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I have been a fan of Eurovision Song Contest since 2006 and I love it more and more every year.Read full biography
"Marry me, Europe! :D"
|Birthday||7 July 1992|
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- 5 days ago • Petri posted a new blog titled "My opinions about the songs in ESC 2013 part 7" on his profile page.
- 1 week ago • Petri posted a new blog titled "My opinions about the songs in ESC 2013 part 6" on his profile page.
- 2 weeks ago • Petri posted a new blog titled "My opinions about the songs in ESC 2013 part 5" on his profile page.
- 27/Apr at 13:21 • Petri posted a new blog titled "My opinions about the songs in ESC 2013 part 4" on his profile page.
- 20/Apr at 14:08 • Petri posted a new blog titled "My opinions about the songs in ESC 2013 part 3" on his profile page.
Solveig Berntzen says • 14/Apr at 11:43I'm glad to hear that. Well, there's nothing wrong with the roller coasters, unless you have extremely fear of heights.
Then you have enough to do, Petri, and I guess you have to be good at keeping track of all the grammar, right? :-)
Let's see. I like all of his books, but as usual, some are better than others. "The Solitaire Mystery" and "Through a Glass, Darkly" are my personal favourites, but I would also recommend "The Diagnosis and Other Stories", "Sophie's World" and "The Orange Girl". Just contact me if you read one, I'll be more than happy to discuss literature with my friends. :-)
Solveig Berntzen says • 8/Apr at 22:34I study many subjects, like mathematics and French. I'll start at the university in a couple of years. Now I need to get the best grades.
Tourism? :-) Ah, then you have much to look forward to. I was in Stockholm a year ago, and it's really nice there. However, I'll not recommend the roller coasters...
Don't be such a pessimist! ;-) Finland has an equally good entry as all the other countries.
Sounds interesting. :-) Which languages are we talking about?
I love reading (have you heard the name Jostein Gaarder before?), writing, playing badminton and tennis, and ESC of course. I hope I get to see a live show soon.
Reply from Petri:I got back from Stockholm yesterday and I must say that it was one of the best weeks of my life. I had so much fun and visited new places. So, what's wrong with the roller coasters? Do you have some bad experiences from them? ;)
I have studied English, Swedish, German, Spanish, Russian and French. Next I'd like to study some Asian language, for example Chinese... Yes, I have heard about Jostein Gaarder but I'm not familiar with his works. Maybe I should read one of his books. Can you recommend one? I also love playing badminton. I wish I could play more often, though.
Hayk Aghabalyan says • 7/Apr at 13:04Hi Petri, nice to meet u :)
Reply from Petri:Hi Hayk! :) Nice to meet you, too.
Solveig Berntzen says • 6/Apr at 21:41That sounds great! :-) No, I can't go to Malmö neither, I'm afraid. As you said, it's too expensive, and I don't know when I have exams.
Next year in Oslo? I hope you're right, although I take nothing for granted. There are a lot of good entries this year, like Ukraine, Denmark, the United Kingdom and your country, Finland. In fact, I still regret that I didn't go to Oslo in 2010, one year after Alexander Rybak won. It may be a long time until we get to experience a Norwegian victory again.
Do you have any other interests than ESC? :-)
Reply from Petri:Yeah, it's hard for a student to go to ESC, since money and time are still a bit limited. What do you study? I'm studying at the degree programme of tourism. I have really enjoyed it so far and next week we'll travel to Stockholm for a study trip. It's going to be fun.
I really believe that ESC will stay in the Nordic countries for another year, because especially Denmark, Norway and Sweden are very strong candidates to win. We'll see... :D And I have the same feelings about Helsinki 2007. The next time ESC comes to Finland might be after 2050... :P
Well, nowadays the three biggest passions in my life are ESC, Athletics (especially Javelin throw) and studying foreign languages (so far I have studied six different languages). What are your biggest interests? :)