Okay, so… is anyone else obsessed with the TV show “Lucifer”? Because HELL, I am! I just finished Season 2 and I can’t believe they leave us hanging like this. Also, I’m in love with Maze. Tell me now that I’m not the only one out there!
papernoodles wanted me to recommend some German kids shows for beginners who want to improve their German.
I can list a few shows that I and/or my brother have enjoyed when we were children. Not all of them were made in Germany but they exist in German. I also list older shows. Most of them can be found on kinox.to or youtube. And I know, there are 238 shows that I could have listed too so please don’t message me and say that I’ve forgotten xy - just add it!
Concept: A children’s TV series similar to Dora that is meant to teach and immerse children in a foreign language, such as French, German, Arabic, Mandarin, etc.
It would start out slow, with a few phrases and words in the foreign language per episode, and the content would increase in quantity and complexity as the series progresses, eventually resulting in episodes that are almost completely in the foreign language.
This, with books of a similar fashion, would help children become interested in learning other languages at a young age, and immerse them in a language they wouldn’t otherwise hear if they don’t live in a country that speaks that language.
So I’m just a random girl trying to find new friends and people to talk to.
I would like to write with you on the internet (tumblr, Insta, whatsapp or where you’d like)
I really want someone to trust and who can trust me and to talk about basically everything.
Don’t be scared to write me a long ass story about something because you think it’s boring or that I wouldn’t care, because I do!
And please someone who will have more than one conversation with me (I had enough of that)
I also don’t care if you share the same interests as me because I like to learn new stuff to which you could introduce me to :)
But if you’d still like to know: I really like watching Netflix or series in general (mostly the 100, Game of Thrones, Vampire Diaries, American Horror Story and a few more, but I’m always open for suggestions), I listen to music 24/7 (I like Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, Melanie Martinez, Halsey, Ashes Remain and Imagine Dragons), I’m one of those people that prefers winter over summer and rain over sun, I love to read but I don’t have enough time to do it,
I draw but I’m not good at it, same with writing, and I would one day want to travel a lot and make new
Besides that I’m from Germany, so german is my first language but I obviously speak English but also a bit (!) french and Spanish.
I would love to hear from you!
(I’m a bit shy and awkward at the beginning because I always have to get comfortable around people first)
Preferences: Preferably around my age (14-16) but if you’re a year or something younger or older that doesn’t really matter that much.
If you’re racist or homophobic or discriminating in any other way, don’t even think about contacting me.
Neuharlingersiel is a municipality in the district of Wittmund, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Neuharlingersiel is a small bucolic fishing village popular with artists. It is the setting of the German TV series Doktor Martin the German version of the British Doc Martin series.
In Germany, Doktor Martin an adaptation of the original series, airs on ZDF with Axel Milberg as Doktor Martin Helling, a surgeon from Berlin. The counterpart of Portwenn was the real existing village of Neuharlingersiel in East Frisia.
Neuharlingersiel ist eine Gemeinde in der Samtgemeinde Esens im Landkreis Wittmund im Nordwesten Niedersachsens. Der Ortsteil Neuharlingersiel ist seit 1979 ein staatlich anerkanntes Nordseeheilbad. Die Ortsteile Altharlingersiel und Ostbense sind seit 1985 als Küstenbadeorte klassifiziert.
Der Neuharlingersieler Hafen ist der Fährhafen zur ostfriesischen Insel Spiekeroog.Die Gemeinde liegt im Harlingerland in Ostfriesland an der Nordseeküste. An der Küstenlinie entlang erstreckt sich der Nationalpark Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer, der seit 2009 zum UNESCO-Weltnaturerbe gehört.
Ein Krabbenkutter ist ein speziell für den Fang von Nordseegarnelen (in der Küchensprache Krabben oder Granat genannt) ausgerüstetes flachbodiges Schiff, das sowohl mit Kuttertakelung (ein Mast mit Auslegern für Großsegel, Klüver- Fock- und/oder Großtoppsegel) oder als Gaffelketch auf Fangreise geht. Als Antrieb dient ein Dieselmotor, der einen in den meisten Fällen ummantelten Propeller antreibt.
