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NAME: Amanda NICKNAME: Mandy, manda, my rp characters’ names or an amalgamation thereof, tbh i’ll answer to anything even if it’s like ‘asshole’ unless you’re using it to hurt my feelings lol BIRTHDAY July 5 STAR SIGN: Cancer GENDER: Female. FAVOURITE COLOUR: Red or blue FAVOURITE TIME RIGHT NOW: 4:47 PM AVERAGE HOURS OF SLEEP: I have a horrible sleep pattern so i have no idea. I think about 5 or 6 rn. LUCKY NUMBER: 5. LAST THING I GOOGLED: "total biscuit” because totalbiscuit was mentioned in a nerd3 video and i’d never heard of him NUMBER OF BLANKETS I SLEEP WITH: 1. FAVORITE BOOK: Catch-22 FAVORITE BAND:The Monkees LAST FILM I SAW AT THE CINEMA: Monsters, University I think. DREAM TRIP: Alaska or Africa
i don’t really know who to tag, but if you want to do it then i’d be interested in knowing about you! just tag me so i can see it :)
I just found out that my oldest sisters husband is going to be moving to another country for work.
I feel like that’s just a step closer to them separating and it makes me so sad. But, she’s strong and independent so I know that whatever happens she’ll be okay.
AAAAAAAAAAAAA i’m dying because of the stephie reference omg
ok now let’s do it:
Favorite ensemble song: aaaaaa i can’t do it it’s too haaaard! i think maybe…. UGH idk maybe tomorrow is a latter day??? AAAGH i don’t wanna do it~
Favorite small ensemble song: I CAN’T CHOOSE DON’T MAKE ME DO IT, DON’T BE DAN LOONEY
Favorite solo: i believe????
The song I love to sing at the top of my lungs: EVERYONE
The song I sing in the shower: all american prophet????
The song that always gets stuck in my head: i am africa????
The song I relate to because it describes me/my life: TOMORROW IS A LATTER DAY
The song that gives me the most feels/makes me cry: hasa diga eebowai (reprise)
The song that puts me in a good mood: tomorrow is a latter day
The song that makes me laugh: ummmm baptize me???
The song I can never remember the lyrics to: joseph smith american moses
The song I know all the lyrics to: all the others except maybe sal tlay ka siti
The song I wish I had someone to sing with: two by two! (i already have hila tho :D)
The song I would listen to on repeat for hours on end: i believe and man up
The song I don’t like/get tired of easily: joseph smith american moses and sal tlay ka siti
The song that I’m used to hearing a certain way (a specific version or recording) and get upset if I hear it a different way: all american prophet, but it’s only a certain part and it doesn’t really matter.
I'm going to have to say it - book of mormon for the song category thingy :)
fun yay Favorite ensemble song: Tomorrow is a latter day! Favorite small ensemble song:Hello i guess Favorite solo: Man Up (IT’S A SOLO K DON’T TALK TO ME) The song I love to sing at the top of my lungs: I Believeeeee (but seriously all of them) The song I sing in the shower: Baptise me (i’m funny huh) The song that always gets stuck in my head: all american prophet The song I relate to because it describes me/my life: you and me but mostly me i think (both sides) The song that gives me the most feels/makes me cry: MAN UP The song that puts me in a good mood: Hello The song that makes me laugh: Joseph Smith American Moses The song I can never remember the lyrics toThe song: uhh i think i’ll say i am africa even though i know the lyrics but the part where they all sing together is really hard?? I know all the lyrics to: all of them i’m trash The song I wish I had someone to sing with: i have timegirl for all of them tbh The song I would listen to on repeat for hours on end: Man UP The song I don’t like/get tired of easily: i really like all the songs but i guess jsam? The song that I’m used to hearing a certain way (a specific version or recording) and get upset if I hear it a different way: AJ’s man up, but i have like 9 versions and i listen to all of them
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I arrived into Belgium quite late from Amsterdam. On the train ride I met a lovely African lady who was seeing friends in Antwerp. She told me stories of her hometown (Gunya? I think?) and how I must visit Africa. She gave me some beautiful homemade gifts, a bracelet and a necklace! Very lovely woman. My train arrived 40 mins late! But luckily my host Ari was patiently waiting for me at the station. Wow what a sight! The most gorgeous station in the world! We walked back to his apartment and the city is a gorgeous sight at night. The architecture of this place is phenomenal! I still hadn’t had dinner so I got some hot chips with a meat gravy! Perfect for a cold rainy night in Antwerp!
Next day I wandered back to the station to take a look in the day and plan my day. Antwerp is known for its fashion, so they have a huge street called the “Meir” which has loads of dress shops and the like. I wandered down and looked at all the gorgeous fashion before stopping at Rubens House.
“Rubens House, you will get acquainted not only with Rubens the master painter, but also with Rubens the family man, the architect, the manager, the collector, the graphic artist and the society figure, as well as the inspiring role model that he was.”
I enjoyed looking at his spectacular house, each room had a different purpose and loaded with pictures! Very detailed ones with lots of elements in each picture.
