of rules to learn and respect.

    But... I think the hardest thing I've done (without too much success this time) is talking in public.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    Favorite... well, I don't know. I often change my mind about those things. But I liked:

    Wings of Fire, Tooth and Claw (I like dragons!)

    A book from Lemony Snicket is never a bad choice

    Fantastic Mr. Fox (I may be a bit less enthousastic now since my little brother made me watch it way too many times). Maybe The Nightmare Before Christmas? I enjoy animated movies. Funny movies. But a bit quirky with a sprinkle of dark humor.

  • Making the world a better place

    Seems like a lot of work...

  • Childhood pleasures

    Fidgeting with elastics,
    Getting an animal to trust you and let you pet it,
    Eating (too much) sugar,
    Enjoying memes.

  • I'm excited about...

    Having a cat! I'm alergic, and my dad too, so it was impossible to have one. But my parents said maybe a barn cat would be okay... now I'm waiting to find THE one.

  • It was better before

    CD. There was more songs on them, and the artwork was often fancier. It's true because my dad said so... mwahah I also happened to see his collection.

  • I wish people knew more about...

    Rules of savoir-vivre and etiquette. I feel it was easier to interact socially when there were clear norms, and that it was also easier to speak up our mind subtly (now when can say pretty much wathever we want, so we can act really dumb instead of subtly dumb...)