Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Tipitopy Ep.1 Part 2 {Short Stories}

by Laky, 5th grade

Episode  I Part II

SOMETHING isn’t right

--------  PRISO DATALOG SYSTEM --------
 Date: 15.01.2239 (halikakian-calendar)
 Time: 14:01
 Place: Priso Hills, Priso Center, Spectating Room
 Current User: Laky730 (Ben Laky, Programmer, CEO)

-Okay people! So, as you can see, *clapping twice* now, the storm is over!
-Hooray! Yeah! Great! Finally! *clapping noises*
-But sadly, another storm, codenamed Winter, is coming. But good fact: the only thing  we need to do still, is an liiiitle bit of… so… get rid of Raiders and terrorists and stuff like that. So? Who is with me?

Some time later…

-Laky, Laky! We need to stop those Raider guys! They hacked our life with stupid time counters like in that movie In Time!

-Oh cr… come guys! We need to get those Raiders. Let’s go!!!


by L. Máté, 6th grade

*loud steps*
-Master hand!
-What do you want Waluigi. Oh wait I know and NO!
-Tell me one reason why not. – Waluigi said
-Tell me one reason why.- M. Hand said
-Because you even let Piranha plant in!
-No I don—
-Hello, Master Hand I came as you asked - Piranha Plant said
-Really bad timing… - M. Hand said
-See! – Waluigi said – You even let Pichu in.
-No I don----
-Pichu chu!
-OH COME ON! Ok, even if I decided to put you in Smash what would be your final smash?
-Ummm. WAH!
-Nope. Saying wah isn’t going to be a good final smash.
-I didn’t even say anything!
*Waluigi walks away while wispering something*
Waluigi was walking down the street sadly while it was raining. Everyone else was in Smash Bros exept him. Any where he went he saw people who are in Super Smash Bros.
-Oh Daisy you’re not in Smash right? - Walugi asked
-No I’m not in Smash.
Suddenly a robot appeared and handed a letter to Daisy. It was an invitation from Master Hand with the Super Smash Bros logo on it. Daisy opened the letter:

Dear Daisy
We are happy to invite you to Super Smash Bros Ultimatetm and we’ll be happy if you could come.

-M. Hand

-Please say you have something for me! – Waluigi asaid to the robot
-Let’s see… Yes, I have a letter for you Waluigi from Master Hand.
 It was a letter from Master Hand with the Super Smash Bros logo on it. Waluigi opened the letter:

Dear Waluigi
Don’t even think about it!
-M. Hand

Waluigi was so angry that he kicked the robot. The robot’s self defense activated. The robot transformed into a giant… well um.. robot and tried to kill Waluigi. He shot lasers and rockets at Waluigi but he dodged them. Then the robot’s hand transformed into a sword and tried to slice Waluigi in half. Waluigi grabed a Bobomb and threw it at the robot. The Bobomb hit the robot and exploded. Every one clapped and Mario said:
-Wow Waluigi  good final smash!
-You’re right I finally have a final smash!
-Yea you will be like those guys over there!
Mario pointed at Link and some other guys. Waluigi got angry (again). Waluigi went to M. Hand.
-Walugi, the assist trophy meeting is over there not here! – Master Hand said.
Walugi got angrier than he normally was and he grabbed a vase and smashed it to the ground. Master Hand got angry too. He grabbed Waluigi and smashed him to the ground. Waluigi then grabbed a tennis ball and a tennis racket and he hit the ball with the racket. The ball flew to Master Hand and hit him in the hand (because it’s impossible to hit him anywhere else) Master Hand was suprised. He tried to say something but he couldn’t. After a half minute silence Master Hand finnaly said something.

-Waluigi I’m impressed. This could be a very good final smash.
-Oh thank you! So you will put me in smash?-Waluigi asked happily.
-It would be a good final smash if you didn’t use it on me!- Master hand yelled.
Waluigi didn’t say anything. He just walked away silently. Well, he might never get in Smash Bros…
Hopefully Super Smash Bros Ultimate is not the last Smash Bros and Waluigi will be in one…

Give Waluigi hope!
Make Waluigi into Super Smash Bros!
Give assist trophies hope!

