I live in Austria.... it's kind of boring, during winter it gets increadibly cold and depressing.
But what really, really bothers me is the german language. It just makes life too serious ;D
Yeah, I agree, I think it's my destiny. I have had a lot of experiences with people from there, for a reason, probably.Just not the South....anywhere but. Derp, I have the feeling you'd like some places in Eastern Europe.
Man, that's terrible, I hope you get well soon.It's been DEATHLY hot here, I agree. I live in a 2 story house with no AC and my bedroom has a single west facing window. That means my bedroom is 90 degrees pretty much around the clock. DEATH.
So, I was in a car accident on Thurs night with a drunk driver and that is why I have not been posting here. I've had a lot of trouble eating, lots of anxiety around sleep and food (finding it difficult to sleep or eat) and so I've been eating a strange grab bag of things. Fruit, baguette with pesto, more fruit, popeyes chicken, more fruit, more fruit, and pints of ice cream at random times. The only thing that has stayed the same is my morning coffee, otherwise my food schedule and desire has become totally wack.
JaDerp, gehen Sie nach Hause zu unserem Vaterland!
Kitty, I'm so sorry. I hope you're recovering quickly!
I've always wanted to visit Germany - I'm actually taking intro German this fall.
I'm studying German and more French this weekend and the falling. I'm going to try some of Peat's memory stacks, with a few additional touches, so hopefully it doesn't take that long.
Problem is, of course, pronouncing them with my horrible accent and drawl. Fuckin' California. Hopefully time away from here, will make it go away, so at least I'll just sound like a stoner outside California.
Like, totally. I've found that my (disgusting) CA accent diminishes as I spend time away from CA and CA-ns. However, I now seem to have taken on somewhat of a Hawaiian accent instead... *shrugs* Just go with it.
I'd love to get inside people with my Californian accent, and change them from the inside
A Californian accent is like herpes; you're not meant to keep it to yourself.