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The Distillers
Stone Sour

Velvet Goldmine
Legends of the Fall
Cruel Intentions
Gilbert Grape
Interview with a Vampire
Pride and Prejudice
The Cider House Rules
Pirates of the Caribbean

Stoker: Dracula
Cross: Pope Joan
Follett: Pillars of the Earth
French: The Women's Room
Huxley: Brave New World
Moore: The Gospel according to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal
Atwood: The Handmaid's Tale
Brite: Lost Souls

Other Favourites
The Baltic Sea
Cider (Beer..)
Gender Studies

08.07. Alanis Morissette
26.04. Tokio Hotel
14.04. Juliette & the Licks
08.04. Osterrock
13.03. Incubus
05.03. The Feeling
21.02. Stone Sour
28.01. 30 Seconds to Mars
15.12. Placebo
02.12. Northern Lite
20.09. Juliette & the Licks
17.09. Disturbed
07.09. Peaches
16.04. Osterrock
04.04. Gothminister + Theatre of Tragedy
19.03. Henry Rollins
10.03. Slut + Placebo
29.08. Korn
26.05. Gothminister + Lacrimosa
13.04. Interpol
27.03. Osterrock
11.12. Mcs vs. Rockers
28.08. Wir sind Helden
??.05. Odyssee (Irie Island Crew, Mutabor etc.)
19.06. Village People + Die Ärzte
25.03. Dover
17.02. The Distillers
20.11. Marilyn Manson
08.11. Skin + Placebo
04.07. R.E.M.
04.06. Queen Adreena + Marilyn Manson
22.06. Die Ärzte
22.11. Ash
19.02. Robbie Williams

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[01 Aug 2008|09:14am]
[ mood | bored ]

I am sooooo bored!!!

Am sitting in my office right now and waiting for the weekend - and the working day has just started...

I really like my new job, but everyone's on vacation, so I've been all alone at Career Service this week, and next week will be the same. It's hot outside, term's over, so there are hardly any calls or e-mails, and no students are coming to ask for advice or apply for a scholarship. Which is understandable - if I had the chance I'd be lying on the beach, too!

Oh well, there will be better times. At least I get paid for doing almost nothing. I miss the stressful times at the International Office, though, when people were queuing outside our office and we were sweating from work and not just from sitting in an overheated room for eight hours *sigh*

There's really not much news. Mattze's in town for seven weeks for an excavation, but I won't be seeing him much. I have to work, he has to work, it's so fucking ... adult! Oh, and I went to see Alanis Morissette a while ago, and it was one of the best concerts ever (well, at least in my limited experience...) Alanis was just so nice and cute. I expected the show to be relaxed and of good quality, but what I didn't expect was that it was a rock show! I just loved it! I had a perfect view, it wasn't crowded, so I danced the whole show through. Very recommendable - go and see Alanis, she rocks!!!

Oh, and after reading Daeva's journal and watching the cute chinchilla, I thought I might as well post my two favourite videos on the net.

This one's the cutest - a guinea pig eating a banana. adorable! i love this because it looks my guinea pig Babsi, and I used to love watching her eat. I guess it's obvious why:

Okay, and before you start watching this one, make sure you turn up the volume and your boss is not around. Might lead to uncontrollable laughter:

Giggling Baby is Comedians Dream Audience - Watch more free videos

have a nice weekend!

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[22 Jun 2008|04:08pm]
[ mood | happy ]

yeah well, i guess it's time to update...

i promised to do this once i had found a job - and i did! last week was my first week in my very first real job. after exactly 2 1/2 months of frustrating unemployment i am now an employee at FU CareerService and back on the campus i know so well - including regular lunch at FU Mensa ;) Together with my boss Andrea (like me, she worked in the international office a while ago) i am supposed to introduce ERASMUS internships to FU Berlin, i.e. organize internships in Europe for students and give them scholarships.

so far, i like my new working environment. the colleagues are nice, and i'm excited to have my own desk in my own office now. i already got an FU e-mail account and will get a telephone number and business cards soon. the pay is not really high, but enough to afford a new flat. i've wanted to move for soooo long and now i can finally afford it!

to start the new job last week was also perfect timing. after a vocational training (accounting and controlling - i was so frustrated being unemployed, i just had to do SOMETHING) in may and june i had exactly one free week before the first workday, in which i visited mattze in tübingen again.

all in all, everything turned out just fine ;) i like going to work and feeling useful, and i just love that university is over. no more studying, no more term papers...enough time to watch my new favourite tv series, shaun the sheep.

here's a little vid from the show. daeva, i know you've never watched it - this is to give you an impression of just how cute shaun and his fellow sheep are. my favourite character is timmy, the baby sheep. watch and enjoy:

and shaun:

ok, now i'll enjoy the rest of the weekend and then back to work tomorrow!

