It doesn't have to be this way. There's still time.
What a destiny you have chosen.
lets jam out to this
man what a groove!
took me too long to figure out that was you, bass brother :b
i've been incognito ;D
I absolutely fugging remember you. Count Cutflake amirite?
Hi Lillia, long time no see!
How are you?! ^^
Not bad. Hope you're doing alright as well.
Haha, yeah I felt the over lapping E string was pretty sharp :p
And I play Fender! Well, I play a squire cause Im poor :p But I got a Standard Series Precision bass, so it comes with both the P and J pickups :3 It has all kinds of diversity, and Im loving the tone Im getting out of it with my friends Peavy TNT amp. I use ernie ball slinky strings, which give it a treble sound that growls :3
This is him
Haha, yeah its a him, his name is Harvey.
What do you have?
How have you been man?
Happy belated bro.
(OK beetje vroeg, maar zit nu op Finse tijdzone)
Too weird to live, and too rare to die.
Hahahahaha why have I never seen this before?
Aw Tim, thank you You're always one of my old skool favez around here
There's a really steep learning curve, in my opinion... and I tend to forget kanji if I don't use it often, which is really bad. After my first trip to Japan I figured out that knowing hiragana-only was almost the same as being illiterate.
I've been taking Japanese for years. I am not fluent, but I can do okay on my own in Tokyo on short trips (especially since a surprising number of people speak a little English). When you type in Japanese, you do it phonetically and then you get prompted for the kanji (the Chinese characters); I usually have to look up the kanji to make sure that I chose the right one if I don't already know it.
Google translate is pretty much shit for Japanese.
[size=1]Just kidding (if you understood that).[/size]
I had to look Yoko Kanno up (I did not know who she was). Her husband is handsome.
let's be friendsss
My husband is from France-land and is only in the US on a temporary visa thanks to Fulbright, and now they're like GTFO. So that's why :p
I have a minor in Japanese, but I've forgotten a lot already. Hopefully I can get into the JET program, so that I can immerse myself in it and actually be able to speak it well.
What's wrong with the netherlands? Never been anywhere in Europe outside of France, so i'm quite ignorant.
I study "Interdisciplinary Art and Design" which is really just a fancy way of saying a bunch of random shit with a concentration in studio art/art history. i actually ~hope~ to get into game design, but...well, we'll see.
are you fluent in all of those languages? That's pretty intense.
Ha, I'd like to! I've been wanting to do a cross-cultural travel thing for a while now, but time and money are huge constraints right now.
That's too bad...i'm actually pretty nervous about unemployment, but for now I'm hiding out in college.
Interpreter sounds pretty cool. What languages would you interpret?
Linguistics! My husband loves linguistics. What do you plan on doing career wise?
It sounds pretty much exactly the same :p
How's Belgium doing economy-wise?
Do Belgian Universities work the same way French ones do, where the first like...3 years is your 'licence' then you can go a couple more years for what is basically your master's?
Moving probably January or February to Paris--or at least, suburbs near Paris. Then, if I'm lucky enough to get into JET, I'll be going to Japan that summer.
You almost done with Uni? After that, do you go back to Belgium, or...?
Eh, French life is still pretty Texan at the moment, though that will probably change next semester. Other than that, though, still going through the motions. How's life for you?
Happy birthday Lieutenant!
'k Heb alleen Twitter maar gebruik dat bijna nooit.
Ahaa, daar komt m'n zus regelmatig, in de Bazaar.
Ja, ik ken dat zwembad... Da's zo'n klein ding met een schuifafke he?
Waar ergens in Bree?
Haha! Gij ook?