Friday, October 19, 2012


            So, when I first heard of this game, I did believe it was really stupid and that it wasn't scary.  Then I found out, it was stupid was scary.  I haven't played myself but I went on Youtube and I saw other people play it to see what it was like.  It's mainly the suspense that scares you.  And I'm not embarrassed to say that I screamed...but I do suggest you play or even watch it like I did.  I expect to see A LOT of Slendermen this Halloween.  Now, I'm gonna go back to watching Undercover Brother.


Harry Potter...single?

While trolling around on the internet, I happened to come across an article that..kinda broke my heart but made sense.  Apparently, Daniel Radcliffe split from his girlfriend Rosie Coker.  After hearing how much he  was in love with her, I was a bit taken back.  But, they are only 23 so it's perfectly fine for them to break up.   They're still young! They've got plenty of time to find the one they're meant to be with.  At least it was good while it lasted.


What am I doing?

So, I realize this blog hasn't been used much so I'll try to update it more often.  But, in the meantime, enjoy this picture.

Friday, September 7, 2012

VMA's: The Best and the Worst

VMA's: The Best and the Worst

Now, we all know the VMA's were last night but, it wasn't the great show we expected.  Normally it's as FANTASTIC as we want it to be but this one was a bit on the down low.  

Taylor Swift's performance was a great way to end the night (and sported where's Waldo stripes)  We are Never Getting Back Together has been a great new single of hers, which I had to get used to.  With the more pop-sounding music than her usual country it was quite different.  But as I kept listening to it, I do like it.

P!nk's performance was excellent of her song Blow Me (One Last Kiss).  With the fun song and her lifting up from the stage (as she did at another performance at the VMA's) it was a great performance to watch.

And then, Frank Ocean.  What an emotional and utterly fantastic performance that sweeped the twitter streams and (for lack of a better word) my feels.  Thinkin Bout You was just...beautiful.  And I loved every second of it.
Rihanna who opened phenomenally with her song 'Cockiness' and 'We Found Love'.  Great song and performance.  She deserves her video of the year award.   
And the Worst:
Now as I was excited to see the comedian, Kevin Hart, host this years VMA's the jokes, overall, were a bit disappointing.  One which included the joke a bout a 'little' security was a funny as I think they thought it would be.  And when I saw who was going to be presenting, I was expecting a laugh, but, you don't always get what you want, do you?

But, at least you can say the show was not that terrible.  There were also performances by:

One Direction who performed a great but slightly uneventful performance of their song 'One Thing'.  As I love them as much as I do, it could have been better.

Alicia Keys who performed her new song 'Girl on Fire' which featured Nicki Minaj (who did better than I thought) and Olympic gymnast, Gabby Douglas.  As the song was inspirational, the performance was very subtle.  But by the sound of it, maybe the song will be on the next Hunger Games soundtrack.

 And of course special guest Psy (Who I happened to be very excited to see) who danced with Kevin Hart to his very famous 'Gangnam Style'.  And also shocked singer, Katy Perry, quite a bit.  

Saturday, August 4, 2012


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