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This is my talk bubble of the epic Unknown AKA Young Master Xehanort.
I was born and raised in San Diego which is where I've been my entire life. When I was two, I grabbed an old-fashioned can opener and began running with it. I tripped, severely cut my top lip, and was rushed to the ER. Now there's a scar where the cut was.
I am a very bright guy with a very creative personality and is shy as well. Aside from gaming, I love to write. I dabble in drawing every now and then, but do frequently create digital images, and rarely, videos. I am a Furry. I aim to be a Game Designer. With my job as Game designer, I plan on working on amazing games like Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts (or maybe even Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts themselves...). I aspire to create Visual Novels as well. I am an avid collector of the Kingdom Hearts manga. I also collect coins, pins, lanyards, and various other game/anime related products. I am big into TV shows-most programs that fall under fantasy, action, science fiction, or police. My top favorites, not necessarily in order, are Once Upon A Time, Arrow, 24, The Walking Dead, Colony, and The Blacklist. I love listening to music. It helps me be productive. I find quiet to be quite annoying and bothersome when working on something.
When I listen to music I form an order or choose an already made/official playlist and once I start listening to the music, my law of "Sacred Consecutivity" comes into effect. It's my biggest pet peeve when my music is interrupted. Therefore the law is broken when:
Someone starts talking to me
Some event or action just "has" to have me pause the music
When the battery in the device dies
Consecutivity comes from the word "Consecutive" and is made by me to be a synonym for "Consecutiveness" to replace the latter term. I refuse to use the proper word because I feel more comfortable with the one I formed.
The title itself, "List of Musique Internaciónal", consists of English, French, and Spanish.