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A castle, a satanist and the wow- affect

The 4 days with my (grand)parents and brothers were awesome. So cool!   I just loved it.

Me and my younger brother went for a walk the first evening. Straight through a forest. We sat down after a while and smoked a little bit (Yes...Me, the girl, who hates the smell of smoke in her hair, smoked... ) and watched the trees and the light...It looked really nice...I think, I'll upload some pictures later...

I really liked the castle, we stayed in.. Especially the view out of the windows...Amazing...There was even a dungeon. And in the dungeon was a glass box, filled with two skulls and a candle on top of it...

And there were two boys ( I think they were...Maybe 19/20 years old), doing community service (German boys have to decide after school: community service or army...). One of them was dressed black...Everything, besides his shoes: grey Vans...My younger brother asked me about his boxer shorts. He thinks, girls always check out such things, first...He is right... But...I couldn't see anything  Anyway...He looked so suspicious...So black...And than the skulls in the dungeon...We are pretty sure, he is a satanist and celebrates black masses in the middle of the night...And he is out, every night, hunting small, cute bunnies, to scarify them *lol*

And there was the other one...Ohhh...Wow...It was so strange...One day he served our lunch...And he looked right into my eyes and I looked back...He said something, but I couldn't hear anything, 'cause I was totally lost into his eyes...Weird...

Anyway...Now I'm back home...Tired, but happy...And just 4 days, until I' ll go again
25.8.08 12:26
 


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Babs (27.8.08 15:06)
Ich weiß, was er gesagt hat....
"Guten Appetit"
:D

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