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[26 Feb 2008|02:33pm]
[ mood | disappointed ]

hm... I just got the result of my M.A. thesis and I almost started crying when I saw the grade: 3,0

What the fuck???? I didn't expect a 1 at all, but a 2 with something behind the comma, dammit! And there's not even some statement that could give me a clue to what I've done wrong.

This is the second time I'm getting a 3,0 - the first was for my written exam in English - graded by the same Professor that also graded my thesis. All my other exams were fine, and this just can't be right.

At first I was mad at myself and thought I must be stupid and superficial and just a plain idiot, but now I'm beginning to get mad at that Prof! How is it possible that only her grades bring down my final result so dramatically? I just don't get it.

Oh well. I should try to think positive. I have an M.A. now, the final grade is 2,3 and I guess I can live with that. Just need a few more days to cope.

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My first job interview!!!! [07 Feb 2008|12:09pm]
[ mood | contemplative ]

So yeah, I had my very first job interview yesterday...

I really don't know what to think at the moment. I applied for a job at the East European Institute of FU Berlin , and everything happened really fast. I sent the application last Friday, application deadline was Monday, and on Tuesday they called and asked me to see them the next day.

The weird thing was: The interview was at 7.10 p.m., because the head of the department is in Stanford at the moment and we had to do a video conference. Oh boy. So two young employees of the institute and me sat in front of a TV and had to speak into a microphone all the time.

Everything was so unusual that I can't even say whether I did well or not. Plus: The TV monitor of the boss didn't work, so now he wants to talk to me again via Skype - simply to see me.

I don't know. The job would me exactly my kind of thing: taking care of the international students and the alumni network. But: It would only be part-time, and that's exactly the problem. For a part-time job the position is well-paid, but it wouldn't enable me to move into a bigger flat (which I so long to do!) or even go on holidays. My financial situation would stay about the same, and that would be kind of frustrating. Damn.

Oh well, I guess I just have to wait and see. Maybe they don't want me anyway, so I shouldn't be all broody yet.

I know I can be grateful to have been invited at all, and so fast. At least my application documents seem to be okay.

Hm. I'll stop now. Just wait and see.

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[28 Jan 2008|12:04pm]
[ mood | relaxed ]

another lj entry just to make an entry :-o

there's not much news at the moment.

well, i handed in my MA thesis two weeks ago, but i guess i won't get the result - and my final grade - before, say, march, so it doesn't really feel like i actually belong to the alumni yet. life just goes on as before, and i'm still on campus at least twice a week because i can stay in my job until the end of march.

so, now i'm looking for a "real" job. i'm still optimistic, but i guess that's just because i'm still at the beginning of everything and haven't received dozens of no thank you letters yet...

i kind of enjoy my free time. i read a lot, play freecell on my laptop, and sleep. it feels good to go dancing on the weekend without having to worry that a term paper is due soon, or an exam or whatever.

so on friday steffi and i went to 103 club in kreuzberg to see dj missil. we were on the guest list, which made the night kind of okay. because, to be honest, i just don't like elcetronic music and would not want to actually PAY to listen to that stuff. same thing on saturday, a bit nicer, though. daeva worked at rosi's, so we finally got to see the venue for free ;) i liked being there, and will go there again. but then, please, let them play some rock and metal...

mh. just thought of a little motivation: next entry will be made on the computer in my new office, in my new job. promise ;)

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[19 Nov 2007|12:31pm]
[ mood | good ]

okaaay, so lj tells me I haven't been updating for 21 weeks now. wow. i'm pretty sure no one except Daeva reads this anyway, but whatever.

along the lines of no news is good news everything's fine.
- life's smooth ;)
- writing my final thesis does not stress me at all (which is, i admit, kinda scary)
- as it's also my last term at Uni i only come here to work at the office and have coffee with friends.

i think i stopped updating when i met Mattze, which was, according to lj, 21 weeks ago. wow again. well, he's a guy that has turned into my best friend within only a couple of weeks, and i have visited him twice already in Tuebingen. Last time was last week, and we had fun! He's in a fraternity, and we went to a champagne-cocktail-party-thingy. Check out our looks ;) Weren't we just beautiful?Collapse ) Yeah well, I got drunk that night. Not on champagne, but gin tonic. oooh, the hangover...

anyway. i'll try to update more often from now on. at least it's nice to read old entries later on.

p.s. thanks daeva for saying that saturday night got better after we left, but not BECAUSE we left ;) they played peaches??? damn.

