Basics - let us never forget what we might have missed.AGE:
College student | Senior | Biological Anthropology MajorETHNICITY:
Spanish, Native MexicanSIBLINGS:
Rodrigo del Castillo & Pilar del Castillo (née Guerrero)HOMETOWN:
Seville, Spain | San Antonio, TexasHAIR COLOR:
Naturally dark brown, currently dyed with golden highlightsEYE COLOR:
5'4" (162.56 cm)WEIGHT: FACE CLAIM:
Character Survey - we never understand what is on our noses.001. What type of porn gets your motors revving? (be honest)
Why watch porn when you can make your own?002. Do you think being gay is a disease, or do you think people are born gay?
Nope.003. What 's in your sandwich?
Are people getting sandwiches? I never got one.004. What's your best and worse memory?
Worst: Moving to San Antonio (no offense to San Antonio but it's got nothing on Seville)
Best: Believe it or not, going to Jamison. Meant I didn't have to live out of my car anymore.005. What's the most attractive feature in someone else?
A sense of style.006. What is the best pickup line you've ever heard or said and the worst one?
Is there such a thing as a best pickup line?007. How do you respond to help of any kind, especially when you never asked for it?
Depends on the nature of the help offered.008.
Pussy Cat or Cock Dog?
Cocks; Cats.009. Are you a vengeful person?
I can definitely hold a grudge but I rarely waste time trying to get revenge.010. What is your most Bizarre talent?
I know just what to say to piss someone off.011. Did you feel violated taking this survey?
Not really. It just seems pointless.012. Anything else?
History - we need to know where we come from.OVERVIEW:
Anaïs was born in Seville in southern Spain. Her father was Spanish-American and had met Anaïs's mother while working in Spain. The family of three eventually moved to the United States when Anaïs was 10 years old. It was a definite culture shock for her but her father had lost his job in Seville and so had returned to his hometown in search of employment. With next to no money the small family had no choice but to move in with Anaïs's paternal grandparents. Her mother hadn't worked since she was born and shunned the idea of working a minimum wage job. It put a strain on the marriage, the two fought constantly. Unable to handle the unsuccessful new life in America, Pilar fled back to Spain. She promised she would send for her daughter when she had the means to do so. Anaïs felt completely betrayed by her mother. Her father had taken up drinking and wasn't really a source of support or comfort.
Tragedy struck again when at 16, Anaïs lost her grandparents. They died within two months of each other. They had left the house and their other assets to their son. It wasn't much but it did help. Her father had managed to get a job teaching at a local school. He was a high functioning alcoholic, Anaïs tended to avoid him and threw herself into her studies. In her last year of high school she made some stupid mistakes, like making a certain video with a certain girl and having it found by her father on a certain laptop. The two got into an explosive argument that culminated with Anaïs getting thrown out. It was the roughest year of her life. She spent a week or so living out of the car her grandparents had left her before she moved in with a guy she had met a few months back. He was not a good guy, not in the least. In fact he was mixed up in some pretty crazy things, drug dealing being one of them. It was a terrible environment for her to be in. It was a miracle that she was still going to school. Somehow school was the only part of her life that kept her sane, something last vestige of her normal life, something simple and mundane that kept her grounded.
After almost a year her father reached out to her again. He was willing to take her back in, help her get into college under one condition, that she work on her 'issues'. She had told him repeatedly that she wasn't gay and that she had just been experimenting but he didn't want to hear it. He didn't believe her. Things hadn't gotten worse with her boyfriend so Anaïs was in no position to be a chooser and that was how she ended up at Jamison. It was better than nothing, certainly not as bad some of the students made it out to be then again, she wasn't being forced to outright deny her sexuality like some of them were.
Anaïs is a hardworking
individual. She doesn't expect any help from anyone, in fact she naturally assumes that she'll have to do everything on her own. In that same vein, she is a bit of a control freak
. She feels way more at ease when she feels she has complete control of a situation. Some people have called her overconfident
, that's not true of course because she has her insecurities like everyone else but she comes off as very sure of herself and in many ways she is. She is stubborn
as all hell specifically when she knows that she is right (which is 99.9% of the time
). Anaïs also enjoys speaking her mind, she can be a bit blunt
but never for the sake of being crass, just because people need to hear a little honesty (seriously it's a rare thing these days). She's also pretty artsy
which always surprises people when they see what her major is.
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