Die Länge der Kutter kann bis zu 20 Meter betragen, die Breite bis zu 4,5 Meter. Ein Tiefgang von rund 1,8 Meter wird selten überschritten. Stationiert sind diese Schiffstypen an Nord- und Ostsee in kleinen Häfen (Kutterhäfen), die oft auch über einen Verarbeitungsbetrieb für den angelandeten Fang verfügen. Zu den bekannten Kutterhäfen gehören Dorum, Greetsiel und Fedderwardersiel.
Masterpost: Political TV-Series (drama and comedy)
I’ve finally managed to make a
list of political TV-series (drama and comedy).
Of course I haven´t seen all of them, so I don´t know if all of them are
are divided by country (UK, USA, Australia, Canada and
non-English-speaking countries). Furthermore, they are in chronological order;
starting with the oldest one and ending with the newest one.
Yes Minister + Yes,
(1980-1988; satirical political sitcom);
Starring: Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds (follows the career
of a British politician)
The New Statesman (1987-1994) Starring: Rik Mayall, Marsha Fitzalan, Michael Troughton (a parody
of the Conservative government of that period)
A Very British Coup (1988, four-part miniseries)
Starring: Ray McAnally, Alan MacNaughtan, Keith Allen, Geoffrey Beevers,
Marjorie Yates (about a far-left Labour politician who becomes Prime Minister)
House of Cards
political thriller) Starring: Ian
Richardson, Susannah Harker, David Lyon, Diane Fletcher (about an MP who
wants to become Prime Minister) Sequels:
To Play the King, The Final Cut
GBH (1991, political drama) Starring: Robert Lindsay, Michael Palin,
Lindsay Duncan, Julie Walters (about a feud between a far-left Labour
politician and a school headmaster)
The Politician´s Wife (1995; political drama); Starring: Trevor Eve, Juliet Stevenson,
Minnie Driver (when a UK minister becomes embroiled in a tabloid scandal,
his wife becomes the centre of media attention)
Our Friends in the
North (1996, drama)
Starring: Christopher Eccleston, Gina
McKee, Daniel Craig, Mark Strong (about four friends from Newcastle, with
many references to political and social events over a period of 31 years)
Spooks, sometimes also called MI-5 (2002-2011; spy drama series) Starring: Peter Firth, Matthew Macfadyen,
Rupert Penry-Jones, Hermione Norris, Richard Armitage (follows the lives
and the missions of several MI-5 agents, gives quite a good overview about the
security problems Britain had to deal with in the years after 9/11) + Spooks- The Greater Good (2015)
Starring:Kit Harrington, Jennifer Ehle,
State of Play (2003, six-part political
thriller); Starring: David Morrissey,
John Simm, Bill Nighy, Polly Walker, James McAvoy, Marc Warren, Philip
Glennister (tells the story of a newspaper´s investigation into the death
of a young woman who was employed by an MP)
The Thick of It + In
the Loop [Movie]
(2005-2012, comedy/satire tv-series); Starring:
Peter Capaldi, Chris Langham, Rebecca Front, Roger Allam, Chris Addison, Joanna
Scanlan (about the conflicts between various members of the UK-government)
The Amazing Mrs
political drama) Starring: Jane Horrocks,
Steven Mackintosh, Jodhi May (about a woman with no political experience
who becomes Prime Minister)
The State Within (2006, a six-hour political drama
serial); Starring: Jason Isaacs, Ben
Daniels, Sharon Gless, Nigel Bennett (about a British Ambassador to
Washington who finds himself at the centre of an international political
Party Animals (2007, political drama series) Starring: Patrick Baladi, Andrew Buchan,
Matt Smith, Raquel Cassidy (tells the story of different people involved
with the UK Parliament, including researchers, lobbyists and MPs)
The Last Enemy (2008, science fiction thriller); Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Anamaria
Marinca, Max Beesley, Robert Carlyle (set in the near future, deals with topics
such as total surveillance and tells the story of a mathematical genius who
accidently comes across a political cover-up)
Secret State (2012, four-part political
thriller); Starring: Gabriel Byrne,
Charles Dance, Douglas Hodge (when the plane of the British Prime Minister
crashes under mysterious circumstances, the Deputy Prime Minister has to take
command and uncovers a conspiracy at the heart of the political system)
Husband (2013, 3
episode-miniseries); Starring: Emily
Watson, David Tennant (A woman replaces her husband in Cabinet after he
The Honourable Woman (2014, political spy thriller about
the Middle East); Starring: Maggie
Gyllenhall, Philip Arditti, Andrew Buchan
The Night Manager (2015, six-part miniseries) Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie,
Olivia Colman, Elizabeth Debicki, Tom Hollander (based on the novel by John
le Carré, spy thriller about a former British soldier who infiltrates the inner
circle of an international arms dealer)
Bonus: TV-Series about British history
Downton Abbey (2010-2015; period drama) Starring:
Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Brown Findlay, Samantha Bond, Laura Carmichael, Jim
Carter, Dan Stevens, Maggie Smith (about a fictional aristocratic family and
their servants who live through important historical and political events,
like WWI, the sinking of the Titanic, the Irish War of Independence, the Teapot
Dome scandal, the general election of 1923, etc.)
