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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Schule und Scheiße.

Ich hasse schule. Ich bin nicht bekommen gut noten auf keinem miener quiz. ES SAUGT! Gah! Und Ich habe keine Weihnachtsferien in diesem jahr. Meh. Oh gut. Wie die französisch sagen, C'est la vie. Französisch Menschen sind "falsche und Homosexuell" als RayWilliamJohnson würde sagen. 

Damn. I'm obsessed with anything to do with Germany and Germans. Meh. I'm allowed to be obsessed with something. For some people it's terrible books like Twilight, for others it's shows like Glee. For me it's Germans and Youtube. =3. OM NOM NOM NOM! I'm so bored. I am supposed to be doing work. I talked about work, does that count? No. It doesn't. I practiced my language? 

I want to see Die Welle so incredibly bad. If I had the choice to pick between seeing this movie or going out with friends, I would pick this movie. This is an abnormally short post. I'm sorry. I would do a Top Ten, but I have done too many. Meh. 

Leave a comment below, telling me a movie you badly want to see and why. And PS, to Maeve and Taylor, we need a movie to see on New Years. I HIGHLY suggest  Französisch für Anfänger. See four posts down. 

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Deutschland und Scheiße. Okay not really.

So I've been thinking lately. You're probably all like "Whoa Sarah! You think?". Yea guys, I do. Anyway, I was thinking that I should write a journal in Deutsch, or German for all you uncool people, and then maybe post them here? I don't know. I could do that but I can get pretty intense. Talking about crap that only I understand. But yea, you will be getting me twice a week instead of once. Your mom already gets me twice a week. Sorry that was inappropriate. I've been watching way too much Community Channel (Natalie Tran). You should look her up. She's awesome.  I feel the need to do another "Top Ten" but I just put one up last week.

So I got this awesome book yesterday. Just Don't Fall by Josh Sundquist. This guy is my idol. He got cancer when he was 9 and then had to get his leg chopped off. He also won like first place in the Special Olympics. Pretty epic if you ask me. Screw it, I'm doing a Top Ten Twenty.

It's music.

1) Bee by Lena. It's amazing. She's amazing and her voice is like an angel.
2) If I Die Young by The Band Perry. I listen to this on the weekends when your mom rejects my invite for a little one-on-one action. Literally one-on-one.
3) My Fanny Pack by Smosh (Anthony and Ian). Anthony is hot.
4) Dashing Knight by ALL CAPS. I dream of having this happen to me. Like my boyfriends in the military and he dies while over seas and this is our song. Too depressing? Maybe a little.
5) Trainers In Love by ALL CAPS. To show my inner dork.
6) Like It's Quidditch by Nice Peter. Parody of "Like A G6". It's about Quidditch by the way.
7) Saved (Acoustic) by ALL CAPS. This is way much better than the original.
8) Handlebars by Flobots. One of the few raps I like. Can you keep rhythm with no metronome? I think not!
9) Crazy Chubby Bunny by DieAussenseiter (Dima and Sascha). Need to see!!!Crazy Chubby Bunny 
Seiner Deutsch ^.^
10) Fur Elise by Beethoven. Gettin' Old School.
11) My Cassette Player by Lena. 
12) German Accent Song by Lena. It's so cute and Funny!!The guy playing the guitar is super creepy.
13) Shed A Tear by Kevjumba, Ryan Higa and Chester See. So cute and Funny.
14) Turkish March by Beethoven. 
15) Lily by Ministry of Magic, aka ALL CAPS, aka Kristina and Luke. Speaking of ALL CAPS, may I just say that I got some rockin' earrings yesterday that are these cute little robots. I named one Luke and one Kristina. Plus I was wearing my ALL CAPS tee. Kristina and Luke are meant to be together.
16) The House Song by Ministry of Magic. Ravenclaws will dominate.
17) Predicate Song by Smosh. Epic. Just epic.Yellow ^.^
18) The Happy Song by . Get your scheisse and leave. I'm not sure why, but I can't swear in English, but when I do it in German I don't feel guilty. Your Mom.
19) Satellite by Lena. AWWWWW! I just love this girl!
20) Russian Dancing Men by Weebl's Stuff. I wasn't sure what to think about it the first time I saw it. You have to read everything! So funny!! They look Chinese. =/
And yes, the Russian ARMY dances like that. It makes me feel concerned with their government- Skip to 2:00 to have your mind blown.  
This makes me REALLY concerned with their government.
Not sure what to say for this. 

