I know this guy who is from Italy who has been in Carlisle for 6 months and never really seen anywhere else and he was off this week so he asked if I'd show him the Lake Discrict. We went to Keswick and then as the sun came out we thought we'd stop at Pooley Bridge. It was so nice as you said. I was quite taken back by how nice it was. We walked by the lake a little bit (we got to a field that was just the largest congregation of sheep ever) and it was just so lovely. Do you swim there? The water was surprisingly warm.
I went to Pooley Bridge for the first time in my life yesterday For somewhere that's about 30 minutes away I really should visit more often. It's absolutely gorgeous (I've always been fan of Ullswater though). Which campsite did you get up to and what activities were on the table?
OMG that Shirley Clamp countdown has to go on my to-do list *listens to first song* *not keen* *skips rest*
I think English is seen as being quite COOL in east Asia. I'm quite pleased they drop in those English phrases, as certain ones such as 'OMIGOD ' and 'WOW... FANTASTIC BABY' have now entered my everyday lexicon.
And as IF anything was going to PRY you away from Schlager! I really hope Asianvision happens, I can be to Korea how you are with Sweden (ie widely IGNORED by all ).
So you don't like the LOWEST placing song, the one I SPECIFICALLY SAID was there to show how the music USED to be, and you've given up? Imagine if I did that with Eurovision! *Hears Euro Neuro* *QUITS*
I'll settle for TOP 6 (6 is gay-coma inducing) + number 22, just to see if you also get the Eurovision vibe. I seriously don't get the melody thing, though. 1 song aside, they're actually pretty good. I wouldn't have got into so quickly and easily if there wasn't some strong melody to grasp onto.
No I WAS there that weekend but we'd gone to a OGAE Sweden party on the Saturday night - I was in Paradise on Friday night though, which was one of the BEST nights of my LIFE! I probably walked past you wearing my Loreen T-Shirt! I danced with RB and MilkyBarKid at one point too!
I did hear about Sandra's speech though. What a MOMENT OF LIFE! I'd totally do Jag Tar Det Jag Vill Ha if we ever do a MF singing contest :-)