Published April 27, 2012
I have started this blog, with my trip of New York. And, not said much about myself. So in this blog I’ll be telling you more about my life, a bit backwards I know, but oh well. I’m doing this incase the blog ever gets popular, which I highly doubt. I’m just using the site as a place to store my thoughts, so, might be fun to read? I’ve decided to show you who I am through a website sign up stage, instead of making you read giant paragraphs.
Name: Joe Murphy.
Occupation: I’m 13, so, no.
Interests: Filming, reviewing, writing, and basicly doing something productive.
There the basic couple of things you need to know about me, so it’s easier for you to read the blogs.
They’ll be more coming soon, so, come back soon
Published April 26, 2012
Hey everyone. Welcome to my first blog, I’m hoping to make it as fun to read as possible, since reading isn’t very fun, and niether is reading about someone else’s life. Anyway, in the April holidays I paid a visit to the concrete jungle, New York. Yes, I stole that from the song. We checked in at the Hilton Hotel, which was featured in an episode of The Office, I was exicted to find out. The first touristy place we visited was Times Square, for those of you who don’t get out much and are unaware of what that is, here’s a picture.
Yes, this isn't the best picture. But, Times Square is a busy place at night, and it's hard to take a picture on ground without being rammed by other people.
- Opinion On Times Square
It’s not that I dislike Times Square, It’s just that I don’t like the busy streets and pushy shoppers. The shops were great, I bought all the tacky things you could. I got a Hangover t-shirt, which made it look like I was carrying a baby. I got a Simpsons shirt, and a monkey hate, which, is amazing. That, is the story for New York day one. Not much happened as we were just settling in, and I don’t want to bore you by saying what kind of underwear I packed. There’s nothing much else to say, apart from the plane insident.
I was on board the plane, heading to New York, duh. When I felt a sudden urdge to go to the bathroom, unfortunatly the seat belt sign was on, meaning I wasn’t aloud to stand. An hour passed, and we had no turbulance trouble. I swear the captain just forgot to switch the sign off. Anyway, I couldn’t hold it in any longer, so I jumped up and sprinted for the toilets at the other end of the plane. When I got in, and aloud my “juices” to start flowing, we finaly expirenced some turbulance. And, you can guess what happened from there on in. Anyway, thanks for reading! I’ll post about Day 2 in New York soon