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tjej
09-11-2005, 02:34 PM
Ahhhh. OOOH My grandma emailed me her recipie for bread and butter pudding last night <3 All your talk of it has made me want to eat a bowl full of it and throw up afterwards :D

That test was a bastardo! I have a feeling that I've failed that one royally. *hugs back*

Ah possibly... Hmmm we shall see. I am really tempted, especially as this feud with mother escalated to the extreme this morning. Bwaha.

To sit on the floor with cusions, tea and Being and Nothingness. :happy: Love it.

Bah! Lazy workman. They're brilliant! I really want one, but I have a tesco value fleece which is worth a thousand bathrobes and was only 200kr.

He does :( He's not parisian ghetto enough for me. It's the only french I've spoken since leaving school. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 03:15 PM
Oh that's sounds like Blitish fun awright! :LOL: Make some and share it in your flat later! :happy: Mmmhmm.

Awwwww *hugs again* Evil them for having you do tests this early on...what was it like, what kind of questions etc?

Then you could get political asylum since you fear repressals in your home country :LOL:

Mmmmm I need some cushions...or a Lazyboy! oh how I want a Lazyboy, too bad they're so horribly big! :(

I snuck out of the place at 11 since he still hadn't showed up and went shopping with Lisa! :happy:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v66/Krasnojarsk/c9f9add3.jpg

Perfect afternoon: tea, nice cup and an awesome unofficial Smiths record! Mmmmmmmmmhm. So, in two days I've spent 740 kr on tea apparel :LOL: (£52)

But the fragile French could be nice too...like Luke, or maybe Indochine :happy:

tjej
09-11-2005, 05:32 PM
Absolutly! It's my night to cook tonight too, this could be a plan... Mmmm.

We have a test every two weeks which apparently go towards our end of year classification :stunned: uh oh. They were translations into Russian, saying whether it took на, в or о, whether the ending was ии or е and then putting sentences into prepositional/translating them into English.

Oh what a good idea! She's not speaking to me now, rather than me not speaking to her. Mother-daughter relations are just the best in the world. :happy:

Get yourself to the Swedish equivilant of Primark :D I pimped my bedroom with cushions and fleece throws for under 270kr :D

I'm impressed at your teaness! It's more British than mine :D

Mmmmmmm Indochine.

tjej
09-11-2005, 05:34 PM
OH YES we're having a gin and tonic party.

OH YES.

Mona
09-11-2005, 07:17 PM
To sit on the floor with cusions, tea and Being and Nothingness. :happy: Love it.


You most certainly need Morocco. Cussions.. grr.
And loads of kinds of cookies and I hate them all.

*eating knäckebröd and drinking tea again*
I think I'll make it a tradition

Oh what a good idea! She's not speaking to me now, rather than me not speaking to her. Mother-daughter relations are just the best in the world.

Tell me you're being ironic. Relation between my mother and I = Pure freaking hell.

But I don't hate her.. I mean, she is my mum.

At th emoment I'm just pissed at her. But I'm goooing to Franz Ferdinand =D

Mona
09-11-2005, 07:25 PM
...så byter vi plats? :D

Nooo Feta give me Livarot anyday. Or le Pong innit.

Argh just realised I've lost my last Livestrong bracelet today :'( Ordered some new ones though, since I still stand by the fact that we were some in the first ones in Sweden to get them, and I'm in le business so I deserve it innit :D *defends self violently* :LOL:

Mmmmmmmmmm teeeeeeee, 's ridiculous, I'll never have to eat again. *is mesmerised by the flowers* So pretty! :happy: They go right together with my white Topshop gloves :happy:

Haha glöm det, Pelle. Du kan dock ta min plats när jag troligne flyttar till New York eller England. Stuuuddeeeerraaa utomlands :) Men jag menade att jag kan visa dig affären nästa gång du kommer, om du vågar tillbringa 5 minuter med mig dvs.

That Russian guy in my chemistryclass said he'd teach me Russian. But he thinks it's unnecessary, because if you just happen to pronounce something wrong, they'll laugh at you. I don't care. I WANNA LEARN.
And someone else's learning me how to play the piano (I almost wrote how to do the piano.. weird).

tjej
09-11-2005, 07:30 PM
Apparently (according to Dave) we're all going to this Arabic place in Rusholme to smoke something fruity on our Russian night out now which involves sitting on the floor. Mmm. Actually, I cooked Moroccan tonight... halal meat and everything. Bismahla.

Ironic as the day I was born my dear, sweet Mona.

Mothers are just a pain in the arse. Eeeh Franz. So... samey. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 08:38 PM
Absolutly! It's my night to cook tonight too, this could be a plan... Mmmm.

We have a test every two weeks which apparently go towards our end of year classification :stunned: uh oh. They were translations into Russian, saying whether it took на, в or о, whether the ending was ии or е and then putting sentences into prepositional/translating them into English.

Oh what a good idea! She's not speaking to me now, rather than me not speaking to her. Mother-daughter relations are just the best in the world. :happy:

Get yourself to the Swedish equivilant of Primark :D I pimped my bedroom with cushions and fleece throws for under 270kr :D

I'm impressed at your teaness! It's more British than mine :D

Mmmmmmm Indochine.


Soo? What'd you do? :happy:

Shit, even I have a hard time with в and на! I like words where you can swallow the ending though mmmm

Awwww make 'er some Swedish coffee an' all will be reet :happy:

Oooh cheap :D I could do with that now. If I can break away from my bourgeois lifestyle I've set out on <3

Why thank you :D I'm getting the same cup but with peonies on it soon, for les guests :D

Mmmm gin and tonic :happy: (You've got to do some rum and tonic though, 's heaven it is.)

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 08:42 PM
Haha glöm det, Pelle. Du kan dock ta min plats när jag troligne flyttar till New York eller England. Stuuuddeeeerraaa utomlands :) Men jag menade att jag kan visa dig affären nästa gång du kommer, om du vågar tillbringa 5 minuter med mig dvs.

That Russian guy in my chemistryclass said he'd teach me Russian. But he thinks it's unnecessary, because if you just happen to pronounce something wrong, they'll laugh at you. I don't care. I WANNA LEARN.
And someone else's learning me how to play the piano (I almost wrote how to do the piano.. weird).

Vågar och vågar :D

Look at Rhiân, she seems proud of her Georgianity, so it doesn'a really matter :D Just say 'Minjä z'vout Monoj' (Yes all the cool kids use the instrumental case when saying their names :D Hear that Rhiânom?) Mmm piano.

tjej
09-11-2005, 08:46 PM
I cooked couscous with herbs and lemon, then made some spicy beef to go with it.. as all I have is.. couscous, beef, curry powder and herbs. The lemon was that left over from the gin :D I'll make the pudding another day.

Ahhh yes.

Haha she don't drink coffee... so I'm forever doomed to feud. :D

Ahh beautiful :D Mmm gin.

tjej
09-11-2005, 08:49 PM
Vågar och vågar :D

Look at Rhiân, she seems proud of her Georgianity, so it doesn'a really matter :D Just say 'Minjä z'vout Monoj' (Yes all the cool kids use the instrumental case when saying their names :D Hear that Rhiânom?) Mmm piano.
It's only cause I get to sound really stupid when I talk to Russians... but then, I'll prove them wrong when I'm quoting Dostoyevsky and Pushkin in every day conversation about carrots and stuff. JUST YOU WAIT. *cackles*

Haha I like the instrumental idea. Very... narcissistic.

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 08:57 PM
I cooked couscous with herbs and lemon, then made some spicy beef to go with it.. as all I have is.. couscous, beef, curry powder and herbs. The lemon was that left over from the gin :D I'll make the pudding another day.

Ahhh yes.

Haha she don't drink coffee... so I'm forever doomed to feud. :D

Ahh beautiful :D Mmm gin.

Mmmmmmmm that sounds ahabsolutely wonderful! Mmmm and lemon with couscous...the description and the smell from the kitchen made me realise I haven't eaten anything all day :$

Knäckebröd then? With violet honey? :D

It's only cause I get to sound really stupid when I talk to Russians... but then, I'll prove them wrong when I'm quoting Dostoyevsky and Pushkin in every day conversation about carrots and stuff. JUST YOU WAIT. *cackles*

Haha I like the instrumental idea. Very... narcissistic.

Carrots? :LOL:

In fact it's very Chekhov as well :happy: I'd neeeever say Меня зовут Пелле (Or Пеллэ or Пэллэ or however the hell my name's written in Rusk)

tjej
09-11-2005, 09:04 PM
It went down quite well :D I'm officially the gourmet chef of the flat. *smug* :happy: All day?! You must eat something or you'll die!

Leave me to my feud! It's fun. I don't have the annoyance of texts and phonecalls every five bloody minutes now :D

Well, maybe not carrots... borsch recipies or something.

Ah Chekhov. Ahh thick books. I'd go with Поле with my Georgian accent I reckon.. PLUS it has that very.. collective farm ring to it :LOL: :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 09:28 PM
I'm sure you are! And I'm so sure you're so, so much better than anyone in my flat since all they make smells like catfood. We need a gourmet chef here! So get yerself over le Nordsjön now! :happy: Nah don't know...I like feeling thin :LOL: Maybe I'll have something if I pass out eventually :D

Right then :D :LOL:

Mmmm borsch :happy: That'd work in any context I reckon. :happy:

Поле! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: It's very kolkhozy yes, I might use that :happy:

Ja, jaaaag äääääär käääääääääääär i den fuuuuuuuuuuuulaste flickan i väääärlden! <3

tjej
09-11-2005, 09:34 PM
Actually, the Nigerian girl cooks some pretty good smelling foods... Ah I'll gourmet chef any day :happy: I'll teach you how to make proper tea too. Mmm. Have tea and biscuits. Mmm.

haha I vote you introduce yourself to your Olga with Я Поле in your next class. :D

Mmmm Abba so loud... and hot chocolate. What a perfect Wednesday evening.

tjej
09-11-2005, 09:35 PM
Ooh do you have the original version of Wuthering Heights? My computer seems to have swallowed it.

Mona
09-11-2005, 09:42 PM
Apparently (according to Dave) we're all going to this Arabic place in Rusholme to smoke something fruity on our Russian night out now which involves sitting on the floor. Mmm. Actually, I cooked Moroccan tonight... halal meat and everything. Bismahla.

Ironic as the day I was born my dear, sweet Mona.

Mothers are just a pain in the arse. Eeeh Franz. So... samey. :happy:

Smoke something fruity? Arabic? Then it must be Chicha that you're going to smoke. Lovely.. but careful or you'll choke. Mmmm chicha.. makes me want to go back to Egypt.

Yes, but I prefer to have it like this. It would be very odd if I all of a sudden got along with my mum. Almost scary.. Haha yes, Franz. Not your style maybe, but a concert is a concert so..what the hell. :happy:

Mona
09-11-2005, 09:43 PM
Vågar och vågar :D

Look at Rhiân, she seems proud of her Georgianity, so it doesn'a really matter :D Just say 'Minjä z'vout Monoj' (Yes all the cool kids use the instrumental case when saying their names :D Hear that Rhiânom?) Mmm piano.

Yes, I know. That's why I want to learn Russian anyway.. I wrote that.

tjej
09-11-2005, 09:49 PM
Smoke something fruity? Arabic? Then it must be Chicha that you're going to smoke. Lovely.. but careful or you'll choke. Mmmm chicha.. makes me want to go back to Egypt.

Yes, but I prefer to have it like this. It would be very odd if I all of a sudden got along with my mum. Almost scary.. Haha yes, Franz. Not your style maybe, but a concert is a concert so..what the hell. :happy:
That's the stuff. I won't be smoking any anyway. I choke enough when my flatmates light up. *poor lungs*

Oooh Pelle! Tack! I didn't have that Fields song.. :D I found a load on Mytunes this afternoon so I abused the system and downloaded them all :D 33 tracks!

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 09:52 PM
Actually, the Nigerian girl cooks some pretty good smelling foods... Ah I'll gourmet chef any day :happy: I'll teach you how to make proper tea too. Mmm. Have tea and biscuits. Mmm.

haha I vote you introduce yourself to your Olga with Я Поле in your next class. :D

Mmmm Abba so loud... and hot chocolate. What a perfect Wednesday evening.

I bet she does! Does she listen to highlife? :D Mmmm tea, yer do that! I'll clearly have to learn when the tea bags're supposed to come out and all that...develop a sixth British sense innit :D

If only the classes weren't individual! :D I could dress up in a Stalin moustache though. Mmmhm.

Sounds the perfectest ever! I'm going on a wee Gaymailing spree sorry :$ But Wutheling Heights are in there :D You don't happen to have Be My Baby with some girl-group do you?

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 09:53 PM
Yes, I know. That's why I want to learn Russian anyway.. I wrote that.

Kvääääällskuuuurs!

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:00 PM
Oooh the gaymailing spree is most heartily welcomed! Thanks! I don't I'm afraid... I've got some disney songs if you want those... or... John Rutter...

Mmm Stalin moustache. So Gerogian.

She doesn't listen to highlife... but some really bad stuff...

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:01 PM
Kvääääällskuuuurs!
They suck though :( You hardly learn a thing/end up in classes full of retards.

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:03 PM
Oooh the gaymailing spree is most heartily welcomed! Thanks! I don't I'm afraid... I've got some disney songs if you want those... or... John Rutter...

Mmm Stalin moustache. So Gerogian.

She doesn't listen to highlife... but some really bad stuff...

Disney, how capitalist of you Rhiân! :D God I hate pseudo-communists, my hands are shaking from obstinacy :LOL:

Mmmmmhm yes :happy: *grows one*

Berate her for that and make her listen to Orchestra Baobab all day long :D

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:04 PM
They suck though :( You hardly learn a thing/end up in classes full of retards.

That's true, but it's better than nowt I reckon :happy:

*Pelle's Hungarian teacher* "-What? What's a postposition?"

:stunned:

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:08 PM
I'm seriously worried about me. Since starting uni I'm turning towards the centre-right more and more :stunned: I blame the fact that the Times is 20p in the Union shop (then again so's the Guardian/Indy)

Mmm. They're rather annoying. Almost annoying as those pseudo-antiiraqwar people.

Better still.. the Ukelelelelelele Orchestra of Great Britain :D

I suppose. I vote we just... teach her ourselves. You do all the important stuff and I'll teach her how to sound Georgian. OH GOD bare with me.. I HAVE to scan you the poem that Katya read to us today.