Indian Summers (2015-2016; period drama) Starring: Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Nikesh Patel, Julie Walters, Patrick
Malahide, Jemima West, Alexander Cobb (about a group of British socialites
at the time of the British Raj and the fight for Indian independence)
Victoria (2016, historical drama) Starring: Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes, Rufus
Sewell, Peter Firth, Eve Myles (about the first few years of the reign of
Queen Victoria; her ascension to the throne, her friendship with the Prime
Minister, her marriage and the birth of her first child)
The Crown (2016, historical drama) Starring: Claire Foy, Matt Smith, Vanessa
Kirby, Jared Harris (about the first few years of the reign of Elizabeth
II, from 1947 to 1955)
The Governor and J.J. (1969-1970; political television
series) Starring: Dan Dailey, Julie
Sommars (about a conservative governor and his more liberal daughter)
The Man and the City (1971-1972; political drama) Starring: Anthony Quinn, Mike Farrell
(about a long-term Hispanic mayor of a city in the South-West)
Benson (1979-1986, sitcom) Starring: Robert Guillaume, James Noble,
Inga Swenson; Missy Gold René Auberjonois (about the rise of
African-American butler from head of household affairs for a governor to state
budget director and eventually lieutenant governor)
Tanner ´88 (1988; political mockumentary) and Tanner on Tanner (2004 mockumentary) Starring: Michael Murphy, Cynthia Nixon,
Pamela Reed, Matt Malloy (about a fictional presidential candidate)
The Powers That Be (1992-1993; political sitcom) Starring: John Forsythe, Holland Taylor, Eve
Gordon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (about a U.S. Senator and his complicated and
Spin City (1996-2002; political sitcom) Starring: Michael J. Fox, Charlie Sheen,
Carla Gugino, Connie Britton, Alexander Chaplin (follows a fictional Mayor
of New York and his staff)
The West Wing (1999-2006; political drama) Starring: Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Moira
Kelly, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney (about a fictional Democratic
That´s My Bush! (2001; political satire, sitcom) Starring: Timothy Bottoms, Carrie Quinn
Dolin, Kurt Fuller, Kristen Miller (follows the fictional personal life of
George W. Bush)
Commander in Chief (2005-2006; political drama series)
Starring: Geena Davis, Donald Sutherland,
Harry Lennix, Kyle Secor (about the fictional first female President of the
The Good Wife (2009-2016; legal/political drama) Starring: Julianna Margulies, Chris Noth,
Josh Charles, Christine Baranski (about the wife of a disgraced state
attorney who returns to her career in law after a scandal involving her
husband; widely praised for its insight in society, politics, law and social
Parks and Recreation (2009-2015; mockumentary, political
satire, comedy) Starring: Amy Poehler,
Rashida Jones, Paul Schneider, Aziz Ansari, Chris Pratt, Rob Lowe, Adam Scott
(about a fictional local government department in Indiana)
Boss (2011-2012; political drama) Starring: Kelsey Grammer, Connie Nielsen,
Hanna Ware, Kathleen Robertson, Jeff Hephner (about a U.S. mayor who is
diagnosed with a degenerative neurological disorder)
Homeland (2011-present; political thriller) Starring: Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Morena
Baccarin (about a CIA agent who believes that a war hero, who was held
prisoner by al-Quaeda, was turned by them and is now an undercover agent)
The Kennedys (2011; historical and political
miniseries) Starring: Greg Kinnear, Barry
Pepper, Katie Holmes, Tom Wilkinson (about the lives of the members of the
Political Animals (2012; comedy-drama miniseries) Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Carla Gugino,
James Wolk, Sebastian Stan (about a former first lady who serves as
Secretary of State)
1600 Penn (2012-2013; political sitcom) Starring: Jenna Elfman, Bill Pullman, Josh
Gad (about a dysfunctional family living in the White House)
The Newsroom (2012-2014; political drama) Starring: Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, John
Gallagher Jr. Alison Pill, Dev Patel (about a fictional news channel)
The First Family (2012-2015; political sitcom) Starring: Christopher B. Duncan, Kellita
Smith, Jackée Harry, Khylin Rhambo (about a U.S. President, who tries to
balance his private life and his duties as President)
Scandal (2012-present; political thriller) Starring: Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn,
Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Bellamy Young (about a crisis management
firm in Washington, D.C., White House staff and politicians in D.C.)
