|here are a lot of beautiful pictures and i would like to buy them and support the artists - but i don't have any money because i'm a student and i'm poor |
i give llama and favs to supporters
Teacher of educational science + Hungarian language and literature; Philologist in Pedagogy --> *has two degrees, still unemployed* --> *depressed* --> *draw to entertain herself* |
I regard this site as my secret playground. It's the only place where I can act like my teenage self; a retarded, crazy fangirl of many things. Outside of this place, I'm a reliable, serious and diligent person. But it can be quite tiring to behave as an adult, then I come here to fun have, make friends, chatting about not serious things...
FAQ: What is my name's meaning?
It's a nickname I got in the high school. One day, our literature teacher tried to explain what's the typical traits of baroque. She said, baroque uses mushy and arty expressions, e.g. it says birdie instead of bird, then she said a lot of other examples which can't be translated to english, like: fütyülő (whistling) is a normal word, but in her opinion baroque would figure out some new mushy word instead of this, like 'fütyürgő-mütyörgő' (this word not just doesn't exist in english, even it doesn't in hungarian langue...) My class almost burst out in a laugh, but nobody dared, because she was famously strict and wicked. We almost drown as tried to hold laughing back, but she continued: baroque doesn't say macska or cicus (cat or kitty), it would say: csicsuska-micsuska (it's also a non-existing word, but its approximately meaning: super cute awww OMG kitten + diminutive suffixes) Well, I couldn't hold it back anymore, I bursted out loud a laugh. She almost killed me, but my classmates considered me very brave that I dared to laugh during her class xD So - as I was ever known a cat-person anyway - it just stuck on me by my classmates after this incident.