Today's photoadayapril was 'inside your wallet' which is a BIT intrusive for my liking. So here are some things in my wallet with no important numbers on them, wheeeyyy!
Yesterday, I went to this "YouTube"* gathering in Hyde Park. I went because my friend Hannah was going to be there and I like her, so I agreed to go. Now, let me just say this, it's not that I don't like gatherings. Well, no, it's exactly that. I just…there's this "us versus them" thing that goes on at gatherings and it all makes me very uncomfortable. I like meeting people, especially people who watch my videos and are nice and interesting, but I find the idea of people crowding around other people for their autograph just very weird, especially when it's my friend. This gathering, though, was particularly terrible. I probably should have expected it when I looked at the event page on Facebook and saw that it was hosted by a certain ex-Big Brother contestant who chose to use the event page to lay out which ~famous YouTubers~ would be there. However, nothing could have prepared me for what we saw as we entered the park. Hundreds of screaming girls chasing after a scrawny guy with a megaphone. Surrounding him as he tossed cream eggs into the air for them to catch. I honestly felt a little ill at both parties. But then again, if you watch my videos, you'll have seen that I am just in general really wary of the whole "celebrity" complex. It's all so baffling.
However, the rest of the day once we left the crazies in the dust was really fun! Met some of you and also got a chance to see loads of my sort of outside London friends who aren't in the city as much as I would like: Khyan, Bing, Jack, Mandy, PJ, etc. It was a good time. Despite the cold. And the fact that someone LICKED Khyan. Alright guys, I understand that being socially awkward has, for some reason, become an okay thing for people on the internet but I am telling you right now, if you lick me, I am slapping you. Or something along those lines. I am not as nice as Khyan and this is the kind of weird that CROSSES THE LINE. Anyway, sorry, I am getting carried away. It was fun. I really like being able to just hang out with massive groups of friends, as that is something that I could never do in Seattle, as very few friends of mine were based in Seattle. It's still a treat. Just like being able to come to Rosianna's house is a treat. And just like this chocolate that I am going to eat is a treat.
I think I'll blog about the first Easter away from family tomorrow, but till then, have a great Easter, eat chocolate, do whatever it is you do with your lives and I'll see you then.
Train journeys this year: 15.
Books read this year: 17.
Videos posted this year: 33.
*I don't think I'm going too far out on a limb when I say it was 70% Big Brother fans as I have a little more faith in YouTubers.