Veep (2012-present; political satire,
comedy) Starring: Julia Louis-Dreyfus,
Anna Chlumsky, Tony Hale, Reid Scott, Timothy Simons (about a fictional
Vice President and later President of the United States and her staff)
Alpha House (2013-2014; political satire, web
television series) Starring: John
Goodman, Clark Johnson, Matt Malloy, Mark Consuelos (about four Republican
U.S. Senators who share a house in Washington, D.C.)
House of Cards [US
(2013-present; political drama) Starring:
Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, Kate Mara, Corey Stoll, Michael Kelly (about an
ambitious congressman who wants to become President)
Madam Secretary (2014- present; political drama) Starring: Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Patina
Miller, Geoffrey Arend (about a female Secretary of State who tries to
balance her family life and her work)
Show Me a Hero (2015; political drama miniseries) Starring: Oscar Isaac, Carla Quevedo, Peter
Riegert, Jim Belushi, Alfred Molina (about the desegregation of public
housing in the state of New York between 1987 and 1994)
BrainDead (2016; political satire, science
fiction) Starring: Mary Elizabeth
Winstead, Dany Pino, Aaron Tveit, Tony Shalhoub (about a documentary
film-maker who discovers that Washington, D.C. has been invaded by
extra-terrestrial insects that are taking control of people, including
Designated Survivor (2016; political drama series) Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Natascha
McElhone, Adan Canto, Italia Ricci (about the Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development, who is sworn in as President of United States, after the
President and all his other Cabinet members are killed in an explosion)
Graves (2016-present; comedy television
series) Starring: Nick Nolte, Skylar
Astin, Heléne Yorke, Chris Lowell (about a former President admitting to
mistakes he made while in office)
Embassy (1990-1992; political drama serial) Starring: Bryan Marshall, Ria Yazaki, Jim
Holt, Gerard Maguire (about an embassy in a fictional South-East Asian
country) The series was rather controversial, particularly its portrayal of Islam was heavily criticised.
Grass Roots (2000-2003; comedy) Starring: Geoff Morrell, Zoe Carides, John
Clayton (about the fictional Arcadia Waters Council, a local government department, near Sydney)
The Hollowmen (2008; political comedy) Starring: Rob Sitch, Lachy Hulme, Merrick
Watts, Neil Melville (about a fictional political advisory unit whose main
aim is to help the Prime Minister get re-elected)
Party Tricks (2014, political drama/thriller,
romance) Starring: Asher Keddie, Rodger
Corser, Angus Sampson, Adam Zwar (about two political opponents and
ex-lovers running for the office of State Premier)
Secret City (2016-present; political thriller) Starring: Anna Torv, Damon Herriman, Daniel
Wyllie (about a political journalist who uncovers a conspiracy)
Quentin Durgens, M.P. (1965-1969; political drama) Starring: Gordon Pinsent, Leslie Barringer
(about an idealistic young lawyer who becomes a Member of Parliament)
Duplessis (1978, political and historical miniseries) Starring: Jean Lapointe, Gabriel Arcand (tells
the story of Maurice Duplessis, a controversial Premier of Quebec)
Rideau Hall (2002; sitcom) Starring: Bette MacDonald, Fiona Reid, Jonathan Torrens (the Prime
Minister appoints a disco queen as Governor General in the hope that she will
become a national embarrassment and disgrace the Canadian monarchy)
Trudeau (2002, miniseries) Starring: Colm Feore, Polly Shannon (about the political career of
Snakes and Ladders (2004; miniseries) Starring: Catherine Disher, Amy
Price-Francis, Jeremy Akerman (about an executive assistant at Parliament
Da Vinci´s City Hall (2005-2006; political drama) Starring: Nicholas Campbell, Venus Terzo,
Ian Tracey (about a former coroner who becomes the mayor of Vancouver)
Dan for Mayor (2010-2011; sitcom) Starring: Fred Ewanuick, Mary Ashton, Paul
Bates (about a slacker who runs for mayor to impress his ex-girlfriend)
The Best Laid Plans (2014; comedy-drama) Starring: Jonas Chernick, Kenneth Welsh,
Mark McKinney, Sarah Allen (a parody of the 2008 Canadian federal election)
TV-Series from non-English-speaking
are probably quite a few more, but unfortunately they´re difficult to find if you
don´t speak the language of the country of origin.
