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My first LJ entry - yay! Originally, I wasn't sure if I should create an LJ account since noone would read my entries anyway. Besides, I live in Germany, so my English isn't very good either.

But here I am, ready to harass you with unimportant stuff about my life and probably lots of grammar mistakes! Muhahaha!

Okay, enough evil laughter for today. I shouldn't laugh anyhow at the moment because I'm sick and my throat is hurting.

As you see, I like to ramble. And this is what you'll find at this LJ in the future, too: rambling about my life and maybe someday also some fanfiction about FAKE. I have a few ideas there, but I'm not sure yet since my english is not so good. We'll see.

Let's end this very first post with some in-house advertising:

http://www.youtube.com/user/CrimzonStarz95x - My Youtube channel where you find mostly fanvideos about FAKE, Death Note and other animes and mangas.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Ananasbrause - My second Youtube channel with fanvideos about other stuff, e.g. Youtube stars, Harry Potter, etc.

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjThf-yMq-1Urffsjw1gyzA - My third and last Youtube channel with Nightcore music.

http://all-about-fake.jimdo.com/ - My fanpage about FAKE. It's not yet complete, but I work on it :)

http://rainbowflowergirl.deviantart.com/ - My Deviantart account. It's very new, so there's only one picture by now, but I already have many pictures (including fanart) that I'll upload there.

http://www.fanfiction.net/~kissfromablackrose - My account on fanfiction.net. If I'll ever write some fanfiction, I'll post it there as well as on my LJ and my jimdo page.


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Sep. 29th, 2012 10:06 pm (UTC)
What's wrong with rambling? I ramble all the time! I spent last weekend with my friend Patricia in Port Townsend, and our conversations rambled all over the place.

About your English: I beg to differ. Your English is very good. My German, on the other hand, is extremely bad. Thanks to once having had a German boyfriend, I can say a few words, but I never did get the hang of the punctuation. But hey, as long as I can order ice cream and beer, what else do I need?
Oct. 24th, 2012 07:50 pm (UTC)
Hooray for rambling! :D

Deutsche Interpunktion ist wirklich schwer. Sogar die meisten Deutschen haben damit Probleme.

Listen and repeat! Just kidding. But do you understand the sentences? (Google translator for the win?)
Well, as long as you are able to order something to eat and to drink, you will survive in Germany!

Did you by chance meet your german ex-boyfriend via your sister? I read she lives in Germany right now and was wondering... Or is it just a coincidence? (Sorry that I'm so nosy)
Oct. 24th, 2012 08:18 pm (UTC)
No, I met my German ex through a pair of matchmaking friends. They set up an 'accidental' meeting in the library between us, and we ended up going out for about a year and a half. Then my husband came along and stole me from him!

My sister no longer lives in Germany. She lives in my city now. But she used to live in Frankfurt and I visited her there. This was long before the German bf.

Deutsche Artikulation ist auch wirklich schwierig!
Oct. 24th, 2012 09:43 pm (UTC)
Haha, I like your friends! They made a good choice, didn't they?

The best friend of my little sister comes from Frankfurt, too! The funny thing is that her parents called her Franca.

Du hast aber keinen einzigen Rechtschreibfehler gemacht. ;)
Oct. 24th, 2012 10:15 pm (UTC)
Well, it was good while he lasted. He was very handsome, too. But I didn't love him enough to marry him.

No mistakes, huh?

Das ist, weil ich ein Internetübersetzungsprogramm verwendete!

My sister is the one who can speak German fluently. I'm still monolingual, despite the fact that Canada has two official languages.

Man there are some super long words in the German language!
Oct. 25th, 2012 11:22 am (UTC)
Yeah, Internetübersetzungsprogramm is already pretty long, but check out this:


I love this word! :D

Oh that's right, as I recall, French is the second official language in Canada, isn't it? Does it mean that everything is bilingual there, too?
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