Monday, 19 November 2012

Team Edward or Team Jacob

So! Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is out!! And I saw it!! Yesterday!! After watching the first four movies!! On the same day!!

Yes I saw all five movies yesterday. What a great Sunday!

So, are you Team Edward or Team Jacob?

I decided to analyse my team choice:


Edward was definitely very strange. And Jacob had yucky long hair. Like, what the?

So uh, neither Team Edward or Team Jacob for me. No thanks.

New Moon

TEAM JACOB!!!! Like, hello!? Jake's got hot abs, nice short hair, and is super-nice, and yeah - hot abs.

And anyway, Edward disappeared and looked really pasty in Italy.


Edward is so over-protective. And Jacob is still hot. Except he kissed Bella and broke Bella's hand because she punched him. Hmmm... but still hot. Actually Jake is literally hot and warms up Bella during the storm.

Team Jacob.

Breaking Dawn: Part 1

I love the wedding!!! I can see why there is Team Edward now. He actually looks really good when he's smiling and happy. But Jake's an awesome friend and really supportive when Bella needs him. And still hot.

Team Jacob.

Breaking Dawn: Part 2

Ok. Edward is super-happy all the time now. So he looks really good. And Edward + Bella + Renesmee are so perfect together! I am suddenly liking Edward a lot more and liking Jacob less. It's like Edward and Bella suddenly grew up into this gorgeous sophisticated perfect couple, and Jacob just stayed as Jacob. I still love Jacob, but love Edward now too, and love Edward & Bella together.

Final Verdict: I'm Switzerland.

Tuesday, 19 June 2012


So I'm sitting here waiting to sit an exam. I'm the only one here but it seems to be the right place. Hope someone turns up soon!

So anyway, I finally bought a dSLR. I can't wait til I finish this exam so I can learn how to use it.

Though, I remember some stuff from when Daddy let me use his Canon EOS from ages ago. An original EOS. Yes you have to put film in it. You know, the roll of stuff that you can't expose to light, and after you've finished the roll, it needs to be wound up and taken to a photo processing place. Oh, they came in cute little containers too. I miss those. Handy for buttons, pins, and other knick knacks. Anyway, I digress.

So I learnt how to:
- Hold and support the camera with my left hand and use my right hand to control the shutter (button).
- Remove the lens cap.
- Look through the viewfinder and zoom.
- Half press shutter button to focus.
- Full press shutter button to capture.

Now on the new dSLR, I know that and how to:
- Turn on and off. (The old cameras don't have on/off, do they?)
- Swivel the preview screen around so I can view my photos! (Cool!)

Uh, that's about it. I don't know what to do with the rest of the buttons.

I've got a lot to learn.