~either i'm careless or i wanna get caught~
In the forums proper, I have a lot of fun just reading all the storylockes I can and trying to hone my own skills. There's so many talented people around and it just makes me want to get better. I also want to get into the comic side of FCR soon, because I know there's a bunch of great stories lying in wait there as well. But as far as nuzforums-adjacent, I spend a lot of time in the Nuzwriter's Lounge Discord and I've made a lot of really great friends who are incredible writers as well as people.What’s your favorite thing to do around the forums?
I have a few answers for this. The first that comes to mind is mewithoutYou. They were the first band I discovered with spoken-word interspersed with music and proper singing, and so they were odd to me at first. Combined with their lead singer's voice being out of the ordinary, it took me a while. But once I heard their record Pale Horses (partial inspiration for Behold, a Pale Horse!), it all came together and now they're one of my favorite bands.What's a musician or band that took you a few tries to get into, but now you love them?
Another answer is not so much the artists, as I haven't really delved into their discography, but the record Don't You by the band Wet. When it first came out, I wasn't very interested in anything with drum machine beats and my comfort zone was male voices and music. Thankfully, I've grown out of that completely and it's one of my favorite records of all time now. I'll drop links to a song by each band so y'all can check it out.
I have a friend who I work out with pretty often. He once told me "Out-weighing people isn't going to do anything for you. You have to outwork them." In that context, it was about putting in the work to lift and get as strong as possible without worrying about how much everyone else in the gym can lift. But I think it's a philosophy that transfers really nicely to all aspects of life. Work ethic and effort will get you further than natural talent, and worrying about what other people can do is only going to take away from what you can do.What piece of wisdom/advice do you stand by the most?
I feel like my favorite Pokemon changes almost all the time. For a long time, it was definitely Manectric and that sparky-boi's mega form also helped. I mean, a walking lightning bolt was just so cool. Right now, I'm kind of in favorite-mon-limbo, in that there's no obvious answer. If I could choose a top 5, it'd probably be Duosion, Oshawott, Grookey, Joltik, and Rockruff.What are your favorite and least favorite Pokémon and why?
Least favorite? Basculin. It sucks. It's just a fish. We already have a bunch of mons that do fish well. Garbage fish.
Funnily enough, it was hard to come up with an answer to this. Personally, I live by looking at the next day and let myself get surprised, positively or negatively, by what comes. But if I had to name something small, I think I'm excited for moving into an apartment off-campus for school this year and I am looking forward to an answer from NASA (although who knows what'll happen there).What is something you're really looking forward to?
Something small I'm looking forward to, though, is hopefully finishing Behold, a Pale Horse. Sure, I just started it, but I can't wait to see how it'll grow and how people on the forums react to it.
I don't really mess with random food combinations, I like to eat random meals but I guess the closest thing to an answer that I have is buttered salmon and spicy mayo. I know people don't like tuna, so maybe canned tuna and mayo with some lime is a better answer.What outlandish food combination do you actually like?