Lake Balaton {Famous Sights Post}

by Zsuzsa, 8th grade

The Lake Balaton is the biggest lake in Hungary. It has had many visitor over the years. It has perfect water for swimming or a holiday. The Lake has tributary rivers. People like to spend weekends next to the Balaton. It’s a pleasant pastime. The surface area is 592 km2 (229 sq mi) and the water volume is 1.9 km3 (0.46 cu mi). This is the Hungarian peoples favourite lake. At the lake there are many programs: boating, playing with a ball or with friends, jumping in the water, or going out on the open water with pedalo. Of course these are at your own risk. Next to the lake there are many little villas and you can stay there for weeks or days. It’s so cool.

Eiffel Tower {Famous Sights Post}

by Fanni, 8th grade

The Eiffel Tower is in  France, Paris. The Eiffel Tower—or as the French call it, La Tour Eiffel—is one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks. The tower was designed as the centerpiece of the 1889 World's Fair in Paris and was meant to commemorate the centennial of the French Revolution and show off France’s modern mechanical prowess on a world stage. When Gustave Eiffel designed his namesake tower, he cleverly included a private apartment for himself where he hosted famous guests, like Thomas Edison. The apartment is now open for the public to tour. As mentioned before, the Tower was built with the intent of showing off France’s industrial prowess during the World’s Fair, but the plan was to tear it down after 20 years. Eiffel had cleverly put a radio antenna and wireless telegraph transmitter in the Tower and the government eventually decided it was too useful to demolish.  Before the Eiffel Tower was built, Eiffel's firm was asked to design the internal frame for the Statue of Liberty, a task assigned to his trusted employee, Maurice Koechlin. They proved their iron handwork with Lady Liberty First. 

Times Square {Famous Sights Post}

by Dani, 8th grade

Times Square is a major tourist destination and entertainment center in the Midtown Manhattan section of New York City at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. It stretches from West 42nd to West 47th Streets. Times Square is sometimes referred to as 'The center of the universe' or 'the heart of the world.' Times Square if one of the world’s most visited tourist attractions, drawing an estimated 50 million visitors annually. Approximately 330,000 people pass through Times Square daily, many of them tourists, while over 460,000 pedestrians walk through Time Square on its busiest days. Times Square functions as a town square but it’s not geometrically a square, it is closer in shape to a bowtie.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Eiffel Tower {Famous Sights Post}

by Boldi, 8th grade


Designer: Stephen Sauvestre

The Eiffel Tower is a really famous place for tourists. The tower is in Paris. Paris is the capital of France.

Some facts about the tower according to The Telegraph's website:
1.          Completed on March 31, 1889, the tower was the world’s tallest man-made structure for 41 years until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York in 1930
2.          It is 324 metres tall (including antennas) and weighs 10,100 tonnes.
3.          It is possible to climb to the top, but there are 1,665 steps. Most people take the lift.
4.           The lifts travel a combined distance of 103,000 km a year – two and a half times the circumference of.

Disneyland in California {Famous Sights Post}

by Huba, 8th grade

Disneyland is very famous all around the world. Every year 12-15 million people visit it. For a day, the ticket is about 15 euro and for a week it is just 65 euro.We can find Disneyland in Southern California and in Paris. The first of the two theme parks was built at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, and opened on July 17, 1955. It is the only theme park designed and built to completion under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. It was originally the only attraction on the property. Its official name was changed to Disneyland Park to distinguish it from the expanding complex in the 1990s.

Tokyo {Famous Sights Post}

by Ibolya Nádasi, 8th grade


Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis, is the capital and most populous city in Japan.

As of January 2017, the population of Tokyo was 13.65 million people.
The cultural side of Tokyo is famous for its numerous museums, theaters, festivals, internationally noted cuisine, and professional sports clubs, including baseball, football, along with traditional Japanese pursuits like Sumo Wrestling.

Imperial place

The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park- like area located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo and contains buildings including the main palace, the private residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices.

East garden
The East Garden is where most of the administrative buildings for the palace are located and encompasses the former Honmaru and Ninomaru areas of Edo Castle, a total of 210,000 m2. Located on the grounds of the East Garden is the Imperial Tokagakudo Music Hall, the Music Department of the Board of Ceremonies of the Imperial Household, the Archives and Mausolea Department Imperial Household Agency, structures for the guards such as the Saineikan dojo, and the Museum of the Imperial Collections.

