BEHOLD, CHEVY SILVERADO SUNSET TITUS!!
Take that back: it wasn't the tenth when I signed up for this; it was the eleventh. But other than that I'm (currently) sixteen years old, probably a little too short for my age (but not giving the possible height), have the personality trait Taurus (although in "The Sims Bustin' Out" my character goes by the personality trait "Aquarius"), and I live in the country side. I was born the fourth of May back in 2000 and I live with my brothers (as I look close to the middle one) and parents. I have three dogs (Jack Russell Terrier, Jack Russell Chi-weenie, and Australian Shepherd) but no cats. I'm enrolled into the Automotive Tech Unit at a specified Career Center of Clarion County. Next year might be Diesel Tech Repair if I feel like it. There: I am known as "Chevy". Yeah, I love vehicles so don't judge me. At my home-school I am often known as the "Chevy Silverado" due to my endless bound energy and strength. But otherwise, students there just call me "Chevy", as it goes rather well with my last name. Or else I'm called "Char" as it's my actual nickname (short for Charlene). I'm also known as "Char-Char", "Charlotte", "Cheyenne". I'm a bit different from the other girls in my grade when it come to dreams. I dream of mostly of boys, zombies during the apocalypse, vampires, and romances, not matter what year the year they take place in. I'm not afraid to admit that; there's other females out there that does that. When I'm old enough I want to have a daughter named Scott and son named Nickleback (as to referring to my favorite rock band).</p>
There's a lot for me to do in the country such as play basketball with my brother or alone like I usually do and play football and baseball with my dad when it's warm out. Sometimes I play bad mitten (in case no one knows what that is it's very similar to tennis) when I get bored. I enjoy getting outside and mess around like everyone else and get sweaty without caring.
I don't like being trapped indoors but there's times I have to be, even though I can't stand it. I can feel like a trapped lion or Bulldog (as that's my school's official mascot).
In my free time (1) I love to come up with my own crafts and stories to keep my mind busy while listening to music to concentrate. Sometimes I can and sometimes I can't. It usually depends for me. But other than that my hobbies are sports, music, art, working on big vehicles, reading, poetry and believe it or not writing, such as my own stories and my own songs. (So far) I've written 4 Country songs: Not the Same, This Silverado, Home Turf, and He's Sabastian Kifer and 2 Pop: Your Vampire and C'mon, Saby. But He's Sabastian Kifer has a bit amount of Pop sounding to it (it also describes a Boy I know for real; he isn't made up and I (somewhat or else now used to) look like him). If anyone on here knows that name or thinks they do, please don't bother asking me about him.
My favorite music genres are Country (such as American (and other regional) Artists like Trace Adkins, Luke Bryan, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Clay Walker, Jason Michael, Joe Nichols, Josh Turner, Justin Moore, Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett, Kenny Chesney, Easton Corbin, Dustin Lynch, Eric Church, Lonestar, Chase Rice, Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan, Blake Shelton, Sam Hunt, Florida Georgia Line, Eli Young Band, Zac Brown Band, Keith Urban, George Strait, Rascal Flatts, Brett Eldredge, Hunter Hayes, Billy Currington, Kip Moore, Lady Antebellum, Lee Brice, The Band Perry, Greg Bates, Colt Ford, Randy Houser, Scotty McCreery, Tim McGraw, Tyler Farr, Martina McBride, Sugarland, Big n Rich, Thompson Square, Old Dominion, Kelsea Ballerini's "Love Me like You Mean It", Cole Swindell Brantley Gilbert, Tracy Lawrence's "Texas Tornado", Thompson Square, Micheal Ray, Caanan Smith, Jada Kramer)
Smooth Jazz (Elan Trotman)
Certain pop(Maroon 5, Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke, Kendrick Lamar, Leona Lewis, The Lonestar, Muse, Pearl Jam, Savage Garden, Medic Droid, One Republic (their song "Love Runs Out" will go perfectly with "Fanon: Zombie Apocalypse: Dangerous Journey"), Imagine Dragons, Chad Kroeger and Carlos Santana's "Into the Night" and "Why Don't You and I", Carlos Santana, Nirvana, The Wanted)
Alternative Rock (Nickleback, Saving Abel, Def Leopard, Buckcherry, Fall Out Boy, Coldplay, Three Days Grace, Three Doors Down, Metallica, Poison, Priestess,)
Classic Rock (Hall and Oates, Carlos Santana, Heart, Reo Speedwagon, Peter Cetera, Cliff Richard, Foreigner, Hollies, Fleetwood Mac, Isley Brothers,Jackson 5, INXS, Manfred Mann, Marvin Gaye, Player, Sanford Townsend Band, Looking Glass, Richard Marxx, Robert Palmer, 4, Bellamy Brothers, Hues Corporation, Marilyn Manson"s version of "Tainted Love")
And I guess Rap (Eminem, Enrique Englesias, Hedley, Pitbull, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Kardinal Offishall,50 Cent).
