That's the first thing I read on the letter I received this morning. Unfortunately, my stay here in the UK has to come to an end.
The reason stated by the Home Office, specifically, is that I haven't been living with my girlfriend (our very own EXiku) for long enough. The letter explaining the refusal of my visa application, however, ended up being rather contradictory - so, hopefully, I'll be able to appeal it and get the visa. Otherwise, I'll have to go back to Canada and start all
I thought that just needed to be said. Again. And I won't stop until Microsoft bans non-textual emoticons because honestly graphic emoticons are ridiculously outdated.
There was a time when #notes reigned supreme.
Then, Skype arose to take its place.
Now, there is only Twitter, and Beast's Lair forumites have taken to this social media phenomenon in increasing droves in the past months.
I am, unfortunately, one of them.
follow me @Five_xxxxx
join the Blittersphere
sorry for not posting this earlier, my camera was messing up ;__;
I went up to Manchester and said hi to Strife (in his new home) and Bridge, who was chilling out and graduating and stuff. We even saw a church and an old library, too! It was cool getting to see Strife again, and meeting Bridge for the first time; we all went to an Italian restaurant, and Bridge and I just talked history and BL shit for a while. Good stuff.
...LeopardBear and Spinach still actually wrote things and didn't just post ironic, fully-lowercase comments. It was the best of times, and it was the-
Well, actually no, it really was the best of times. People actually paid attention to IRC back then and that's when people actually had ideas for cool things. They had ideas, I mean; IRC was just so distracting most of the time that honestly people never really wrote anything they came up with. It was a great hive-mind of ideas from