Penname: Mecha Springs [Contact]
Real name: Casie
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My name's pronounced, 'Cay-see,' and yes, I'm a girl. I have a slight (slight being a complete understatement) obsession with everyone's favourite werewolf, Remus John Lupin. I enjoy Swiss chocolate and have a soft spot for fouettes and laybacks - ballet and figure skating moves, respectively. My favourite book series are Midnighters (by Scott Westerfeld), Maximum Ride (by James Patterson), Twilight/New Moon/Eclipse (by Stephenie Meyer), and Harry Potter. Mecha, for those of you who don't know, is a type of anime/manga drawing, mostly robots with big guns/etc. I don't particularly enjoy it, but I thought it would make a good name for a fictional character, and, thus, Mecha Springs (my username and an imaginary person inside my head) was born. I favour an eclectic variety of music, from the band, 'The Hush Sound' to the song, 'The Wicked Witch of the East,' from the new musical, 'Wicked'.

And, yes, I do ramble a lot!

Cheers!
-Casie
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