In my free time (2) I enjoy going outside and playing sports and riding bikes until the sun sets and/or when it rains. When it does I enjoy lying on a grassy hill and watching the "rainbow"-like colors swarm as the sun's going down or get a faceful of rain when it rains. I picture my childhood through this process. When the sky's black velvet I love watching the stars as I collect my thoughts and planning the next day. I also enjoy watching the sky at night, looking for the Sagittarius and Aquarius constellations. Sometimes even the Milky way!
Ever since I was in sixth grade I've been coming up with short stories as a start. But now they're much longer and you can actually sit down to enjoy them. Some of my thirty to forty-some stories are in a series while others are on they're own. There's stories I began just after sixth grade but never finished them. That reason remains unknown. My most recent story I finished was just last month back in July: Rimersburg: Book 2: Part 2 (Rimersburg is a real place in the state of Pennsylvania just so you know). It took me just a little bit more than a month to complete. But part one was an exact month while the first one was only a week (I had a deadline to make). From that story is another one I came up with way back in (I believe) October in 2014: Zombie Apocalypse: Dangerous Journey (consists of 226 pages at a size 14 font with the font style Old English Text). The story makes you want to keep reading it and repeat as well as having a heart ache in several areas but I'm not spoiling the story. Sorry. Sometime just last month I decided to draw scenes and characters to make the story stand out. On the 18th of August I drew the Dodge Ram and the 19th I got the Chevy Silverado trucks drawn. I even wrote down facts about them and factual, too.
I grew up as an Artist, believe it or not. As this feels like an autobiography, I cannot stress putting in a bunch of facts about me. But back to Artist: I used to draw characters from the 1997 love story film "Titanic" as I had a huge heart for her. She was the star ship as well as the main characters: Jack and Rose (Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet). I often drew them to just have fun and work on my creativity until my drawings started making more sense. Later on I began to make little crafts and come up with mini comics to entertain crowds and have fun. I lost almost all of them afterwards while in fifth grade. And if anyone wonders: my teacher hated me and I didn't care after that. In sixth grade, which was my last year at Hawthorn Intermediate, I lost myself into not only drawing, but also the incredible Country music created in 2011 four years ago. I felt the music went extremely way with The Sims Bustin' Out, so I listened to that genre as I drew characters and made them stand out with oil pastels. I would also study the sunsets during the summer and winter, drawing and coloring it until it was my kryptonite. As the years passed by quickly until now I never stopped drawing nor sketching. I never seem to stop drawing Bustin' Out characters.
Many friends of mine believe I should be an artist as well as an author. I write and draw pretty much at the same time as I listen to music. Many believe it's fate as others believe it's just the way I roll. Sometime in twenty-eighteen (the year I (supposed) graduate) I hope to visit Nashville, Tennessee and become a Country singer. Followed from there: hopefully I'll be able to move to California and become an Artist and possibly an Author/Poet.
My favorite vehicle styles are pick-up trucks. I prefer them in 2014 models. They are the 2014: burgundy Chevy Silverado, black Dodge Ram, and red Ford F150.
My favorite dog breeds are full-blooded Boxers, Pit bulls, Bulldogs (as this is also my school mascot), Pugs, German Sheppards, and Chihuahuas.
