Post by Siana Blackwood on Mar 1, 2012 8:58:58 GMT -5
I can't - WASP.
I am now scared by the following item from earlier in this thread: a Glee version of Smooth Criminal. But then I'm always a bit scared of Glee. Now, having taken way too long over this post, I'm listening to:
Reign of terror - Rhapsody of Fire
You've met Siana. Your mind is now lost.
Just don't mention the H-E-Double-Hockey-Sticks...
March 2014 goal: add 30k to The Artist.
Post by Agent Double Oh Zero on Mar 2, 2012 0:14:59 GMT -5
I've never heard of Michel Telo, but that could just be me, rather than because I'm in the USA. I have this habit of never knowing my pop cultural references...at least, not the same ones everyone else knows! I just can't stand things like Adele, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and all the other crap that's popular. That's because I'm actually a complete metalhead. :-) If it's not hard rock or metal, I don't usually listen to it. xD
Let's just say my idea of relaxing writing music is death metal (especially melodic death metal! <3 <3), and my idea of a lullaby is Iron Maiden! xD
"Like reflections on the page, the world's what you create." -Wither, by Dream Theater
Haha different genre that is I listen to pop music though, but I'm more into 80's and 90's music. And being in a band playing covers on parties and weddings I need to know a lot of them...
But Michel Telo is actually Brazillian but 'by accident' in blowed over to Europe (a soccer player did the dance of the song after scoring a goal, and -yeah- they have quite some influence ^_^). So now all of Europe is dancing to this song no one understands 'cause it's in Portuguese. So I was wondering
At the moment not really listening, but watching a movie with friends. The Cinderella Pact.
German student? Haha nice. I lived in Germany for six months, though my German is quite rusty. Needed to send an e-mail in German a while ago. Had to think hard on that again, but there was a time when I was quite fluent in it haha.
Oh and I think I know a (Dutch) song with quite some languages in it as well, but it's more stand up comedian, so not that serious
Post by lionhuntermo on Mar 2, 2012 17:25:18 GMT -5
Really? The only place out of America I've been is Canada... But I heard it's not as big of a deal in Europe, right?
I've been in German for four years now? And my German is pretty bad... Think I failed my vocab quiz today pretty bad... Though my friend cursed pretty well in class today (to which our awesome teacher replied "You know, you're accent is very good.").
...Wow. How long has this post been sitting here without me posting the reply? Huh. >shrug< And it's only Day 2.
Update: OH MY GOODNESS I GOT IT TO WORK (or, break, rather) AGAIN!! YES!!!!
No, not that big a deal, but Europe is about the same size as America, so I guess you can compare it to visiting a different state. Only they speak different languages (and there are some larger countries). Holland's quite small. I'm in Germany in 30 minutes by car. Amsterdam is a two hour drive As a kid I used to spend a lot of holidays in Spain, France, Austria, Belgium, Italy etc. Haha. Oh and I loooove the UK. London and Wales are my favourite spots. And I hope to study a semester in Norway next year! I like to learn languages as well. Enlish is a favourite though -again ^_^- Like it almost better than Dutch
Guess it's hard to learn German for you, since it's far away. I've been visiting Germany since I was about 5 years old, so heard it a lot. We've got German television and everything. I learned German by listening to it and simply speaking it. Wasn't too good at it in school -all those rules- Haha good to hear you've got a good accent if your cursing haha, your friend must be a quick study
Oh and listening -right- got Cooler than me by Mike Posner on the radio.