Borgen (2010-2013; political drama) Starring: Sidse Babett Knudsen, Mikael Birkkjær,
Pilou Asbæk, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen (tells the story of a fictional
politician who becomes the first female Prime Minister of Denmark)
Spin/Les Hommes de l´ombre (2012-2016; political
thriller) Starring: Bruno Wolkowitch, Grégory
Fitoussi, Philippe Magnan, Emmanuelle Bach (when the French President is
killed in a suicide attack, a former spin doctor returns to his job in order to
find a suitable candidate for the presidency)
Marseille (2016; political drama) Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Benoît Magimel,
Géraldine Pailhas, Stéphane Caillard (the former protégé of the long-time
mayor of Marseille becomes his new opponent)
Eichwald, MdB (2015; satire, political comedy) Starring: Bernhard Schütz, Rainer Reiners,
Leon Ullrich, Lucie Heinze (about a fictional member of the German
Parliament and his incompetent staffers)
Deutschland 83 (2015; historical and political
drama) Starring: Jonas Nay, Maria
Schrader, Alexander Beyer, Sonja Gerhardt, Ulrich Noethen (during the Cold
War an East-German soldier is sent to West-Germany as a spy)
Die Stadt und die Macht (2016; six-part political drama)
Starring: Anna Loos, Thomas Thieme,
Burghart Klaußner, Martin Brambach (about a female lawyer who becomes the
mayoral candidate for a fictional conservative party in Berlin)
1992 (2015; historical political drama) Starring: Stefano Accorsi, Guido Caprino,
Domenico Diele, Tea Falco, Miriam Leone (follows six people who are
affected by the rapidly changing political landscape in Italy in the early
1990s and the “Clean Hands” investigation into political corruption)
Mammon (2014- present; thriller, political thriller) Starring: Jon Øigarden, Nils Ole Oftebro,
Laura Christensen (about a Norwegian journalist; the first series is about
a financial scandal, the second series is more political)
Occupied/Okkupert (2015; political drama) Starring: Henrik Mestad, Eldar Skar, Selome
Emnetu, Sondre Larsen (fictional story about Russia invading Norway)
Cuéntame cómo pasó (drama, history, comedy; 2001-present)
Starring: Imanol Arias, Ana Duato,
Ricardo Gómez, María Galiana, Pablo Rivero (follows a family during the
last years of the rule of Francisco Franco and the beginning of the Spanish transition to democracy)
If you know any other good political TV-Series, please reblog with the title and a bit of information!
Hello, my name is Viktor, I’m 20 years old and from Germany.
Like basically everyone I like listening to music(right now especially
to Shinedown, Imagine Dragons, Sabaton etc.). I also watch anime and
many series(like GoT, Archer or Dexter).
My other hobbies are gaming and reading(although the former supresses the latter one quite a bit).
I’m planning on becoming a history teacher so I’m really into history.
Especially the modern area but I also like the Roman Empire and the
ancient times. Otherwise I’m interested in politics, philosophy,
psychology, ancient and modern cultures and the world itself. I’m also
sort of addicted to memes.
I hope that I can find people to discuss and talk about various topics
from complex ones to ordinary ones and alsoabout “bullshit topics” which
are so stupic that they’re funny again. I’m generelly an open minded
person I believe that I can add my two cents to every topic.
