One of the main dialects spoken in Ghana is one called 'Twi.' From what I can tell, this is a Super Mario skit, probably done on Family Guy, with (most of) the dialogue translated into Twi. Apparently there's a whole whack of other ones, but for the purpose of my blog, I'll share this one.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
|I set the backlighting to red when it's Dragon Killing Time.|
You don't need to tell me how awesome I am. I know.
It's really awkward.
It's not that I have an addiction to it or anything. Actually, I don't get really 'addicted' to video games. It shows in the fact that I don't think about playing while at home, alone, studying. But I just feel that during those 3 weeks of my break, we built something special between us, my character and I. We killed so many dragons together. The last battle we had before school was that I killed 2 giants and a mammoth, single-handedly...
I was level 31.
At least at school I get some geeking in. I'm meeting with some friends later to play MTG (Magic: The Gathering) and I bring my 3DS to school and chip away at LoZ: Ocarina of Time. I'm more excited about StreetPass and collecting puzzle pieces and doing that little adventure game, Find Mii. Simple pleasures... simple pleasures. =P
And in my defense, it's a quick fix before getting back to business. Nya!
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
I think it went well. From what it sounds like, the company would be willing to give me some space to show off my wares. I would just give them a percentage of the item sales.
This is incredibly exciting for me. I've been doing these crafts first because I was bored, but eventually because I loved being creative and figuring out new and exciting ideas. I think it's awesome that someone is willing to give me the opportunity to see where this will go. To be honest, this is what I wanted to eventually be with these crafts. So... I'll keep you posted on how this goes! If it's not successful, it was a shot.
Wish me luck! <3