I have Hazel eyes and brown hair (right now as that is). Fact about my eye color (for a change): it actually depends on the light fixtures I'm near or my mood. At times they're light/dark brown, caramel, jade/dark green, and even a couple shades of blue at night (or in the darkness or due to sadness). If they turn a hard light or (rare) dark brown you might as well stop messing with me; that means I'm either angry or getting irritated or annoyed. If they're jade/dark green that can depend. They turn turquoise when I'm crying due to sadness or due to being German.
A fact about my first Fanon: the character's first and last name (including nickname) are my names. The second one is a similar and changed replica of my original story (as I have admitted in the comments and yes: I'm actually Chevy Sunset). I agree with a few other users about it: it might not deal with much of The Sims 3 and it is pretty depressing in multiple areas. But in other areas of it: it is/or is funny and very touching so the readers of it can feel that the 1st Female Leader is doing an important part by protecting a half-human/zombie so he return to his human state since he has a second chance at it. And the audience can at least get a laugh because of the way people talk to the main characters (especially at the woodsy rendezvous) and how the zombies act. As I mentioned before: it's a much shorter and changed replica of my original type-out. (The link I came up with, but had a helpful administrator help with it). <a class="free" href="http://sims.wikia.com/wiki/The_Sims_Bustin%27_Out">http://sims.wikia.com/wiki/The_Sims_Bustin%27_Out</a>
Following to the last paragraph: I always enjoyed The Sims Bustin' Out when I was eleven years old. At that age before I was going into sixth grade I would get customize sims the way I wanted, such as recustomizing Woody and Peter Tutti. I drew Ziggy and Rod, too, but I threw "him" away because I hate him so much. Afterwards, Woody was the star as I would draw other drawings of him. I would use colored pencils, oil pastel, and even paint until I reached seventh grade; Peter became the next star. I never knew why I disrespected the character at first, but he's my top favorite of Free Play and the game itself. I lost the first drawing of him in October and was never able to find him. So I drew another one months later in March, followed by more and finally a handsome body version of him. The next few days later was Woody and Ziggy, followed b y another man named Scott next March. In eighth grade I drew and colored of what the height appears to be eight feet in length or something. But now, I just draw them for fun or to have something to do so my teachers don't growl at me for being lazy during study halls.
<img data-rte-meta="%7B%22type%22%3A%22ext%22%2C%22placeholder%22%3A1%2C%22wikitext%22%3A%22%3Cnowiki%3E%2A%3C%5C%2Fnowiki%3E%22%7D" data-rte-instance="105-20168965695623ab1e56d03" class="placeholder placeholder-ext" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIABAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAEALAAAAAABAAEAQAICTAEAOw%3D%3D" type="ext" />About the Sims Games: I just love them. As I was growing up I often found myself spending hours either on my DS or Xbox playing them. My top favorite of all the ones I've played is The Sims Bustin' Out. I just love the graphics, colors, sounds, the way people talk and the music. It brings back memories and my childhood as I constantly remember it through colors. The game makes you feel free as it teaches you about life. It gives off a lot in just a small sitting you can say. I even love how the makers of the game made it look like your sim is in Paradise in so many ways and make the men look like fashion stars in the hot v-neck t-shirt and snakeskin leggings with the Peter Tutti hair (for example). But the location: Is it California or what? Sim City looks like Los Angeles in my opinion, but yet Hollywood because of the sign in the background when you go to customize families in Free Play (I am trying not to be rude). I don't have much to say about The Sims where it looks like they live in Colorado somewhere. That's just my opinion (there's thousands of other places where it looks to be located). But I enjoy the game because first of all: the characters in the game make me laugh so much I can get a breathing problem. And the way you can dress the men is the funniest. I usually make ones I don't care for look like weirdos that just dress up in some get-up so they don't have to later. But the game itself has cool Country appearances as some of Sims Bustin' Out does. Those are the Xbox versions, by the way. I've played The Sims 3: Pets and the standard for Xbox 360. Both are pretty fun but my time varied with them. I've even played The Sims 2, Pets, and Apartment Pets on Nintendo DS. I enjoyed every minute of it. All I can say is: I play the Sims (any type I've played) way too much (l.o.l).