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:16 PM
:LOL: I do too, I'm left as Death itself when it comes to foreign things, but I've grown up, just as I hope the silly Danish yob in that thread *points* will. :happy:

:LOL: :LOL: I've realised over the past few years how much more fun it is to criticise people how feel almost the same way you do yourself :D 'S just so much fun, spweing out something on Israel one sentence, and exaggerate certain good things about the US in the next. :LOL: *<3's my father for doing that to me too and thus teaching me le right way* :D

Mmmmm ukullellellelle! :happy:

Sounds good :happy: Oooh poem *nice*

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:24 PM
It's all going wrong. Maturing... I don't like it. I want to be a 'communist' Ché Guevara loving, black haired child. With responsiblities come... right ethics. It'll take him a while to grow up I think. I like the way he changes his beliefs after a few people don't agree with him. Very... revolutionary. I had a similar conversation with a very beautiful campaigner who works for http://www.newint.org/ in town today. I still have my leftist principles in me...

haha so true. It's what educated politics discussions are about though, hypocracy.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v318/milojazzlady/poem.jpg

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:29 PM
Wouldn't we all want to be that? :D God I hate uneducated people trying to know they know something, and he's blaming it on the language :rolleyes: Come on. I'd like to see the look on his face when they collectivize his computer. *Jealous* I haven't discussed this for such a long time since everyone doing Russian's so...moderate :indiff:

:LOL: :LOL: Wonderful poem! I wonder why all Russian poems are like acid trips though. :LOL:

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:37 PM
Yep. It's easy to profess such things of communism and a revolution being the best thing since Thatcher, but it's even easier to expose the flaws. Me the German and my friend in London had the most fantastic conversation about communism in the pub on Sunday. You would've enjoyed that one. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: at the computer comment.

It's beautiful, isn't it? Sadly Katya now thinks I'm odd as I laughed so hard at the frog on the broomstick I actually cried my eyes out :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:45 PM
Mmmmm we'd have to gather some pseudo people together and hold a mass meeting to try and convince them to be nice citizens :happy:

:LOL: :LOL: :LOL: I can see how you did! it's just...mmmmm. Nice locatives though :D

tjej
09-11-2005, 10:48 PM
Ideally, we'd just need an army, threat of exhile and fear. I mean it worked for all our commie idols...

It's how we're learning our motion verbs :D or.. werbs as Katya calls them <3

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 10:54 PM
:LOL: Heggzackly! Mmmm get some butch commie lesbians from Manchester and I'll get the Socialist Danes :D

Mmmm werbs :LOL: How Swedish :happy:

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:04 PM
Now that shouldn't be too hard... Haha.

I've just been reading the Communist Manifesto again, in a bid to relive the glory days. I'm just far too... middle class now.

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:10 PM
Pah le Manifesto. I actually never bothered with I don't think :stunned: As long as it's red it's nice though.

What a nice Museboard evening! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: *dies* Where did all the 14 year olds spawn from?

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:14 PM
It's pretty vague really. You can see how all the commies read it, get a bee in their bonnets and then preach the word. These commies being my fellow privately educated school comrades. It's basically an excuse for them to show off their french skills.

So politically charged. I can't wait till they start talking about communism in China. I really can't :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:16 PM
:LOL: :LOL: That's quite accurate. :happy:

Mmmhm we can only hope. I'm afraid good opposition will be scarce though :LOL:

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:22 PM
Viva Mao.

Damn, I want to go to bed so badly, but the commie stuff is getting good now.

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:22 PM
Exactly what I want to do too, but how could I ever sleep now :LOL:

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:29 PM
Ah, Lyeneen would be proud. :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:34 PM
I bet he used to hang around on t'Board back in the 20's too :D

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:37 PM
I can see him now, sat in the porch of his collective farm in Tomsk with his laptop on his... lap and the workers singing away with their sythes. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:40 PM
:LOL: Ah yes, so where did things go wrong :D

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:43 PM
I blame the invention of wireless LAN. That's the major cause of die Mauer falling...

Krasnojarsk
09-11-2005, 11:44 PM
:LOL: :LOL: I miss the Mauer :happy:

tjej
09-11-2005, 11:58 PM
Don't worry, it still exists 'im Kopf vieler Deutschen' and also in room 70, Flat 9, Willow Court.

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:00 AM
Aaah yes :LOL: :LOL: I have to find my Ebba Grön CD and blast out le song for an hour or two and I'll relive the mur right here and now too :happy:

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:03 AM
Halt! *mumbles the rest of the lyrics* *puts it on* Ahhh.

I have a 9am tomorrow. It's going to be impossible to wake up for... but I can't go to sleep until our communist friends fight back... I simply can't. :'(

Ooh, did the workman ever show up?

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:07 AM
Här får ingen passeraaa, kommer ingen förbi-i! Kommer aldrig över nån mera, så gå äru snäll om ditt liiv är kääärt. Gotta love those open ö's. Mmmm Stockholm. You don't happen to have it on mp3 do ye?

I can't either. No way. God people are under-educated.

Yup, I was away buying tea stuff though :D Still got up at like 7 in the morning though :indiff:

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:09 AM
Woo! I do indeed! I'll gaymail it... I sent you some cheese earlier too...

It's just we Russian students. We hear the perils of communism first hand from our tutors... and we've seen the aftermath of it on a visit to the motherland. We should feel smug. :happy:

Ah huzzah!

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:14 AM
Oooh fankoo! *downloads* Isn't that machine gun just so...argh. So malplacé :LOL: Ooh 'Perhaps...' is wonderful :happy: So rum and coke...so Rio...so Copacabana...so Manilow *<3's*

Very smug yes :LOL: 'S our right that.

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:15 AM
:LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: *dies* I love it how I whip out the old Stockholm dialect as soon as I sing a word of Ebba Grön. Ahhh <3

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:17 AM
No worries! I'm assuming you have Staten och Kapitalet? Mmmm.

The dialect is so... gruff. S'beautiful really. Once I learn Swedish properly that'll be the accent of choice.

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:21 AM
Not on mp3 no :( My sister has all the CD's though and I've got some back home, so I'll rip loads some day...'s just a shame you're not fluent already :( Stockholmese makes me want to cry each time I hear it, 's so beautiful. And that was exactly why I was sucking up to a Stockholm suburb guy at the Rusk party :D

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:25 AM
I'll ship that over in a sec too. Tell me about it :( BUT it's part of the 10 year plan. Once I finally graduate from this degree, I'm going to try for UCL's Scandinavian Studies and Dutch degree so hopefully... by the time I'm... 26? There'll be fluency in 5... The PhD can wait. :D :D

Mmm Stockholm. :'(

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:30 AM
Ooh fanks :happy: If I'm not mistaken I translated that somewhere in the Other bands section...'s a brilliant text, even if they didn't write it, it was Blå Tåget (The Blue Train) innit.
26, 's nothing that! I'm looking forward to it :happy: I'll probably be fluent in Rusk then too :happy:

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:34 AM
Oooh I shall have a look at that morgens. :D No use, bed time for me I think.

Geh' weiter, Genosse. Fuer den kommunistischen Leben. Dann guck mal Die fetten Jahren sind Vorbei. Ich hab' keine Zweifel, dass du sie lieben wirdst.

Ahhh. Brecht's Kinderhymne. THAT'S a communist anthem. G'night!

tjej
10-11-2005, 12:35 AM
Also.. thank you!

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:39 AM
Oooh I shall have a look at that morgens. :D No use, bed time for me I think.

Geh' weiter, Genosse. Fuer den kommunistischen Leben. Dann guck mal Die fetten Jahren sind Vorbei. Ich hab' keine Zweifel, dass du sie lieben wirdst.

Ahhh. Brecht's Kinderhymne. THAT'S a communist anthem. G'night!

Nattsågott dear, thanks for helping me fight for communism today :happy:

Also, for tomorrow, some translations are in the Scandinavian Thread http://board.muse.mu/showthread.php?t=2349&page=5&pp=15&highlight=scandinavian

tjej
10-11-2005, 01:29 AM
Owt for a comrade, innit.

Christ I'll never get to sleep. I had the urge to google an old history teacher's name.. and I found all his acoustic stuff he used to play.

Yaay for translations :D

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 12:07 PM
Teacher's acoustic stuff? Cool :D

Did you get up then? :D

tjej
10-11-2005, 01:55 PM
It is pretty good! I'll download and gaymail some later!

Of course I got up! I'm glad I made it actually, it was a really good seminar today. :D Mmm tomato soup.

I'm torn between the Christmas Lights switch on tonight or the Russian Society film screening... They're both free. :stunned:

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 02:00 PM
Oooh fanks! :happy:

What was it about? Mmmmmm tomato soup, haven't had that since...well almost since kindergarten, our cook there made a killer tomato soup :happy:

Christmas? What are you, Sweden? :D Can't you make both? :( What film is it?

Mmmm first food for 24h *feels like a POW*

tjej
10-11-2005, 02:08 PM
It was context of Schlink's Der Vorleser. So much info we never got at A Level :D Plus Dr. Philpotts is a complete legend. :D S'what I thought in Tescos today... so I bought a tin. Still tastes the same. Mmm. Actually, the last time I had tomato soup was at the Moderna Museeeeeeeet in le Holm.

I could try... it is Dom Durakov. Sounds quite good really...

Essen macht frei, innit.

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 02:12 PM
Ooooh Deutsch! :happy: You just have to love the legend tutors...they're simply les best :happy:
Mmm Tescos. I would really like to start doing tin soups, but since I'm afraid of the kitchen that won't happen until I get my own stove in my room :D
*Misses Ståkkålm* :'( :'(

Mmmm genitive plural, how could it be bad? :D

Innit.

tjej
10-11-2005, 02:18 PM
Like the guy we have for Landeskunde/Sprachpraktische Übung. Thomas Despositos(osososososososososososossss) you see him in the ten minute between periods cramming about 12 cigarettes in, then he runs up the stairs... always greets you in the same way... WHAT a guy.

Aww why afraid of the kitchen? Bad flatmates?

Haha Olga refused to tell us about the genitive today. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 02:27 PM
:LOL: :LOL: Sounds like Irina but more like one Russian cigarette equivalent of 12 Western ones, and looking like she's about to die every step she takes down the stairs. Errr. Despositosososososososos is a lurvely name too :happy:

Everyone's so fucking bland so I can't stand being out there for more than half a minute. Also, since it's a corridor, my room is the farthest away from the kitchen meaning I'll have to do half a polar expedition to get there.

Maybe she's trying to protect you :D Genitive can be a bitch, seeing as it's used after every bloody preposition in the universe it shouldn't be used after :indiff: And just the fact you say '5 durakov' but '2 duraka', i.e. genitive plural after 5 and upwards, and genitive singular on 2,3,4. :rolleyes: Bloody Rusks.

Commie fun on the Board today too innit. And me who's got to study. Argh!

tjej
10-11-2005, 02:33 PM
:LOL: Gotta love the smokers.

Ooh, that sounds rather angsty my dear. We should do a house swap. They may be bland, but they're Swedlish... :D Ah y'see mine's a healthy distance from the kitchen... right in the middle of our corridor. :D

I think so. She had a look of pain on her face when Dave asked her a question and she had to tell him 'eet dzyeneetif' :D

Every day is commie fun day. :D I've got to leave for Landeskunde in an hour and I reeeeeeeeeeeeally can't be bothered. I just want to sleeeeeeeeeeep. OH GOD! They've put Staff profiles on my old school website :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: *loves it*

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 02:40 PM
Mmmm tar :happy: I'd like to try a papiroz someday, but something tells me it'd kill me pretty quickly.

Yes let's swap now! Remember, you do get an annoying French girl and an annoying Spanish girl, a moustache lady, two people you'll never meet and someone who's the self-proclaimed 'kitchen DJ' who plays horrendous reggae everytime he's out in the kitchen, from his massive stereo system in his room, which is next to said room :rolleyes: Your room sounds the best then :happy: Like Lisa, right by the luxurious kitchen, 4 other people in the flat, and the others are almost never about. Damn her, and that's only a few hundred metres from here!

OK, I'll stop my fucking whinging, at least the rent's close to naught. :happy:

:LOL: Mmmm 's funny how Rusk teachers expect you to know everything beforehand. Bless 'em. :happy:

Then stay in beeeed :happy: Oooooh fun! You should go on a mailing spree :D

tjej
10-11-2005, 02:48 PM
I remember they were selling ciggies in Moscow for 6 roubles a packet... lord knows what was in those.

French and Spanish? Errrrrr.... I could try and cope. For the Swedishness. If not, would Lisa mind if I just abused her system? You get... Liz :LOL: Mysterious Nigerian girl and Sophie from Clitheroeeeeeee. Enjoy that. :D

No, I shall go. It's the Despositosososos :D

It's true... Although Olga's slightly coming to terms with us only knowing about three words now.
http://www.arnoldschool.com/html/People_11.html aww Messers Golding, Harding, Jenkinson and Smyth <3 How I miss them all <3 <3

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 03:01 PM
:LOL: Mmmm 't would be nice to buy home some of those just for show, emptying the pack, shaking it when there's people around and complain over you not having any cigarettes left. :happy: They'd never have to see you smoke, but chalk up 5 more points in Rusk coolness :happy:

You're that few? I'll swap anyday :D You could always live under the table in Lisa's kitchen though. Just went out there now and met the DJ guy, don't get me wrong, they're all friendly actually, but he wants to greet me as manlyly as possible since I might have said 'tja' in a very bassy voice the first time I met him. If you knew Swedish you'd understand. :D I sound like a Stockholm ruffian hockey player :LOL:

Oooh then you have to :happy: I'll make you some extra tea for even having to go out when it's ruddy autumn :happy:

She is? :happy: Good innit.

Awwww teachers. English names almost always have quite the posh quality over them dunney? :D I love remembering old teachers...mmm. :happy:

tjej
10-11-2005, 03:09 PM
:LOL: Yes. I nearly got some for my pa, but then I didn't want to get stopped by customs/have his death on my conscience. So they stayed there.

There's eight of us... Claire, Cami, Jenny, Aya, Liz, Jules, Sophie and moi. Ground floor too, so it's good when you come home with loads of shopping :D Haha tja... so German :D

Mmm much appreciated! I was going to walk in, but I've just looked out of the windown and it is hoofing it down. :stunned:

Yep, thank god. She's realised that I always say 'tam' because I get sprava and slyeva mixed up. It's like being five all over again :D

It's great, you feel all warm inside :happy:

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 03:16 PM
'S a good job you didn't, you never know what the customs might get up to :happy: You might as well eat tar though.

Ooh loads then :happy: Yer, me's ground floor too, 's great it is, also after painting certain places of the town red. :happy: Huge burglary risk though, I hate having my venetian blinds down all day long :indiff:

Awwwww that sucks. 'S quite dry here now but it's quite dark, so probably equally depressing. Still going to mr Osososos?

:LOL: :LOL: Innit just! I hate how I have to ignore numbers above 50 in conversations since I don't want to stop everytime thinking about what bloody year they're on about. Ahhh those Russians. I love doing an entire year in genitive. Tyscha devetsot blablabla :indiff:

Mmm yes. Hope I get to see my old Rusk teacher on Saturday :happy:

tjej
10-11-2005, 03:22 PM
yeeeeeeeeggsacly.

Aye! It's not too bad now, everyone's calming down. Haha yep, that's a perk too. Along with having an en-suite, so should the town paint wish to rear its ugly self at some point, you're never more than three strides from the loo.

Aye s'going dark now. I'm gonna clean me teeth and head off. Ahhh "guten Tag und wilkommen ins Landeskunde vorlesung, woche sieben"

I've just written the left and right on my shoes. EXACTLY like being 5 again. :LOL:

Ahh heading home for the weekend then? Very nice!

Servus! Bis spaeter!

