last night I had a dream where I was answering questions in Russian, but when I forgot how to say something, instead of pausing and thinking about it, I would like involuntarily start speaking English and have to apologize and rephrase myself in Russian
even with that difficulty, though, it’s kind of cool that my brain was trying to practice translating my thoughts into Russian even while I was asleep
!!! beissoul enthusiastically posted a link to o mie on facebook we have the same fav eurovision 2013 song…
well, maybe I was being kind of hasty by saying that, I’ve really liked a few of their entries. I just think there have been a few times where they got a lot more credit than they deserved for some reason, maybe even in part because they’ve established such a good reputation (the year they won was one of them), but whatever I’m sure a lot of people liked it haha
lbr though I doubt very many people want to go back to any country that just hosted so soon
balkanwarcriminal replied to your post: I don’t dislike Only Teardrops, nor did I dislike…
Europe doesn’t strike me as a very risk taking place though…
yeah, I guess if I had been following Eurovision for longer I would probably know that it happens almost every time
as long as there have been surprises before, we can hope for them to happen again, though
I don’t dislike Only Teardrops, nor did I dislike Euphoria, but it is annoying when the song that has been projected to win ever since it was chosen does so with no surprises or struggle
and both of those entries had performances that weren’t changed at all from how they appeared in their respective NFs, so yeah it’s kind of sad to look back and realize that the winning entry and even how it looked was in place since February
I just want something surprising and suspenseful to happen in Eurovision, like when Azerbaijan won in 2011, except, you know, not Azerbaijan
I’M FAMOUS FUCKERS
Watch this for Andrius’ reaction.
twentiest? what’s the fucking number twentiest
The official video for Pasha Parfeny’s Lăutar (Moldova 2012.) The springy-haired guitarist is backing singer Aliona’s boyfriend, who could be seen behind the scenes supporting her Pasha-penned entry this year. Second backing singer Tatiana, though she missed the chance to represent Moldova with a solo entry of her own, also accompanied Aliona to Malmö.