Anyway, I should be doing work. My mom got really pissed because I'm behind in most of my classes. It's not my fault I'm a procrastinator. 

Friday, December 3, 2010

I suck, I'm sorry, I'm a "Nazi" and oh yea, Babies!

I suck! I know! It's two days late! I had the time, but not the effort. Meh, oh well. I'm sorry it is late. I decided to do another Top 10 though. This week is pet peeves.

1) I cannot stand bad grammar. I'm a total Nazi when it comes to grammar and spelling. Seriously, would you become friends with someone who -tak lyk dis? I was thinking about unfriending the people on Facebook who use bad grammar, but I wouldn't have any friends left except for five. Yes, I did go and look through my friend list and find the few who can spell.

2) People who change their Facebook pictures every other time they log on. It's so annoying. I do understand I changed my picture three times today, but it was for good, not evil. I changed it first for a thread, then to a picture of myself, then back to another picture for the same thread. The one that is saying to change your picture to a cartoon to stop child abuse. I used Catdog (I miss that show so bad) first, and currently it's Avatar the Last Airbender. I love you Aang!

3) I can't stand people who go on and on about something. I don't want to point fingers, because she's going to get really mad at me, but I have a friend who's mother is having a baby at the end of December. That's great, I am genuinely happy for her and hope her the best. Anyway, my friend keeps bringing it up at everything. "Yea, I can't go because she might have the baby", "I need to keep my phone with me because she might have the baby", "Yea, I'm going to devote my life to this baby". Seriously, you can be excited, but once it comes, you are going to be in Hell. And do you seriously need to spend every moment with the thing? It's not your baby, it's your moms. Sure, you might have some responsibilities, but she needs to be able to take care of her too. You need to have some free time!

4) I hate it when parents lie to their children about where babies come from. "The stork drops it in a cradle in a tree and then Mommy and Daddy go and get the baby," is really not believable. If I ever have kids, I'm telling the truth. I wouldn't want the little booger hating me later on in life. But, I'm not having kids, so I'm good!

5) When people say they hate Germans, just because of the Holocaust. I'm not saying I support Hitler and what he did, but really, most of the Nazi soldiers were threatened into killing innocent people. The people in Germany today, either have no idea that that happened, because it's not taught in schools, or they feel so bad and guilty about it, that they wish they could die, right there on the spot. Give the Germans a chance!

6) I hate awkward turtles. It just makes the situation MORE awkward.

7) When someone says, "You have bad taste in music". Firstly, that is impossible. You can't taste music. Second, maybe we don't like the same music. Just because I like unpopular music, doesn't mean that I don't know good music. You like rap, the new, auto-tuned kind. I like rap too. The good, old school kind. With the Beastie Boys, who don't use auto-tune.

8) When someone thinks front hugs are "sexual". I know it sounds weird, but there literally is a song about how we shouldn't hug from the front, because our "private parts" are touching. Would you rather me hug you from behind? No, because that's considered rape. Here's the video for the song- (sometimes Christian's are weird, and I am one!)

9) I hate wise-asses. Excuse my language, but really, that's not cool. "Hey man, what's up?", is a frase I'm sure all of us have used. I can't stand people who answer this with, "The sky! Oh man, I got you! Oh! Ten points for me!". No, just no.