Paris {Famous Sights Post}

by Eszter, 8th grade

Paris, France

       Paris is the capital and most populous city in France. It is located along the Seine River in the northern central part of France. In the world there are 38 cities called "Paris". The city is relatively flat, and the lowest point is 35 meters. In 987 AD, Paris became the capital of France. Paris is famous for fashion and love. After you see the city you should go sailing on the river Seine, it’s a romantic program for couples as well. If you tried it, you can have a croissant or a coffee. I imagine French people to be very nice and helpful if you can't speak French. They could tell you about a sight that you shouldn't miss, for example the Louvre. It’s the world’s largest art museum and historic monument in Paris. The museum opened  in 1793. You can see Mona Lisa and the Coronation of Napoléon there and buy some souvenirs.
       One of the symbols of the city is the Eiffel Tower. It is possible to climb to the top, however people usually take the lift. The building was named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. The Eiffel Tower is 324 meters tall, and this is the tallest structure in Paris. A lot of people from all around the world visit it every year. The tickets aren’t expensive. From the top of the building the view is beautiful.
      This is the kind of trip that I would plan. I believe I can give some useful information to you. If you want to visit France it would be a great experience.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Sziget Festival {Famous Travel Posts}

by Panna, 8th grade

Sziget festival is in Budapest, Hungary. Budapest is the capital city in Hungary. In Budapest there are many sights to visit, and lots of festivals or programs to go to. A little about Hungary:
  •       Hungary has so  many thermal waters
  •       Hungary is the home of the world’s first  wine region
  •       Hungary is popular of the ’Pálinka’
  •       Hungary’s national sport is water polo
  •       Hungarian language is one of the hardest languages

Sziget festival in English is called ’Island festival’. This is an iconic festival in Hungary.This is a musical and liberal arts program. If you visit Island festival you have to visit Budapest sights.

Dubai {Famous Sights Post}

by Kitti, 8th grade


This is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. It lies on the southern coast of the Persian Gulf. According to several reports, the city has existed for at least 150 years. The population is about 3,137,463. The area of U.A.E. is about 3885 km² and the area of the city is about  440 km².

Mall of the Emirates

The Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in Dubai. It opened in November 2005. There are more than 630 retail outlets, 7900 parking spaces, over 100 restaurants & Cafes, 80 luxury stores and 250 flagship stores. It has a total gross leasable area of 255,489 square meters.  In November 2005, it was named the World's Leading New Shopping. The most special place at the mall is Ski resort and snow park. I chose this mall because I would like to see this place. 

Taj Mahal {Famous Sights Post}

by Vivien, 8th grade

          Agra is located in India. Agra lies on the Yamuna river. Usually people go here from September to December according to Wikipedia. This city is famous because here we can find the Taj Mahal and Delhi. It’s a very beautiful place where you can find the famous sweet petha, which is a kind of candy. This city houses one of the seven wonders in the world.

        Here are some facts about the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan built it to his favourite wife. On the Taj Mahal the Grave is not perfectly symmetrical. The Taj Mahal was hidden during the war. There was a plan for a black Taj Mahal. This building is 73 meter high. The Taj Mahal was built from 1632-1653. These facts about the Taj Mahal are according to Uniglobe Carefree Travel and Mental Floss. I think the Taj Mahal is very famous and I understand why people usually go here to see this fascinating and beautiful building. The Taj mahal is one of the seven wonders.

New York {Famous Sights Post}

by Sz. Niki, 8th grade

The City of New York, often called New York City (NYC) or simply New York (NY), is the most populous city in the United States. Approximately 8,622,698 people live hear (according to Wikipedia). The flag is blue with two people and a bird on it. More than 800 languages are spoken in New York City. The first pizzeria in the United States opened in NYC in 1895. In New York there’s a very famous sight: the Statue of Liberty.