Krasnojarsk
10-11-2005, 03:29 PM
That's a very good thing indeed :happy:

Mmmmmm vorlesung! Argh I start classes at 9.15 tomorrow! Aaaargh! I hate that, 's just too bloody early innit. 'S god's punishment for me not studying for two days though :(

:LOL: :LOL: Splendid! In Russian I hope :D

Yup, going to the 'Open day' my old school has, since I was a part of their fabulous productions every year, from Little Red Riding Hood to singing Okudzhava :D

Szervusz (see Hungarian is cooler :D ) Tot ziens!

tjej
10-11-2005, 07:29 PM
Oh god. The funniest Landeskunde ever. Sadly if I tell you all about Steve and I just sat there trying so hard not to wee our pants laughing, it won't make any sense unless you meet the Despots.

Of course! Eta slyeva, eta sprava! I'll take a picture once I've cleaned my bathroom! Having to whizz through... the esteemed Dutch guest is arriving on Saturday :D

Ooh beyoodiful! Quite the thesbian then? Tell me you had the roll as the baboushka in Rotkäpchen... *crosses fingers*

Ahhh nederlands <3

FUCK. Looks like I've missed the Russian Society thing.

tjej
10-11-2005, 10:17 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v318/milojazzlady/IMG_1107.jpg

I know they need a wash... ahem :$

tjej
11-11-2005, 10:25 PM
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-1594493,00.html

Goddamn! Russian could've been our mother tongue!

Krasnojarsk
11-11-2005, 10:44 PM
Oh god. The funniest Landeskunde ever. Sadly if I tell you all about Steve and I just sat there trying so hard not to wee our pants laughing, it won't make any sense unless you meet the Despots.

Of course! Eta slyeva, eta sprava! I'll take a picture once I've cleaned my bathroom! Having to whizz through... the esteemed Dutch guest is arriving on Saturday :D

Ooh beyoodiful! Quite the thesbian then? Tell me you had the roll as the baboushka in Rotkäpchen... *crosses fingers*

Ahhh nederlands <3

FUCK. Looks like I've missed the Russian Society thing.

:LOL: Glad you enjoyed it then :D

Ooooooh spaffing shoes :LOL: I should get a silver marker pen out too <3 Mmmmhm. I wouldn't need another hexam I tells ye! Ooh Dutch guest! Leonie? Is she fuelling the lakrits addiction? :D

I was the wolf, the singing, manlyly gay wolf :D

I Jönkökökököping now, had a big robbery here today (front page on www.aftonbladet.se woo :D) Dad's still in France, should be showing up tomorrow, and he's told me I really should be expecting some nice calva! <3

Mmm Emule *goes on downloading spree*

:LOL: Коммуниcтический Блэкпул!

Mona
11-11-2005, 10:47 PM
SVT2 , Led Zeppelin.

Woooonderbart.

tjej
11-11-2005, 10:50 PM
Oh god, it was so funny. You know when you sit there, and you know if the lecturer makes eye contact with you, you'll just end up laughing loudly and uncontrolably... then the way he stood whilst writing on the board... :LOL: :LOL: *is crying with laughter thinking of it now*

:D they really need a wash though. Yep! I think she's fueling the Stroop addiction instead :D

:LOL: brilliant! Being animals in plays is so much better than a real part. :D *was the donkey in the Kindergarten nativity* :D

Ooooh! Was it you trying to get money to fuel your body shop/tea addiction? Ooh in France? Veeery nice! Calva? Lucky you!

Ooh, check your gmail, I sent a couple of songs earlier :D

Da! If only...

Krasnojarsk
11-11-2005, 11:36 PM
:LOL: :LOL: Oh God, I hate those lectures :LOL: and they always seem to treat something serious dunney...I'm too afraid to laugh at Irina though :stunned:

Pah, washes are overrated, dip them in body butter :D Mmm stroops

OI! The animals are always the most important innit! Especially donkeys :D Real part, pah :D

You'd think so but no, I have a Lund alibi :D I'm guessing the calva's not for me though, I'm just hoping he gets here before I return home (I said home :stunned: ) so I can steal it.

Will do fanks :happy:

Krasnojarsk
11-11-2005, 11:37 PM
SVT2 , Led Zeppelin.

Woooonderbart.

Aaaah that takes me back...mmm...ye olde band days :happy: *remembers*

tjej
11-11-2005, 11:42 PM
I know! There he was going on about the German political system.. and there was me and Steve sat there, passing notes, smirking and then having to.. just not look for fear of exploding. :LOL: Fuck. I can't actually talk about it without giggling. My Sprachprak will be difficult on Tuesday :LOL:

Mmm dirty and greasy. :happy:

Too right! Almost as good as when we got to be trees in our primary school performance of Three Billy Goats Gruff. :D

Ha! That's what they all say. "erm, yes ossifer, I was in Lund, studying..." Oh god... it's scary when you say that :stunned: Like now.. Manchester's home and Blackpool's... 'my mum's house' We're growing up Pelle :stunned:

:happy:

Krasnojarsk
11-11-2005, 11:52 PM
:LOL: It's really bad if he's got one of those really piercing looks that just... :LOL: Oh God! You'll have to speak into the wall on Tuesday then :D

Trees! :LOL: Now that's class :happy: Standing ovations I presume? I can't for the life of me remember what I played in that! Argh! Mmm kindergarten <3

It's really, really horrible! 'S the same thing when I get aroused by a lamp store or a new tea pot! :eek: 'Oooh I need some blue to balance out the red', and 'Oooh gardenias' (yes I'm getting some next week :D) Not growing up though...we're...errrr *can't think of another word* :'(

Ahahaha, incest ukuleles! :LOL: :LOL: Does it get any better? :D

tjej
11-11-2005, 11:59 PM
:LOL: Yes. :LOL: Ahh Tospots <3

Very Brechtian. Speaking trees, innit. :D Aw those were the days.

Erm, Pelle dear, do be careful with your wording there :LOL: :LOL: I know what you mean though. I got excited when buying toilet cleaner the other day. Nah, definately not growing up... I had to phone my mum up whilst in Sainsburys earlier to ask her about buying lightbulbs. Then she phoned me back and we apologised and the feud's over. WHICH SUCKS.

:D The Uke orchestra are really something quite spectacular. <3

tjej
12-11-2005, 12:02 AM
Woah! Using that liquorice you sent me as a straw makes the water taste so nice!

Krasnojarsk
12-11-2005, 12:14 AM
I love your teachers' names <3 <3 <3

Indeed. Mmmm I miss it. The love letters. The 'getting the big play room after lunch'. Mmmm. Uni's really crap in comparison innit :LOL:

Piss off :p 'S true though indeed. :D Awww feud's over? You could flee abroad anyways, just tell her you're too happy together and you'll have to cut les apron strings <3 Swede asylum in no time.

Indeed :D

Woah! Using that liquorice you sent me as a straw makes the water taste so nice!

:eek: :stunned: You've figured out the Swedishest of Secrets! *hands passport* Välkommen! Vi fortsätter på svenska nu så du kan lämna alla otäcka engelsmän bakom dig!


Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey mistah Tambouriiiine Maaaaan!

Argh I'll have to be up early tomorrow for the open day thingie in school! Argh

tjej
12-11-2005, 12:22 AM
All teachers have the right to be called anything BUT their surname. It's the law.

:'( those were the days. The home corner (which looking back, at an all girls school where you could play in a toy kitchen... were we being primed for housewifedom?) carpet time... lego... painting... :'(

Well.. whatever floats your boat :LOL: WOO! Asyl!

YESSSSS!!!! :D :D :D It's hard getting the knack to make it strawable though... Mmmm.

I'm not sleeeeeeeepy <3

Ah you'll love it. Are you being a wolf again? :D

Krasnojarsk
12-11-2005, 12:32 AM
Ooooh no, maybe ruddy German teachers, but Bolsheviks nyet! :D Though my conversation teacher's last name is Müller. Errr. Not very Bolshie is it :indiff:

Primed for living with your soon-to-be Arab husband in Rusholme with his 7 other wives :happy: Mmmm lego. Mmmm eating sand. Mmm eating rowanberries. Mmm redcurrants. Mmm kissing while teachers not looking :D

:$ Mmmm asyl. Mmmm segregation.

´'S very hard it is, but oh so rewarding! Other ways of eating snören: tie one around your finger until it goes red/blue, eat off finger, rinse, repeat. Alternatively, stuff loads in mouth and chew. Or, twirl the snören together to make solid blocks to be eaten with much joy. Mmm. *Wants snören*

I got up at 7.30 today :'(

No, I'll just sneak in oozing 'I know more Rusk than you so sod off' :D

tjej
12-11-2005, 12:38 AM
Müller? That's VERY Bolshie! After all, it does mean farmer... or Müll is... rubbish... Ahem.

Absolutly! Actually, I'm just listening to Rusholme Ruffians... It's quite cool thinking "ooh I live (near) there".

Mmm. The best way.

Innit! Especially when the water goes all murkey and snören flavour. The best thing to do is hold it in both hands and spin it round so it gets longer and thinner :D It's good stuff is that snören, thank your sister. :D Mmmm I should've got some strawberry bootlaces in Sainsburys earlier.

Woah. I got up at like.. 2 :$ Shocking.

Ahh the best way to be :D I'm really looking forward to going into school to pick up my A Level certificates, cause apparently school has started to do Russian now and I want to shout at Jenko for not offering it when I was there/offer to come back as a teacher when I graduate :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
12-11-2005, 01:07 AM
Noo! :LOL: That's a good explanation though :D

:happy: *jealous* *or maybe not* *just a wee bit* *plays bassline on bass still in Lund*

That's violent innit! :D I'm out of ideas though, so that might be nice anyway :happy: She will be thanked. :D Strawberry bootlace? Mmmm.

You ruffian you. At least you can sleep all day tomorrow too can't ye? I bet it's karma for all the crap I shoved on me flat mates t'other day :D I'm forever condemned to the early birds' nest innit.

:LOL: Do that, sounds like a grand plan! Just remember to bring your Commie memorabilia to be really convincing and you'll be hired in no time. Remember to to get me an official invitation to le school as a self-proclaimed expert in Rusk. <3

I'm going, going, going, going to bed! I should, should, should, should! *twirls hair* *doesn't want to leave the Ronettes* *for every kiss you give me, I'll give you threeeeeee*

tjej
12-11-2005, 01:13 AM
Bwahaha. Don't be jealous of Rusholme... yes the curries are good, yes the Islamic Times is free but no, it's not nice. Strawberry bootlace is like the snören but strawberry (washingupliquid) flavour :D

Nah man! Up at 9 to be at the airport at 11! Hostess with the mostess including airport pickup here :D

Ah yes! I may find the Russian teacher and try to structure a sentence with clever use of accusative and prepositional if I go in... THEN kick Jenko's ass. I'm sure they'd welcome you with open arms.. and then force you to join the choir/teach Swedish to snotty 12 year olds :D

G'niiiiight dear!

Krasnojarsk
13-11-2005, 12:51 AM
I see :happy: After all, the song was written by a middle class boy, so I guess he saw things my way :D Oooh we have strawberry snören here too. Mmm. And caramel.

Say hi to her for me if you visit le Board during le visit :happy: Hope you're having a great time :happy:

Sounds like a plan alright. Throw in some genitive plural there too mmm. I'd love to teach Swedish to snotty 12 year olds though :LOL:

Had to play guitar and sing at the open day thingie today too, since my teacher was so hysterical over me even being there. No sign of the most beautiful of people though. *le sigh* *is in lurve even more*

Mein papa brought home the bestest calvados today, brewed by some old guy in Normandie...mmmm so fabulous, though I reckon he won't give me any :D Mum bought me a Swedishly famous cook book though, 'Vår kokbok' which translates to 'Our Cook book'. Bit commie innit :LOL:

tjej
14-11-2005, 08:31 AM
Indeed. Good old Mr. Morrissey. We were trying to determine why he's celebate the other night - Claire wouldn't accept my theory of "well he clearly wasn't getting any, so said he was celebate so he wouldn't get laughed at."

We're having a rather good time! She's left me today to go to an English lecture, then the lucky cow's off to the Fatherland on a visit <3 Ah the fun you can have in Manchester. :D :happy:

Aww :happy: I love it when teachers are like that! Did you wow them?

Mmmm Calvados. The Christmas Market starts on the 18th... time for the annual Glühwein und Bonbon shop here :D I tell you what is good - liquorice flavour booze. (http://www.ikdrinkdropshot.nl) I think I shall make it a rule that each house guest brings an exciting flavour poison :D

That cookbook sounds superb :happy:

Mona
14-11-2005, 02:29 PM
Today has been great. I woke up too late, went to school, did my maths test, went home, got my concert tickets, made lunch (Pasta with oliv-oil, feta, olives, salt and pepper and kokt kycklingkorv).

Now all I've been doing is..nothing! Lovely.. :)

tjej
14-11-2005, 02:55 PM
Aw wonderful :happy: You sound as though you're living the proper student lifestyle :D Also the pasta sounds delicious... although feta and olives? Get you Ms. bourgeoisie :D

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 12:34 PM
Spot on innit! :D Silly Claire.

Mmm Fatherland...you didn't follow? Watch out so she doesn't rustle your sheep :D What did you get up to then? Evening out on le Mile?

Don't we all! I very much wowed them :D

Mmmm Christmas, can't wait! Mmmmmhm. I'll have to get meself some candles, and pepparkakor, and mmm. Josh Groban 24/7! Mmm and glögg!

Wat anders! :LOL: I'll tell you wat anders, Koskenkorva liquorice shots from Funland...mmm...effective... :D I like it when it doesn't taste of l'alcool at all. Mmm. Recipe for disaster though <3 House rule noted. :D

Cook book is lovely yes...mmm pictures.

So you're going to le concert Mona? Mmmmm kycklingkorv? Willy's halal innit? :D

Noooooooooël! Noooooooooëëëëëëëël! Oooooooh niiiight! Oh niiiiiiiiight diviiiiiiine! *Is planning to start a Slavonic Institution choir*

tjej
15-11-2005, 12:49 PM
I couldn't follow :( For love of essay deadlines on Friday :( Essays which I still haven't started... :$

Well, we went out with all intentions pointing towards (C)anal Street, which was rubbish, then various other places, which were rubbish so we nearly went to Blackpool for a good night out and the trains weren't running, so we came home drinking beers on the way... then ended up locked in Burger King after hours... telling Americans the German word for whore... It was bizare! Plus we learned that Saturday is not a good night out in Manchester. :LOL:

Ahh well done :happy:

It's only 5 or so weeks until Christmas :D :D I need to coerce the flat into donating some moolah so we can have a tree in the living area bit. :happy: That Drop Shot looks as though it could lead to hellish disasters... we shall see.

Ahhh Christmas <3 The Germanic Christmas Market in Manchester starts on Thursday :D Which means... it's nearly a year ago that I had my interview at the department :stunned:

tjej
15-11-2005, 07:27 PM
New discovery - Zubrówka and apple juice. It's simply to die for. :happy:

Black Velvet
15-11-2005, 07:28 PM
God kväll :D

*kram*

dan_kawaguchi
15-11-2005, 07:39 PM
Just some greetings to Mona,she came to Spain so I have come to Sweden!

*Daniel stalkes Mona*

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 10:11 PM
Awwww poor thing you *hugs* :( At least you can laugh at me when I do my Russian Phonetics hexam on Thursday and you'll be home chilling with some Zubrówka and writing an essay :D Mmmmm and apple juice...I can picture the taste sensation now...mmm...