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[25 Jun 2007|12:27pm]
[ mood | hyper ]

don't know whether anyone's reading this at all, but i feel bad about not having updated in weeks, so...

basically, everything's fine at the moment, for various private and job reasons. my boss has offered to give me some-extra hours for some extra money, helping him with organizing go out!, which will be an exchange fair at my uni on July 4. So at the moment I do my usual job plus this, which, unfortunately, is a good excuse for not getting on too well with my final thesis...

I actually was very motivated and happy with reading about English first wave feminism and the novel at first, but so much is happening in my life right now that staying focused is tricky.

feels like I've been going out a lot lately, meeting people etc. last wednesday, additionally, I had a fantastic day in Kassel, visiting the documenta12 I really don't know anything about art, but I adored the atmosphere and loved some installations, notably "Deep Play" by Harun Farocki, and "The Radio" by Inigo Manglano-Ovalle. That one is a small room dipped in reddish light, with just a plastic radio on the floor and some very weird staccato noises coming from all directions. Hearing these, well, radio waves and looking out of the windows into a landscape that looks sort of red and yellow is supposed to show you what the world will look and sound like after an atomic bomb. omg, it was disturbing and beautiful at the same time. i couldn't take a picture of that one, but here's one of myself in front of the Orangerie in Kassel: Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

Friday we went to see Popette & Betancorband, which was really cool and very stylish for once ;)

oh, and the weather used to be hot and now it's raining like hell all the time, and i've visited my parents and will be in Dresden next weekend, and I've been drinking too much beer on too many nights...

Oh boy, and now I gotta go. need lunch ;) sorry for the randomness of this...

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[11 May 2007|12:45pm]
[ mood | sore ]

yeah so i've been really really sick this week.

went to the doctor's last friday for the usual checkup, and she gave me an immunization because i hadn't had one in ten years. i felt fine afterwards, went drinking with steffi and had a long night.

wasn't surprised to be tired the next day, although my arm started to hurt from the injection.

sunday i was still tired, which was strange. that night i suddenly became very feverish and was really scared when my temperature climbed to 38.6. my throat hurt, too. i still thought it might be side effects from the immunization.

monday it was so bad i went to see a doctor. and she said that i had a very bad case of angina and had to take antibiotics for 10 days. so the last days were horrible. my throat hurt so much i couldn't eat, and just drinking water made me cry. i took the maximum dose of painkillers, and it still didn't help.

yesterday was the first day without constant pain, and i'm so relieved. still tired and everthing, and still a long way to go with the antibiotics. but being able to sleep and eat and talk normally is just overwhelming. i mean it.

unfortunately i had an e-mail from my professor criticizing the concept of my final thesis. now i'm free of pain, but insecure about my degree. *sigh*

guess next week all will be better.

daeva, i hope you enjoyed AFI! would have loved to be there. maybe next time ;)

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[30 Apr 2007|12:58pm]
[ mood | indifferent ]

Mh, things happened, but somehow I'm not too enthusiastic about updating my journal today.

So just for the record:

Went to see Tokio Hotel last Thursday. It was fun. One of the most relaxed concerts ever. Mainly little girls, bar not crowded, venue not sold out, good view of the stage, really nice show. I like the band, Steffi and I got a little crush on Bill (the lead singer, no I'm not kidding!), music was okay. Well yeah, the girls screamed like crazy ... but Daeva had been so wise to give us all earplugs, so no problem there.

Friday ERASMUS party. Nice too, but not as good as last term or the term before.

Yesterday was just relaxing in the sun and drinking beer at Club der Visionäre. I guess tomorrow's gonna be the same in Kreuzberg. We'll stick to our usual 1 May ritual: Being lazy in the sun at daytime - and leaving before the usual riots start ;)

Oh, Eveline gave me the first season of Queer as Folk on DVD. Wheee. *yummy*

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[16 Apr 2007|12:57pm]
[ mood | okay ]

Had a nice weekend.

