Well, I just watched the American Idol finale. It was between Lauren Alaina and Scotty McCreery. I love Lauren, I really do (not as much as Katie Stevens, but still... ;) ). Unfortunately, she lost against her opponent, Scotty McCreery. You would think I would be very disappointed right now, but I'm really not. I'm happy, really. I have nothing against Scotty, he's talented, but I can't wait to follow Lauren's career in the future. She is SO cute and sweet. :D I am a fan forever, and I never thought
Been awhile since I've logged on here. Still don't have internet at my house sadly. Just been too lazy to go check it out and do it all. Gonna try soon, I miss it so dearly.
Anyways, since the last time I made a blog, alot has happened. Since moving to Reno, I've been through two girlfriends. Not gonna explain the last one, weird situation. Though we talked last night and this morning and we're gonna try and be friends. Don't know if I could handle it though. Sex with her was amazing
Shit gave me more nightmares than any Silent Hill or Resident Evil could ever hope for.
When it comes to games that have cute dolphins on the cover, this one is the most misleading.
So I was in Bracknell town today, not really up to much in particular (once I had finished what I need to do) when I walked past Currys Digital. For those who doesn't know what Currys Digital is, it's an electrical store. Anyway, as we walked past the store, I saw a TV near the entrance and it caught me eye. It took a few seconds to register, but then all of a sudden I realised what it was. I couldn't help but shriek "Oh my god! It's BoA!". Samsung's 3D TVs were showing one of BoA's latest
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I love Our Favorite Family, and I am also a video game nerd, so I love those electronic games.
However, it has always seemed that the two cannot exist well. One can state that this is simply the nature of shovelware in which game developers can't get a show or film right because they themselves had little influence in the source material itself.
Or, one can cite the developer. The first producer of Simpsons games for home consoles was Acclaim (and Flying Edge for