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full name: ronald gregory graham
<br>nick name(s): ron, ronnie.
<br>birthday: april 21st
<br>grade/occupation: college grad
<br>hometown: new york city, new york
<br>parents: Elizabeth Louise Graham - 45
<br>Gregory Bernard Graham - 47
<br>marital status: single
name/alias: ARI !
<br>face claim: Christopher Colfer!
<br>member group: grad. student.
<br>contact: AIM! awildariappeared. SKYPE! ari.is.cool
<br>other: hi i like walruses
<center><div class="appstyle3">what's your home life like?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
My home life? I hardly even pay attention to my mother and father anymore, after I came out, shit just went down the drain. My mother is basically the 'ideal housewife' to everybody on the outside. But really, I was the one who cooked and cleaned. Mostly because I offered to do it, that woman couldn't microwave a TV dinner properly. I was getting sick of her just telling us to eat out. Guess who cooked every holiday dinner up until I moved out? Me. I honestly have no clue what she is doing now. My father is the big business man who is never home and when he is home he is locked in his office. I could almost promise you my mother just went for my father for the money. There isn't any love in the glances they give each other, it's basically empty. It's kind of pathetic and I hope I never end up in a situation like that. Before I came out, we were all somewhat of a family. But I told them I was gay before I decided where I was moving to and I just wanted to get out. I told them I was gay and they started laughing, when I insisted I was serious, I was told to leave as soon as possible and come back when I 'straightened out.' Not the best home life, I suppose. Seeing as I haven't talked to them since.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3"> what are some of your likes? dislikes?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
My likes? When I think about this more I realize how much more stuff I tend to dislike than I tend to like. But whatever, I'll make a brief list, yes?
I like, singing, anything to do with Broadway, musicals, fashion, cats, reading, sarcasm, coffee shops, coffee, cozy winter nights, scarves, hardworking people, being on the stage, being competitive.
I dislike, exceedingly hot summer days, when I run out of coffee, boring people, my parents, homophobes, people who try way too hard, when I mess up with my singing, tacky things, stupid people, when I don't get what I want, when I get beat out for roles, people who think things are gonna be handed to them, and people who try and beat me out of things.
I am absolutely positive there are more things I dislike and like. But if I kept going I would be here forever and that certainly wouldn't be any fun. Especially since my dislikes can go on forever.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3"> what are five words that describe you? explain.</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
5 words? Certainly I couldn't be explained in just five, but since you asked, I suppose I'll obey for once. First, I am not even going to beat around the bush. I am a big <b>bitch</b> from time to time, I honestly am not even going to lie about this. It's mostly to do with who my colleagues and peers are, because I suppose I am a bit upfront about what I think about people and I guess it's not really being blunt anymore, it's being a bitch. But whatever, it's fine by me. I am also extremely <b>competitive</b>, either you go big or you go home. Because I strive to be the very best I can be and if you try to become better than me, you better wait, because I'll show you up one way or another. I wouldn't have majored in the preforming arts, specifically musical theater if I wasn't trying to be the best I could be. In anything I do I automatically strive to be the best. Which brings me to another word that describes me. <b>Dedicated</b>, I am completely and utterly dedicated to theater. I work hard at it, I wouldn't want to be doing anything else. I absolutely adore it. That's why I dislike people who think things can be handed to them. I work so hard at theater, memorizing my lines, memorizing the songs, perfecting everything, and it pisses me off when people just think everything is gonna be handed to them. <B>Loyal</b> is another word, I'd think. I might not be the most approachable person all the time, but once we are friends. I have your back. If you need me to do anything, just say something. I love to be able to help you out with anything. If you are sick, I'll take care of you, if you need a favor, I'll gladly help. Of course I have my days where I am pissy, but most of the time I am way too loyal for my own good. I have yelled at many a person for messing with some of my best friends. And last, but certainly not least, I am a <b>hopeless romantic</b> through and through. I've always wanted to be swept off my feet by a Prince Charming, being treated like a prince, basically the whole nine. It's kind of a sappy stupid thing, but it's probably something I have been stuck on for the longest time. But I suppose I can sit and wait for my Prince Charming.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">what are your goals in life? </div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
If my number one goal wasn't blatantly obvious already, I want to be on Broadway more than anything. A big Broadway star, it's probably everything I have wanted since I started taking drama in middle school. It's became my biggest focus lately, I get so caught up in it sometimes, I forget about everyone and anything else. But that's my biggest goal. To be something big in musical theater, because honestly, musical theater is my passion and basically what I live for.
