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Monday, 25 April 2011

The Cupcakes

The cupcake is a fluffy little cake baked in a small mold paper. 
To make a cupcake, just to add icing on top (butter cream, whipped cream ...

Then it only remains to customize with all kinds of
food decorations, candies, colored sugar, chocolate,
vermicelli, sugar hearts.

The name comes from the English cupcake "cup " (tasse à thé) and "cake " (gâteau).
The cake is so small that it resembles a teacup.

Now, the cupcake is chic, glamorous and romantic, it is used in wedding cake, for the St. Valentine and birthday.

A. Derya

Monday, 13 December 2010


What are the shamans ?

Well, the shamans are some magic guys. They are indians, africans, celtics or germans and are affiliated to fables and legends. They can summon some surnatural creatures like salamanders. They can talk to undinns or sylves, that are spirits from nature. But they can also do some potions or medicines with only plants and herbs, they can heal loads of wounds.

Loads of shamans and witches meets themselves during the sabbat, a night of sorcery where magic kinds do an orgy or more. During those nights, we can see some monsters some times, like salamanders or fairies.

Be careful, maybe a werewolf or the boogeyman are watching you right now and report your acts to a shaman. Be careful and watch the sky if you see some fire or fairy !

David F.

Monday, 8 November 2010

Desert Flowers

During my holidays i watched a film called '' Fleur du désert ''. This film really touched me. 

it's a story about a somali girl, she is a model and she left Somalia really young because she didn't want to get married there. 
She worked many years in England for the Somali embassy as a maid, then she worked in a fast food, that's where a famous photographer saw her.
Few years after that she became famous, she told a journalist her all story , when she was 3 years old, she get circumcision, it means they removed all the female organ. 
now she defends rights of women for the ONU, it is thanks to her that the world was made aware of the practice of female circumcision.


Friday, 5 November 2010


Who doesn't want to be like a gangster at school? Who doesn't want to be respected by eveybody???
In fact we all would like to be an important charachter, and why not famous!
It's exactly it with what we are confronted in this film : a classroom of tough, sullen teenagers, all ghetos style, involved in gang warfare and drug pushing...


Dangerous Minds starring Michelle Pfeiffer as LouAnne Johnson was realised in 1995, in USA.
Mrs Johnson was the teacher and had to confront with this type of students, she had the courage to help them by using her own methode which consists in changing them behavior.
She just liked to teach them some principales of the work, so she tries to motivate them frist of all by giving to them chocolate for all right answer, a good grad, or teaching them karate and when she introduced peotry she used lyrics of  Bob Dylon.
They all loved her, she was the only teacher that undersood them inside. She also attracted to their personnal problems...
At the end of year Mrs Johnson anounced to them that she will not continue to teach in this school. Students were sad and refused to let her leave.

Personally i have seen this movie four faith and every time i appreciated it more than the another one...It's really a story of a charicmatic teacher. It's a very good work, Mrs Pfeiffer's role is done so well because it's always difficult to be a good teacher in a bad class.
Finally, respect to Mrs Déglise who every time understands us for example when we don't have our material .

Freedom Writers

I want present you a film who is not like the others. It's not only a film, but a real story.

It jumps from emotional pictures to action pictures. The film talks about racism too, or only about racism.
You want to know how some childreen who lived in the gheto can survive and have this motivation to go forward.
You want to know far the childreen would go to survive and to respect the others rights.

Mrs Greuwell, the childreen's teacher, have a big will to build a class cons the Holocaust.

You want see how did they this ?

This film is fort you ! You have to watch it absolutly !

Have good time.

Lumbardh BLLACA

SOUL FOOD the best movie that I never seen

This film is about a family with traditional values. There Little Mama Joe. She is grandmother, she is the pillar of the family. She has 3 girls,  a lawyer, a hairdresser and a homemaker. Everything is fine until Little Mama Joe has severe diabetes problem and she dies, It breaks off the family. Ahmad, the housewife'son decides to honor the memory of his grandmother by combining all his family over a good traditional meal. 
It really is a "émouvant"filmFor me family is very important and I think if this movie touch me it's because somewhere I identify myself with the characters because I had the same kind of family problemI recommend it!
Good Night people

X.o.X.o  Gossip Girl!!!!(aka Monika)

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

It's a film I saw, during the holidays, in the original version without knowing that was in English and not French -_-'.

So it's a very complicated story, because it speaks about economy and I think it's too hard to understand if you aren't an ecomic person (like me). The film in French it's difficult to understand so imagine when it is in English! Fortunately there were subtitles, but even that I didn't like the film, because it was too long and complicated...

So if you want to see it, take an ecomonics book and read that befor, and be sure that the movie isn't in original version, who knows maybe you will understand it better than me :).

Corinne R. Wickihalder

Who is this guy?!

