Arianna Stonewater

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About Arianna Stonewater

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    Rattlesnake
  • Birthday 01/17/1989

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    ar1227
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    Green
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    Female
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  1. I've sadly never been outside of the US (not even Canada or Mexico!) but I would one day love to go abroad! I'd love to see the Eiffel Tower, Paris' Disney, and of course the museums! Kings Dominion in Virginia has tower similar to the Eiffel that's really pretty, especially at night!
  2. I love pretty much any kind of bread, so of course i love croissants and baguettes! I also really love crêpes and chocolate eclairs!! When it comes to food, I'll try anything once, but with foreign food I'd probably want to try it before I know what it is. For example, there is a chance I'd love escargot, but the idea of eating snails is very unappealing to me!
  3. I'd like to do graphics for HOLLERS and SHOP in addition to my Meet the Snake column, please and thank you! (I already have one person who replied, just waiting on the second person for the column!)
  4. I really love Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince, though I haven't seen the movie yet, despite Netflix's insistence. I also like The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexandre Dumas; the movie version wasn't too bad either. But my favorite book is probably Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, though i really love most things Jules wrote. As far as actors/actresses, I really like Vincent Cassel (loved him most as François Toulour in the Ocean's movies and Robin Hood in Shrek), Andre the Giant (i liked his wrestling career the most, but he was perfect for The Princess Bride), and Alexa Davalos (enjoyed her in Chronicles of Riddick but I thought she did great in the TV movie Surrender, Dorothy) For Movies, I recently watched Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart which was very well done and also kind of sad. I also love Moulin Rouge. While there aren't many French stage productions i like, I would be remiss if I denied the importance of their passion plays or baroque plays/musicals when looking at the evolution of theatre today.
  5. Here is my Avatar & Siggy:
  6. unfortunately my availability is shaky with everyone going on IRL, so plan without me and I'll try to fit it in!!
  7. thanks for running this! I can't believe how many different ideas you came up with for the cards!!
  8. I'm sure the Dungeon ceilings are high enough for that!! So pretty....
  9. Maybe I should try. Aurelia?
  10. Welcome to all of our non-"Slythering" friends! Some advice during your time here: First years are advised to stay away from shadowing corners as our pet Lethifold Malumbrabas (Brabas) likes to snack on first years All students are advised to be mindful of where they are looking as our other pet, Basil (a basilisk), can be very tricky and you don't want to be turned to stone! We all enjoy fun and games here so stop by Silly Snakes to participate in one of our games, or start your own! We are all very friendly, so don't hesitate to ask us anything! Snakes, did I forget anything else? Lions, Birds, and badgers; what brings you to our serene dungeons?
  11. Granted, but the house was so overcome with things to do it decided the only thing to do was light itself with "cleansing fire" and now you have no house I wish throat lozenges came in better flavors
  12. "You can say so as often as you like, but I don't believe it."
  13. Revelio is wrapping up, I loved all the clues everyone was coming up with, and Prof. Amy did an AMAZING job thinking of some obscure items for the cards! Bookclub finished up with the Hunger Games and now we've started Inkheart! Sadly, I've already packed my hardcopy but I have found a decent pdf version (much better than my Harry Potter pdfs!) that I think will work just fine Hollers, largely in part thanks to Maxim, has been much more active! I love all of the different activities Maxim has thought of for the various holidays in the Creative Outlet area; we are very lucky to have this new member on our team! Still no laptop, and it looks like we're going to wait until we move at the end of June/beginning of July to get one since we aren't sure when my husband will start getting paid from his new job then, but I've been making do with my work computer and cell phone work in the meantime so it hasn't been too bad.