Originally Posted by chrispenycate
Hey, who you calling strange?
Not that I consider you wrong, although I would have suggested "strangests" rather than "strangers". Still, lacking a strangometer, how can one measure relative weirdity?
Yes. Scotland is a bit lumpy, and (by my experience) damp. I doubt whether your Kracken ever needs to retreat to it's natural depths (I know, the sun does come out occasionally. Or so I've been told; I can't vouch for any personal experience, and they say that about Seattle, too).
So, welcome in. I promise not to criticise any of your typos, grammar errors or punctuation until exams are over, all right?
Glances at tags. Violinist? Hey, we've almost got a string section! Doesn't the cat object?
Haha, then I promise not to critisize your until after my exams also :P Well when all the stars were aligned, it's a full moon and nobody's been stabbed in glasgow or fife the night before, yeah, it's pretty nice outside and i can leave my wee hut to sunbathe in the light drizzle
In my experience Seattle is enourmous, and has nice weather. It was scary though, so many people in the same places constantly moving, I'm from a small town on the coast.
Haha! Who are these talented devils? Might you be a string player also?
Which instruments we got?
Ah the cat doesn't live with me, he lives across the road at my boyfriend's home. His parent's are away at the moment so I get the pleasure to look after the little guy, he's so sweet!
And it's a pleausure to meet you, sir!