I guess another goal would be just to be happy. Of course I am happy now, but everything could be a bit better, right? Maybe reconcile things with my parents, find someone who loves me for me, and just keep doing what I love. It's might be a cliche, but I just want things to be perfect even though it seems insanely far fetched. But still, I consider this one of my goals. Even though I have no clue if I am going to achieve this.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">would you rather be liked or feared? why?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
Liked or feared? There is cons of both isn't there? Sure you will be liked, but you won't have any authority. People might easily take advantage of you. Being feared, sure you will have power, but you will most likely be alone without any support. So I pick both. Liked and feared, I suppose. Not feared in an absolutely terrified way of course, but just to the point people know that I have authority. But liked so that way I know people will look out for me and have my back as well. I like a nice balance.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">what are your hobbies?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
Hobbies? Well, besides the obvious fact that I absolutely adore singing as a hobby. I am also an avid reader, most likely, when I am not singing or practicing or something of that sort I am curled up with a book. I often reread a lot of books, because sometimes I find myself too caught up in most of the plots, and also not enough motivation to just go pick out another book, because I know I'll end up spending far too much on books. Another thing, I suppose, is cooking. I love to cook and I had to do it a lot when I was back home in New York, so I learned to enjoy it quite a bit. It's a nice alternative to having to get fast food all the time (plus fast food ruins a nice figure.) And one last thing I guess is considered a hobby is shopping? Before I left for college, I absolutely insisted that my father give me some way to pay for all the necessities and basics, so I got a credit card linked to his account. I use it for necessities... Most of the time. But other times, it's just buying expensive clothes and shoes. It really doesn't make that big of a dent, but sometimes I wonder when he is gonna notice how much I spend on clothes.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">are you more of a dog person or cat person?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
Oh dear, an animal question. I love animals so much, so I hate having to pick. But I frankly have to say cats. I feel like cats are more my pace and they are much easier for me to handle than a dog. Of course I would certainly not mind a small dog. But I feel like cats are lower-maintenance and I wouldn't have to pick up the dog's... Droppings, which is one thing I definitely would not like to have to do. So, to stop just being indirect. I am a cat person.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">what is/was your favourite high school subject?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
Would it surprise you if I said drama? Probably not, which is why I am going to pick a different subject. My favorite subject besides drama, had to be a creative writing class I took. I loved to read, so I figured I'd give a go at writing, I was certainly not the best writer, but I still enjoyed my time in that class. It was probably because the teacher was absolutely hilarious and I just had an overall good time in that class. I love to write though, even if I may not be the best writer out there, so that was probably one of my favorite classes.
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3">introvert or extrovert? why?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
I am definitely an extrovert. I am simply not afraid to approach people, talk to people, speak my mind to people. I used to be quite the shy kid back in seventh grade, but I came out of my shell later that year. Probably when I developed quite my bitchy personality, but nevertheless, I am an extrovert through and through. I can't imagine keeping to myself at all. The only time I keep to myself is when I absolutely do not want to deal with anyone, which is a rare occurrence
</div><p><center><div class="appstyle3"> is there anyone special in your life?</div></center><p><div style="padding: 0 5 5 5px">
You mean like a boyfriend? Not at all. I don't think I have had a 'special person in my life' since about sophomore year of high school? And I really wouldn't even consider that a solid relationship, it was just a bit of flirting and kissing hear and there. Nothing definite and he eventually moved on to some other guy. So I certainly do not have anyone special in my life, I am just waiting for my Prince Charming.