Afterwards I visited “The Chocolate Line” an amazing chocolate shop! The rich smell of coco when you walk in is imply heavenly! I stayed in that shop for half an hour! Anyone who knows me knows how much I like my chocolate! I bought several of these tiny chocolates! One was fried onion flavour and to my surprise was delish.
I slowly ventured my way to the river where I was told by Ari I could walk under it and use some of the oldest working escalators in the world! It had such an amazing smell of old wood, but when I reached the bottom of the tunnel it was so cold! Took me maybe 5 mins to walk to the other side and when I came out, wow what a gorgeous sight to look back at this city.
I sat in the park there for around 1 and a half hours listening to music. I still don’t feel I am 17000 km from home! Still pinching myself I have actually made it to Europe!
When I walked back I decided to stop at a beer cafe on the way home and have a sneaky frothy one….. Be rude not too wouldn’t it 😝 I sat and enjoyed a lovely beer called, “Chouffe Bok” and man was it good! It was a cute little cafe with locals coming in and greeting the owners, something I noticed was the men all kisses one another twice on the face….. But grabbing their heads. Something I never would see in Australia. It was nice. Just two mates saying a nice warm hello! Anyway, I sat drinking beer and reading my book, old mate saw I had finished it and poured me another….sure enough I had had maybe 3 beers…..but their beer is stronger than ours, so I was relaxed! Whilst I was finishing my last beer there was a heated argument outside, it got very shouty, and kind of amusing for me….all in Dutch and I could just understand from the tone it was a general chit chat, oh and the arms wailing about! It soon ended when the owner made them kiss and make up!
Early to bed that night ready for my trip to Amiens in France! So until next time…..
This is how I’ve been stimming since I got up this morning. I’m listening to Africa by Toto and putting my Tangle to good use. If you have the audio on you’ll hear me exclaim “beat drop!” when the song hits the chorus. My camera’s microphone seems to have prioritized my Tangle’s clicking over the music.
I’m an autistic dork and proud of it.
Now I hope you excuse my wearing a bikini top and shorts. It’s 93F and disgustingly humid in Southern California right now. I have to hold off on turning on my window AC unit as long as possible to avoid running up the electric bill, so I wait until I feel like I’m breathing into a plastic bag even if a fan is on. I shut the fan off for the video because it’s a loud piece of crap. Great white noise, but a microphone hog if my camera is on! I’m gonna throw on an oversized T-shirt to go to choir practice tonight. It’s so huge it hides my shorts so it’s gonna be fun to pull it up an inch and be all “Yes my butt is covered!”
Rules: tag ten followers you want to get to know Tagged by: onlinedaddy Name: rebecca Nicknames: becca or bex :-) Birthday: sep 6 1997 omg soon Star sign: virgo Gender: female Fave color: rly nice yellow these days Time right now: 3:21 pm Average hours of sleep: 6-7 I think Lucky number: 13 Last thing googled: Melanie Martinez Number of blankets I sleep under: 2 Fave book: ??? Who knows Fave band: Beatles, black keys, Lana, 1D, beach boys n Elliot smith Last movie watched: Stick it lmao
Dream trip: South Africa!!
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This was a project that I was lucky enough to work on over this summer, for the Uber offices in Cape Town, South Africa. I’ve been working on adding color to them on my own but Uber wanted grayscale with their blue accent color.
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I wonder what Africa would be like if it would've been left alone. No slave trade. No colonization. Maybe opening of trade routes or something but no heavy influence in the people, government and health of the ingenious Africans EVER.
And then the followup - What about the Americas as well?
When watching American television shows or just seeing Americans talk In general about Africa, I see that Americans have this preconceived idea about what Africa is.
First of all, Africa is a continent and not a country.
You cannot fly to Africa as there are many countries in Africa.
Not everyone in Africa is poor and hungry, in fact Africa is filled with millionaires and even billionaires.
Nigeria’s movie industry (Nollywood) is the third largest movie industry in the world after Hollywood and Bollywood
People in Africa don’t walk around naked or with animal carcasses around to cover themselves.
We know about the latest trends and brands.
We wear Christian Louboutin, Versace , Tommy Hilfiger, Nike and all these famous brands.
Africans also have their own fashion designers such as Thula Sindi and David Tlale from South Africa.
This preconceived idea that Hollywood has somehow indoctrinated people around the world actually makes me angry.
Africans do not ride elephants or lions to school.
They are kept in zoos and game parks and in the wild (where they belong)
We have cars. Actual cars. Mercedes Benz, BMW , Audi , Chevrolet- they are all available in Africa .
These ideas and notions that Africa is a bad place and that Africans aren’t aware of the things that go on around the world need to stop .
We are advanced
We are technological
We are pretty much just as smart or even smarter than Americans
I was fooled into thinking that Stella Point was the end until the additional few hours were tacked on! This is my smile before I given that information 😥 #wonderfulwanderlust by mstravelocity https://instagram.com/p/65UCiaHFpf/