Penname: Helena Valentine [Contact]
Real name: Margret Green
Member Since: 05/01/06
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Hey, Helena Valentine here. i decided to change my bio, since i read some of the awsome other ones. uh huh... ok.... i think I'll just put my away messages, because i like them. that sounds pathetic, but they really are good, i stole them from old quotes and stuff.

1: So there really wasn' t anything in my pumpkin juice?

2: Acio brain!

3: i am away. i am celebrating new year, with my tv and my cat and my computer while my mom and sister and my mom's boyfriend celebrate a big shiny ball to fall very slowly and without a crash

4: I have had enough of being chained in a land where the fifth horseman of the Apocalypse reigns supreme, Iím going outside

5: Growing older is mandatory, growing up is optional.

Well, that's all for now. I'll probably change this later because it's fun...
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