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  • Something to tell the world!

    Hi, I’m Nad from Germany an I really like to make new friends. If you want to I can help you learn German or improve you English until a certain grade.

  • My interests in other cultures

    I am open to everything, even if a little bit shy, and love to try new things.

  • My proudest accomplishments

    I am very stubborn about new people. Maybe I'm just introverted or very antisocial, at least I've overcome myself to sign up here. And that’s my greatest acquisition.

  • Favourite books/authors/films

    I love the Harry Potter series and all books by Rainbow Rowell. My favorite shows right now are Supernatural, Sherlock and Riverdale. I like the Avengers movies and The Great Gatsby.

  • Living abroad for one year

    My brother lived for one year in England and I want to do the same. Maybe even with the same family.

  • I always enjoy talking about...

    I talk a lot about school, my favorite music group (BTS) and daily life.

  • Something uncommon about me

    I talk and write a lot but not around new people. I need some time to get to know them and then tell them everything about me. Literally everything. I don’t have a filter.

  • My parents and me

    I love my parents. Okay, who doesn’t do that? But sometimes I hate my parents because they are divorced and that makes things a little harder in my everyday life. For example, I go to my dad every two or three weekends and of course I have to do my homework. That's why I sometimes forget my stuff there and then have to invent excuses at school because the teachers do not see "I forgot it at my fathers" as a reason.

  • Personal skills

    I can play flute and recorder (learned in school). Besides, my teachers think that I have a talent for writing.
    I'm usually punctual, patient and very neat. Maybe even a bit perfectionist.

  • Cities and countries I have visited

    I mostly travel in the holidays and with my family. I’ve been to Russia, because my fathers family lives there, and Germany, because my uncle lives in Berlin. Also I visited Santa Maria de Castellabarte, a little town in Italy, Insbruck in Austria, Harboøer in Denmark, Nijmegen in the Netherlands, Pzecz in Poland, Torquay in the UK and Tunesia.

  • Childhood pleasures

    When I was a child I often played with my neighbour in our garden. As we grew up we had a big fight over something and never talked again. Even today we look at each other with hateful looks.

  • 10 years from now

    I really don’t know what I want to do with my life. Because I’m interested in everything. I love sports, I love to write, hell, I even like Math.
    I guess, I’ll just do what life wants me to.

  • It was better before

    When I was young I loved my teacher but as I grew up I just couldn’t stand her anymore. I’m glad I have a new teacher now.

  • It is better now

    My parents now get better along. They divorced when I was already born and I always heard them screaming at each other. Now they both really calm when they meet. (But I know that they still hate euch other because of their looks)

  • I wish people knew more about...

    I wish people would know more about LGBT+. If I tell my father that I’m bi or a lesbian or something like that, he wouldn’t even know what that means. And I think that sad.

  • A trick or piece of advice

    Don’t judge people by their appearance. Even if you want to, even if your brain says you to, even if you just can’t do something else and even if they look strange or something.
    People don’t like to be judged and you don’t either. Talk to them, maybe even about what makes them special.

  • Improving the school system

    I don’t know how it is somewhere else but in my school the teachers are very old. Like You-have-just-the-age-of-the-children-of-my-nephews-old. And that means they can’t talk to us on our level. And THAT means that we often have misunderstandings.