Mika The Boy Who Knew Too Much Zip
I'm waiting his album tonight. I have not so much hour for that but also I'm waiting his Eiffel stuff. Probably he gonna do in midnight for France but okay. I'm gonna wait. Idgf about school tomorrow
Mika The Boy Who Knew Too Much Zip
It's official that there'll be a Japanese Edition with Sound Of An orchestra and It's My House as bonus tracks but I haven't seen this edition anywhere else yet: -music.co.jp/mika/products/uicu-1312/
El nuevo disco de Mika, "The boy who knew too much", es ideal de la muerte para que las modernas que hace dos años pegaban botes como locas y lo consideraban un genio ahora lo pongan a parir porque ya es megapopular y sus canciones salen en los anuncios de cerveza y en el baloncesto en la tele.No voy a decir nada de las amargadas indies pelosucio que siempre han jurado que les horrorizaba sólo porque ellas escuchan música para sufrir, y algo con lo que se disfruta no puede ser bueno. Son como la versión cilicio del pop.Qué barbaridad! Tres entradas sobre música y una sobre cine en este blog. Pero qué pasa? Es que está volviendo a sus intenciones originales? O es que mi vida y lo que me rodea es una insustancialidad albriciosamente mistélica en la que no pasa nada relevante? Pues no sé, con decirte que no me corro desde hace semana y media... estaré amargado, como los pelosucio. Eso no quiere decir que no folle, que ha habido sexo por activa y por pasiva, pero chico, si hay quien tiene problemas de eyaculación precoz, lo mío es todo lo contrario. Joder hasta que me corro! A ver si los chicos de A ti qué te gusta algún día hacen uno de sus interesantes tutoriales consultorio sobre el tema. Pues nada, que debo tener ahí acumulado... ni sé. Eso sí, el requesón me lo lavo, que no es plan apestar a las posibles caras que se me acerquen.Bueno, que me disperso, como las Megaperls del Persil. Que yo iba a hablar del disco de Mika que ha salido anteayer a la venta.Es digno sucesor del anterior, Life in Cartoon Motion, y sigue la misma estela de pop melódico y animado. Tiene sus falsetes, su pianito machacón, sus voces de niños, sus coros en plan himno. Vamos, nada excesivo, lo habitual. De momento me falta un trallazo como el Agachupín, agachupán, agachu pain pain pain pain del Grace Kelly, pero es que aún no se me ha metido en la cabeza.Para criticonas del tipo mi amigo ése que es un cruce de Eusebio Poncela de joven con Krystle Carrington y un toque de Esperanza Roy (clic), sí, muchas canciones suenan a ya oídas, a viejas. Hay cosas tomadas de Prince, el single era talmente Belinda exGoGo Carlisle, la última canción es top Queen, hay sonido Beatle, sonido tardochentero, incluso un rollo étnico (y ya conoces mi absoluto ASCO a todo lo étnico/racial/buenrollito)... Sí, suena a viejo... pero suena a nuevo.Que las talibanas se rasguen las vestiduras y pongan el disco a caldo, las tres primeras canciones del disco te dan un subidón en el atasco de coche de la mañana que llega uno al trabajo pegando grititos hipermegamariquitísimos. Ah, que no he dicho que la música de Mika es muy maricona? Y qué es la música marica o música gay? Pues la que te hace levantar los brazos como loca cuando la escuchas. Y a mí, de momento y hasta que me harte, me pone.Ya verás, cuando estalle me acabará saliendo cuajo.Descargar Mika The Boy who knew too much Download
I fell in love with you, Lily. I knew you were going to be my baby girl then and you are always going to be my baby girl.You were instantly family the minute I brought you home. You challenged all of us (dad, mom, and sister Ava) in every positive way to make us better parents for you. No matter what obstacles came forth, you still gave us unconditional love. I bonded with you from the beginning, Lily.
As my friend Rachel described it, sitting naked next to someone is a very effective way to remove all the barriers. But even more so, I think it lures you into a false sense of intimacy. I mean, only the people closest to me have seen me without makeup on, much less stark naked.
Because there are hundreds of millions of reasons why AMERICANS and GEOGRAPHY do not mix very well together. The elementaries should get maps immediately, and if they already got them, someone should write some text on them. And mark the scale used. It is also important to understand the coordinates, nautical miles, distances and projections used and the difference between two and three dimensions. And it is scientifically proven Darwin really existed, but I guess it does not matter that much.
