It seems that nobody want to open the first topic in ths section of the forum. So I will, although I already a member for some times. But as a moderator I have to act as a model
I'm Ch. P. - in the real wordl I'm called Christopher Purand (or for my friends "Puri"). As you can see I was very creativ during the choice of my nickname - but I use this nick meanwhile in all forums where I'm activ. But the most people do not use it while writing with me. They use "Chippie", "Chappie" or "ChipmunK" or something like this
. I most prefer "Chippie"
I'm a 25 years old "boy"
from Germany. I live in Potsdam, near Berlin and was born in Neuruppin which is near Berlin, too.
Currently I'm a student in mathematics and economics at the university of Potsdam. Although I'm still stydying I already work at university as a sort of teacher. I teach mathematics to students in geosciences - or I try, the most of them aren't good in mathematics
The languages I speak are German, of course, English, French at a basic level and I learn Swedish right now because of Eric, naturally
The first time I saw Eric was in the Swedish voting during ESC 2010. Unfortunately I did not search for this handsame boy
. Nowadays I can't understand why
But as I see him in the ESC this year I instantly become one of his greatest fans
and also immediately fell in love with him
(and yes, I am gay
The thing I most love about him is his amazing voice and his cute face, espacially his deep eyes and his dark hair. And I love his character, too. He is so selfless and do everything for his fans
To choose only one favorit song from his albums is impossible! So I have several favorit songs:
From "Masquerade" they are "It's Gonna Rain", "Why Do We Need Fashion!?" and "It's Like That With You".
From "Saade Vol. 1" they are "Made Of Pop", "Big Love" and "Stupid With You".
Other music/musicians I like are:
Udo Lindenberg - a German rock musician
Sophie Zelmani - a Swedish singer with a wonderful voice
Madonna - you all know her
Most of the music from the 80's and the latest pop music in radio ^^.
And I'm a great fan of opera! The most impressiv opera I ever heard was a play of "Carmen" in the Berlin "Staatsoper unter den Linden". And the funniest opera buffo was either "The Barber of Sevilla" or "The Zauberflöte" in the same opera house.
So, these are the things that came in my mind about me. If there are questions, aks