I'M BACK!

Hi there! :) sorry I’ve been absent the last four days ‘cause i was on a school trip and internet in my phone was a mess..so i rarely used it. When i came back home yesterday i was so happy because i found out that in 3 days i had 20 new followers!! I mean it’s incredibly overwhelming. I know that for a lot of you 20 is not much, but for me it’s a lot! So thank you thank you thank you :****. Now, i read the new taping and I’m gonna share my thoughts: first of all WOW ! Finally A make out session! Thank God *.* (it’s like the gif i made some days ago from Don’t Drink The Water was a prediction) i really can’t wait to see it.. and most of all, i can’t wait to see Jim making out! Second, I’m a little confused by Amy decision but since we accepted a train trip by Sheldon, i think we can handle it..and honestly, i don’t mind a little drama because i know that something better is surely coming (the ring guys, THE RING). To me, the writers wanted to make them equal and let them have their time to think alone during summer, Sheldon last season, now Amy. So when they will solve this situation, nothing NOTHING CAN BREAK THEIR RELATIONSHIP. Last thing, i really want to watch the tag scene and how Jim acted in it. It’s strange to think that now Sheldon is the one moving forward, and I’d say WHAT A GREAT STEP ! HE FEELS THAT HE IS READY TO SPEND THE REST OF HIS DAYS WITH HER! SHELDON WANTS TO BE HER HUSBAND! HE BOUGHT A RING KNOWING THAT HE WILL BE COMMITTED FOREVER WITH THE WOMAN HE LOVES!! I’ll let you all think about that ;)

It’s #nationalpretzelday #shamy celebrates Bavaria in 5x14 - THE BETA TEST INITIATION
Aired January 26, 2012 •


National Pretzel Day is celebrated on April 26, 2015. It’s a day to acknowledge the importance of the pretzel to the history and economy. National Pretzel Day was declared in 2003 by Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell. A pretzel is a type of baked food made from dough in soft and hard varieties and savory or sweet flavors in a unique knot-like shape, originating in Europe. In the 19th century, southern German and Swiss German immigrants introduced the pretzel to North America. Today, Pennsylvania is the center of American pretzel production for both the hard crispy and the soft bread types of pretzels. The annual United States pretzel industry is worth over $550 million. The average American consumes about 1.5 pounds (0.7 kg) of pretzels per year. (With material from: Wikipedia & cute-calendar dot com) •