It was really sunny and hot and already felt like summer.

On Saturday, Krischan and I went to Humboldhain, where we first took a short walk through the park and then found a nice spot to settle down. We just lay in the sun for hours, had beer and later on burgers and ice cream. it was just beautiful and relaxing, and i'm sooo looking forward to summer now.

Afterwards I went to see Juliette & the Licks. The concert wasn't as good as last year's, though. I didn't like the venue, and it was packed. And, as usual: three extremely tall guys right in front of me, blocking my view. And, as usual, too: they didn't even seem to be enjoying themselves. Just standing there, not moving, not singing along, just looking bored. How I hate that! Why do these people go to concerts? To simply annoy everyone else?!? At least move to the back rows and let other people have fun!!!

Anyway. I also didn't like the setlist. Too many songs I'm not very fond of, and too many solos and other unnecessary interruptions. I've seen better.

Met with Daeva afterwards to have a cocktail, and went to bed.

Yesterday met Daeva again. Went to Volkspark Friedrichshain and had a beer there. Weather wasn't quite as hot and sunny as the day before, though.

Still, a nice and relaxing weekend. Full stop.

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[28 Mar 2007|02:57pm]
[ mood | bouncy ]

Wow, it's over!

I just had my very very last exam, and it went really well. It was the oral exam in political science, and I got a 1.3! Plus: The examiner gave me a 1.0 for the written exam I had done three weeks ago. Now I feel so happy and relieved and free!

Sun is shining, sky is blue, exam period is over - and yesterday my brother got a letter from the police. No, he didn't commit any crime - he had applied there to become a policeman, and now he's been accepted. I can't say how happy I am with all this :-)

My b-party last Friday was nice, by the way. Not everyone I invited came, and it was just sitting around, drinking and talking. Nothing really party-ish. But okay nevertheless. The girls gave me wine glasses (which I can use very well, I also got a bottle of wine) and Daeva even made a Baileys cake which was soooo good.

Now I am just happy, looking forward to the next few weeks. Orientation week for international students again, and then Easter holidays. Could hardly be better right now *smiles*

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[16 Mar 2007|11:24am]
[ mood | good ]

here's a little summary of the last few days

Thursday last week
Met Maria Jésus, who had arrived the previous day. We just went to Feuermelder to have some Cider and catch up on the things that had happened the past 2 years (since i'd visited her in Madrid...long time ago...)

Shopping with Maria. She got a leather jacket from that second hand store I love so much (cause they have kilo prices there and things are sooo cheap because of that). I tried on some jackets myself and decided to come back the following week to buy one. Didn't have much money then. Afterwards it was sightseeing, Checkpoint Charlie and Parliament, with a Latte in between. Oh, and cocktails at Mas y Mas.

Just chillin'. Ramin and Maria came over for coffee and cake, apart from that just pure laziness ;)

The first spring day this year. It was amazing, all sunny and really really warm. I went swimming and afterwards spoiled the success with a McFlurry Smarties *grins*

Incubus!!!! First time I ever saw them, and it was sooo good! It's been a while since I've been to a concert that's been THAT sold out (hardly any space to stand and dance at all) and with fans going completely nuts. The show was great, almost two hours, a long encore, little cute details on stage (like rugs, and Brandon Boyd wearing gloves with little lights in them), and perfect sound. It was fun to watch and sing along, and when they played Megalomaniac as their last song I went nuts, too ;)
It was just a nice introduction to my birthday

My birthday. My parents had sent me a ticket for Juliette & the Licks, and some money. So first thing in the morning I went back to the second hand store and bought a black leather jacket for only € 5,35.
During the day I got calls and text messages and just relaxed.
In the evening I picked up Daeva at Universal Music, and she showed my around a bit. It was really cool, but also intimdating in a way. Maybe just too cool for me ;)
Afterwards we had dinner at a Persian restaurant, and then went to Mas y Mas to have cocktails. Although my "official" b-party won't be until next week, about 10 people showed up, and I was very happy. I got presents, too. A book, voucher for a book, CDs, sweets, and a yellow rose. Oh, and an old box from Daeva and Steffi indicating that I'm sort of an old spinster now. 25 and not married... shocking! ;)

Bought cake and celebrated with my colleagues at the office. And got more presents: An IKEA voucher and a huge bunch of flowers. Even my bosses boss shook hands with me and gave me a cute little flowerpot. So now I have a very colourful "presents table" in my flat, just like when I was a child.

