My new artwork “The Bright Side”
I went to the Christmas market in Essen last weekend. It was my first Christmas market this year (well, the season has just started). I liked the medieval part, where I played a turn of “mouse roulette”. :) And the drinks (famous glühwein, of course, but also other hot drinks) were not as expensive as on the “normal” market parts. I’d like to try a feuerzangenbowle (explanation from the dictionary: mulled wine with a rum-soaked sugarloaf lit above it), but they’re usually about 5 euros and I’d probably get the party started after that drink, if you know what I mean. ;D
Photo by Peter Wieler, EMG - Essen Marketing GmbH (hope it’s ok to take it, didn’t take own photos)
Those smartphone junkies…
I have a simple cheap cell phone with not even internet connection, and though I’m interested in modern phones and using the internet outside my home, I’m a little glad that I’m still “strong” and keep my uncool 18-euros-phone. :)
(Source: imgfave, via rustedfencebetweenhumans)
Sometimes the best you can do.
(Source: miss-rose-sister-violet, via timjan)
Ladies, tell me: why on EARTH do other women do this?? -
There’s this girl in my Spanish class who stares at me on occasion. It’s very obvious; I can see her in my peripheral vision.
She was in my Spanish class last semester as well. As she was walking out the door one day and I was still sitting at one of the tables, she stared down at me with kind of…
I had to reblog this because it totally fits my last post (the girls/women graphic).
(Source: saturdaynightsalrite, via timjan)
Enjoying funny street art in Wuppertal.
Mein grässliches Halloween in der Kluterthöhle -
Wie ich die größten Sünderinnen traf…
(Note to everyone non-German-speaking: there’s a translation link in the right sidebar. It usually brings out a lot of crap but maybe it can give you a little insight on what I’m talking about in my blog post ;) Btw: Halloween is no official Holiday in Germany, it just became trendy in the late 90s)