Bra: C (natural)
Height: 155cm (5’1)
Measurements: 38 (bust) – 33 (waist) – 38 (hips)
Weight: Between 50-60kgs (human’s fluctuate).
Random other information
38-40 Europe, 8-10 US/Canada, 10-12 UK, 42-44 Italy, 10-12 AUS, 11-13 Japan
24cm / 9.5 inches: Europe 38, 6 US/Canada, 5.5 UK, Aus/NZ 5.5, Japan 23.5, China 39, Korea 241
When measuring, my feet are 23cm / 9 inches, but i generally buy a shoe about 24 cm – 24.5cm (9.5 inches). My feet fit in a 5, 5.5 or 6 in Australia, depending on brand and style of shoe, though with dimensions they are a size 5.
Pinky: 5 Ring: 9 Middle: 10 Index: 9 Thumb: 10
14cm [Tight] / 19cm [Pull over Hand]
33cm [Choker] / 58cm [Short] / 75cm [Long]
- Light Orange
Bharani (Lagna) / Uttara Phalguni (Chandra 5th) / Purva Ashada (Surya 8th) / Revati (Mangala 11th) / Uttara Ashada (Budha 9th) / Krittika (Guru 1st) / Jyeshtha (Sukra 8th) / Mula (Sani 8th) / Shatabhisha (Rahu 10th) / Magha (Ketu 4th).
- Favourite Fabrics
I love the smell of “heat”. Like when it becomes really hot outside, I like that smell. Like everything is blanketed by an aroma of pulsating heat.
Fruit / Candy < “natural sugar”.
Favourite fruits are pineapple, mango, raspberry, bananas, oranges, dates…
Favourite vegetables rocket, aubergine, lemon, ginger, tomato (fruit, shush), cucumber…
Favourite spices: Cayenne pepper, cumin, cinnamon, thyme…
Aniseed flavours (Licorice, Black Sambucca, etc).
Things that taste milky, (picture the taste of cashews) or have the milky biproduct taste like rooibos tea.
Cacao (dark chocolate, high percentage, without milk dilution)
Chia seeds (I quite like them, I just eat randomly for digestion)
Restaurants: Indian (variety of vegetable dishes, and nice spices), and Thai (has coconut milk a lot). Buddhist restaurants (they don’t put in some ingredients that I tend to avoid),
Meals: Banana Pancakes, Lentils, Dinkel pasta with pesto and rocket and kidney beans, Hummus and carrots, Mean Green juice, Berry smoothies…
Coconut water (out of the actual coconut that you cut open from the store).
Fresh juice or smoothies.
Merlot Wine (I prefer red than white, and I feel merlot is thick and slides down the nicest for me)
Variety of other dark liqueurs… not a fan of vodka (used to drink it premixed of course as its so common, but I’d rather opt away from it) or milk+alcohol.
Rooibos (traditional African tea)
Lemon Balm (melissenblätter)
Lemon, Ginger, Pomegranate, Aniseed, Spearmint, Cinnamon, Berry, Mango, Pineapple…
These flowers are either yellow, have eight petals, or both.
Marsh Tickseed (native to Canada and North America)
Single-flowered dahlias (native to Mexico)
Collerette dahlias (native to Mexico)
Craspedia (native to Australia and NZ)
Freesia (southern Africa)
Buttercups (Northern Europe)
Carnation (Croatia, Greece, Italy, and Spain)
Yellow Pansy (California, USA)
Location: Right side of body / rib cage.
Colours: Black and Red.
Meaning: I guess, this tattoo symbolises my innate nature to run from love. To ‘fly away’ where most people can’t reach. I will likely get this re-coloured later on, with the less coloured areas having yellow instead.
Location: Behind right ear.
Meaning: Spiritual adventure. One shoots an arrow, and then adventures to find where their arrow has landed. Experiencing the journey of collection and learning wisdom along the way.
Location: Back of right shoulder.
Colours: Black and Blue.
Meaning: Blue is the dragon flying over the water, like this, which is popular in dragon iconography. Over an ocean, towards a City. I am born in 1988, which is the chinese year of the Earth Dragon. Earth for a Dragon pretty much means I am the wealth dragon, the stable ‘less likely to kill you’ dragon, compared to the other types in the 60 year cycle. I’ve always been fond of dragon iconography.
Location: Back of left shoulder.
Colours: Black and Red.
- I have always rode horses as my hobby throughout my life. I love fast moving things. Cars, boats, planes (especially), motorbikes, rollarblades, etc. I love to move fast and feel the power of a motor and the burn of intensity. Out of all of them, the most exhilarating for my danger-addiction is horse riding. Nothing more exhilarating than riding a horse at a gallop, ur eyes tearing up with the wind in your face. Knowing if you let it, the horse will just keep powering on till it eventually tires. Kind of… at one with the speed. Feeling the horse pulse underneath you. So inevitably, one of my tattoos would always be a horse.
- The red is more complicated to understand. To kind of explain the concept that horse, for me, symbolises stability, therefore red. Red is the slowest moving vibrational colour, hence red lights symbolise stop, due to it being the slowest. So red is usually attributed to all things stable, grounded, slow, etc. Such as fear, career, time, bosses, etc. Traditionally a horse is not stability, it is a symbol of travel and information or wisdom (depending on culture). Though for me, it extends to also symbolise stability. So I coloured it with a red shadow.
- Pegasus or Unicorn are the metaphysical conceptualisations of horses. The ‘occult’ horses.
Location: Upper back / lower neck.
Meaning: It is Japanese. It means “Knowledgeable”, to learn, to study, to gain knowledge. I love learning, whatever form it takes.
Location: Top center back.
Meaning: This is the hardest to explain, so I left it till last.
The traditional meaning for freedom is for one to not be caged. For me this tattoo takes on a wildly different concept. It is more clearly defined as ‘true freedom’.
The concept of being caged sometimes, accounts as having more freedom. For an example, being single, means to always be in the rat race of looking for a partner to fuck. Sometimes not being successful and going home for an evening alone. Forever spending your time chasing, which takes up energy, resources, and time you may spend without companionship. Even if you are successful 80% of the time, you are still less successful than someone caged with sex on tap, even if that tap has a slower stream. There are benefits to having this freedom, not being caged with someone, but there are also negatives some people neglect to mention.
Similarly, being caged into a job, verses having to look for one. Having a job is tiresome, means you have to be responsible. Draining. Without one, you may be more free, but you are constantly needing to look for one to make yourself stable, reliable and to feel needed. This is complicated. This understanding of freedom. To be ‘truly free’ means to be filled with what you need so you are no longer searching to feel fulfilled.
When someone looks at this tattoo, their first notion may be the default definition of free, meaning not tied down. This is one a part of what being free actually means. Another concept of freedom is being smart enough to avoid recapture over and over. The fear of being without freedom, means you choose your cages more carefully. Being caged is a part of being human, the only thing you have at your disposal is to choose your cage.
I no longer cam. I cammed for about six months in 2019. I tried multiple websites. I enjoyed the sexualised element of it, but I am just someone who needs high intensity. As an example, when I watch porn, I watch multiple videos at the same time across monitors. I play a video game, whilst watching a video and maybe having an internal debate with myself over something. I generally do multiple things at the same time. In regards to this, I found camming very boring. The conversation was mostly the same repetitiveness, and I have heard this across many videos online of girls saying the same thing. The hardest thing about webcaming, is boredom. I did not survive the boredom. It was a killer for me. Also, not actually getting laid was a problem for me.