Sounds like party! :D You almost went to Blackpool? Wow! That's Saturday night fun dedication innit! So Saturdays in Manchester no good? Should be, with the city being quite big and all? That sucks though, but whenever there's an American around, you're always up for fun innit :LOL:

5 weeks!? :eek: 'S nothing that! Mmm Christmas trees...haven't had one since I was like...12 :$ Watch it with the Dutchy booze Rhiân...you don't want to be in the paper dancing on a table at the German Institution wearing clogs. A year since you did the interview? Boy don't they grow up fast *sheds wee tear* :D

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 10:12 PM
God kväll :D

*kram*

Go' kväll på dig *kramar tillbaka* :happy:

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 10:14 PM
Mister, can you tell me where my love has gone? Oh I miss my Japanese boy! *best lyrics ever* *best song ever*

tjej
15-11-2005, 10:18 PM
*hugs back* Academic essays are so hard. I can't help but feel I've plagerised everything even though I've not used any outside source :'( OH THE FEAR. Aspects of a ballad my arse. Sodding grrs. PLUS I'm really irate (more irate than communist night) at the ruddy muser children thinking they know all. Stress and essays just don't mix *pops*

Saturdays here are total balls! Every other night of the week is fantastic... but saturdays just.. suck. Ah well. At least we have Martha Wainwright next saturday :D :D <3 Americans more than Jesus.

39 days! :D Haha you've just given me an idea for the Goethe Institut lecture next week.. bwahaha :D Yep.. this time (ish) last year I had my interview then went to the Christmas Market with Mr. Daveadam afterwards... where's me life going? :stunned:

*stabs Dr. Philpotts' essay* 661 words to go.

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 10:42 PM
Ab initio academic essays are all about copying dear, don't worry :) Aspects though? Fun, but oh how I hate them most times! What ballad?
Irateness at the Board? I'll have to check things out! :LOL:

Well if the rest of the nights are fine I guess I'll let you off :happy: Good day for Zubrówka and apple juice then innit :D Ooooh concert, nice! :happy: I just realised I missed Antony in Stockholm, I wouldn't have made it though, because of le ruddy uni, but anyways :'(

39 dagar...mmm...and government money in 10 days! (9 in 20 minutes) You're doing a German dance on the table? :D
You'll have to invite him to the Market again and relive your youth! I think it's time for us to put some Broder Daniel on innit :LOL: *hasn't heard them in aaages* Hope you've heard them? First choice for angsty Swedish 17 year olds everywhere! <3

Insured my place today too :D

tjej
15-11-2005, 10:50 PM
This is a German one though. On Eichendorff's Waldgespräch. They're well anti plagerism though. You really would get strung out, chopped up and served in the refectory's meatballs if they caught you. Irateness wherelse? Haha.

Mmmm such a good combination. If only I hadn't run out of applejuice sharing my discovery with the flat. :'( Ooooh does that mean 'Tone's on tour again? *loves the fact that Humanities Lime Grove is nextdoor to the Academy/Students' Union so gigging is... literally a hop skip and a jump away*

Wooo! I don't get any government money until the 19th Jan. :indiff: I think I may. :D
Haha yeah.. only this time I hope he doesn't nick a quid off me and then pay me back with an expired Pound Note :LOL: Broder Daniel? Nope, never heard of them. HOWEVER I found some Swedish singing Dutch guy on MyTunes yesterday morning :D

Woah insurance? I'm yet to get that, cause we live in the highest band... so I'm just going to cross my fingers and hope Allah will protect my property for free, rather than for £200 that Endesleigh want.

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 11:06 PM
Oh right! *is completely ignorant of most things German* :$ Well I didn't exactly mean plagiarism, but there's only so much pioneer work you can come up with when you first start uni right? All things have been done before sadly, or that's at least how I feel it...

Oh shit! Try it with tap water! :D Rum and mineral water is the greatest, I'm guessing the same combination but with wódka would be just lovely! Mmmhm. I don't know if he's touring, but that really makes sense since he wouldn't be playing Stockholm only...ooh did he play the Academy the last time in Britain too? We have like 4 miles to the place where we catch our concerts :indiff: 'S fun to walk drunk though :D

19th Jan!? I thought you had monthly donations like us? He sounds like quite the clever chap indeed :LOL:
I sent you the angstiest song ever on le Mail du Gay, they have some better songs, but this is so...mmm feels like I'm 17 again! :LOL: Swedish singing Dutch guy? Cornelis Vreeswijk? Thomas Andersson Wij (or whatever his name is)?

200 quid? Us Swedish students get it cheaper...like £50-60? Mmmhm. I hope I didn't mishear anything over the phone though :LOL:

tjej
15-11-2005, 11:14 PM
Shocking! It's a thing that everyone needs to know! Ah tis a good point. I'm just wishing now I'd made more notes on Canonicity and intertextuality, rather than just sitting there looking at Philpotts giggling cause he looks like Buzz Lightyear.

I'm thinking of trying it with hot chocolate... hmmm... I shall look into it. Mmmm. S'only 2 miles to the union from 'ere. <3 Manchester being small. He played Academy 3 last time, which is TINY and where Martha is next week I think :D <3 Martha.

Nope, 3 lump payments. S'alright though, cause I'll get nearly 2 grand just before the easter vacation... so a trip to Russia and old Sverige is definately in the pipeline :D

Woah nearly 10 minutes of Swedish angst <3 Beautiful. Aw man Pulp have just come on the iTunes shuffle. PULP! <3 Not listened to them in years! Vreeswijk! That's him! He looks like he should have a Balalaika. :D

Only cause we live in the Ghetto. Had I stayed in my FY4 postcode, it would've been £58. :D

Krasnojarsk
15-11-2005, 11:30 PM
:LOL: :LOL: Haha it's his fault if he doesn't like your essay then!

Mmm hot chocolate! I was thinking the other day of doing rum and said drink...should be nice...or vodka...
2 miles? 'S nothing that! I think I quite like ms Wainwright's mother, though I've only heard her once or something. Mmm.

2 grand! Par-tay innit! :D Damn you'll have follow some strict discipline then? We only have to survive for 30 days till the next payment, mmm. Mmmm Russia. Mmmm Sweden. :happy: We'll have to get together and paint eggs :D

Innit just great! Pulp! 'Something Changed' may officially be the best song ever!! Almost got me killed crossing the street t'other day (much like Super Trouper did, but this was a larger street :D ) Vreeswijk is all-Swede, in fact, he's better at Swedish than any Swede! Sent you a song about the old chief of police in Stockholm...actually just got up off the floor from physically falling from my chair giggling uncontrollably at this beautiful song! :LOL: He was probably the most famous singer/songwriter in Sweden! And balalaika ooh yes. If he wouldn't be Swedish he'd soo be a Rusk <3

:LOL: I see

tjej
15-11-2005, 11:39 PM
Bis zu infinity und weiter!

Rum goes with anything. It's why my grandma always cooks with it haha.

Well, yes, discipline is very big.. but dad's been shipping me a few quid to cover the rent so far and I have an overdraft facility... so *touch wood* I shouldn't go too far into the red :D Egg painting? AMAZING :D Not done that for years.

:LOL: I love the fact that my housemates are thick as pig poo. I stole a sign from the laundrette, saying "the university holds no responsibility for items of clothing lost or damaged in this laundrette" and crossed out the latter and substituted it for kitchen. After affixing it to the door t'kitchen, I've just heard them going on about it and taking it seriously. :LOL: :LOL:

:LOL: Ah Pulp. One day, I'll understand the humour in that song. One day. <3

I've sent you some Martha Mummy, check yer gaymail!

Krasnojarsk
16-11-2005, 12:25 AM
What the hell just happened, a person called with whom I've been wanting to speak for ages, and she does it now at 1 when I'm half-dead from the last days' sleep depravation :confused:

She cooks with rum? :D Haha! Cool nain innit. Mmm boiled cherries, sugar and rum...Jan's father passed away the other day and we always used to eat that, with the small game of 'ojdå' where you'd put some mashed up cherries in your bowl, some vanilla ice cream, and then pour on rum until it gets embarassing. Il faut a pretty steady hand not do be ojdå'd by le crowd :D

How nice of him :happy: I haven't painted eggs for ages either...mmm. I'm thoroughly crap at it though :D mmmm Swedish Christian Easter songs though...mmm the good old choir days!

Aahaahaaahaa class :LOL: :LOL: Time for you to start stealing their stuff/throw away dirty dishes thorugh the window :D

No need to understand <3 'S too beautiful for thinking.

Ooh fanks! I've been meaning to get some record off Amazon since I heard some songs they did in French t'other day! She's got a beautiful voice!

I really should go to bed...since I have to study the blardy phonetics tomorrow argh! I'll probably go looking for a cardigan with Lisa though, should be fun. And since she got up at 12.30 today she's probably on a huge guilt trip so we'll get out at like 10 tomorrow :D

tjej
16-11-2005, 12:35 AM
Haha s'what we women do best, innit :LOL:

You should try her christmas puddings. Sweet jaysus. *shakes head* Killer. Aw poor Jan, send him my condolancies (only, send them spelt correctly.) That game sounds confusing, yet rather delicious. :D

I feel bad being one of those studentkas supported by daddy... but when it means I have money spare for Zubrówka from Oddbins, I'm happy. :D

The best eggs were the one you hardboiled before painting, rather than blowing the insides out. Then foolishly leaving them on the radiator to dry and making them go rotten/stink the house out :D

Haha yes! <3 them. So simple.

Ahh so Mon'réal. <3 <3 I have a couple of Rufus/Martha songs with them I'll send in a sec.

Haha I slept through phonetics/grammar and translation/sprachprak today. Superb. Ahhh sounds superb! I want a sister like Lisa :'(

Krasnojarsk
16-11-2005, 08:45 PM
Innit :happy:

Mmm pudding. I'll be asking Lisa if she'll make me some to honour your nain then :D I will. The game is very delicious indeed :D We'll have to try it sometime!

No! Don't be ashamed! We deserve all the money we get! Especially when it's for a noble cause innit <3 Mmmmmm wódka.

:LOL: I like the first part of that but errrr. We'll have to catch a Sunday service at church too, mmmm Swedish Easter psalms, beaten only by the Advent ones. Mmmhm.

Got your songs but le Mail won't let me download, I'll have it sorted in a sec, cheers! :happy:

She's great! Went to buy a black cardigan today, also came home with too many scented candles, store-bought ginger bread and a gardenia for le window!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v66/Krasnojarsk/a786c683.jpg

Noooooooo Rusk Phonetics tomorrow!

tjej
16-11-2005, 08:58 PM
I trust no drinking game with you AT ALL. Especially after the "oh let's drink the swedish way"

Ah now you put it like that... :D To buy an iPod or not... :LOL:

Oh eghads, I remember easter services. Bloody vicars smearing ash all over your face and waving palm crosses about. :indiff:

I'm loving the candles! So beautiful! Ahhhhh. :happy:

Edit: Why is there no milk in your tea? What are you? Foregin? :rolleyes:

Krasnojarsk
16-11-2005, 09:25 PM
We'll do better the second time :D Besides, ojdå is a noble game of humiliation, not drunkenness :D

Aaaaatta girl! :D Me and Lisa have worked out quite the nice system, she buys something she doesn't need (beautiful dress/kimono on TopShop today) for 600 kr, I buy something I don't need (scented candles and a bloody cardigan, and things to put candles on. And a bag of 50 tealights. And some matches. Aaand I got my rent check, and phone bill today!), we laugh at each other and then moan over a cuppa. Get it? :D

Nooooo our services are sooo nice and friendly with candles and all...mmm I still miss my days in the choir...I should take it up again :happy:

Ain't they just! My room smells of roooooses :happy: I'm afraid I'll kill my gardenia in days though :$

I can't afford milk you silly ffwl! :LOL: Naw I don't like Skåne milk, plus it won't fit in the fridge, so I have a proper excuse :D I admit it's miles better though, but English tea is so much better than Swedish so it's even, even without milk it's heaven on earth.

I doooooooon't want to study! I won't pass this fucking test since he'll probably only include questions I can't answer for my life :'(

tjej
16-11-2005, 09:36 PM
Ah fair enough. I'm slightly upset at how quickly we're ploughing through this 700ml of Zubby. It'll soon be weg. I've just been re-reading my travel diary and the exploits of Malcolm. Awww. I hope he's still in Sweden. :happy:

Ah that theory sounds great :D Just like I've spent £500 this month and the £446 rent is due on the 20th. :'( Such is the life of studyentka spending.

Aww they sound all nice and catholic.

You should! I signed up to our choir in Freshers' week, but I'm yet to actually be arsed to go.

Mmm Roses.

BUT MILK IS CHEEP AND NECESSARY! :'( I'll bring a pint of Tesco's best out next time. English tea is the best in the world, and no fool can question its position in society.

Aww I'll swap phonetics for this Lorelei essay.. you only have to finish the 250 words off... Plus Phonetics is great <3

Krasnojarsk
16-11-2005, 10:02 PM
And you've had it one day? :D What to be done with you my dear? Mmmmmmmalcolm. Yes I hope he pops in one day so I can bear his love-child <3 I hope I got an assault insurance too t'other day :LOL:

Such is the glorious life of us indeed. That's a ridiculous amount of money for the rent though :eek: You deserve excessive spending more than me then :D I sooooo got hooked on a Francis Francis coffee machine too! (Though I've wanted one since I first tasted coffee) But at 5000 kr I'm guessing I'll be sticking to tea.

They are nice and very non-Cafflick :happy: Mmmm Swedish priests...I love them really, if they'd clean out amongst the gay-bashers. Mmmhm. How else would Mackie and I be able to have the church wedding of his dreams?

Gooooo! I still haven't heard from anyone regarding my idea of starting an Institution choir...bastards. Is it like a вообще choir for the entire uni?

The smell gets stronger by the minute...mmm...I'll try the vanilla ones tomorrow, if I survive the exam that is. Mmmmmm ginger bread. Mmmmm. Mmmm even more. *passes jar to Rhiân*

I know! :( I should get my own fridge in the room, only for tea things :happy: Mmm Tesco's :D

I'd swap anyday :rolleyes: *Puts off studying*

HER'SHUM BOYS HER'SHUM BOYS! *loves ruffian choirs*

Mona
17-11-2005, 11:45 PM
Hej, how're you guys?

Jag mår skit.


Mi lärare tipsademig om "Tao Te Ching" eller liknande. Taoism. Mycket fina verser. Jag läste lite. I like it.

My thoughts can be explained by Nietzsche and whatever you read in Tao Te Ching, so far.
I think the exact same things without ever putting them into action.
Now I will.

Krasnojarsk
18-11-2005, 02:47 PM
Varför mår du skit?

Mona
20-11-2005, 01:10 AM
Where's Rhian?

tjej
20-11-2005, 04:19 AM
I AM HERE!

And drunk.

Leo and the wife say hi.

Harriet says "I have a name, my name is harriet."

