Hey there! I'm closing this place down and the migration of data to a new, improved website has started already, so keep in mind that anything you post from now is gonna be wiped! Will be back shortly with news. Cheers //LONDON
Me and Mary were in Trondheim in the begining of February and did some promoting (in terrible insanely cold weather xD I'm always dressed for summer), and now I've put together a little video for those interested. Thought I might as well post it here, since it's the same Street Team (You guys did a wonderful job btw! Looking forward to meet you on saturday!) So.. enjoy
And oh, I was wondering if it was stupid to use the song in the background, but it's a private video and only people who press the link get's to see it, and I'll only post it here so.. Hope it's okay. If it's not - let me know and I'll mute the whole ting.
If anyone wants to be awesome, I would really like to be told how to change my avatar :p I've tried changing and saving for quite some time, and also first deleting the old one before adding the new one - but it always just pops back to the old one when I'm done.
I didn't find us awesome Norwegians on the list, so thought I might let you know: https://www.facebook.com/CrashdietNorway
It's the official Norwegian Street Team - reopened! Me and Sheila is running it and gonna make it kick ass
I'll be making noise in Oslo for sure! We should hang out Sheila and Rebel_Ray!
I've been a big meat-lover all my life and I've never really understood how anyone could survive without it. The only dinner I could think of without meat in it was pancakes and tomato soup.. :p But now I've actually dated a vegetarian for a while and that has truly opened my eyes! There is so much amazing stuff that can be made without meat - both delicious and cheap! So even though I can't say I don't eat meat anymore it's not a must in my diet any longer and I don't miss it when it's not on my plate. I love experimenting with foods and flavors so I'm very excited to explore more of the vegetarian-way (:
I've only ever seen KISS 1 time live, that was about the time of the KISS Alive III album (mid 90's?). WHilst it was a good show, these days i just don't fancy paying $200 for a shit seat at the back of the arena.
Wow, that's expencive! :S This was my first time seeing them and the show was on a festival, so it didn't really cost that much. I really wish I could go to the US and see THE TOUR (Mötley and KISS), but holy shit the tickets are expencive! And all that bullshit about different areas like "diamond area", "gold area" and so on, which is closest to the stage and cost a shitload. I miss when tickets were affordable and you had to arrive early to get a good spot in front of the stage. Luckily there are still some of that sort here in Norway