MIKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : D
hi hows it going? did you want someone to talk to im new to this site and am trying to make some connections
Until you return, man...
Keep well :p
XD alright alright big butt.
OOF. XD I see someone knows how to tip their toes~
Where is this beautiful boi in your profile pick from, I must be informed!!!
Hi Mika! ^^
Anytime RWBY finishes with their main series, RWBY chibi was the one that kept my love strong and alive. RWBY chibi uses so much of the main storyline's material as puns, it makes you all excited and love it whenever you watch it. It's basically parody of the main series with 4th wall breaking puns with cute chibi models. Good job Rooster Teeth!
I've also seen most of the episodes of Camp Camp and Some of The Nomad of Nowhere. I do enjoy watching them but I can't seem to share my great love towards RWBY. In Camp Camp, Max is my favourite character. When the show started, he seems to hate about everything about the camp/anything! But now he secretly cares and protects it without anyone noticing (I hope I didn't spoil much).
I haven't watched Mystery personal shoppers and Angel's revenge because I never knew about them. I watch Korean dramas mainly through the website called Viki. This website has this amazing thing called timed comments, where people leave their comments at a specific timeline of the video. This system makes you feel like you are watching along with many people as you watch your drama. The main issue with using Viki is that not all of Kdrama can be accessible due to difficulties in acquiring a license for them. I'll check out Mystery personal shoppers and Angel's revenge, and thanks for letting me know! I am glad I found another Korean drama fan on here. Let me know if you happen to have any recommendation for any Korean drama! I mostly like watching Comedy + Romance genre.
Lumpia look so much like spring roll! I wonder if they taste similar as well :)
That is very interesting, I will try to find one and try it for myself.
I am not sure where about in the US, but I had to tag along. The place was a largely populated city, so there wasn't really anything special to look at except for the usual buildings and traffic. Since there wasn't an objective for me being there, I wasn't that comfortable except maybe with a big pile of worries... However, I can say that I have gone to the US at least once :)
I do want to visit the US again someday to meet Rooster Teeth(Company which I am a fan of) and some of their members...
Yes, Montreal and Quebec are within Canada! I have mainly gone there to visit some of the places that filmed my favourite Korean drama called "Goblin". Too bad the trip did take long and I suffered quite a bit xD. I was still satisfied as I have pretty much visited most of the places where drama has filmed~