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Hey you guys out there.

Strange title, hee?

If you thought I am suffering from a speech impediment, I’m sorry to tell you that this is not the case. Instead, I am suffering from a SEVERE earworm.

Most of you have probably heard of Miley Cyrus aka Hannah Montana. (To tell the whole story would take too long).

Just let me say the following: She is only 16 years old, but due to her over-ambitious parents and the typical Disney marketing strategies, she has approximately 1 billion US-Dollar on her bank account. Yep, pretty insane.

The latest coup on her resume is the movie to her enormously successful television show “Hannah Montana.”

And I have to admit, that I indeed went to the cinema with a friend of mine in order to see if she’s really worth all the hype.

Well…

from: nerdgirltalking.files.wordpress.com

Anyway, I’m drifting away from the topic that actually inspired me to write this post…

Boom Boom Clap Boom Dee Clap Dee Clap!!! Read the rest of this entry »

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Less than two more months and we will be done with all the exams.

DONE.

(Feels so good using that word.)

Because for us students that means :

Freedom. Enjoying the summer (without having too worry about a presentation). Going to the beach. Relaxing. Travelling.

That last keyword leads me to today’s topic of CAMPING (of course that was totally accidental…).

 

For my part I can say that I’ve never been camping before. Don’t ask me why. I don’t know.

Of course, I’ve already slept in a tent. But not for more than two days in a row…It’s probably not just my thing. I need a real bed and enough space for all the stuff I’m taking with me when I’m travelling.

(Believe me, I always have to unpack before a flight because the scale’s hitting above the 20kg limit).

But there’s some hope that I finally will be going camping thanks to Stephanie Bellanger, Amaury Watine, François Gustin & David Dethoor:

Working as product designers, they created the mobile mini house.

That might sound like a playhouse for kids that can be taken on the road but that absolutely wouldn’t cover the sheer magnitude of their invention.

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Do you live on your own? Do you find it hard to create enough free space in your teeny-tiny student pad?

If your answer is yes: Keep on reading. I got something very interesting for you.

If your answer is no: Go get yourself a drink and don’t waste your time with reading this boring post. Read the rest of this entry »

Zac Efron has just been named one of the top 100 most influential people by Times magazine. Zac- who!? Never heard this name before!?

Let me change that in two minutes.

Zachary David Alexander Efron, 21, who became famous with the successful franchise “High School Musical”, is one of the hottest and most idolised teen stars nowadays.

Born and raised in sunny California, he enjoyed a very unspectacular upbringing. His father worked as an engineer at a local power plant, his mother as a secretary. Since he annoyed his parents with his constat singing day after day after day, they decided to enroll their son in the local community theatre where it became obvious that the future will shine bright for young Zac.

After small roles in Emergency room and CSI Miami, the year we’re in is: 2005. Read the rest of this entry »

Hey, this is trendavenue speaking.

This blog was born today as a task of my business applications course at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

I am eager to give you the latest trends and developments in different kinds of areas, such as fashion, food, books and movies, and high-tech.

Posts will be regular, so that you are always up-to-date, and have something to talk about when you’re running out of topics in a boring smalltalk. (Happens to me all the time.) :-)

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