The statue’s full name is Liberty Enlightening the World. It was a gift from France, given to America in 1886. There are 25 windows in Lady Liberty's crown.The total weight of the Statue of Liberty is 204 metric tonnes(225 US tons).The seven rays of the Statue’s crown represent the seven seas and seven continents of the world.The statue was shaped using 300 different types of hammers. I chose the Statue of Liberty because it's nice.

Disneyland in the USA {Famous Sights Post}

by Bogii, 8th grade

The USA is a big country. The capital is Washington DC. On their flag we find 50 stars and 13 stripes. The USA has 50 states. Here is NASA. The USA has the world’s biggest economy (gazdaság). In the USA there is a Disneyland.

Disneyland is in Anaheim. Walt Disney built it in 1955. It is a funfair. Here you can met with Disney characters and see live shows with Disney characters dancing singing on a big stage, and enjoy rides like a roller-coaster or the big wheel. You can also go shopping for some souvenirs, for example mickey mouse ears or some Disney t-shirts. I chose it because Disneyland is my dream place. I want to go here one summer.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Streamer BTWs {Short Story}

by K. Mátyás, 6th grade

Once upon a time there was a guy called Lannan who hated Streamers. He had a big reason for that. Nobody knows what it was, but it was there. He just said: I hate Ninja and Myth and every Streamer BTW cause I look stupid if they are playing. And he started a game with a gingerbread man called Gingey and went to Retail Row to hunt some Streamer BTWs cause there are a lot of Streamer BTWs in Retail Row. But for the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh,… he always got destroyed by a Streamer BTW. He hunted for four hours for Streamer BTWs, but had only eliminated three or four Streamer BTWs. But suddenly he had a plan. He thought: If I look like a Streamer BTW, maybe I can win! But it was very hard to look like a Streamer BTW. There were laws. If you want to be a Streamer BTW you have to follow all of these rules all the time. The first rule was easy… to understand, you can’t smile, laugh, dab or do anything like these. The second rule is: pyramids. So the Streamer BTWs love pyramids, so you need to fight with pyramids. The third rule was interesting. So if you eliminate someone you need to dance… with your character. ’I’M DANCING ON YOUR GRAAAAAVESS!!!’ said the Mexican default. The fourth rule was: you need to say’ CLIPP THAAT!!’ after every elimination. The last rule was easy. If you get eliminated you report anybody for: Stream Sniping. And he went for sure. He changed his name from LazarLazar to TTV.Streamer.BTW. He started the game with a real Streamer BTW on his team. He was RNGMrfreshasian. On the first match they died early, but they had a lot of eliminations. But he didn’t follow all of the rules. He danced after almost all of the eliminations, he built a lot of pyramid, he reported somebody for: SauerfhsdljioéklTeweREwerewAM SNiIjoéPőINjGsdiufgheridéigvbrbhif (or something else I don’t know). But he was happy after every elimination and he didn’t say: CLIPP THAAT!! On the second match he eliminated a lot of players,and he said: CLIP THAAT!!, he danced a lot, he reported his murderer for:SsaTRErsAMjSaNIoéPewrEslfysdfRjkerhgvkdjikghd (or something else, I don’t know), and he built a lot of Pyramids, but he was happy. Sorry, he looked happy. On the third match he did everything that he wanted. He dropped at Pleasent Park with his little friend, RNGMrfreshasian and they eliminated a lot of players, he didn’t say:CLIP THAAT!! , but he didn’t look happy and sad, so he looked like a robot. He danced, he built a lot of Pyramids, but they didn’t have to use the Report Block cause they finally won! He laughed for thirthy seconds, but this strategy worked. When they saw the                               #1 VICTORY ROYALE on the screen he spoke like a STREAMER BTW. He said: GGs! GGs guys!

Super Mario Bros {Short Story}

by L. Máté, 6th grade

-Oh Mario the princess has been captured (loud whisper) again.

-Oh come-a on! It’s-a third time in the week! LUIGI COME-A HERE WE HAVE-A SOMETHING TO DO!

-What’s so important?-Luigi asked

-Guess what.



-Because I’ve had enough! I’m not going to save the princess every day and not even get paid for it!

-Okei dokie but-a if I get something for saving the princess-a you aren’t going to get anything.


So Mario went on an ’amazing’ adventure to save the princess.

