awe this i s so pretty i love this photo and you made it even better by sentering it! wich usually never works out for me and my friends haha keep up your photography and im gonna have to make a favorite folder for you!!! (its already happened with aoao2 haha
Your welcome sir, and i bet she really really loves you heaps! Thats so sweet and all! Yah, you are Even thoe I probally live on the other side of the world from where you are and Im probally random, but, I want to wish you two a happy day! You guys are so cool ^^
I know, right? " . . . so sweet and all!" You talk the way I think.
Not only are you on the other side of the world, but your seasons are totally backwards and the water runs down your drain the wrong way. Well, I guess it still goes down the drain -- and aren't you thankful for that! -- but it swirls the wrong way. Yeah, and it must be tough, reading a random book about the "cold of December" when that month falls in the middle of your summer.
I'm not anti-southern hemisphere, or anything. I'm sure you are a fine people even if your world is inverted. pǝʇɹǝʌuı ʇ,usı buıʇıɹʍ ɹnoʎ ʇɐɥʇ pǝsıɹdɹns ɯ,I˙ But I have several Aussie friends (19 on deviantART), and in fact have done some work with Aussie cameramen and at least two directors from down under.
Which brings the question, do Australians refer to the rest of the world as "up over?" Now that I think about it, the expression "down under" has negative connotations, if you think about it -- which, as I said, I have just thought about. I wonder if that term is taken by anyone as derisive, or if it ever was used in such a negative way? I wonder why I ended a perfectly declarative sentence with a question mark? Twice!
All of which goes to prove that , when it comes to "random", you got nothin' on me, kid.
So sorry for the late reply! Exams and school...You knoe what i mean Yay, i always talk like that! I knoe about the seasons, but our water goes down the drain the other way? How is that possible? Ahahar, so true! So when we're having summer, you guys are sitting inside by the fire? Anyways, do you live live in america? sorry if Im intruding, just curious.
Wow, really? thats awesome, but just i forgot to remind you. Im not actually from Australia, i just moved here last year! Im actually from the beautiful country of New Zealand! Haha, you talk to me as if im a adult! And no, we dont think of you guys as up over just because you live in the Northern Hemisphere.
Well, see, since you're in the southern hemisphere, and I'm in the northern hemisphere, the world is rotating in the opposite direction for us. Like, if you looked down on the earth at the north pole, the earth would be rotating counter-clockwise (you may call this anti-clockwise). If you have a globe, look down onto the north pole and rotate the globe clockwise. (If you don't have a globe, try a grapefruit or a ball!) Keep it rotating the same way but move yourself so that you now see what would be the south pole. See? It's turning clockwise! Since it's the earth's rotation that causes water to swirl down the drain, it swirls in opposite directions in the northern and southern hemispheres. So much for science. If I seem to talk to you as an adult it is because whatever age you happen to be I believe you deserve to be treated with the same respect as a so-called grownup. So much for etiquette. And the bit about "up over" is because Australia -- and New Zealand, for that matter -- are often referred to as "down under." Maybe not where you live, but it's true where I live. Yeah, I live in the good ole U.S.A. Which is called "America" even though there are thirty-some other countries in the Americas (North, Central and South America). So much for geography. Now, perhaps, you understand why I say that I'm totally random. So much for mathematics.