Next week there'll be the real party then, and I'm looking forward to it. And the week after (28th) I'll have my very last exam. Can't believe I'm looking forward to that, too :-o

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[07 Mar 2007|02:43pm]
[ mood | high ]

Oh my God!!! I just wrote my exam in political science! finally!!!

And rather spontaneously, too. When I was at my parent's last week I wrote an e-mail to the examinations office to ask whether I could write the exam between the 5th and 9th of March, and could someone please reserve a room for the exam?

Unfortunately, the responsible person was on vacation. And then, yesterday, she suddenly sent me an e-mail saying that she had been able to reserve a room at short notice, and would it be okay for me to write the exam the next day at 10?

I panicked, but then thought: Okay, I have been preparing this exam for so many months, and I think I can do it, and postponing the whole thing again would make everything just worse.

So I said Yes, repeated all I had read last night and then went to the department this morning. But then at ten no one was there to show me the room and give me the exam questions. And I waited and waited, and then finally someone came at 10.45, gave me the questions, and I did it. I got exactly the question I had hoped and prepared for, and now I feel soooo relieved and free *smiles*

So this is a happy week. On Monday, Daeva and I went to see The Feeling, and I liked it so much. The band was just too cute and nice, I enjoyed the music, which gave me this rare happy-happy-smiling-feeling.

And now the exam finally over! Maria Jésus is visiting from Madrid, so it's yummy Cocktails for me tonight. All's just well ;)

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[25 Feb 2007|06:16pm]
[ mood | silly ]

oh my god. i just discovered youtube. well, i knew it existed, of course. but i don't have any internet in my flat in berlin, and at university i just check the same sites and then leave.

but i'm with my parents now who have a flatrate. so i've just become addicted. that can't be good. suddenly it feels like i HAVE TO see that peaches video, or that juliette gig, and what about stone sour and that incubus live show...and the cute animated videos with the fluffy animals and the cute voices!!!help!!!

actually i came to see my parents for the not having to do anything. wanted to soothe the cold that hit me after 4 days of Cologne Carnical picCollapse ), and to study for my written exam in political science which will hopefully be very soon.

but now youtube got in the way. is there something like a gene that makes you prone to addictions of any kind?

oh, and before i forget: original reason for this entry = stone sour. we saw them on wednesday, and it was cool. for me, it took some getting used to, because corey looked just so different from what i had expected, and the sound wasn't too good. but the atmosphere was very relaxed, and corey was funny and cool and seemed to enjoy the show as well. it was authentic, and with an encore. haven't had that in a while.

so yeah, all good. back to youtube ;)

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[31 Jan 2007|12:35pm]
[ mood | blah ]

so i saw the most beautiful man ever on sunday. just SAW him, of course, not MET him *sigh* yeah well, it's Jared Leto. We went to see 30 Seconds to Mars, and OMG that man is so stunningly beautiful *sighs again*. how the f*** can any human being be so attractive??? i bet he's never been lovesick. i mean with HIS looks *drool*

apart from that everything alright. still lazy, still money problems, still working on making that one guy fall in love with me.

yeah well, that's it. gosh, my life's boring... Daeva's at Universal, Steffi Love's working for EMMA now, and I'm stuck in a Hell Dimension (sorry, watching to much Angel lately...)

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HAPPY NEW YEAR [03 Jan 2007|12:23pm]
[ mood | okay ]

so there we are, it's 2007 :-o

oh well. i had a very very nice and relaxed christmas with my family. no major fights, but a lot of wine, chocolate, food and pure lazyness ;) can't wait to go shopping with the vouchers i got!

my parents also gave me the incubus ticket i had wanted so much, and daeva told me that the stone sour gig (that was cancelled last october) has been rescheduled for february. 2 concerts on my list already *is happy*

new year's eve was nice, too. shortly before midnight we went to the roof terrace of Universal Music, and the view from there was fantastic and beautiful. we watched the fireworks for about 45 minutes, and they looked so peaceful - while down on the street it just felt like war and scared the hell out of me.

dancing at K17 afterwards was no dancing at all because the music sucked. but i guess it could have been worse, too. slept until 2.30 p.m. the next day and had no hangover. big plus.

now everyday life has started again, i'm waiting for the call of that one guy and will be back to work tomorrow. new year, new life? we'll see.

