ideas plzMy girlfriend and I are seeing Lady Gaga in June this year. Despite how expensive the tickets are, we're both pretty stoked, so much so that we want to go in costume. She's dressing like Gaga from the 'Judas' music video, and I have no idea what the fuck to do.
Vicky Secret Santa JournalBecause I realised people don't know shit about what I like. Hell, I don't think I know shit about what I like, but here goes.
First off, as you could probably guess from becoming my secret santa, I live in Australia, that's ages away from where you live (probably). It takes UPS an average of 2-3 weeks to get something here, so you might need to plan around that if you're going to ship it from the states. If that's the case. Shipping can be a bit deadly at times, so there's also that.
Currenty I'm playing a shitload of WoW. A character I made around 3 months ago has a /played of 16 days as of me posting this (so that's 384 total hours that I've played it). Because seriously, how could you not love this happy looking chap? The only bit of WoW merch I have is the Death Knight class shirt, because it's ballin'.
I'm a big fan of metal, and me and my girlfriend intend to get a record player as a Christmas present to each other, so something to go with that would be rad. So I guess that'd involve listing my favourite bands, so The Red Chord, Misery Index, 3 Inches of Blood, Baroness, Bolt Thrower, Converge, Kate Bush, Queens of the Stone Age, Sisters of Mercy. Honestly though the shipping might be heinous, so if that's the case just ignore this entire section.
Me and my girlfriend are also looking for stuff to make our unit seem more individual. So any decoration or picture or something that you think would associate well in a place that I live in would also work really really well.
Also, if you're not my friend, I'm sending you a friend request when this is all over. JUST SAYIN'.
hahaha, what a story markYesterday marked two years that me and my girlfriend, Amanda, have been together. This is the longest relationship I've ever been in, and I hope I stay in it for many, many more years. To celebrate hitting this milestone the night before we did two things. First, we watched a laser show on the Brisbane River, because it's part of the Brisbane Festival and we fucking love lasers. The second thing we did was see 'The Room' in a theatre with another couple, and a whole plethora of other people. I have to say this was one of the most entertaining experiences of my life, and if you ever get the chance to do this, you have to! Never before has yelling "BECAUSE YOU'RE A WOMAN" and throwing plastic spoons been so satisfying.