Awww, Shaun! This had the unexpected delight of being like a Skype call where I was disciplined enough to never interrupt you. I laughed, I grinned, I laughed some more...as if you might see my reaction.Your German is painful, but I loved the explanation for Klaus' character. It is fun to think of the people in that house all being less exotic than they wanted me (and Oliver) to think they were.I very happily have my German-language copy and look forward to when you can sign it for me with some lame thing you might know in German. You know, like, "Good luck buying tickets at the train station!" or "I'd like to order a coffee, please". Either way, it is all good.Until next time--you're adorable in your self-deprecating ways.;)
Ha! I think the truth is that we're all a little less exotic than we want other people to think we are. The one bit of German that really stuck with me is "Ich habe hunger," which literally translates to "I have hunger." The structure and grammar of German doesn't allow you to BE hungry. So, I'll definitely sign it with that :)I have no idea how I'm going to follow up this train wreck video, but I'll do my best :)HUGS!
lol awesome :D
It was fun, but the video offers clear evidence why I'm a writer and not an actor :)
Crap. I don't have time to watch this whole thing right now, but I'll be back!
Keep it clean, keep it classy, and jokes are always appreciated.