Wow...your powers of creating things blow my mind away. But HURRY UP AND UPDATE SOMETHING! -growls-
Yes, the Japanese are crazy. There are 31 Kitkat variations on sale exclusive to Japan, including 'caramel and salt', 'half bitter' and 'sakura' (cherry blossom) flavour. What does a 'half bitter' Kitkat taste like?
It might interest you to know that 'tiramisu' kitkats are selling in the UK but not in Japan.
OHH. -facepalm- I should have guessed that. The Labour party sounds like our Republicans...a sizable chunk of the nation is ticked off at them for, well, everything. Ehhh, things aren't looking good ANYWHERE, it seems...-glares at three-and-a-half-dollar gas- Politics is crazy stuff.
The Declaration compared with an angry breakup letter? Hah, that would be worth seeing. -All boyfriends are equal, but some are more equal than others-
Like you have the Republicans and the Democrats, we have three main parties: Labour, Tory and Liberals, with the Liberals always trailing a little. Right now Labour is in power, during the economic crisis, soaring oil prices, the fluctuating house market, rising crime levels, and a shortage of Kitkats.
Due to this, so many more people are voting Tory, but some think that the Tories can't do anything about it even if they take over. Cue, begin food fights.
And I wasn't kidding about the Kitkat shortage. I can't find them ANYWHERE.
US Gov is the higher of the two Social Studies classes available at my grade level. US History is the lowest, then US Gov, then US Gov Honors (an accelerated course.) Once you hit 10th grade, you have more choice (I know European History is one, and I think Psychology is part of the Social Studies department too...) And yeah. it's boring beyond belief. All we've done so far is hyper-analyze the Declaration of Independence and jump into the basic principles of the Constitution. Both of which are dull, dull, DULL. And apparently the OTHER Gov teacher jumps on desks and compares the Declaration with an angry breakup letter. >_<
What's US government honours? Sounds like the most boring class ever invented.
In my class, the Labour/Tory war is flaring up again. There's lots of wrestling and shouting, as well as people breaking each others' pencils and throwing food around. Terrific fun.
My life more interesting than learning about who would be better than 'nukelar' man? Not really. On this side of the ocean we're discussing the housing market. Hooray.
Once again, we're learning about cells, which is what we've learnt at the beginning of every single year since Year Two. Seriously. And it's exactly the same material, every single time.
Still, sometimes we get to have some fun discussing whether or not Gordon Brown looks like Mr. Potato from Toy Story. And Alistair Darling's unique resemblance to Tweety from Chicken Farm. XD
Aw. PE sucks. -kicks Phys Ed department- Hope your finger heals up...
So, how's your life? School's a drag for me...we're studying the Constitution in Honors Government, but it's all review from last year...so we usually end up talking about the upcoming election. Big thing, since our current president is an idiot who can't pronounce 'nuclear' properly. -____-;; What're you doing in school? It's gotta be more interesting than this crap.
Ooh, 'evil master' sounds niiiice... -chuckles evilly-
I understand, but feel free to feel awkward anyway.
(Also, I won't be updating for a while because I injured my pinkie in PE and I can't type 'a's very well.)
FIRST MESSAGE. -waves hands around, smacking self in the process-
Nice to see ya on PC! Most of the people here are really friendly, I think you'll find some good friends here, and the folks in the Fanfiction section dish out some really good constructive criticism. I know it's helped me develop the rewrite of T6W...and improve on my style for Fuega...xD