I liove my wife. :D

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 04:08 PM
:LOL: Bless. Thank God for t9 :D

tjej
20-11-2005, 05:35 PM
I learned something very useful - vodka bars and their drinks called Razzputin, Russky Chambulis and Russian Fruit Salad may be (at the time) "an essential part of being a Russian student" but when followed by A WHOLE BOTTLE OF ZUBROWKA between three of us and a pancake mix, the essential part of the Russkii Iiiiiizeeeek is actually... learning case endings. Not self pickling.

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 07:29 PM
:LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: A whole bottle? Oh dear, it took me months to finish mine, and it was considerably smaller om man säger så. Mmmm pancake mix :D :LOL:
No Rhiân, case endings may be important, but drinking is so much more important. So much more. So are we feeling better now it's evening? :happy:

I just came home from a punk record rip session with Lisa...mmm so many new songs...mmmm Jilted John...

I KNOW HE'S A MORON, GORDON IS A MORON! :LOL:

tjej
20-11-2005, 07:35 PM
Pelle, it is not funny. :indiff: I thought I'd try and be clever and eat the grass in it too. Shine a light, never do that.
Drinking is terrible. We spent 540kr on cocktail jugs. :stunned: I still feel like death. Never again, she utters. Never again.

:LOL: I used to sing that to my Grandad all the time, with his surname being Gordon-Ellis. :LOL: Ah punk. So 70s. <3

Ahh the Cranberries. <3 Ooh cranberry juice... that'd be a good idea...

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 07:45 PM
Awww I'll let y'off then :happy: You're never drinking again and already you want some cranberry juice? I know I wouldn't :LOL: That's a load of dosh for just drinking though...though you'll probably be up 50 points in Rusk abilities when you go back to uni :D

:LOL: :LOL: Genious! Best song ever! Mmm and Who's Captain Kirk by Spizzenergi...mmmm...

INTOOOOOO THE VALLEEEEEEY...mmm mem'ries from running about in the 'ghetto' in the 90's...mmm.

tjej
20-11-2005, 07:52 PM
Cranberry juice to purge the system. Clean the mind. Free the kidneys. It involves a walk to Gaff though, and I know they'll try and sell me some knock off ciggs/DVDs/gin if I go there. It was between three of us... which... doesn't justify it at all really. *curls up in a ball*

Do you remember that weird Starrrr Trecking acccccrosssss the universe song? Is that the one you mean? *curls up in a ball again*

Ahh the Ghetto. I've spent all week trying to convince the Dutchie that she does NOT need a daytrip to Moss Side. :indiff:

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 08:01 PM
Sounds a good idea to me :happy: Walking it off is allus nice, if it works. Well, why don't you try to score some more of them Polish cigarettes then if you have to buy something inni :D Look at it from the bright side, you could've been up all night downing red wine and ordering Indochine merch for 90 euros :stunned:

Nope I don't...I'll gaymail you the one in a sec, 's great for singing along really :happy:

Like you'd have to do to (do de loo) me :LOL: Naw I'd stay in the posh parts to be a good boy and come home alive :happy: Maybe they slay blonde stupid tourists at the airport anyway so it wouldn't really matter :D

I've finished my translation (we had to do it without grammar books and ordböcker, quite interesting) I have to do till Tuesday! Tuesday!! By gow I'm crafty innit. I haven't done the things I have for tomorrow though :LOL:

tjej
20-11-2005, 08:12 PM
Change of plan. It's faaaar too cold and frosty. Brrr. 5 degrees at Lunchtime today... Winter's a comin' :D *hugs radiator fondly* Woah 90 teuros? Wine and Electropop though... mmm.

Oooh cheers :D

Good! I couldn't face having dead Swedes on my conscience, just as I couldn't face having dead Dutchies. You have to look after those continentals. Nahh they wouldn't slay you... maybe search you... or mug you...

Woo! Well done! S'impressive that :D Ah uni. Gotta love it :D

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 08:20 PM
Yeah, 's a good job God invented radiators...I just swore to meself after going to Lisa's that I would never, ever step outside again! And I refuse to change my dress code just because of silly winter :LOL:

'S fabulous really :happy:

Now I feel quite safe about going to Manchester since I'll have one of the natives fending off ruffians :LOL: I shall have to get one of those electrified rape jackets so I can feel safe when someone just looks at me the wrong way though :D

Innit :D

tjej
20-11-2005, 08:29 PM
Radiators and Primark fleece blankets :D Ah the cold winter air is fantastic. Dried skin, chapped lips, numb extremities... slippy pavements. AHHH :D :D love it. Love it.

Ah now I know what to tourguide, damn right. We had a daytrip to Didsbury and everything. *proper native now* Nahh you don't need one of those jackets.. just a flick knife. :D

*is proud*

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 08:40 PM
Y'know, I've just thought winter was crap up until like...a week ago, and it's actually quite nice, as long as there's no snow it's quite dandy. Frosty grass looks pretty too :happy: If you love slippy pavements you'll just go nuts in Sverige :D

Mmmmm Didsbury...maybe if I bring two flick knives we can do Rusholme, pretty please :D Does the Tour include drinking cheap cider or value lager in public? :D

Mmm Metal Urbain! FASCISTEUH!

tjej
20-11-2005, 08:47 PM
Winter's grand. You can't compare it to why summer's great, cause it's a different great. Mm winter. Frosty grass is great.. as are frosty cars :D

Rusholme... it has to be done anyway.. it's the only way you can get into town from Fallowfield is a journey through the 'holme. The tour involves all sorts of debauchery, being sneaked into lectures (term times only) and drinking god awful 66p (or 59p if you're lucky) coffee... talking to people from New Internationalist magazine... Primark visit... Who needs tourist towns, when there's Manchester?

Haha!

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 09:02 PM
Mmmhm. People with white caps and mittens...mmm. 'S so pretty. :happy: Tea's so much better in winter too...as is ginger bread and...mmm candles...and French anti-fascist punk :LOL: <3's Bérurier Noir

Is that so? *hexcited* :D Ooh free knowledge :D And, coffee's never bad when it's cheap...it might be crap if it's free someplace, but that really should be 59p worth of gold :D Like the 2.50 kr coffee at t'institution :happy: *Wants Manchester instead of ruddy Sviiiden* :indiff: I fear you'd just laugh at our ruffians :(

http://www.photographie.com/magazine/production/117021/img/upload/01.jpg

Peunkeuh! :D

tjej
20-11-2005, 09:11 PM
Ahh winter. :happy:

That is so! You'll be a proper mancunion (or mancunian... *shrugs*) by the end of a week here. Leo's done really well :happy: Nah you'd hate the Refectory coffee... it's proper British style apparently. Aw but schveeed'n... :stunned:

Awwww love is in the air in flat 9 :D Bless my excitedly excited flatmate :happy:

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 09:27 PM
:happy:

That's really, really nice :happy: I'll have to work up a really nasal English then to be complete :D Has she killed anyone yet? Has she berated people for improper use of the Qu'ran? :happy: Or maybe she's been taking it all in silently :happy: Mmmmm. I'll bring some cheap coffee then :happy: Mmmmmmollbergs Blandning. Mmm.

That so? Awwww bless. :happy: Everyone not in love should take a listen to 'It's clichéd to be cynical at Christmas' by Half Man Half Biscuit :LOL: 'S fabulous

Now I have to read some chemical popular history, so let's hope I don't shoot myself. Also, I've started thinking about what it would be like to skip school tomorrow...since we have to talk about what 'young, middle-aged and old' people are wearing. Sigh. What to do, what to do. Besides, it'll probably be fucking cold. And, I start at 11.15 which means I'll have to be up at 9.30! Death!

Sorry for that :$ :D

tjej
20-11-2005, 09:36 PM
Innit just :happy: She now says chuffed like a pro :D No killing yet, and no improper use of the Qu'ran, but she did have chips and gravy and walk home in the dark from The Rusholme Chippy with us last night :D

Haha that's the truth though!

God that sounds fascinating. *pulls that face* Ah, why not. Skipping lectures is part of your responsibility as a student. PLUS a 9.30 start is just outrageous.

Teddy Thompson plus Martha and Rufus singing a Loudon song... <3 <3 <3 <3

Krasnojarsk
20-11-2005, 11:32 PM
She does? :happy: I'll have to learn how to do that too then :D Late night Rusholme walking :eek: That's advanced innit! Mmmmm. Mmmm fish and chips *has been wanting it since they had it in the kitchen-sink book soaked in vinegar* Mmmmm. *hasn't had breakfast, lunch or dinner though* :$

So true, that's why I'm going all into the Christmas spirit :D (I almost wrote spirit with a capital s, I'm not going that far haha :LOL: )

Hmmmm after 20 pages of translated fucking chemical fucking sodding history I've decided I'm too much of a wuss to skip school... :indiff: It is quite the prerogative to do so though...and after all I do have Thursday and Friday off...but that's fucking 3 days! :'( 9.30 is ungodly *dies*

Oooh :happy: Does it feel hextra special now you're on speaking terms with'er? :D

Mein head hurts, I'm beetling off to the kip...jó estét dearest, now go write a fabulous notice for work and hand it in a fortnight before you quit just to make them see how much they'll miss you :happy:

tjej
21-11-2005, 01:03 AM
You must! It's essential Manc vocab, along with tosser, weekly ticket, OP bop, 42s, 5th ave and sack that lecture, time to sleep. No chish and fips in Sweden? Awww. No breakfast, lunch or dinner? :stunned: You'll die. :stunned:

Haha, better still, Christmas spirits...

Aww, you'll never make a manc with that attitude! Annie (her mum's Swedish :D :D) came to the conclusion that the best sleeps she has are ones she has when she's supposed to be in class. Thursday AND Friday? Wowza!

It most certainly does :happy: See how cool we all are http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d160/fraktionschef/Martha%20Wainwright/martha.jpg :D

Aww, g'night dear :happy: Nos da, etc etc. Gah I can't wait till I quit. I feel like tipping off the local council about work conditions... but no. I'm too kind. I'll just quit at the end of the day and leave them in the lurch. HA.

tjej
21-11-2005, 02:33 AM
Whilst recipie hunting, looky what I discovered:

http://ghana.co.uk/shop/categorysearch.asp?CATEGORY=8

Krasnojarsk
21-11-2005, 02:53 PM
:LOL: That's a lot, I couldn't figure out anything quite as important in Swedish to save my life :D That would be spöutbyte then :happy: I'll die soon enough yes. Thank God for ginger bread.

Haha since you missed out on the spirits we drink at summer, you'll have to try our Christmasy ones <3...mmmm snaps *wants*

:'( I know, I so should've stayed in, it wasn't worth it really. Crappy Rusks. Ooh a Swedish connection in Manc too, then if you have connections both on the mainland and with the inselaffen your asylansökan is as good as filled in :D

Ooooooh spaffing :happy: (*loves the eye-shadow too <3*)

Been to work today too?

Whilst recipie hunting, looky what I discovered:

http://ghana.co.uk/shop/categorysearch.asp?CATEGORY=8

Whoa fabulous innit *dreams* I smell drunken late night Internet shopping haha :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
21-11-2005, 04:35 PM
Mmmm these gingerbread biscuits are even better than the last *has for dinner*

Krasnojarsk
21-11-2005, 06:02 PM
Rusk word of the day: дробная перегонка, fractional distillation :D

You've just got to love our Rusk institution :LOL:

tjej
21-11-2005, 07:33 PM
If that's the only English you can speak, it's the most you'll need *makes no sense*

I have an even better connection with Sverige now... Katya was ill and hence our lesson was cancelled, so we went down to the café where the most BEAUTIFUL guy (who's studying German woo!) and I conversed in (really pigeon) Swedish :happy: so I gave him a Läkerol, we discussed how beautiful the Swedland is.. and DAMNATION I forgot to get his number. *bangs head on desk repeatedly*

Th'eyeshadow is Urban Decay <3 <3 <3*thumbs up* :D

No work today, but I think I have a new job in a bar at the German Christmas market here :D FINALLY my language skills are worth something :D

Ahhh I hope your day has been as wonderful and Glühwein filled as mine :happy:

And now to do laundry. What a downer.

Krasnojarsk
21-11-2005, 11:10 PM
I see :D :LOL:

Ooooh cool! Is he a propah Brit? How come he likes le Sweden? (apart from the fact that he does German and must therefore be aware of Sweden being better than Germany in every way except the Bier and the DDR:ness). Well, you don't need the number after the first time you met him since you'll have to go back to still his need for Läkerol anyway :D So watch your head dear :D

Urban Decay <3 How Rusholme :D

Ooh cool! What're you supposed to be doing there? Look German and dance around in Lederhosen to Modo (hahaha I remember them after all :LOL: ) or sell Jägermeister like there's no tomorrow?

Mmmm Glühwein, nah I don't start with glögg until after the first of advent (which is this weekend innit? *crosses fingers*) :happy: Did you have some proper German one? Or Swedish? :D ('S the best really) Especially with almonds and raisins and candles and *goes dreaming again*. I find it funny the Rusks call it грог, made me break into a laughing fit the first time my conversation teacher told me that :D

Mmmm laundry <3

Just realised, about an hour ago that I'd missed to translate a sentence in the middle of the assignment we have for tomorrow (the non-grammar+Wörterbuch one) so I had to do it all over. Mmmm. We're going to see a film at the institution tomorrow at 10 too, so no sleep-in in the morrow either, but films are awwways nice innit. Nos da Rhiân bach, have a great nig-hut. :happy:

tjej
22-11-2005, 01:13 AM
He is a propoh bwit! And so pretty... :happy: Pretty much the same reasons I do I think :LOL: He also that the sister of his friend over there lives in Yernshurping. No use, I'll just have to... sit in the Leamington caff for hours, just waiting.

Working on a bier und wurst stall :D I had the German one, in a mug. :happy: Mmm. Haha only the Russks <3

I have nothing but clean clothes now! For the first time in 3 weeks :happy:

D'oh! Ach well. Oooh a film! Sounds spaffing! Which one? Schlaf gut! Traum suess usw!

Krasnojarsk
22-11-2005, 12:38 PM
Mmmmm :happy: Yernsherping? Cool, it's such a wee town (well 100.000 grazhdanins :D ), so I'd probably know who she is haha :D Been over t'day too?

Bier und Wurst, woo that's Dzhuyman innit <3 And proper Deutsch Glühwein? Watch your Swedeness, it's slipping dear, slipping :LOL:

Awww in't that just the greatest feeling :happy:

'T was the first part of Ирония судьбы (The Irony of Fate), a great absurd movie about a drunk man from Moscow being put on a plane to Leningrad and going 'home' to an apartment looking exactly like his, same number, same street, key fitting and all, a pun on every town in Russia looking the same. How right they were :LOL: Mmmm had time to go home before grammar and conversation too. Mmmm ginger bread.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v66/Krasnojarsk/c0c52ed3.jpg

I think it's dying! :'( (Flowers started out as white y'see :LOL: )

Krasnojarsk
22-11-2005, 01:32 PM
A verrrry old frieeend...came by todaaaay...cause he was teeeelling everyoone in tooown...ooof the lurve that he just found...and Maries's the name...of his latest flaaaame...he talked and taaaaawked...and I heard him saaay...a-that she had the longest blackest hair...prettiest green eyes anywhere...and Marie's the name of his latest flaaaaame! <3

tjej
22-11-2005, 05:43 PM
Da! I was like ooooh. You're so pretty.. I mean.. ooh it's a small world. Alas he wasn't in the Leamington today :(

Echte Deutscherin... nah. Jag will always zijn a pseudoswede.

