Hi all, I know I haven’t been entirely active as of late, but I’m just going to have to shift that blame over to the swelling pressure of exams. I’m frantically trying to schedule posts to maintain a somewhat regular uploading scheme through the busy few next months, and so I do apologise if I haven’t checked out your blogposts in a while – I will be doing a large check-up tonight!
Now for today’s post: The Dragon Loyalty Award. I was very kindly nominated by Lauren (@ Always Me), whose blog I cannot forcibly recommend enough. Thanks so much!
The Rules (edited) :
1. Give nine facts about yourself. Either 4 will be true, and 5 false, or 5 will be true and 4 false – you decide!
2. Tag other bloggers.
Then it’s up to you to decipher what’s the fact, and what’s the fiction in my self-indulgent list of sorts. Comment down below, and I’ll reveal the answers in a week’s time!
Now for the facts.
When I was born, my parents gave me the name Alexander and called me this for 10 minutes, before deciding that actually it really didn’t suit me.
My favourite colour is definitely a light orange, but I tend to wear blues/greys because I can never find good orange clothes (most of them look like I’m wearing sick, which definitely isn’t the style I’m aiming for, let’s be honest.)
My favourite TV show of all time is Sherlock.
I have never broken a bone in my body – personal safety is an essential aspect of life, no?
I have never actually watched Mulan, or Pocahontas in my teenage life, and can’t remember if I ever watched them as a child either (don’t shoot me). I always pretend they’re some of my favourite Disney films when they come up in conversation too. *nods along with people talking*. I tend to just say “Colours of the Wind” is my favourite Disney song (which it is) to satiate people’s curiosity and make it seem like I have an opinion.
I briefly met Justin Bieber and Maisie Williams at a red carpet event – they were both so lovely, and it was such a surreal experience!
Creme eggs are amazing, and probably my favourite chocolate eatery.
I am taking English Literature, History and French for my A-levels. *eek*
Elf is indisputably my go-to Christmas film; my view is that those people who don’t find it funny deserve to be shunned from society. The Polar Express?! Doesn’t come close. Home Alone? It’s okay, but nothing lives up to Buddy the Elf. Heck, I even saw the musical.
What’s the truth? Let me know what you think! Also: I’m planning a Q and A to upload on Wednesday next week – I’d really appreciate it if you could comment down below any questions you have!