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[18 Dec 2006|03:06pm]
[ mood | happy ]

just a little follow-up:

I've been pretty busy lately, finally starting to prepare for my exam in political science. i love my first topic, it's so interesting once you've started reading, and a couple of times i felt really enlightened. no kidding.

job's going well, too. two weeks ago we went to Lübeck, which was nice. last week we had a day of advanced training in Outlook, tomorrow's our christmas coffe table for international students, and thursday we'll celebrate pre-christmas among the colleagues.

i've also had a very cool journalism workshop. the teacher's fantastic, the exercises are fun, and he praised one of the texts i had written in front of the class - which felt just sooooo good.

yesterday i finally started and finished my christmas shopping, so that's done as well.

and: daeva and i went to see placebo last friday. i liked it, although the arena was too crowded and the sound was bad. and brian molko had his hair completely shaved off, and stefan had a moustache. my god, what are they thinking??? anyway. i was enjoying myself. i know every single placebo song. can't say that of any other band.

mh. best thing, though? remember that guy everyboday believed to be gay although he's not? we've been seeing each other a couple of times. we had cocktails together, went to a lecture about "the crisis of manhood" and had lunch twice. he's really nice and polite and smart and determined, and i like him a lot. everything's just so relaxed with him. we'll probably meet once more before christmas. but even if we don't: getting to know him even better is definately something to look forward to in 2007.

i like my life ;)

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[04 Dec 2006|03:22pm]
[ mood | okay ]

now that was an exhausting weekend.

friday i went to steffi's to help her finish her final thesis. it was a looong night. we worked until 3 a.m., and small details were so time-consuming that i wondered how the hell i'm ever going to write my own thesis. being as lazy and non-focused as i am. *sighs*

saturday it was back to steffi's, now celebrating that she had finished and printed the thesis. CONGRATS!!!

we went to see Northern Lite afterwards. daeva had got herself "plus two" places on the guest list. the gig was... well... interesting. the audience was just so different from the usual rock concert crowd!

when we arrived, the support act was still playing. the singer was a guy in leather pants who slowly undressed himself until he was only in boots and a thong. he put on a bra once, though. it was obvious that he just wanted to provoke the audience, and it was just funny to see that it worked. people got so pissed off with the band, booing and throwing beer tumblers at them. steffi heard someone call them faggots. unbelievable.

nothern lite were quite nice. some of the songs i'd listen to again.

the best thing was the one with the white wristbands, though. the guy who managed the guest list gave us these wristbands with the name of northern lite's new album on them. inside the venue, it was packed and we tried to find a place to sit. there were some left, but when we tried to get there, there was security saying: V.I.P. only. i was just trying to make a joke and said: oh, but we have these nice little wristbands. and the guy said: do you all have one of those? then come in.

hihi, i loved that. so thanks again, davea, for getting us in!

afterwards we went to Werk 9. that was nice. listen to songs you like, dance, sweat, not caring about the way you look - how much i had needed this!

so yeah, exhausting weekend. next saturday we'll have a private little x-mas party. looking forward to that ;)

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INCUBUS COMING TO BERLIN!!! WOHOO!!! [28 Nov 2006|02:42pm]
[ mood | excited ]

yeah, so i just found out that incubus will be playing in berlin next year. 13 march, just the day before my 25th birthday. that's sooooo perfect.

i wrote my parents immediately to tell them: please please please give me a ticket for christmas!

and my dad answered promptly: sure we will

yeah!!!! *bounces with joy*

OMG i've been wanting to see them live for ages, and now they're finally coming! let's just hope the concert won't be cancelled like the korn and stone sour gigs this year :-o

oh, and for amusement:

i did this buffy personality test. can't exactly say i'm happy with the outcome...

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[13 Nov 2006|12:33pm]
[ mood | hyper ]

sooo the guy everyone (including me) supposed to be gay IS NOT! i had sort of a date with him before the erasmus party on friday, and he paid me two beers, then paid the cab to the party AND even opened the cab door for me. during the party we were together all the time it was just sooooo nice. *sigh*

oh, academically: I finally got my media studies certificate, and the final grade's a 1.9

guess i'm satisfied at the moment ;)

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