He had to kill a lot of mushrooms and turtles but it was fine because they were Bowser’s minions. He even met a cute dinosaur called Yoshi (Yeah I know he is not in smb1 but still). After many, and by many I mean MANY, hours later he finally got to Bowser’s castle. It was full of lava, even though I don’t know how. He then faced Bowser himself. They had an epic fight and by epic I mean that Bowser, no one knows why, put an axe at the and of the bridge and when he jumped Mario ran under him grabed the axe and cut down the bridge. Bowser also thought it was a good idea to put lava under the bridge so he fell in the hot lava.
Then he met the princ…

-Princess-a where are you..

-Thank you for saving me Mario but our princess is in an other castle.-Toad said

-So you’re saying that I almost died of hunger and killed tons of mushrooms just to get to the wrong castle?!

-Ummm… Yeah?

-I-I… I give up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

------------------------------Player One controller disconnected-----------------------------

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Rome {Famous Sights Post}

by Fruzsina, 8th grade

Rome is the capital city of Italy. This city is the biggest and most populated in the country. The population is around 2.87 million. Rome is the center of the Roman Catholic Church. Rome is also home to the Vatican City. The legend of Rome claims that it happened on the 21 of April in 753 BC. At this time Romulus and Remus founded Rome. Here in Rome there are a lot of sights. My favourite is the Colosseum.

The Colosseum is an ancient Roman architecture. It’s 188m long and 156m wide and 48.5m high. It has five floors. The ancient building is made of limestone, wood and brick. They completed the building in 80 AD, in the 2nd century. Titus opened up the building with a ceremony. On the opening day 5000 wild animals were shown. In the building the gladiators were fighting for their life. The Colosseum is the one of the seven wonders of the world. Rome is a beautiful city that’s why I want to visit it in the future. There’s a lot of sight and places that we can explore. You can also learn from the history of the ancient Rome, or you can just visit some restaurant and try the Italian foods.

From the web

From the web

Sóstó zoo {Famous Sights Post}

by Vanda, 8th grade

The Sóstó zoo is in Europe, in Hungary, in Nyíregyháza.
This is best zoo in Europe and this is the biggest zoo in Europe.
Here there are more than 500 animal species.  You can spend your free time pleasantly.

In here you can find an aquarium. Sea animals are swimming close.

Green pyramid: is a jungle in the big greenhouse

You can find very specific animal species here and find out what you haven't known before.
There are different animal breeds here from all of the world.
The African are very exciting animals coming to us who grow up in here since their young age and later here will be their families.
There are plenty of catwalks in the zoo for visitors to the zoo, so you can see how the animals spend their daily lives every day.

Picture from the web

Taj Mahal {Famous Sights Post}

by Emese, 8th grade

Taj Mahal
(meaning "Crown of the Palaces")

Agra is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It's one of the most populous cities in Uttar Pradesh, and the 24th most populous in India.

The Taj Mahal is one of the most famous buildings in the world. It's a white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. There are at least thirty different types of gemstones decorating the Taj Mahal to make it even more beautiful. Construction of the Taj Mahal took around 20 years, beginning around 1632 and finishing around 1653. It covers an area of 17 hectares. The full height of the Taj Mahal is 171 metres (561 feet). It’s symmetrical in almost every way, only the two tombs are different sizes. The male tomb is larger than the female tomb. The Taj Mahal attracts 7–8 million visitors a year. It was built as the final resting place for Mumtaz Mahal, the third wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Scientists fear that the Taj Mahal may be slowly sinking into the Yamuna River. This is according to Wikipedia.

Picture from web

San Francisco {Famous Sights Post}

by P. Niki, 8th grade

San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge

I’m gonna tell you some interesting facts about San Francisco. The first one that amazed me was that this city has the largest and oldest Japantown. Its other name is "Nihonmachi," and Japanese immigrants came here during the 20th century. Many people are surprised to hear this, but the city is actually built on 50 hills. It includes: Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, Twin Peaks, etc. If you think that there’s nothing interesting about SF besides the sights, you’re very wrong. The first electric TV was invented in 1927 by Philio Farnsworth. His working lab was at 202 Green Street which is in San Francisco. The Bay area constantly has natural disasters., but the hundreds of earthquakes each year are so small, people don’t even feel them anymore. Probably the most interesting fact about San Francisco is that its famous Golden Gate Bridge was built in only four years. However, restoration process took way longer on the Oakland side, 11 years to be exact.

