Monday, 29 April 2013

A Few Ground Rules

Hello again! I'm so sorry about the delay, I've been kind of busy. First of all, the whole 'Chris Kendall fangirl' thing has taken up a lot of my time. Also, despite the lack of maturity you'll find in my posts, I am actually in Year 10, so I have quite a bit  quite a lot  a shit-load of coursework to do. AND I've had no internet for a while. ~Fun fun fun~
Anyway, what else have I neglected to tell you? Oh yeah.
If you don't watch Chronicles Of Syntax, you won't understand my internal screaming and emotional fragility. You should totally watch CoS, though, it's got Liam Dryden in it, which is always an indicator of panda-coffee. Noone can resist that adorable, squidgy Scottish face of beauty.
And I've actually got something kINDA topical to tell you.
Basically, as I'm still in school, I have to spend my time with teenage kids, or as their parents/teachers so often, too optimistically, call them, 'young adults'. In my ICT class today, I was passing the time doing my work and only occassionally staring into the middle distance doing more important things, like imagining kickthestickz fanfiction, with me playing the part of Pj.
ANYWAY, somehow, someone in my class had the bright idea of typing my name into google and finding my blog. This was very enjoyable, as you can imagine. In fact, I couldn't even hear him reading it out over the noise of teenage boys laughing hysterically at my life. I mean, I couldn't blame them for that; I do it daily. But the fact that these kids were giggling at something I had created kind of, I don't know, pissed me off? Call me hypocritical, call me stupid, call me Charlie McDonnell. Upon reflection, I realised that my annoyance was completely irrational and that if I put something on the internet, internet users can find it, and that I shouldn't prejudice them or be EXTREMELY ANNOYED AND READY TO MURDER THEM IN FORM THE  NEXT DAY if they should. So, if anyone from my school finds my blog, and laughs at me for it, all I can say is that I'm the one who's been complimented on their blog by their favourite blogger. What have you done today?

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

It's twenty twelve!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! HAPPY 2012! Wait, what? It's 2013? Christ, that was fast.
Anyway, I think I should update you on my life so far.
I became a health freak.
By this, I mean that I bought some green tea. Yeah, really extravagant. But I really should be healthier. *Sarcasm update: I'm eating a doughnut while writing this blog post, and I'll probably have eaten the whole box by the time this post ends*
I became a fangirl.
Have you ever heard of Chris Kendall? No? Well, why not? He's my favourite YouTuber (and now actor) and he should be yours too. I was checking my tweets the other day, and saw that he had tweeted that Cuckoo was on. Now, I've told you about Cuckoo before, and how it's my favourite TV show. Now, imagine my reaction when I see that my favourite actor is on my favourite show. I am proud to say I fangirled and screamed and, while watching it with my mum, kept pointing at the screen laughing, saying "look it's Chris do you see him I love you Chris OMG look he smiled look he breathed I am going to marry him" etc.
I became a PROACTIVE fangirl.
I was watching some old crabstickz videos (crabstickz, I should clarify, is the name of Chris' YouTube account) and discovered that he had an email address. So I emailed him. And 8 hours later, he replied. HE REPLIED. Would you like to see what I, and he, said? No? Well, I don't care because I told everyone.
I said:
 Hello! Chris, right? :3
So! Let's talk "you". More importantly, your epicness. I am a massive fan of your channel, and seriously, when I found out you were doing work with the BBC, I'm not ashamed to say that I fangirled a little bit. Out of pride, of course. So! You got on TV! And you are ACTOR now, huh? WELL DONE OK Because I want to be an actress and really really want to work with you. You are just hilarious. I forced my mum to watch Cuckoo whenever your episode (and yes, Cuckoo is now reffered to in our house as "That show where that Chris guy was called 'guy that got hit in the testicles' and Chloe went a bit crazy" because, well...)  came on because you make me laugh so much. 
I feel like I have said 'so' a lot in this e-mail. I'll use another conjunction. 
And! You have really helped me through some hard times and been there in some good times, so... thank you :3
I hope you have a great, you know, life. And career. And also, if I don't work with you in the future I will be complaining. Seriously, it's the only thing on my bucket list.
So, I have a feeling you won't even reply to this e-mail. I have sent e-mails to my idols in the past and haven't got replies. PJ, for example. But whatever. 
I would love it if I did get a reply, but I don't NEED one. All I want you to know is that YOU are fantastic, and amazing, and hilarious, and you deserve this. You deserve all the fame you get.
AND CONGRATS ON YOUR FACE (I tried to avoid putting something in about your face but I COULDN'T OK)
So, thank you.
Lots of love and pride and stuff
From Chloe, aged 14 3/4 <3 xxxx
And he said:
 Hey Chloe,

What a lovely email to wake up to! I hope you find all the happiness you're looking for too! 

From Chris, Aged 678 1/2

SO YES AND I AM STILL IN SHOCK. I am totally going to work with him one day. I am going to act with Chris Kendall, and nothing will stop me (apart from the TV people. And the courts. But shh)
I became a YouTuber.
Well, that's a lie. I uploaded some videos to YouTube, which you can find here. I am proud of them, but there are some Fantastic Foursome exclusive jokes that you may not get. Sorry about that :/
I took quite a few challenges.
I am taking FMA, which you can find the details of here, and I am also taking MY OWN challenge, which you can find the details of above, which is called 13 in 13. I have chosen the following books:

  1. Life of Pi by Yann Martel
  2. The Sacrifice by Charlie Higson
  3. Looking for Alaska by John Green
  4. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
  5. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
  6. Feed by Mira Grant
  7. The Hobbit by JR Tolkein
  8. The Lost World by Michael Crichton
  9. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
  10. The Fountainhead by some dude who I can't remember the name of
  11. The Catcher In The Rye by JD Salinger
  12.  Feed by Mira Grant
  13. Middlemarch by George Eliot
I saw Carrie Hope Fletcher in public.
But it turns out it wasn't her. I wish I'd noticed that before I ran up to her and grabbed round the waist, spouting about how much I loved her channel...

I finished the packet of doughnuts.
I did. There are none left.

So, thanks for reading! I go back to school soon... AND GUESS HOW MANY WEEKS WORTH OF COURSE WORK I HAVE TO DO IN 4 DAYS. I shouldn't even have to tell you, because it isn't good.

Chloberoning, out.

Friday, 28 December 2012

50th post!

So, you've probably gathered from the title of this post that it is indeed my 50th! FIFTY! To be honest, because I don't really stay focused on something for long, I didn't expect to get to five, let alone ten lestrum!
So,  to celebrate (actually I didn't even know I was on 50 posts so it coincides rather nicely) I filmed a video yesterday. Not to do with my blog, just a cover song. By the way, if you don't understand the message I recommend you watch this video first. I really feel like a spammer, but it isn't really spamming, just... advertising.
So anyway! I hope you enjoy my video and don't think I sound like a dying cat in a tumble dryer :3
Chloberoning, out.