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Riddle Me This.

I am something...
It seems I have a knack for screwing things up
I go late for most of my classes
When I finish eating I hate to pack my plates up
Sometimes, you catch me walking too fast with an unkempt hair and totally no make- up
I'm abnormal, I''m a weirdo,I'm a loner.

I am something...
I like to eat my food fast
If I were to contest in an eating competition, I don't think I'll ever come last

I am something...
I am a fairy tale kinda lady
I picture a beautiful marriage with kids just on the first date

I am something...
I can not be put in a box
I am wild and free
I like to make a lot of mistakes
I am pathetic and silly
Shaken but unmoving
I am not nice
 I am not a pretender
Hit me once and I'll hit you twice

Enough said

What am I?


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