Wednesday, October 8, 2014

well...of course.

According to and stupid internet quizes everywhere my "vampire soulmate is John Mitchell from Being Human. As a bit of a homebody who would rather stay in than go out, you tend to be drawn to guys you’ve been friends with first and Mitchell is the best friend you’ll ever have. Plus, that gives you time to really develop your feelings. He’s loyal, a good listener and can comfort you when you’re upset. Plus, he’s very good looking, broody and sweet. He’ll always be there to make you laugh and put up with your odd quirks. With him you can completely be yourself. But beware, he does have a serious addiction, which may take time for him to conquer (or at least keep at bay). You are naturally very motherly and love taking care of others, so you will love taking care of him and vice versa. In other words, he’s your perfect match."

I'm sure glad they got this one right! he's so dreamy!!

I hate this one, Just kidding this one's my favorite!

It was difficult to find a video link that actually worked. Cute little clip finally of Nasim and Conan chatting. She's apparently more awesome than I realized. Also Aziz is amazballs too! so in conclusion... Nasim+AzizConanSquared= Brilliant. Now my question is why was it cut?


So Karan Ashley (who is tied for the 2nd best Yellow Power Ranger ever) is an amazing person, keeps in touch with her fans and gives awesome prizes. Announced this contest to win a signed action figure from her time with the show. Ninja Aisha! so cool right. what do i have to do? Morph of course as the yellow ranger. Now this is actually something i do regularily so it was pretty fun. Despite my horrible webcam video tuned out ok. Added bonus she even commented on it!!
now peep the morphin action!...

stay tuned to see if i was creative enough to win!!

What happened to Susan?

If you fancy a wonderful short story by an incredible author you'll not want to miss this.  The Chronicles of Narnia explored many topics throughout it's seven book run.  Many adaptations and takes on the stories and characters, but this one is particularily interesting!  Susan Pevensie was always my favorite, though she got little love from the world.  This story takes place when she is an old woman.  It gets a tad intense, and I was sad in the end, but thouroughly enjoyed my time.  It's interesting to see Neil's take on the religious world of C.S. Lewis.