Any Keroro Gunso fans out there? It doesn't matter, I'd actually like anyone to watch this. It took me a long time, and it's my only video. Even If it's only, like, a minute and a half. I'mma try to make another one of these later, maybe.
Enjoy. And please tell me if I need to improve my editing skills or whatever.
Well, uh... Lately, in the Oklahoma area, there have been several earthquakes in the last 24 hours. Er...two. Two earthquakes. I'm sure I'm not the only one on the forum who was around there, and this is serious business in this area, since we barely get any earthquakes. There were two in one day. The first one was 4.7 magnitude, and the second was 5.3 magnitude. I was worried to death thinking about it, so I barely got any sleep. I know it may not seem as serious as it sounds, but it was serious
Updated 19th November 2011 at 11:40 AM by Wartortle
Am I the only person who thinks that most modern songs are terrible? Like, for example, rap. The song "Black and Yellow" is just saying "Black and Yellow, Black and Yellow, Black and Yellow, Black and Yellow, Black and Yellow" over and over again. It's just something about people in our modern day overall. There are a few good, disrespected artists.
"I-I love you like I love some baby." (x100)
"Baby, baby, baby, oh." (x2000)
Updated 19th November 2011 at 11:39 AM by Wartortle
At my brothers school, next Thursday is cross-dress day. CROSS-DRESS DAY.
Anyway, my brother wants to but my dad won't let him. His best friend is wearing some kind of sexy cosplay outfit. I just hope I don't see anyone with balloons. Self explanatory. I'm glad to say that my brother isn't dressing up.
I'm surprised cross-dressing isn't against school dress code.
Updated 19th November 2011 at 11:38 AM by Wartortle
So, yesterday, one of my brother's friends came over to the house. We played games and stuff, but, we eventually got bored. So, we thought it'd be a brilliant idea to walk to the girl my brother has a crush on's house. She lives about a mie or so away. We walked all the way there, and it was burning hot. Our mom told us it was 110 Degrees. We almost passed out of heat stroke. We knocked on her door, asking her to get us a drink or something cold, and she said that her parents weren't home, so she