You know what's an even better feeling? Freshly washed bed sheets. Mmmmmm.

Oooh sounds a very Russian film. Have you seen that Night Watch one yet? That was quite... Russian.

Are you supposed to keep those flowers in direct sunlight? That could be why they've gone a funny colour... or... have you just done a me and neglected to water them? :rolleyes:

Krasnojarsk
22-11-2005, 06:05 PM
He wasn't? Bummer :( Why don't you get a job there instead? :happy:

Yes, yes you will :happy: *hands over crown of Swedeness again* :happy:

Oooh yes, 's fabulous that, the highest grade of studenty happiness :D *has new ones in too* Mmmhm.

It was very, very Russian indeed, though quite hard to understand when they spoke all drunken like and there were no subtitles errrr. I haven't seen Night Watch unfortunately since the video rental thing here is crap and utter crap :indiff: And no Emule either argh!

That could be why yes...I've watered them like a good boy but apparently they're really hard to keep alive. Ah bollocks to that, I'll buy some new ones :D

Feels like I've been to school for like a year today...and oh so much to be done for tomorrow I had no idea about, so therefore I'm skipping school tomorrow and thus having a 5 day weekend :D Jealous? *falls asleep on t'floor*

tjej
22-11-2005, 06:12 PM
I canny work there, that's a job reserved for the chain smoking Mancunians. They'd stab me if I stole it. I'll just have to spend more time in the Language Centre... or... take up smoking so I can hang out at smokers' corner and see if he's there.

Woo! *puts it on shelf oweing to the mountain sized shelf accident induced lump*

Haha proper Georgian that. I think it may still be on kino release at the moment... I only saw it there like last month. Aww poor Katya today, she's really ill :(

You could've over-watered maybe? Or perhaps you have to stand the pot in a little water, rather than pouring it on the roots. I'll ask Alan, he's the horticulturalist. :happy:

I know what you mean... we're only 3 weeks away from Christmas Vacation.. then when we come back in January, it's only 12 weeks until Summer Vacation. :stunned:

Ahh the perfect plan! 5 day weekend though? That is shameful! Especially as we only do a four day week here... *tosses a blanket to the floor sleeper*

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 01:33 PM
Awww 's horrible that :( But you do still have your Polish fags right? :D Have you been in lately then?

A lump :( *hands bag of ice*

What's ailing her? The flu? Has she been gone long?

Hmm, I'm starting to think the flowers are just over-bloomed...since now they're all small and wrinkly and yellow-brownish...I may have over-watered yes...but I can't stand to see it suffering so! Poor gardenia. I bet she knows I looked at pot roses t'other day too.

3 weeks!? Holy cow that's nothing! And yet I have some life-depending exams until then :( We're leading a good life us students with us never being in school innit :D

Mmmm skipping school was great, handed in the translation and the essay on 'What I can see through my window' today though. Oh the crap I came up with :LOL: Question is, sleep the day away or study errrr. Curse Lisa for not being at home now, I need ginger bread shopping since I'm all out. And another 5 kg bag of couscous :LOL:

tjej
24-11-2005, 01:41 PM
Well not me personally, but Claire does (although this week they're czech.) I was there yesterday.. then he arrived as I left... and I've just seen him at the bus stop, but he went Bullock and I went UK North. CURSES! CURSES! I'm so gutless. Normally I'm so good at initiating pointless conversations at bus stops. Ah well. There'll always be episodes of Family Guy.

Thank you :happy: I swear I'm about to die, my vision in my left eye is well blurry :LOL:

I think it may be chicken flu. Poor woman's not been right for a couple of weeks.

Ah that's probably it. Plus it is getting pretty cold now, so s'probably shutting down for the winter. Ah roses are nice. Always remind me of The Glass Menagerie (sp) though.

Innit! Half of the year gone! Ah where you lack in holdidays you gain in slacking days off :happy: Swings and roundabouts, innit.

Ah wonderful! Essays are the best for coming up with crap though. You should read my waldgespräch one. Pages of structured(ish) bullsheet. :LOL: Ooh gingerbread. So Julified. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 01:53 PM
Czech errr. Ruddy innit. You should've gone back in and panic ordered another coffee, and his number, so you knew whom to contact if you want to sue someone when you drop the mug on your lap. Works every time innit. I reckon you won't be using le North anymore then? Does using another bus company mean he lives way off or something?

Still? Awww *hugs*. You could always tell people you were rushed by ruffians though.

Weeks...wouldn't this be quite the opportunity to bring her some borshch...or pierogi...or shokolad...or some hot glögg and raisins. Mmm. :happy:

Mmhm, sounds fair enough, I just realised my window must be leaking like a ferret since it's bloody cold inside and still the radiator's on...and my hand just freezes up if I wave it around where the poor blomma is :( And they still haven't fixed my faucet the bastards. Mmmm student-y.

Mmmhm innit :happy: I can't believe we get payed for this :D (Well not really, but anyway...)

So true! Next time it's свободная тема though, when I can write what I want...I'm leaning towards something Putin :D

Mmmm jul. And on Sunday it's the first of Advent too! (You don't celebrate that do you? :$ ) 'S when we sing the best hymns ever and light 4 candles, one every week until Christmas...mmm. First candle on Sunday then...I wonder which ones to get...hmmm.

tjej
24-11-2005, 02:06 PM
I should've done. *bangs head on desk* Nah, it's all the same route, only Bullock's better because NO ONE uses them, so they're really fast but you can never find them, so it's not worth buying a pass... however UK North always have loads of busses on, so I get that (and the week ticket's only £2... it's like £1.40 for a one-way journey at home). Occasionally Magic Bus (cause their passes are valid after midnight, but at weekends they don't start running until Midday.) Never Finglands or Stagecoach (although if you buy the £5 weekly from Stagecoach, that's valid on Magic Bus too) cause they're vile and expensive respectively.

*such a Manchester student conversation* I bet you feel really enlightened now. (Just nod, ignore and smile. It's what all non-locals do.)

We're going to buy her Lemsip me thinks. Poor love. http://www.art.man.ac.uk/RUSSIAN/staff/index.htm just look at her! She's so small and frail :happy:

Aw you poor thing. You need some Primark blankets :D So warm!

Ooh that sounds wonderful! Draw comparisons between Putin and Goldstein from 1984 :D

We do have advent! I may actually go to church for it, just to make my Grandma proud... Still, it means we get to open the first door on the advent calendar :D :D :D :D We do the candle thing too... like a crown... only... a dangerous, flamey fire one. :D

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 02:21 PM
Watch yer head dear :happy: Oh how Mancunian :LOL: *is well-informed about buses now* :D Why don't you have the Commie one-company thing like in Sweden? Competition pah, who needs competition when you're a social democrat? 'S worse in Jönköping though where one fare is £1.60, and here it's apparently much cheaper (haven't even been on a bus here bar from the one to Malmö :$)

Awwwww how Russian. OH LOOK we have the same pictorial thing! *had no idea* http://www.slav.lu.se/staff/persons.html?expand_menu=11 Irina's our written text/conversation teacher and Johan, the coolest person ever, the grammar tutor. Mmm. Look at Vitja second to last, 's the gayest person this side of Java. Mmm. Shame I don't have him in any subject.

I do have some fleece blanket thingie, but I reckon I've only got myself to blame since I never wear anything on the upper-body when I'm home anyway :LOL:

I'd rather do a Putin/Mary Holy Mother of Jesus comparison, 's better *points to halo* :happy:

You do? Sorry :$ We usually go to church in Jönköping (well Lisa and I anyway) to watch the old choir we were in, but we can't make it home this year :( We get to open the calendar on the 1st :confused: A flamey crown? Like Lucia? (You can't have that can you? I think I'm going to choke on my own ignorance)

*Warms hands on almond flower scented candle*

tjej
24-11-2005, 02:35 PM
Well, everywhere else in the country does (or two, stagecoach and the local one - cause stagecoach is national) BUT the Wilmslow Road/Oxford Road route is the busiest bus route in Europe don't you know. Since we have the biggest studyenti community :D :happy:

Woow! That Johan looks a dude. His beard is phenomenal! That Winblad-Carlzohn Jessica looks like one of those Easter Island statues :unsure:

Well if you're going to mooch around semi naked in the blizards, no wonder! Silly bugger. You'll catch a cold.

Haha wonderful. You MUST cite that get to know the president website I showed you in your bibliography though. :LOL: I'll reward you with teabags if you do!

Aww. That's a shame :( Are you going home at all over Christmas?

A crown like http://www.domestic-church.com/CONTENT.DCC/20030101.GRAPHICS/adventwreath.gif ? if that's what you mean? I have no idea who Lucia is... Advent calendar? Surely you must have those? *is also being ignorant*

Ahhhh. *throws mittens*

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 02:56 PM
Biggest studentki community? Woow. *impressed* We're only 'bout 20.000 here :indiff:

He's the greatest man alive. And he loves me for being the only one having the Wade grammar in our class :D Haha she does :D Never met her though...I bet a third of those people are cemented into a wall somewhere.

:( I've put on my blue-white Topshop thin scarf but I'm still shaking...mmmm I'll just have to buy the Shop bath robe...mmm so soft *remember he has a robe too but it's too long* And it's not even half as cuddly as the TopShop one. Mmm.

Ahahaha I really, really should quote that yes... :LOL: Too bad it's too simple an essay for a bibliography, but hmmm *plots* :D
Hahahahahaha *cries tears from laughing* Ouch my stomach :LOL: :LOL:

Кто главней, Президент или твоя мама?

Для тебя, конечно, мама. Да, Президент - глава государства, но если мама запретила тебе сегодня смотреть телевизор, никакой Президент не может отменить этот запрет. И, наоборот, не Президент, а твоя мама или папа будут решать, можно тебе съесть ещё одну порцию мороженого или нет.

Oh God. Who's the highest up in the State, the President or your mam, of course the President's the Head of State, but if mam forbids you to watch TV, no President can change her decision :LOL:

I'm going home after the last exam yes, round 19-20th...Christmas Church can't beat Advent church though...

Lucia is some martyr saint killed in Italy or something, and every year on the 13th Dec people do small 'Luciatåg' which means 'Lucia trains', a small procession, and sing Lucia carols about giving to the poor and all that. At schools they always elect the prettiest girl to be Lucia and lead the procession with a crown of candles in her hair, white robe and a red ribbon around the waist to symbolise that Saint Lucia was cut in half by some bastards. 'S a fabulous occasion indeed, really beautiful with all those candles in the morning. The boys wear stupid pointy hats though. God I remember my Concert House solo singing for thousands of people wearing only a robe and a pointy hat. Oh dear.

http://www.student.uu.se/nation/vg/gallery/images/69d530bacf8d4fa7cbe2ddb4a2c9c02e.jpg

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 02:58 PM
You get the point :LOL:

http://www.geocities.com/morgenglanz/bilder/gosse.jpg

tjej
24-11-2005, 07:30 PM
Yep! But probably only because there's three Unis here. Only one worthwhile one mind :D

Haha excellent! You know what goes well with Wade? Highlighter pens. Mmmhm.

You'll have to buy Topshop's extensive range of pullovers too. It is SO cold. I was forced to buy a hat today, since it's a mere three degrees. Manchester's freezing. At least with Blackpool being coastal it never got below about 5. Still, it's nice. :happy:

Ya loubliou!

Oooh I dunno, midnight Mass on Christmas eve always used to be fun. The game was to stay awake for it, by counting the bricks on the church wall :D

Aw that sounds nice. A bit like the May Queen celebration things we have here. The prettiest, most annoying suck up of a girl always gets it, then she gets to wear a dress and be crowned Rose/May queen. Bitch.

:LOL: :LOL: I can picture you in a pointy hat now :LOL: :LOL: I hope you did the goffed up eyeliner at the time too. So... avant garde.

tjej
24-11-2005, 07:33 PM
Aww look what the Nordic society just emailed me:

KJAERE MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL OG LEEDS STUDENTER

Vi holder norsk *JULEGUSTJENESTE* for nordmenn i og rundt
Manchester*soendag 11. desember , 3. soendag i pinse. Student prest Anne
Loeyning, vil holde selvegudstjenesten. Vi starter klokken 16:00 tiden. Sel
ve
gudstjenesten vil varerundt 45 min, ette r gudstjenesten blir det servert
julegroet, vaffler, kaker, kaffe og gloegg, og man har muligheten til aa sl
appe
av og kose seg litt.
Det vil ogsaa vaere norske ukeblad/aviser tilgjengelig og litt annet norsk
snop.

Alle er selfoelgelig velkomne til aa delta, om man er norsk eller ikke, men
gudstjenesten blir holdt paa norsk.

St. Peters Chaplaincy
The Precinct
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9GH



Inngang:
ANSA medlemmer: gratis (husk medlemskort!!)
Ikke-medlemmer: £2


Shame they did it in stupid Swedish :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 09:10 PM
OH. MY. GOSH! Blackpool on TV! :LOL: There's a weekly series here on humour in general, and they visited Joey Blower :LOL: I just lost all my faith in Britain! Oh God oh God...the scary thing is I recognised Blackpool after one panoramic view where you could spot the Eiffel Tower....

And Rhiân...I hope you mean 'Stupid Swedish' as in 'Norwegian' or else I'd have to take the crown back. They appear to have a Christmasy word which is one 'p' away from the Swedish word for dick, and I don't really know what to think :D Are you going? I could translate it so you'd knew what to expect...mmm <3

So you use highlighter pens in Wade? Sacrilegious innit...I haven't used it much enough to be honest :$

Topshop pullovers, now why didn't I think of that...hmmm...money tomorrow, meaning a near-future walk to le Shop...and I still have like three and a half thousand going to rent and insurance on the 30th :'( What hat did ye get? I want a white one, 's sooo pretty.

Yer, Christmas nightly mass...mmmm. I never got to sing at those, only Lisa since she must've been in the hardcore choir errr.

:LOL: That's exactly how it is. Though my father's mam was elected Lucia of Öregrund for several years I believe. Such the beaut.

Sooo many traumas :LOL: If only I would've known about eyeliners when I was like 11 (I should though since it'd be the time to be the most ripe for goffness...)

tjej
24-11-2005, 09:17 PM
Haha! Wow! We made it onto Swedish TV! Yeah, he lives at like one of the piers, where all the thrid rate celebs perform, like Roy Chubby Brown and some drag act being Shirly Bassey :D Did you get all excited when you saw the drug addicts and dog crap on the beach?

Course I did! Cause we all know that the other nordic languages are just mis-spelled versions of Swedish. Like, dyslexia on a national scale. You can if you want, but I doubt I'll be going :D

Hey, it makes the two groups of motion verbs easier to identify!

They have some really nice ones in too! Stripes! :D I got a purple stripey one to go with my purple scarf :D

Damn parish politics. :indiff: Oooh lucky her!

