well now I'm probably digging into heavily private stuff I guess....
(Tsundere girls can be so exhausting and annoying, so I dunno...)
I don't mind.Quote:
I get that a lot...Quote:
That's the main problem... Honesty.Quote:
I can't help it. :3Quote:
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I feel as if this has become Sky's thread instead of Nii's...
Neechan is not the same D: Come back to us niichan!
RoadTrip would take a lot of time, money and planning to do.
I'm sure you would be in love with Akihabara. The last time I went to Tokyo, I was on the outskirts of Akihabara but was already exposed to manga/anime stuff. It's traditionally a technology centre so you can find cool gadgets there too.
Believe it or not, there are quite a number of Germans living in Vancouver: the other day I overheard a girl talking to her phone in German.Quote:
I wanted to take an archaeology class, but my university's professor gave us a course list from FUB's literature & language faculty. The new school term has already started IIRC, and only the professors from that faculty are aware that several exchange students will arrive late.
It would be funny if I introduced you to modern German literature as I'm taking the class. I e-mailed my professor that I wanted to take the course but haven't heard anything from her... I hope I'm in that class though. (Vorlesung sounds less threatening than Seminar so all the courses I took were
I'm glad that I can get the gist of a German sentence even if I don't know every word. :3 (Kind of like Japanese where I skip some kanji but still know what's going on.) Your English is good! What are you talking about, Kevin?Quote:
Aww, thanks! <3 It would also be annoying if I kept asking, "Was redet ihr? Ich verstehe nicht. "
Writing a 4 hours long test tomorrow, wish me luck!