10) My last pet peeve is movies that suck. Twilight is a great example. Oh, and I also like how you have a great book or T.V. show, and once it's a movie, it sucks. My favorite cartoon of all times is Avatar the Last Airbender. I haven't seen the movie yet, but I heard it's terrible. From the trailer, I can tell it sucks. I especially hate how they took Jasper from Twilight and made him Sokka. And since when were the characters white? They're supposed to be Asian, the very least middle-eastern.

So that's all of them. Join me next week when we talk about something else. Leave a comment about what your pet peeves are. By the way, I'm doing a babysitting course tomorrow! I can't wait, because I'm poor and I need money to buy things, like songs for my ipod and movies involving Germans with English subtitles. Bye.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Update and A Movie

     Hey! I am back! I decided every Wednesday would be appropriate to update. It's kind of like a random surprise in the middle of the week.
      Last night I saw my first foreign film. It was a German/French film. It was totally amazing and defiantly is now one of my favorite movies. Plus it convinced me that Germany is where I need to move.
     The movie is called French For Beginners (Französisch für Anfänger). It's about this 16 year-old kid named Henrik and he has a thing for this girl named Valerie. One day, Valerie comes into Henrik's french class -why German kids are learning French, I do not know- and, while the teacher is talking to the rest of the class, they start a conversation of their own. Henrik is saying how the French are stupid, blah, blah, blah, and Valerie tells him that her mom is French. They exchange party invitations -ironic they're both have a "party" huh- and Valerie leaves.
       Stuff happens, and Henrik and his best pal Johannes end up in France! ZOING! How's two anti-French kids end up IN France? I know the answer, but you'll have to watch the freakin' movie!
     Now, this movie is pretty graphic. It might be rated PG-13, but they defiantly use it to the absolute max. The use lots of cuss words, and there are even 3 "sex scenes". I'm not really sure they're sex scenes, for they only show the girls top off, but still. One of them doesn't count though.
     Something pretty interesting is that they saying things that German's do! In one scene, when Henrik and the family he's staying with is having dinner, the little boy is staring at Henrik to see if he will 'tip his bowl'. This is appraently what German's do. They tip their bowl to the side to get the rest of the food out. Also, the kid who played Henrik, François Göske, was not born in Germany, but in France!!! Haha!
     Sorry this is really boring and quite short. I didn't want to give too much away. Anyway, you need to watch this movie. YOU MUST!!!! All right guys, see you next week.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Big Sorry and What's Happening

     Hey all! HUGE sorry about not posting yesterday. I didn't have anything interesting to say. Anyway, I have an update.
     So I'm going to put the blog on hold. I'm still going to do Monday Top 10, and then I'll do a Friday blog, but I just started this story called Bear Hugs And Butterfly Kisses. I want to try and focus on that. You can Expect like 3 chapters a week. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I'll put a link in.
     Anyway, fill you in on Friday!!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Top 10 Monday's