I speak German, English and Russian and hope that I can find some
penpals and maybe even longtime friends which I could meet some day.
I don’t really have any preferences but I suppose you should at least be 16 or something.
Other than that just don’t be a dick and I think we could become penpals!
Name: Teodor Age: 16 Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hey everyone! So I’m looking for some friends because I don’t have many
lol. I really want to talk to people about anything and everything,
nothing’s off topic, the deeper the better. I’m reaaally gay so if you
have a problem with that you are probably not the person I would enjoy
talking to. I am really into social justice, human rights and all that
suff so there’s that. I’m also very open-minded. I love love love
RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE and 13 REASONS WHY. I put that in capital letters so
all of you can see it while scrolling and maybe get excited as much as I
get excited when I see it. I speak English and Serbian really well and
German a little bit. My days consist of watching YouTubers, TV shows,
listening to music (Beyonce <3, cupcakke, Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande,
Jessie J, Gaga and many more queens, I told you I’m super gay) and
studying. There are many more things I would like to say about myself
but I just can’t remember right now. So you can maybe ask them?
Preferences: I would like to talk to someone who is not closed-minded and has a lot of free time to chat.
Let me see… the best thing you can do is probably watch dubbed movies (for example Disney but also pretty much everything else; we dub pretty much every English movie and lots of French movies, too.) because 1) usually they’re easier to understand (as in ‘hear what people are saying in the first place’) because the voices are recorded in a studio and they use microphones and 2) German TV is a disaster :D I don’t really know your level so I’ll just recommend a couple of things!
Die Drei ??? (sort of a… radio drama… kinda thing about teenage detectives. The link leads you to the first episode but the channel has a lot more so you’ll be busy for a while!)
Hui Buh - Das Schlossgespenst (also a radio drama about a ghost and its adventures with the people of the castle it lives in. I used to love this as a child! This episode isn’t complete unfortunately but I think you can find them elsewhere, too? Apparently they’re on Deezer, whatever that is :D)
Benjamin Blümchen (radio drama about an elephant and his friend, a boy called Otto. The channel only has a couple of episodes, though.)
Die Wilden Hühner (a movie version of the book series by Cornelia Funke; I have never actually seen these movies though; I can only find this on Netflix, the link is to the trailer.
Türkisch für Anfänger (this one is iconic… the main character’s German mom moves in with her Turkish boyfriend and his kids, shenanigans ensue. This is the first episode.)
Wunschpunsch (… a … cartoon based on Michael Ende’s book Der satanarchäolügenialkohöllische Wunschpunsch. The channel only has a couple of episodes but if you do some research you can probably find more.)
Momo (cartoon series based on Michael Ende’s book Momo. The story is amazing ofc, it wouldn’t be Michael Ende if it wasn’t).
Nils Holgerson (cartoon series based on a book by the swedish author Selma Lagerlöf about a boy who, after being shrunken and acquiring the ability to talk to animals, flies away with wild geese.)
Tatort (a classic and the essence of German culture. Crime show with various casts, the characters depend on which city the episode is taking place in. You will learn some dialect as well if you watch this. Not all of them are equally good. Link leads to the WDR mediathek where you can watch the Tatorts that were on TV recently. You can also find many Tatort episodes online.)
That’s it for now, if I find more I’ll add the links to this post! If anyone else has any suggestions feel free to add them as well!
Hi, I’m Alessandra! Ive always been better at writing than talking, so I
think having penpals would be the best way to find new friends at the
moment. I study languages (French, German and English) so it’d be
beautiful to talk to someone that can help me improving my skills, but
thats not that important, Id accept anyone from the other side of the
I am an equal rights for everyone supporter and I love listening to
people random talking bc it sorta happens to me most of the time.
Im pretty open to different ideas, I like the fact that there are very
different people and thoughts on Earth and Id love to share opinions
Ive always been a bookworm but I kinda have no time to read books I love bc school keeps me very very busy.
I ADORE WATCHING SERIES: 13RW and Sherlock are such important series to
me, so feel free to fangirl about them with me bc I actually do it all
the time. I love photography and my music taste is preeetty much wide!
You can contact me on tumblr or by e-mail, but Id also love to have a snailmail penpal!