Tokio Hotel and the cutest dog ever.

I posted another blog about Tokio Hotel here. Check it out.

My list of liked videos on YouTube is getting ridiculously long so I need to post a few of my favorites here before they get too hard to find again.

Here is the making of their latest video “Feel It All” followed by the video.

Here is the making of the “Love Who Loves You Back” video followed by the video.

Here is their video for “Run, Run, Run”. If you think it sounds familiar Kelly Clarkson did a version of it on her latest album.

Here is “Totgeliebt” from their DVD Zimmer 483 Live in Europe.

Here is their video for “Mädchen Aus Dem All”. The song is from 2003 (Bill’s voice hadn’t changed yet) but contains footage up through 2010.

Here is one of Tokio Hotel’s first interviews from 2003. They were called Devilish back then.

There are more videos. Just click the continue reading link below.

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Rod Stewart & A$AP Rocky Carpool Karaoke & James Corden on Michael McIntyre Chat Show

This amused me more than I would have thought and reminded me that I like Rod Stewart.

After searching YouTube for James Corden I found this video of him on the Michael McIntyre Chat Show. This had me laughing so hard I was crying and my face hurt. I love the BBC. It’s 27 minutes long but totally worth watching. Hysterical. The responses to the ‘Phone Swap’/’Send to All’ texts had me dying. Or more to the point I should say their reactions to when people started responding to the texts had me dying. Michael McIntyre’s facial expressions were priceless. Be sure to watch it till the end. I hope you enjoy.


Magic University, Harry Potter slash fiction and Daron’s Guitar Chronicles.

Here is a video of Cecilia Tan reading an excerpt from her Magic University series. The Magic University series is kind of like if Harry Potter had taken place in college and sex was magic. If you ever wished Harry Potter had been a bit more of an adult book you’ll love this series. She reads a sex scene from The Siren and the Sword (Book 1 of Magic University) then reads a short story she wrote called Draco the Wonder Ferret which is Harry Potter slash fiction. (If you don’t know what slash fiction is google it. And if you are curious here is her statement on fan fiction.) Draco the Wonder Ferret is both hot and hysterically funny which is not an easy combination to pull off. Enjoy.

WARNING: NSFW-Probably not something you want to be listening to at work.

My first introduction to Cecilia’s work was Daron’s Guitar Chronicles which I absolutely love. Daron is one of those characters that feels like he is actually one of your friends. I find myself wanting to tell people about what he is up to as if we all hang out together. It helps that due to the wonders of the internet that I can chat with Daron in comments and on Twitter etc. The story is an ongoing web serial. The storyline starts off in 1986 and Daron is now up to the early 1990s in the telling of his story. DGC is a wonderful coming-of-age story. Cecilia does a fantastic job of showing what growing up gay in the 1980s music scene was like. And DGC has been a really fun way to reminisce about the music of the 80s (and now 90s) as well as just remembering what life was like back then. Here is a short video Cecilia did a few years ago for a Kickstarter campaign that explains a bit about DGC.

The Kickstarter campaign was successful and you can now buy Daron’s Guitar Chronicles as real books. You can also get them as ebooks or read it for free online. If you choose to read it for free but would still like to support Cecilia she lists a few ways to donate here.