Name: Luca
Surname: Dias Venezia
Age: 18 years old
Nationality: Italian & Portuguese
Nickname: Big thumbs & Pepper sprayer
Hobbys: Fitness & Video games

Description: Luca is a Funny guy that loves to make laugh
the other class mates. He is a BG ( beautiful guy) that is
always good dressed with fashion clothes. He loves to
do Body building and as you can see in the picture he knows
how to show his powerfull body.
But Luca is also a romantic guy, he is quite a "don Juan", he
likes to play with girls feelings and after he get what he wanted
he break their heart!

Actually Luca is looking for the love of his life, so if any of you
girls think that he could be your hero and want to meet him, just
contact us at l'amour-est-dans-le-pré

Oh yeees Luca loves to celebrate with his friends, I almost forgot that
he is a really good dancer. Check by your self.   
Luca celebrating

Rui Xavier =)


Memento is a film of Christopher Nolan, the director of Inception. He's my favorite film-maker because all of his scenarios are strange and ambiguous. you think about it several days after seeing it.

Memento is for me the most original film of Nolan. The story is about an amnesic man, Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce), who seeks  the murderer of his wife. But because of his brain problem, he cannot store new memories. Basic script? Wait..


The particularity of this film is that it is filmed in reverse chronological order. So we see the film as if we were Leonard Shelby. During the viewing of the movie, we really have the feeling of being someone with memory problems, because we cannot be distracted on second, otherwise you will lose the thread of the film.

Nolan is a crazy guy, with crazy ideas, but he's terribly fascinating! I think Christopher Nolan can be, will be, or better, already is, the new pillar of the modern cinema.

Daniel Medeiros 

60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000s Madness

Last summer, "France 3" shown a suit of documentaries about the fifty last years : "60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000s Madness".

Each documentary relate ten years of History. It speaks about everything ; politic, fashion, historical events, series and music. I think that that's why these documentaries are really interessant. Usually, I don't like these kind of TV programme but these ones are fascinating ! To have the opportunity of seeing pictures and videos like these is really rewarding. I had never seen pictures of the events in May 68, Michel Berger's concert, I didn't know what happened to Michel Polnareff, how began the career of Led Zeppelin or of Coluche, I learnt new things about John Kennedy's murder... It's so diversified. I could go on a long time to list all important figures of thes fifty ! There were a lot of pictures I had never seen and I learnt a lot of new things, but I think it could me more interesting for people who have live through this period. It's always funny to see old picture of one's childhood.

For me, the most interesting subject was music. I really like 60's, 70's and 80's music. Every musicians of this period were fantastic ! If I have the opportunity, I would like to go to a concert of The Beatles, The Doors, The Rollin' Stones, Queen... It's not possible but I'm always happy to see videos. What did happend in music these years is just incredible ! Rock'n'roll was really a revolution. It inspired a lot of great musicians and made evolve music. During 60's - 70's, music influenced politic too. A lot of musicians fighted for peace, significantly in Viet-Nam. Woodstock festival took during these years and that was the biggest hippy movement ever. Around 50,000 people were expected. Finally more than 450,000 people were at these big concerts. A lot of artists were present : Jimi Hendrix, Santana, the Who, Joe Cocker...


Wednesday, 3 November 2010

The best singer ever !

Ben l'Oncle Soul is a singer of soul music.

He is french and did covers of song like "Seven Nation Army", "Barbie Girl", "I kissed a girl" an so on. He converts famous songs to soul music. His compositions are in french.
In his band there are a guitarist, a drummer, a pianist, a saxophonist, a flautist, a trombonist, a bass guitarist and two singers.
He came in Lausanne to the Docks the 29th October 2010. His show was amazing, we had a lot of fun.
All his band and himself sang, danced and put a good atmosphere.

His first CD's name is: Ben l'Oncle Soul

If he cames back we are sure that you will appreciate to listen to him once !

Bora & Marie

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

I went to see this film in the cinema, it completely shocked me. I do not know if it is the cinematic effect, but in this film, I could feel and living the events as if it was me who was playing...

That is the story..

In the France of the eighteenth century, was born in 1738, Jean Baptiste Grenouille. Raised in an orphanage until the age of thirteen years, not sociable and uncouth, Grenouille has no other passion than that of smells, and every second of his life is guided by this overdeveloped sense.

Living miserably, he manages to get hired as an apprentice to Giuseppe Baldini, a master perfumer from the capital which benefits from its exceptional gift to create new fragrances. 
It discovers the secrets and techniques of manufacturing perfumes. His gift allows him to compose some masterpieces olfactory but his sole obsession remained the natural odor of evanescent young women who cross his path. To this perfume bottle captivating and make his final masterpiece, he will commit the irreparable...

I advise you to see, it is a really good film.

Derya Akinci