The hat is very... KKK go disco. Kinda cool really :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 09:37 PM
:LOL: Sounds fabulous! Hackshully it looked quite pretty :$ The thing that put me off were the people in the club...oh dear...but the water looked nice, no matter how poisonous it might be...mmm. I can see how Blackpool can be depressing though, I really do. :LOL:

Tha'ssss the spirit! *hands extra-Swedishness medal* Well, I don't think you'd want to celebrate jul in Norwegian, but they do have glögg apparently...that's nice...but...waffles!? Who the hell has waffles for Christmas you rich filthy oil bastards? :LOL: They'll even have some Norwegian newspapers there. Wow, they know how to read too, what will they think of next?

That's true...mmmmmotion verbs..."она ходит по-магазинам как a rich oligarch". Mmm. That just reminded me I haven't studied all day...and will I study tomorrow? I've got 20 quid on 'no' :$

Mmmm stripes...I love my new blue-white scarf even though I've got nothing to go with it...maybe the green jacket...*ponders* Purple stripes to purple scarf sounds great! I could do with some more stripes...I look like a boarding school student in a white shirt and black cardigan :happy: (Yes I did get dressed eventually since I don't want to die)

KKK go disco, heggzaackly :D Mmm I'll have to go out and get one of those sci-fi ones we had with small holes in it and yellow LEDs, and a nice white robe so I could parade around in the flat mmm.

Oooh lyrics to the Jul songs! *party* http://www.edu.linkoping.se/nyamunken/miamusik/luciatexter.htm

Femte fålen apelgrå (apelgrå, apelgrå)
Den rider Staffan själv uppå (själv uppå, själv uppå)
Stjärnorna de tindra så klara
gossar låt oss lustiga vara
En gång blott om året så
en fröjdefull jul vi få!

^^my verse at the concert house :D Mmm nostalgia <3

tjej
24-11-2005, 10:00 PM
Don't say that about Blackpool Pelle. Until you've visited it and seen it through the eyes of a local... Although the nightlife is better there. I'm glad you can see how it can be depressing though. Least now you'll know I'm not exaggerating :p

Norskys can read? That is impressive. Then again I suppose they'll need some basic literacy and numeracy to count their wads of non-EU cash.

Is it not v magazin? Or am I completely messing up russian AGAIN. I seem to be doing lots of that recently. :'( I told Olga today that I swim with a broomstick. :LOL:

Nah, it's a friday. View it as your duty as a Muslim to take things easy, like saturday, it's your duty as a Jew to relax...

Aww you're such a girl :happy: It's wonderful :happy: Blue and green though? Bit dodgy... maybe red? Ahh black and white, so smart and preppy :happy: Glad you got dressed though, god forbid you get chicken flu or something.

Haha wonderful. I really should go to choir. If only I had a decent range.

Krasnojarsk
24-11-2005, 10:28 PM
:LOL: Right I won't. Though I still can't for the life of me understand how Blackpool could have a better nightlife than bloody Manchester :confused: Just boggles me. They should reopen the Hacienda and transfer the whole city back to 1983.

Yes, and to know how to overcharge everything they sell in their horrible country, forsaken by God for all eternity. Ffwls. You'll have to promise me you'll never go to Norway :LOL: Denmark is such a paradise on earth in comparison, and that really says a lot. Errrr.

Nope, по controls the dative, and магазинам is dative plural of магазин, meaning going around in different stores. Otherwise, я часто бываю в магазине would mean 'I'm often in the store (inside)', . Ходить по городу means 'to walk about in the town' (here it's dative singular of course). You swam with a broomstick though :LOL: Great! You seem to learn a lot of words we don't though, 's a bit strange it is. We still have 'дробная перегонка' though to lean back on though, 'fractional distillation' :LOL:

:LOL: Haha quite the plan indeed. Studying's for heretics.

Thanks :$ I do have my red shemagh for the green jacket, and sometimes I tend to look too Hamas in that, or Hizbollah when it's full moon, so I want to break that off at times...hmmm...

I should too! 'S so much fun, I'd kill to do Ave Maria or Oh Holy Night or something...or various Soviet classics. You should go to your choir though, since you're a great singer...maybe you can convince into doing some Josh Groban ripoffs? :D

tjej
24-11-2005, 11:03 PM
I think it's because we have the Polish night and a trippy indie club... although here is good for nights out, just during the week (when I'm always too tired to go out.) Hopefully we'll be going to the Cornerhouse (http://www.cornerhouse.org/) tomorrow to oggle the beautiful pretentious boys. Mmm.

The Haçienda's now really trendy appartments and Tony Wilson reads the local news, so I doubt that's gonna happen soon :LOL:

I solemly swear not to go to Norway. Unless I marry a rich Norseman.

Ahh, we've not done the dative yet. I was wrongly assuming you went there and back to the shops. I shall never question your iisik again. :happy: dzhaba na metlye! Ya plivu v Stockholm na metlye!

Innit just! So far I've managed to fill up my "personal reading" fridays with a free eyetest tomorrow and a doctors appointment/free haircut and colour next week :D ooh yeah!

All the indie boys wear the shemagh here with army jackets and obscenely tight jeans. S'wonderful really. :happy: Save they could all do with a hairwash.

Choirs do kick ass. I remember the gowns we used to have to wear in my old old school choir. Ahhh. Those were the days. Haha hardly a great singer... I just need to find a baroque esque choir that has a free mezzo soprano slot. Aww. *puts on Handel and sings along* Exceeeding glad shall he beeeeee... Of thy salvaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaation...

tjej
25-11-2005, 12:03 AM
WOAH I love the weatherman with the mullet on SVT.

<3 illegally watching telly on the internet <3

Krasnojarsk
25-11-2005, 10:57 AM
I think it's because we have the Polish night and a trippy indie club... although here is good for nights out, just during the week (when I'm always too tired to go out.) Hopefully we'll be going to the Cornerhouse (http://www.cornerhouse.org/) tomorrow to oggle the beautiful pretentious boys. Mmm.

The Haçienda's now really trendy appartments and Tony Wilson reads the local news, so I doubt that's gonna happen soon :LOL:

I solemly swear not to go to Norway. Unless I marry a rich Norseman.

Ahh, we've not done the dative yet. I was wrongly assuming you went there and back to the shops. I shall never question your iisik again. :happy: dzhaba na metlye! Ya plivu v Stockholm na metlye!

Innit just! So far I've managed to fill up my "personal reading" fridays with a free eyetest tomorrow and a doctors appointment/free haircut and colour next week :D ooh yeah!

All the indie boys wear the shemagh here with army jackets and obscenely tight jeans. S'wonderful really. :happy: Save they could all do with a hairwash.

Choirs do kick ass. I remember the gowns we used to have to wear in my old old school choir. Ahhh. Those were the days. Haha hardly a great singer... I just need to find a baroque esque choir that has a free mezzo soprano slot. Aww. *puts on Handel and sings along* Exceeeding glad shall he beeeeee... Of thy salvaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaation...

Ooh that sounds like fun! We don't even get Polish nights, and the closest to a nice club is the one we always go to, where Transmission and Love Will Tear Us Apart are on repeat mixed with other music you'd rather not listen to after the second time you're there :indiff: Beer's cheap though. Mmm.

He does!? Or is that just a Manc expression? :LOL:

He'd probabl want to move to Sweden then since, believe it or not, they have higher taxes than us. I'm getting the feeling that our prime ministers have got quite the competition on :LOL:

Question it as much as you want, I'm pretty crap anyway...*watches Rhiân on the bloomstick. Whoa look at that accusative!*

Eyesest? There's nowt wrong with your eyes is there? :( Free haircuts and colouring sounds nice enough? What're your plans?

I see :happy: I've almost stopped wearing my shemagh though 'cause of someone telling me 'red is communist', 'purple is feminism' etc and I've never heard such awful crap before in my life. Oh dear.

Det strååååålar en stjäääääärna föruuuunderligt bliiiiiid <3 Isn't it hard to find proper choirs though, seems as though everbody wants to sing gospel and modern crap, when there's so much old nice things to be done...join a hardcore Cafflick choir <3

WOAH I love the weatherman with the mullet on SVT.

<3 illegally watching telly on the internet <3

Pererik? :LOL: That twat who just can't spell his own name right? Oh dear. Illegal's the new black. Jarl's the best though, the newsman in grey hair...shame he's not headlining every programme.

tjej
25-11-2005, 03:02 PM
Hours of fun I tells thee. Although drink's cheaper here. That place sounds a bit like 5th Ave, only replace Joy Division with Babysoddingshambles.

Nah he actually does :LOL: Granada Tonight with Tony Wilson and Lucy Meacock. <3

Moving to Sweden? Sure I could cope with that (and a rich Norseman) Haha a bit of inter-country rivalry never hurt anyone. Except maybe the Polish.

Crap? Rhubbish. You've got that 5 year? advantage.

Just the checkup. Once every two years. Turns out I'm a bit long sighted but not long sighted enough to become a speccy foureyes. WOOO :D :D :D

My plans? No idea. I shall put my hair in the hands of the students and their teachers. So long as I don't end up bald, or with mullet, I'm happy. :D

Haha so true. Although the gospel choir thing seems quite fun. Mmm cafflik choirs. You know full well that High Anglican choirs are cooler. :D

He was brilliant! All the best weather presenters are Swedish... Like old Ulrika ka ka ka kaaaaaaa. Ooh, actually... we have a really good, apathetic and depressed weatherman here. <3

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 12:41 AM
How was le Cornerhouse? And how was Franz? :happy: ('cept for the pissy öl)

Is there a webcast somewhere? :LOL:

Glad no NHS specs are needed then :happy: Are you going to some students' hairdresser's then? We had those in Jönköping, never tried them though...I have no idea where to go here since I desperately need a haircut. I need it badly.

Oh so much singing today at the church, 'twas wonderful it was...*is soo going back next year* And I finally found some use for my light blue-white scarf, for the new coat, I looked proper pious and Christian in church awright haha! :LOL:

I'm soooo bloody tired, 's all beer does to you I swear to God. Ruddy Danes. And, I bought (bought!) a song through download from one of the singers in this year's Pop Idol :$ Just for the voice...my God, she sings so...mmmm...it's terrific. She got voted out yesterday though since noone in Sweden can tell "singing the hell out of tune" from "the best singer in Sweden at the moment". She's Turkish/mixed with some strange Caucasian family which makes her so much cooler too in a peshmerga kinda way. Mmmmhm.

Mona
27-11-2005, 12:49 AM
I neeeeeed ...err.

Inte en aning. En paus from hell or shall I say school?

Nationella i Matte nästa vecka. Bajs alltså.

Mona
27-11-2005, 12:54 AM
I vilket fall som helst så tänker jag tala om kategorier.
I hate being put in them. By telling your age, your religion, in which country you live and so on you are being labeled as something. Why these labels? Why these frames? Then people will see you as someone that can't act outside these frames.
Why do we even have to explain? Can't our actions become the replacement of words?
there's only one cathegory and that is you, if, that is, you use your free will, in what you think is a sensible way.

Hello I'm Mona. I will not explain anything else.



Still a cathegory. Taoism... when will I get out of this?

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 01:08 AM
I've got a huge grammar exam next Friday :'(

Well categories are the simplest things we have to grasp who or what people are...it may be frustrating, but we all do it...and we're never quite unique enough to be able to be put outside of any category, because no matter what you do, someone has done, or is doing it too...and will still do it. Do I make any sense?

<3 Sibel.

Avec de l'Italieeee qui descendrait l'Escaaaaut, avec Frida la Bloooonde quand elle devient Margoooot!

Mona
27-11-2005, 01:16 AM
Yes, you're right. Sadly.

But oh well. I'm seeing Franz the 8th.. Mwaha. Only highlight until New Year.
Pelle, skall du icke komma till Stockholm?

However, I've been trying to actually not get depressed for once, and this is what happens:

- I screw up on my chemtest
- I don't get enough sleep
- Now I have a cold too
- I also have a stomach-ache
- And a head ache
- All I've eaten for two day is candy.

And I should try not to become depressed every once in while. Fucking moodswings.

Min näsa är en kran. Den skulle kunna ge vatten till hela Kina.
I want to go to Pakistan and help people there. Mum won't let me. And I'm not 18 and I don't have enough money so I can't. Or else I would've.
I wannIwanna!

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 01:25 AM
Sadly yes.

Rhiân's out doing them tonight :p Stockholm? Me? Mona love I have female coats and girly tops to buy, no space for extravaganza :D There was a funeral I was supposed to go to in Stockholm on the 9th but I can't/won't.

Fuck chemistry, listen to music all day instead. Eat pepparkakor instead of candy, 's really better it is.
Cold? That sucks, but take it as an excuse to skip school, it's so much easier than when you're in uni, if you miss like one lesson you're screwed.

Don't go to Pakistan. I know exactly how you feel, I'm outraged by our media only reporting from places when fat, white, rich tourists die and not when they're dark and small. Fucking idiots the lot of them, all of Sweden and the Western world. It's really, really fucked up, but don't go to Pakistan, we have to be able to help the way we know and be happy that we're safe and sound. It's like people from Sweden going to Palestine, it doesn't solve anything, the only thing that helps is attention from the world media. Sadly, too many people in Pakistan are doomed to freeze to death because an earthquake isn't somthing we can grasp.

Mona
27-11-2005, 01:46 AM
Haha, well Pelle, I just wondered if you were coming or not.

My problem is that I listen to music all day instead of listening to what the teacher says. And yes, I will not go to school on Monday. Can't be arsed.

I won't go to Pakistan, but I still believe that they need help. I, myself can't do much, but if everyone did something.. Oh well. I would never go there if I couldn't do anything. I mean , just walking around seems stupid, so no thanks. But still, the situation in Palestine and Pakistan is different.
However, I agree that we should be happy that we are safe, but it doesn't mean we shouldn't try to be a bit altruistic.
It wouldn't hurt.

And btw, I think my teachers will want to have conversation with me about respect for authorities, time and class-attendance.
Yes, and one girl in school said to her friends: "Isn't that that anarchist in NVE1-A?", when I passed their table. I couldn't help but smile.

Mona is not responsible for rumors made up about her. She doesn't care. She just lays back and enjoys watching the fools speaking in their own world.

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 01:59 AM
I'll give you a ring if Rhiân needs directions to Allmänna Galleriet Kronobergsgatan 37 :D

You're a teenager, it's your prerogative. How important is school for you? Do you want to be a doctor or something equally fancy? Do you like studying what you're doing right now?

Of course it wouldn't hurt, but we'll just have to accept the fact that we can't control most things...maybe it would do one worse to go to a disaster area, being unable to help at all and realise we still have problems we may rank higher than a natural disaster.

They are? Class. What can they do? I've always lacked enough respect for authorities, but I've always managed too. But it's better to attend the necessary classes and adapt a silent protest...or not so silent depending on how you see it. Prove the teachers wrong.
They called you an anarchist :LOL: Oh dear. Such fucking wankers.

Hey have you heard Sibel Redzep's version of Imagine? It's fucking ace it is.

tjej
27-11-2005, 09:40 AM
Good morning lady and gentleman!

Admittedly I was rather drunk on the 3.8% Danish pond water but Franz were really good! (Even though I only knew about 4 songs) thems really good to dance to, innit! We never made it t'cornerhouse sadly. For some reason too, I have a packet of un-opened Gaff 'specials' in my bag. Not Polish but Portugese this time. RUBBISH.

