Bahaha no I’m not ratchet enough o__O
once in kindergarten a girl asked me to write “super girl” on her arm since i was the only kid who could write so i wrote “shit” on her arm and i hid under the table for like 30 minutes then the teacher found me and yelled at me then called my parents and my dad laughed so hard he cried
Do you know how to twerk? Haha
if she doesn’t text you when shes drunk then you aint da one
If you had to, how would you describe 'Cate?' And how does 'rave Cate' differ from regular. Cate?
I’ve seriously been pondering this question all weekend haha
The English major in me would love to simply describe myself as an enigma and leave it at that, but that hardly answers your question. I’m an endless contradiction of myself – introverted while also extroverted, bubbly with a dark side, a social butterfly with reclusive tendencies, all of which have substantial reason as to why exactly they exist. I’m a loyal and compassionate friend, sometimes even more so towards people (and animals) whom I’ve never met. The past 2 years have taught me to stop caring – not fully in a depressing sense but more in terms of not allowing myself to get hung up on anything petty or negative.
Truthfully, the difference between “rave Cate” and “regular Cate” is very minimal. I may have only been going to raves since I turned 18, but EDM – including the belief in PLUR - has been a part of my life since I was at least 13 or so. I don’t necessarily believe that there really should be a distinct difference between a person’s rave persona and who they really are (obviously this doesn’t include professional settings), I mean I seriously doubt that anyone who’s met me was the least bit surprised that I rave. If anything, “rave Cate” is essentially “regular Cate” ;)