Well, as I stated before, I write fan-fiction often and watch an anime called One Piece. It's a bad habit of mine to make many different OCs (original characters), but never write any stories for them. Just today, I made a character named Tetra Akairo. She's the daughter of Red-Haired Shanks and is on her pirate journey with Luffy, her metaphorical little brother. She's a spunky girl with a taste for adventure and caution. She's very brave and stubborn, yet she can also let loose and have fun.
     Tetra is also the granddaughter of Captain Kuro, or Klahadore, and Lady Alvida. She doesn't know it, but she also has cat-like eyes and abilities. She's also a great thief and wants to become the greatest in the world. Her mother, Jun Akairo another OC, is one of the best thieves in the world and taught Tetra everything she knew.
 
 
     The Legend of Zelda may be an old video game that was made a long time ago, but I still love it. My grandmother got me started on playing video games when I was two. First, I used to play Sonic and Donkey Kong on the Sega64. I always watched my grandmother play Zelda when I was little and I thought it was coolest thing in the world. Over time, she bought more of the series and I learned to play them. We have books for at least most of the games, one was trashed and had to be thrown away, but we have several others.
     I also saw the old cartoon in a RedBox. My mother rented it for me and when I watched it with my family in the living room, we were cracking up. The laughter only kept going during the entire thing. It was hilarious, though! My uncle couldn't stand how they made Link look against Zelda. He couldn't tolerate the usual "Well, excuse me, princess!". Just writing it makes me laugh! The Legend of Zelda is an old game that I hopes never stops, because I want more games to play and find things out in.
     I'm the queen of finding out the weirdest things in this game. I'm the one in my family that figured out that if you hit the chickens enough in Twilight Princess, you become the chicken! I even found that if you sky dive in Skyward Sword, these multicolored, flying squirrels will make a ring around you if you catch them. That's all the stories for now, but I might post more in the future.
 
 
     Today in second period, a boy brought up a topic that I could only think of as a conspiracy theory. I'm not sure if this is right or not, but it's still interesting to me. He said that it seems like three of Tim Burton's movies play into each other. First he said that the dogs were the same in the Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie, which is not true. He also stated that the boy in Frankenweenie is the younger version of the boy in Corpse Bride. Again, it can't be because these movies were placed in different time periods. Finally, he said that the young man in Corpse Bride becomes Jack Skellington, which could be true, but seems very unlikely.
     I don't think this is true, but I could be wrong. Also, if you've never seen these movies, I suggest that you do. I don't own them, they do belong to Tim Burton.