My husband was a Swedish speaking Finn and I understand Swedish quite well.So we were laughing with them after every joke and finally one of those Swedish guys asked where are we from as we seem to understand Swedish. Of course, we took all the joy when proudly confessing to be from Finland.Priceless:))We had so much fun together afterwards:))I have enjoyed myself immensely when reading your posts.Thank you.
I am also really happy about naked sauna. It means every Finn has seen REAL PEOPLE (your parents, your grand parents, siblings, friends and hundreds of strangers) naked since birth and develop a much more healthy body image and confidence. We know all those airbrushed perfect models in magazines are fake because we know what people look like IRL. It also normalizes our bodies in this oversexualized world and liberates you from being ashamed of your body.
Going and coming to finland fir the past 19 yearsFirst thingh you get is not at all sauna butSalmon soup /lohi keittoSauna sometimes in the summer in their summer cottage is a mustNobody ver obluge me to jump in to the ice cold waterCompare to danush swedish or NorwegiansFinns are very down to heartThe Scandinavians are very full of themself i did not find thst in tFinnush peopleYes for me as italianThat u like to gesticolate and cant keep my mouth shut sometimes they are a bit to quiete and so much talkativeBut after all of this yearsI really start to sppreciate this very unique finnish qualityWhen they di ralk is not B.sheepThey are very profoundUnlike the americans
I remember having a long conversation with the (non Finnish) drummer of Stratovarius years ago after a gig where I just asked him straight up how he came to terms with the fundamental oddness of Finnish people. He knew exactly what I was talking about lol, it was funny as hell. Long story short he eventually did haha and said he grew to quite admire their fastidiousness and professionalism.
Sad that so many people missed the point here. Your text was very funny. I think that many of us finns are afraid to talk other languages because our language (and spelling) is so different from others. There are good things in every country and good and bad people everywhere. I have experienced bullying here in Finland but found also very loving people as well. I have lived in Sweden also and have both good and bad experiences. We are all just human in this planet. I find it very positive to see that many young people in Finland are more open to new ideas and having more courage to brake some tabus. It is been seen more and more around the world, thanks to the Internet. We are not so different after all. Very much love to everyone, where ever you may live and welcome to Finland even though I may not speak to you very much because of my social anxiety (I do not speak to many finns either).
I just wanted to send a heartfelt Thank You to you and your team. I honestly can't remember how long ago you guys first started caring for our dogs (8 years maybe?), but it feels like forever. As I'm sure you know, Curtis and Pepper were our children before we had children and we built a life and world around them. Even after we had (human) children, the dogs were still special and spoiled and central to our lives. Your team became a regular part of their lives and our household. Whether it was their walks during the week or overnights or holidays or vacations, I can't let tell you how nice it was to know that they would be cared for by people who understood them. While Pepper was a very laid back dog, those of you who worked with Curtis know that he was *special*. He was enormous, loud, drooly, anxious, and hated to be left. It took special people to see past this big dog's frantic behavior and know that it was anxiety, not aggression, and be patient and work to understand him. Curtis would excitedly "talk" to whoever would come to walk him and then immediately trot away because he enjoyed being chased down to put his leash on. Pepper would patiently wag freeze and wait for her turn. As the kids got older, they figured out who the walkers were and would either happily chat at them and tell them everything that was happening (Emmett) or shyly hide and watch them from around the corner before loudly yelling goodbye (Caroline). While everyone on your team is wonderful and we have appreciated all of them,I would be remiss if I didn't take a moment to say something about Hunter. I cried when I said goodbye to Hunter because she had started to feel like a regular in our house and an extended part of our family. It was so clear that she loved and understood our dogs and also so clear that they loved her and looked forward to seeing her. She is a special person and I am so grateful that our dogs got to spend so much time being doted on by her.
I found Dogs Love Running! in the fall of 2013 and could not be happier with them. They are very accommodating and flexible with their visits, in the first place, which is very important to me as my schedule can sometimes change at the last minute. When they visit, they always leave a brief note about what occurred during the visit (for example, letting me know if the dog ate dinner while they were there), as well as a personal note about their interaction with the pets. More importantly, though, they love my pets as much as I do. I know that my pets are well-taken care of during their visits, and I never worry about my animals. And my animals seem to love the visits, as I'm told they always run to greet the caregiver and behave as if she is their family. It doesn't get much better than that! 350c69d7ab