My name is Coralina. 17. Leeds. Attend lower 6th form atm.
Taken by Michael, love him loads. (L)
Amber is my best friend, she is amazing, as are all of my friends.
I'm happy, friendly, and well. wayyy chill.
So talk to mee. :)
Anywhere nice and warm. Peaceful places. Places with my friends. :)
My Favorite Foods:
I like spicy foods, curries are me faveee.
My Favorite Beverages:
Tropical juice, Dr Pepper, alcoholll!! :)
My Favorite Sweets:
I'm more of a crisps person tbh,
My Favorite People:
Alishia Amber Vickers.
Michael Andrew Scully.
Liam Kyle Redhead.
Felix Aaron Scollen.
Sarah Elizabeth Hall.
Sarah Jayne Moore.
Luke Steven Taylor.
Megan Emmi Murphy.
The group pretty much!! :)
My Favorite Sports Team and/or Individual Sports Personalities:
My Favorite Books:
Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli, it's really cute and good. :)
My Favorite Movies:
My Favorite Television Shows:
Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps.
Summer Heights High.
Gavin And Stacey.
Snog Marry Avoid?
Most things on bbc3 and c4/e4 tbh.
My Favorite Music:
Anything with a moveable beat.
My School or Alma Mater:
Wortley High Specialist Arts College
Erm, I passed all of my GCSEs?
Why I'm Here:
To Network, To Make Friends
Being with my friends, getting drunk, having a laugh. I love animals as well. Anything and everything. :)
I hope to have a happy life, whatever that will be doing.
Pretty much same as my hopes, to be happy.
Hmm, I don't know?
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