I-I’LL STOP LOOKING AT TUMBLR FOR A WHILE NOW, OKAY.
YES I AGREE STOP IT THIS VERY MOMENT >/////////<
liyisbeatosfurniture replied to your post: reblog if you think liy and halcy are moe
non siamo moe v/////v
però halcy è tsundere. tanto tsundere.
lo siete eccome :3
ngh—!! halcy di più!!
/adesso leggerà il suo nome qui e inizierà a dar di matto chiedendosi che stiamo dicendo :3
H-hey, if you’re gonna talk about me at least do it in a language I can understaaaaaaaaaaaand ;w;
and liy, no crying!! owo
liyisbeatosfurniture replied to your post: white :3
the more i know about you, the more you seem a really nice, cute person to me ;__;
öasdhöasbjdasld o////////////o I am probably not as nice and cute as answers to anything on the internet may make me seem orz
AND why would you end that with “;__;” there is no reason to cry there and anyways it’s warm so you cannot afford to lose any water! So, no crying!
Splitting again, see previous answer.
- There are many foreign-food restaurants in Bad Schönborn, there is a chinese one, a greek one, two italian ones… the greek place is really good!
- Bad Schönborn is really made of two different towns, “Mingolsheim” and “Langenbrücken”. They’re growing together more and more, though.
- It’s probably local bias speaking, but I think Bad Schönborn really looks pretty in winter when it has snowed.
- Karlsruhe is called “Fächerstadt” (Fan City) because it looks like a Fan when you look at it from above, the streets all radiate out from the castle.
- The castle and castle park are right next to the uni, so it is neat to go there in summer after or between classes.
- A subway is currently being built in the city center.
- The uni I go to is a “Technische Hochschule”, which means that it mostly teaches technology related subjects and sciences (It’s less focussed on the arts).
- The uni I go to is called “KIT”, “Karlsruhe Institute of Technology”
- It used to be called “Universität Karlsruhe”, but a year ago it fused with the Karlsruhe Research Center (A big research center just outside the city) to form the KIT.
- We have to pay 600 Euro tuition per semester, which I think is too much. There is a chance of this changing very soon.
- The uni is a campus uni, there are only very few buildings off campus.
- There are a little more 20000 students and a little more than 8000 staff.
- We have a student-run pub right in the middle of campus, next to the big lawn in front of the biggest lecture hall, that sells beer and coffee and sometimes organizes special events or parties or concerts.
- I am very bad at learning languages, it seems like nothing ever sticks when trying to learn them.
- I am somewhat politically left.
- I spend too much time on IRC.
- Spätzle can be enjoyed with Wiener Schnitzel or with Schweinemedallions.
- Some people put Semmelbrösel on top, which I love but all my cousins hate, so I usually get to eat the part those are on.
Orange: Hm, I’ll split this between the town I grew up in and the city I live in now.
First, grew up in, “Bad Schönborn”:
- Bad Schönborn is a small town which has a hot spring and a lot of hospitals, mostly for rehabilitation of chronically ill people.
- Bad Schönborn isn’t truly rural because places in this state (Baden-Württemberg) never really are, the next city is just 15 minutes by train - in either direction!
- Bad Schönborn has a big nordic-walking event every year, to which people from all over the country come.
- Karlsruhe is absolutely dominated by the technical uni I go to. At least 10% of the population is students or uni staff.
- The german constitutional court, the only court allowed to decide matters of constitutional law (not an appeals court, like in many other countries!) is here in Karlsruhe, right next to the castle, a 2 minute walk from uni.
- Karlsruhe is not very big, there are only about 290000 people here, and no really big buildings or skyscrapers or anything.
- I have brown hair and eyes.
- I like to wear a watch for nostalgic reasons, it’s a gift from my dad when I started uni, who got it from my mom when he started uni. It always goes wrong by a few minutes per day, but I wear it anyways.
- I have a somewhat high tolerance for caffeine.
- My room is rather big for a student room, I think.
- I have postcards I’ve recieved and tickets of concerts or art exhibitions or such which I’ve went to on one wall.
- I have four speakers in the room, they’re arranged around my desk.
- I have a balcony.
- My room is on the ground floor of the house I live in.
- My posters keep falling off the wall and I am too lazy to put them back up.
- I have at least 100 meters of wires running back and forth along my walls.
- My curtains are green, matching my carpet.
- I am running out of space to put books, so some of them are sitting on a table.
I have a huge desk.
My favourite colour is dark purple.
- I want to have more clothes that are not black or gray, but things like those are hard to find in german clothing stores.
I wear glasses and don’t really want to change them for contacts, mostly because I like how they look.
The food I like best is Spätzle mit Soße, like that: http://landschpaket.de/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/spaetzle.jpg
- The best sauce for those is definitely pepper sauce.
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- Purple; 10 facts about your room
- Green; 8 facts about your pets
- Yellow; 7 facts about your school
- Orange; 6 facts about your home town
- Pink; 4 facts about your parents
- White; 3 facts about yourself
- Grey; 2 facts about your favorite foods