When my friend went to a Steven Moffat talk recently there was like a montage of the doctors to celebrate the 50th and she told me the one that had the biggest applause was Christopher Eccleston. I think that says a lot, really.
I wish I could work at home.
I don’t like what I do now. Yeah, I have money. Maybe not that many but I have some. Yeah, it is good. But sometimes I think I was happier without them and work. I was going mad knowing I wasn’t able to help my family but that freedom when you could go anywhere when you wanted it…
Sometimes I want to feel it again. But money…
Also I have no idea what I have to do in this life. I love my pets. I love writing in roleplays (but I lost my spark), I love Photoshop, books and languages. But what’s my cutie mark? What should I do?
Well, I think I will be an empty glass as I am now.
in russian they dont say “i love you” they say “пожирать плоть капиталистов” which means “we are one and the same” and i think thats beautiful
I’ll… be over here. Staring. And laughing so hard I can’t BREATHE.
I want to know who told the OP that. I really do. Or if the OP is the Hassilch in the picture.
ETA: Looking at the tags, the OP is the originating Hasslich. Well DONE, OP.
as one of the native russian speakers i’m a bit… O_O
An idea about a Shiväisith wiki still lives in my head. But I decided to make a list of what we know/don’t know, here it is.
What we already know:
— what Shiväisith is in a nutshell.
— about cases.
— about plural nouns.
— about tenses (so we can make some simple sentences including negatives.)
— about short and long stems (and it’s not that easy to find a root or to say, if you“re right or not. Brace yourselves, fans!).
— a bit information about experiencer verbs.
—a bit of vocabulary.
What we don’t know:
— how to make questions, simple and complex. Question words.
— how to make the complex sentences.
a. about participles.
b. about comparatives.
— something about adjectives and their forms!
— about making nouns and adjectives.
— more about exceptions.
— more words to expand the vocabulary are always awesome and welcome.
And I’m not sure, but I had a feeling the case declensions of ethnonyms (like the asgardian, the asgardians) have their own rules.
Did I forget something? :)