I hope you can get to know me with these 3 photos. Thank You!
I’ll try to do so with great pleasure.
Female. Around the age of…17-20.
I see a lot of England. Beatles, Sex Pistols, the map of British Isles (Is Scotland covered for a reason?)
Therefore you mostly likely aren’t British because if you were, you wouldn’t be as obsessed with England.
Seven dwarfs, a fairy tale, probably holds a sentimental value since it’s framed, or you just like fairy tales a lot. I think that is George Harrison on your shelf, also framed, not to mention the picture of him shaving. These aren’t ‘normal fan’ photos, you are a fangirl.
A series of plushies, laundry basket outside, I can only guess you live in the house you grew up in.
Rolled up paper on the shelf, must be a drawing someone/you did. Maybe, maybe not.
The obsession with England continues, the flag was made by you.
Hunger Games (why is it on the wall when there is a board? It’s done with tape, may be placed before the board was there, though the movie is relatively new. Also the board had writings on it and you covered it with a photo, it probably belonged to someone else before or was yours but old) You like the dress of Katniss too, I assume.
Mockingjay pin. Mockingjay is a sign of rebellion for the Hunger Games books. I’m assuming you’ve read/want to read the books. You’re one of those kind of girls. You believe in rebellion and perhaps maybe even anarchy. You may be even an atheist, or agnostic depending on how much you looked into these (But you do have a cross there, is that sentimental or are you into religion? Though you don’t wear it, it’s under the fedora and unreachable. You’d put it somewhere more convenient if you wanted to wear it frequently.) Two books on the desk, fairy tale picture. Small notebook on the desk
Oh fine, I’ll just say what everyone is probably thinking by now. You want to become a writer. Probably interested in literature as a whole, and specifically english literature too.
I think I see a recorder there. Hm…I assume you just kept it.
Now, here is the good part. I see something called an ‘energy sistem’ there. It aroused my curiosity because that is certainly not how you spell ‘system’. I did a small research and went on the website, I’ve never heard of this brand before. A little looking around, contact info, 0034 area code and bam, you’re in Spain, am I correct? This confirms my previous theory.
You bought this (The box suggests a tablet, perhaps an e-book reader, since you like literature hm?) because these were cheap compared to apple and more popular brands. Or because of the whole, I won’t buy Apple because big corporations are ruining us, thing. Or maybe, this brand is simply popular in Spain. Then again, your laptop isn’t apple either, so I assume it’s money issues.
The open notebook and book suggests you did this on a whim, or when you just got up and said ‘ok, I will finally do this’ or maybe this was the first time you visited the page and you got excited to submit.
Maybe you wanted everyone to see you were studying. Your notes look neat. I can’t read the title of the book or anything on your textbook.
Burberry pattern looking pencil case, interesting, I think that speaks for itself.
Please do add where I have lapsed, thank you for the this privilege and the fact that I was able to be distracted as I went through this processes.
Also, I just want to remind everyone that physical deductions can’t always be true, too many variables and the fact that people change things before they take pictures. Though this certainly was fun, these are all possibly long-shots. However, I trust these enough to put my name on it.
ELG, aspiring deduction artist.