Potato Pie Patrician™

23 Year old Dutch philosophy student living in Belgium.
Mostly confused, very geeky, extremely fond of cats.
This blog reflects that.

I consume a lot of media and post that in "2014 in movies/books/games".

Apr 24

Anonymous asked: Questions 11, 30, 87? (For the askbox game)

11. Can you do any other accents other than your own?

Oh yes, I have a ‘general British’ accent which is just a hodgepodge, but at least it doesn’t sound Dutch. That’s the only convincing one, throws people off at least.

30. Favorite foreign food?

Hmmmmmm. As a general cuisine, Italian. I couldn’t decide on a specific dish. There’s just too much gorgeous food out there.

87. What’s the most notes you’ve ever had on a post?

Not sure on the exact number, but it was somewhere in the low hundreds, I think. It was some silly thing, I rarely post things that really attract attention.


Anonymous asked: 5 17 90?

Well it’s odd I got three messages at once so I think Tumblr ate my messages for a while and then spit them out. Anyway, I’ll answer:

5. How would you describe your sense of humour?

Sarcastic, dry, and with lots and lots of well-meant puns, relishing in the fact that I know that they’re terrible.

17. Inspiration behind your blog title?

I like potatoes, I like pies and re-reading some of the Discworld novels made me remember how awesome a title “patrician” is. And there ya go.

90. What fandoms would you consider yourself a part of?

None. I don’t really like the word “fandom” and what it implies. I’m a fan of things, but I’m not ‘in fandoms’. 


metalboxes asked: Once you get this, you have to say five nice things about yourself publicly , then send this to ten of your favorite followers! ;33

Oh gosh thank you, I’ll try to send it too. Anyway here we go:

  • I’m very intelligent. For instance, it makes me a very quick study. Usually. Witty too.
  • I reckon I have a good taste in media. Books, movies, shows, music, films, games, etc. 
  • I think I’m quite mature, in that I’m responsible (usually), know when I can and cannot be, for instance, childish and am able to stay calm and think about things rationally.
  • I’m a very sociable person (I talk easy and am easy to talk to, I usually know what I can and cannot do with certain company, I generally like being with people) and am quite proud that I learned to be that way despite having Asperger’s, anxiety and plenty of other mental troubles over the years.
  • I’m willing to listen and learn. About others, about myself, about what I do, could do, how I could do things differently, silly random facts, you name it. 

Apr 23
briansgifs:

I should have put you down myself…personally.

briansgifs:

I should have put you down myself…personally.

(via metalboxes)


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magical-meow:

Irina Shvayakova ~ This Maine Coon cutie’s name is Orgami

(via zoeskyflorence)


ragnateledivene:

quattrocentochilometri:

releasings:

hobbitdragon:

ddollley:

I just made the most inhuman noise

WHEN IT REALIZES THE PERSON IS STILL THERE AND GOES BACK TO BEING ‘DEAD’

oh my god

AHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHHAHAAHHAHAAA

Ahahahahahahah

ragnateledivene:

quattrocentochilometri:

releasings:

hobbitdragon:

ddollley:

I just made the most inhuman noise

WHEN IT REALIZES THE PERSON IS STILL THERE AND GOES BACK TO BEING ‘DEAD’

oh my god

AHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHHAHAAHHAHAAA

Ahahahahahahah

(via rootehful)


Apr 22
2014 In Books
#7 Death Masks (2003) - reread
I had to skip a few books in my Dresden Files reread as I currently don’t have them, but luckily I knew what happened well enough. This installment feels a little more “inbetween” than most other Dresden Files novels, but it’s still a fun, rapid read with some cool character development. Shame that Murphy isn’t in it that much but at least I know that she’ll have plenty of time to shine to come.

2014 In Books

#7 Death Masks (2003) - reread

I had to skip a few books in my Dresden Files reread as I currently don’t have them, but luckily I knew what happened well enough. This installment feels a little more “inbetween” than most other Dresden Files novels, but it’s still a fun, rapid read with some cool character development. Shame that Murphy isn’t in it that much but at least I know that she’ll have plenty of time to shine to come.



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