Mid-day picture of the streets of Chinatown

Wonder how the city of San Francisco was built? It was the famous Chinatown that started it. Technically, the heart of Chinatown, a house, was built around 1822 by an English sailor in the Portsmouth Square. The first Chinese arrived in San Francisco in 1848, a man and two women. Two years later there were already 20 thousand people in that area. Chinatown is now home to 15 thousand Chinese, and the majority do not speak English. Tourists find this place amazing not only because of the architecture, but the whole culture itself. About 2 million people visit Chinatown each year. The New Year Parade is one of the coolest festivals out there, with the Community Street Fair, Chinatown Pageant and much more. 500,000 people visit this festival along with 3 million TV viewers. If you’re hungry and happen to visit Chinatown, you came to the right place. There are many food places here. If you want to eat in an aesthetically pleasing place and also enjoy your meal, you probably want to visit China Live. They have traditional Chinese dishes, that are made to be luxurious. China Live is actually a complex, so you can not only eat there, but you can get coffee and buy cooking utensils. If you want to go out with your friends on the weekend, you can go to the Li Po Cocktail Lounge. It’s a 90’s/2000’s themed bar with amazing old school cocktails. Overall, I chose to talk about San Francisco’s Chinatown because it’s a great place to hang out, and you can experience the life of a very different culture in the comfort of your own hometown.

Li Po Cocktail Lounge

Empire State Building {Famous Sights Post}

by Esther, 8th grade

One of the most famous cities in the USA is New York City. It is the city with the greatest population, with 8,175,000 people, according to Wikipedia. It is divided into five parts: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. The town is described as the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world. There are also 800 different languages spoken in the city. Some famous sights are Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, and the Empire State Building.

The Empire State Building can be found in Manhattan, New York. It is about 440 meters high including the tip. The building is huge, because there are 73 lifts and 102 floors. The building is also famous for its lights. According to the building's website, the skyscraper was first lit in 1976, and from then on has been changing color for different occasions. In 2012, new LED displays were installed, and since then the system can now change for up to 16 million colors. I chose this sight because I really wanted something from New York and the Statue of Liberty was already taken.

Picture from web

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

TipiTopy: 226 Years - Part 1 Episode 1 {Short Stories}

by Laky, 5th grade

                     Episode  I Part I

BROWNIE GUYS Don’t Like Snowstorms

 --------  PRISO DATALOG SYSTEM --------
 Date: 08.01.2239 (halikakian-calendar)
 Time: 13:50
 Place: Priso Hills, Priso Center, floor 580 (of 580)
 Current User: Laky730 (Ben Laky, Programmer and CEO)
      Good morning, Laky!

-Ehh... Ok. I’m up. What’s the population?
-Great! Income?
-234,537,678.2008 CREDITS.
- Not bad. So, what should we do today?
-Oh. I guess, then… Wait, what’s that big black thingy floating there?
-Brownie guys… hmmm. OH MY!!! When they see a storm, they start to go forward… TO THE MIMYPOLIS!!!
- No. We need to save the mimies!!!! (and the brownie guys, of course…)                                     

                               TO BE CONTINUED…

Things to Do in 2019 {Goals for the New Year}

by Laky, 5th grade

       Things To-do in         2019

·        Write a blogpost about Subnautica
·        Help my Dad make his gameplay about C64 game „Caren and the Tangled Tentacles”
·        Make better Unity games
·        Make my first game engine with C++
·        Play with my baby sister
·        Make Minecraft Grand Jatte Episode 2
·        Make a SNOW NYAN CAT!!!! :3 (How the hell did I come up with this?)
·        Make a CCAMP, Conductor Cathedral Average Monopoly Robot (If the other guy can use random generator, than why not? :D)
·        Make more Arduino things
·        LEGO buildings
·        Wait till this time next year, make a time machine, then go back in time to this day and tell myself to not to write down this sentence.
·        Stop always singing Haus in Neu Berlin randomly in the streets