     Happy Monday! So I wanted to do something a bit different. Every Monday, I will put up my top ten favorite things, whether it's books, movies, songs, whatever. The top ten are in no particular order.
     This week I'm going to do my top ten favorite chapter books. Number one is Soldier X, by Don Wulffson. This story is about a 16-year-old kid named Erik Brandt, who joined Hitler's mandatory youth army, meaning 16 and older. It's an exciting book and makes you want to keep reading. I love this book so much, I've read it once a year (since last year, but whatever). It's not all blood and gore. It's very historic, but also has a love story tied into it. So the whole thing is like- German Nazi + Soviet Russia + gore + history + love. It's a weird combination, but it works!
     Number two is, obviously, the Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling. Yes, the whole series. I'm not going to go into detail about it because I'm sure we have all seen the movie or read the book.
     Number three is Where the Heart Is, by Billie Letts. I love this book. It's about a 17-year-old girl named Novalee Nation who just happens to be 7 months pregnant. She is very superstitious of 7's. She's driving cross country with her boyfriend and they pull into a Wal-Mart so she can buy a pair of sandals.When she gets $7.77 back in change, she knows that her boyfriend left her here in the Wal-Mart. This book is very emotional. You'll laugh and cry. You'll get mad at some of the characters and you'll love others. I highly suggest this book!
     Number four, The Glass Castle, by Jeanette Walls. What I love the most about this story is it's all true. Every thing that happens to the main character, Jeanette Walls, also happened to the author Jeanette Walls. It's not boring in the slightest, actually, it's very exciting and a real page turner.
     Number five is The Lightning Thief series, by Rick Riordan. The book is very informative about the Greek god's and goddess' and is a very adventurous, cliff hanging, page turning book. I love the little twists throughout it that you never saw coming.
     Number six, The City of Ember trilogy, by Jeanne DuPrau. I love these books. They are so good, and are an easy read. You have to read them in order, so that you understand everything, even though they should go third book, second, first. YOU CAN'T READ THEM LIKE THAT! You HAVE to read them in the order they were written. It's confusing, but it must go like that.
     Number seven is a classic. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass, by Lewis Carrol. I loved this book, well two-in-one-book. It was great! Funny and crazy. What a lot of people don't understand, the movies were the two books put together. Tweedledum and Tweedledee are only in Through The Looking Glass and the Mad Hatter is in both books. Alice is really 5 in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and 6 in Through The Looking Glass, not 18 and getting married as the newest Alice movie shows.
     Number eight, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick. This is such a creative book. Half of the book is very detailed, black and white drawings, and the other half is explaining the drawings. It's very cool. It's sort of an old movie, where it's all muted out, except for some dramatic music, and every scene they write what the people are saying. Like this-
     Number nine, Two Way Street, by Lauren Barnholdt. I usually hate the teenage, boy-friend girl-friend drama books, but this is a definite exception. Courtney and Jordan are dating and decide to go to the same college, which means a road trip. Jordan breaks up with her a few weeks before the trip. It's too late to reschedule so they have to go together. Jordan has a perfectly good reason as to why he broke up with her. It's a twisted little story, with lots of drama. What I like the most about the story is that every chapter, it switches from Jordan, first person, to Courtney, first person. They get to tell there side of the story and that's really cool!
     Lastly, number ten, The Book of Lists For Teens, by Sandra and Harry Choron. It's a bunch of lists about life. It helps you feel better about yourself. It also has some cool, really random facts. It's funny and inspirational!!
     Anyway, fill you in tomorrow.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Update On My Life

         So yesterday, my friends and I went to the mall to shop for Halloween clothes. I didn't get anything even closely related to Halloween. Well I did get this one shirt that you could argue about, but other than that, nothing. I'm going out next Sunday as Amy Pond, from Doctor Who, and really didn't need to get much. I took an old, really big, sweatshirt and cut the neck off -so it's an off the shoulder sort of sweatshirt. I then took black fabric paint and drew a large bow on the side, coloring it in with a red sharpie. I have a denim skirt, black tights, and converse. Amy, thankfully, doesn't wear makeup. So there you go!
      I should really do something revolving around the world (ha get it? REVOLVING around the WORLD!!!). In Mexico, 13 people were killed in a massacre at a party today. There's a little video with the story. The narrator said that it's the killing capital of Mexico, not to mention, most of Mexico is dangerous. Not to be rude, but it's snowing. How the heck is it snowing in Mexico, and not here in America? Anyway, these couple of guys are drug dealers and kill for a living. But really, did they have to go to this 15-year-old kid's BIRTHDAY party? I think that was stupid of them. I thought the point of drug dealers and murderers were to stay undetected, not go into a neighborhood and kill a couple people. One, it's a neighborhood with children! Two, there were a couple dozen! Only one dozen of the people died, leaving people who saw them stay alive! I bet they weren't smart enough to wear masks.
    In other news, cholera has started spreading to Haiti. Cholera is a very painful disease. It has killed more than 200 people since yesterday. After the earthquake in Haiti last year, I really doubt they can take anything else, much less a influenza.
     Anyway, I'll fill you in tomorrow.