1. Ng1f3 e6 2. e3 c5 3. b3 Nb8c6 4. d4 a6 5. Bc1a3 Qd8a5
6. c3 b5 7. b4?
(7.dxc5 b4 8.Bb2 bxc3 9.Nxc3 Bxc5 and white is ok)
7.... cxb4 8. cxb4 Bf8xb4 9. Ba3xb4 Nc6xb4 10. Nf3e5?
(white needed to shield his king from the threat of double check; 10.Nbd2)
10.... d6 11. a3 Nb4c2 12. Ke1e2 Nc2xa1 13. Ne5c6 Qa5c7 14. Nc6b4 Bc8b7 15. Nb1d2 Qc7c3 16. Nd2e4? (throws away another piece but the game was already lost anyway) Bb7xe4 0-1
Not much to say.An irregular opening,your opponent threw his pieces at you and you caught them.
10.... d6 You could've gone Nc2+ right away but if he prevents that by,say,11.Nd2 you still pick up the knight on e5.so it wasn't the best move but still good enough.
14.Nb4 I don't see anything wrong with that.Except that I would've resigned already
Some of your comments puzzle me
"Righty. Im going to force him into a Sicilian style opening, which is bad for me because Im not very good with it. The Sicilian Opening is characterised by 1. e4 c5"
If you think this is bad for you then why do you play it?Btw,it has nothing to do with the sicilian.Playing c5 doesn't automatically make it a sicilian type game.
"I dont know why, but I feel that d4 is abit early"
You expected d4 on the very first move yet you think it's too early for d4 on the 4th move?
"Im praying that he doesnt block with is Queen because Im sure Im forced to exchange. I dont do very well with my Queen"
If you don't do well with your queen you should welcome a queentrade.I'm guessing this was a typo.