"Girls! I'm back!
I'm really sorry I have been neglecting videos but I will be back on monday doing my challenge and generally being monday. ^-^
Feel free to set me some sort of you buggered off and forgot your camera punishment."
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"I was never one for poetry. I enjoy a bit of T.S Elliot but thats about as far as it goes. Oh apart from Edgar Allen Poe, but I don't think that really counts personally.
... Out of interest, robots or dinosaurs?
Bearing in mind that this…"
"Ah, I suppose Van Gogh is considerably busy. That's why I love him, though. :)
The Picture Of Dorian Gray and 1984 are both truly marvellous books, I agree. I adore Wilde ineffably. I read mostly poetry, however, so my favourite books are…"
The kind that eats crumpets and wears tank tops and blazers, and will smoke the occasional pipe on special occasions.
Ok so. My name is Amelia. Hi.
I am a Nerdfighter... Well duh. I like to draw and read and game and create and knit and cook. If I wasn't too young I would be the perfect house wife XP. I am also unhealthily obsessed by Dr Who, I know its not exactly natural to have a life sized poster in my room of the doctor next to a picture of Obama, but why not hmmm? Why not?
I'm Incredibly white and British. This means that I can't rap. At all. And I am really really good at queuing. Especially in post offices. That and the fact that I can make excellent tea, simply because of my heritage.
Ah, I suppose Van Gogh is considerably busy. That's why I love him, though. :)
The Picture Of Dorian Gray and 1984 are both truly marvellous books, I agree. I adore Wilde ineffably. I read mostly poetry, however, so my favourite books are things such as Legion by David Harsent, Death of a Naturalist by Seamus Heaney, Birthday Letters by Ted Hughes and Four Quartets by T. S. Eliot.
Ooh, I adore Dalí! His work is unutterably brilliant, and often blissfully unfathomable. I, too, enjoy photography a great deal, and Bill Brandt, William Klein and Doisneau in particular. With regard to painting, I'd say that Van Gogh is the artist whom I hold in the highest regard, but Klimt, Magritte, Waterhouse and Munch possess a tremendous amount of my affection and admiration.
What other books do you like (other than HP and Looking for Alaska, that is)?