It's the trainee Toni&Guy hairdressers. They give you like £120 of hair cuttage/colour for free, only it takes like 3 hours just for a cut. *can't complain*

Aw I'm glad you had fun at the church. :happy: Maybe I'll go next weekend. First Sunday in Advent and all...

The whole Pakistan thing's like Ghana (Although Ghana's politically somewhat, nicer) where people want to go and help from what they see on the news, get there, realise it's different then can't understand this that and the other, and when they return home they start all this "yes I helped the third world, aren't I a modern day saint" no. Fuck off.

The media's always going to portray things in a really glossed over way. Like the Tsunami. What ever happened to that? No-one cares now the holiday makers have all been repatriated and claimed for their lost belongings on their insurance. As for those little darkies having to re-build their lives? Tally ho, s'not our problem old boy. We got our duty free from the airport. Chin chin.

I wish I could lack respect for authority. I've been brought up far too... British. I know what they do is unjust (in some cases) but I can't help but nod and agree because it's 'the done thing'. Ah well. When I'm the first female PM of this god forsaken hole*, I'll do my worst...

*because we all know Thatcher was a man /Adrian Mole

And now back to bed. *sleepy smiley*

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 04:01 PM
They were good? Well if that many people like them they surely must have some qualities innit. Glad you had a nice time :happy: Can't you invite a chain-smoking teacher out for a fag? Maybe they're still Polishly strong even though they're Portuguese?

Ooooh nice innit. We have a Toni&Guy someplace here too...hmmm. I'd quite like to go to some fancy hairdresser's since they're supposed to know their stuff.

You have to go then! There was this beautiful sermon on the radio when I woke up today, the Christmas hymns are simply the best! Mmm trumpets.

Spot on Rhiân, what can you say...

You're Tory so you can't help it innit :D I was brought up by a marxist :happy:

Have you slept all day? :D Spoken to your nain?

Death Goes to the Disco, Pulp, best song ever! Plus Sibel's Imagine *can't stop obsessing* Argh grammar exam on Friday! *chokes on stress induced vomit*

tjej
27-11-2005, 04:34 PM
They were. Although they speak some dodgy German. S'worse than mine after several pints. Maybe. I dunno. I'll just flog em on to Cami or Claire. No chance I'm going to ruin mes poumons.

Toni&Guy are great, if you like their 'standard issue' haircut that you have to spend 532kr on (assuming the exchange rate is still running at 13.3 to the pound)

Ahh beautiful. :happy: I shall make every effort, but I think I may be in Blackpool next weekend.

Indeed, what can you say. Actually, I could say a lot more, but I'm twtiching a bit from my coffee, since I thought it was really bland with only one extra espresso shot, so asked for two more. Mmm caffeine. Who needs food?

Tory with Liberal credentials! I'd like to call myself Marxist, but I was privately educated, we own two cars, a semi-detatched in the countryside and my father is a tax exhile. Rather be a Tory than a hipocrite.

Not *all* day. Just most of it. Tis sunday, the day of rest. I've tried phoning her, but she's not picking up :confused: I could always give you her number if worst comes to worst :LOL:

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 06:16 PM
Maybe they did Austrian German? :D 'S bound to be fucked up then innit. Or maybe they were trying to speak Danish because of the beer. Mmm. Don't flog yer fags on to anyone close to you, you'll kill your poumons then anyway errr.:D

Argh I hate standard haircut, every hairdresser's I've been at always apply their standard rubbish haircut...just once I'd like to spend like £200 on a haircut at the trendiest place on Sloane Square just to have done it :happy: Pound is ~13.80 kr by the way, well done.:happy:

But you may be in Blackpool, are they that ungodly? :D

Mmmm coffee. It's really strange, but I think I may be off my caffeine addiction :stunned: I do still get headaches from it occasionally, but not as bad as I used to...I think it's the tea :happy: It's still better than eating though, yes. <3

Mmm so true, to be fair, I'm really a Tory by association since I'm not very working class now am I...

"Eeeerr hello, 's me..errr...errr...*click*":$

Oh Deb'rah do you recawl!

Mmmm translation for Tuesday finished, probably four thousand mistakes, but still...I'll get cracking on the chemistry text soon too. Thank God for gingerbread biscuits.

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 06:22 PM
Thank you for the translation once again!

Oh, sorry, but "The dog came to the boy" seems to be missing, or am I just daft? :$ Maybe it's a harder sentence to work out? Sorry to be a pain...

tjej
27-11-2005, 06:33 PM
Sorry the dog came to the boy is: doth y ci oat a hogin

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 06:39 PM
You. Are. A. Goddess.:happy:

tjej
27-11-2005, 06:42 PM
Maybe they did Austrian German? :D 'S bound to be fucked up then innit. Or maybe they were trying to speak Danish because of the beer. Mmm. Don't flog yer fags on to anyone close to you, you'll kill your poumons then anyway errr.:D

Argh I hate standard haircut, every hairdresser's I've been at always apply their standard rubbish haircut...just once I'd like to spend like £200 on a haircut at the trendiest place on Sloane Square just to have done it :happy: Pound is ~13.80 kr by the way, well done.:happy:

But you may be in Blackpool, are they that ungodly? :D

Mmmm coffee. It's really strange, but I think I may be off my caffeine addiction :stunned: I do still get headaches from it occasionally, but not as bad as I used to...I think it's the tea :happy: It's still better than eating though, yes. <3

Mmm so true, to be fair, I'm really a Tory by association since I'm not very working class now am I...

"Eeeerr hello, 's me..errr...errr...*click*":$

Oh Deb'rah do you recawl!

Mmmm translation for Tuesday finished, probably four thousand mistakes, but still...I'll get cracking on the chemistry text soon too. Thank God for gingerbread biscuits.
13.8?! WOAH the rate has gone up considerably since I was over. Mmmmm. I still have 40 kr blu tacked to my wall. Maybe I should forex it... along with my 10 roubles :LOL:

Nah it's just not as easy to get to church. Well it is, but the service is really early in the morning and I get all upset when I go to that one, cause it's the one where Grandad's burried. Innit.

Tea's a great way to get off coffee. ESPECIALLY the PG. Mmmm.

Hehe not at all! Although technically you're living off government money/parental handouts (if lucky) and are unemployed so it could be KIND of working class.

haha you should greet her in Welsh. That'd really throw her. Bore da nain fy Rhian! Pelle y'dwi!

*puts on Disco 2000*

Mmm translation. SO much fun. :happy: Used to hate them, but now I've seen the light. Err Chemistry, you poor thing *hands raspberry muffin*

With regards to the welsh, I'm sorry if Lisa wanted standard Welsh... but Standard Welsh we Moaners can't do. If you want any of it pronouncing or whatevoooh, just let me know. :)

Krasnojarsk
27-11-2005, 06:56 PM
You do? :LOL: Class. You should cash it in and make a small studentka fortune. Awww pounds Sterling, if only you could be more like the dollar:D 10 roubles though? I have 560 roubles in my photo album:D I wonder when the NKVD will come knocking down my door...

Oh I see, the evening ones are better as well in my opinion...'s quite nice going at 5-6, and then going home having glögg and gingerbread:happy:

It's like a nicotine patch it is.

:LOL: Mmm working class student, with mum le docteur:D

That'd be great, mmm. I hope you always greet her in Welsh?:happy: Bore daaaaa! ('s a beautiful phrase that, first I learnt in the course I did mmm)

Translation is fun if you know what the hell it's all about...our uni seems to think it's pedagogy to not teach us the important things we need to know before every translation exercise so that when we get them back, they're riddled with red marker writing, and Irina's sometimes bad at explaining what the correct version would be, so I doubt we're learning very much...:$ Mmmmmuffin thanks dear:happy:

Standard, pah! I told her you had the most beautiful Welsh pronunciation, but we'll see...I think she doesn't really have to say it, mostly analyse it all grammatically.

tjej
27-11-2005, 07:10 PM
I do! It's just such a pretty currency. Haha did you hide it in your shoes to get through customs?

So true. But only the Cafflics do those here. I don't know if they'd welcome me with open arms.

Mmm.

Well... people change... maybe. I still shop at Tesco, so I'm the same.

I do occasionally, but she gets all confused cause she's so used to hearing me speak English to her. Like with mum. :LOL: S'why I can't speak it as well anymore. It is indeed! Along with noswaith dda (sp?) too. Ahh.

So true. ALWAYS read the rubric. Then you can just guess the gist of it :D

:LOL: Nahh, there's better pronunciation out there. Especially on Pobol y cwm. :D <3 that. Ahh she'll have fun then. Specially with mawr turning into fawr and all that mutationness. (If she wants a table of mutations, just shout up.)

I've just bought the McGarrigle Hour of iTunes. Most beautiful album in the world. *wants an amazingly talented musical family to sing with*

Mona
27-11-2005, 07:17 PM
Yes, I know. Anarchist.. haha.
Cunts.


Anyway, I don't have to go to school tomorrow, thank God.
And I'll be home alone all day (almost.. dad will be asleep) so lots of music and lots of experiment with food. Mwah.

However, I have this "Take Home-exam" in maths to do.. so.. yeah.
Now, all I have is this week and the weekend and 4 days then Franz concert.
You can't imagine how much I'm looking forward to that. I am bored and I'm - obviously - an activist, so I need movement.

I'm off to eating knäckebröd.

tjej
27-11-2005, 07:20 PM
DO NOT USE THAT WORD MONA. :stunned:

Lucky you! This Swedish school system is so bizare. So trusting. Take home exam?! :LOL:

Ahh Franz, you'll have a ball. Just be wary of over-priced merchandise. They were charging £25 for a T Shirt last night. Good job I'm not a fan really. Robbing gets.

Mmm Knackered bread. With lingonberry jam I hope. Mmm.

tjej
28-11-2005, 11:08 AM
*grins from ear to ear*

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v318/milojazzlady/IMG_1248.jpg

LOOK!

SNOW! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Krasnojarsk
28-11-2005, 11:21 AM
Wooooooo snow, congrats! :D *slips and falls to death on pavement* Now go out and write things on the windscreens and make snow angels!

I do! It's just such a pretty currency. Haha did you hide it in your shoes to get through customs?

So true. But only the Cafflics do those here. I don't know if they'd welcome me with open arms.

Mmm.

Well... people change... maybe. I still shop at Tesco, so I'm the same.

I do occasionally, but she gets all confused cause she's so used to hearing me speak English to her. Like with mum. :LOL: S'why I can't speak it as well anymore. It is indeed! Along with noswaith dda (sp?) too. Ahh.

So true. ALWAYS read the rubric. Then you can just guess the gist of it :D

:LOL: Nahh, there's better pronunciation out there. Especially on Pobol y cwm. :D <3 that. Ahh she'll have fun then. Specially with mawr turning into fawr and all that mutationness. (If she wants a table of mutations, just shout up.)

I've just bought the McGarrigle Hour of iTunes. Most beautiful album in the world. *wants an amazingly talented musical family to sing with*

Hactually I declared every kopeyek on the customs slip, but they didn't look at it, so I still have it, and the dosh!:D

Aww is there no Welsh course you could do in Manchester? That'd be great innit! *wants to learn Welsh* I got all giddy when I handed my grammar/dictionary to Lisa, I should get cracking on that if the bloody Rusk wouldn't be in the way! And mmmmm mutations...them's the best things of every language surely.

Mrs. McGarrigle has such, such a beautiful voice! Remembered the title of the tune too, 'Complainte pour St. Catherine' or something like that.

Finished watching the Rusk film just now, went home, don't want to go back, I want to sleeeeeeeep! 'S so cold outside!

Knackered bread with lingonsylt...errrrrrr

Mona
28-11-2005, 12:26 PM
DO NOT USE THAT WORD MONA. :stunned:

Lucky you! This Swedish school system is so bizare. So trusting. Take home exam?! :LOL:

Ahh Franz, you'll have a ball. Just be wary of over-priced merchandise. They were charging £25 for a T Shirt last night. Good job I'm not a fan really. Robbing gets.

Mmm Knackered bread. With lingonberry jam I hope. Mmm.

Yes mum! Or bewinged sister.. whatever.
;)

Haha, yeah but we're allowed to get help, as long as we understand how to solve it.

Believe me, I don't have a single crown, so I won't be able to buy anything :happy:
What can I say, I am incapable of handling my economy.

So, now I am home, and soon, I'm going up to make potatissallad. With grillad kyckling. Gott.

Mona
28-11-2005, 12:27 PM
:LOL: Det har varit snöstorm här sen i natt. Det slutar inte. Yaaay!

Krasnojarsk
28-11-2005, 12:31 PM
A blizzard and you're happy? Errrr. Mmmm potato salad...haven't had that for yeeeeears. Mmmm. *doesn't want to go to school* So cold so cold! :'(

Why can't you see what you're doing to me, when you don't believe a word I'm saying? We can't go on together, with supicious minds (suspicious mahdns!)...and we can't build our dreams on supsicious minds! Oh let our love survive, or dry the tears from your eyes! Let’s don’t let a good thing die! <3

Mona
28-11-2005, 12:37 PM
Aaaaw I believe you, I do! I swear to God I believe you! *cries*














Skojar.

Mona
28-11-2005, 12:38 PM
Why am I in such a mood to spam the Denmark thread?

*feels evil*

Krasnojarsk
28-11-2005, 12:39 PM
Cause they deserve it?

Mona
28-11-2005, 12:43 PM
*walks over to the Danish thread*

Home made potato salad... mmmm.
I'm killer in making potato salads.

tjej
28-11-2005, 03:29 PM
Whilst I create a reply to the replies before this, I feel I should break this sad news to you. Terry Wade died on Tuesday :( Apparently Katya knew him well. She was dead upset today :(

tjej
28-11-2005, 03:45 PM
Wooooooo snow, congrats! :D *slips and falls to death on pavement* Now go out and write things on the windscreens and make snow angels!



Hactually I declared every kopeyek on the customs slip, but they didn't look at it, so I still have it, and the dosh!:D

Snow! So wonderful! I pelted Liisa with a snowball on the walk home. Mmmm.

Haha! Our customs check was fantastic. Customs officer came in, asked "any icons, money, weapons or caviar" we shook our heads, he smiled and walked away. <3

Aww is there no Welsh course you could do in Manchester? That'd be great innit! *wants to learn Welsh* I got all giddy when I handed my grammar/dictionary to Lisa, I should get cracking on that if the bloody Rusk wouldn't be in the way! And mmmmm mutations...them's the best things of every language surely.

I don't think there is. To be honest, I don't really need a course as such, cause I know quite a lot, I just can't... write it. Or speak it brilliantly. S'like at Martha Wainwright, I met a welsh woman and she asked me questions in Welsh, but I had to answer them in English. As you do.

Mrs. McGarrigle has such, such a beautiful voice! Remembered the title of the tune too, 'Complainte pour St. Catherine' or something like that.

I am completely besotted with The McGarrigle hour. I would send you tracks but with buying it off iTunes it's all gay and unsharable :'( You'll just have to get a copy yourself :D

Finished watching the Rusk film just now, went home, don't want to go back, I want to sleeeeeeeep! 'S so cold outside!

Knackered bread with lingonsylt...errrrrrr

You're beginning to sound like a Manchester student now :LOL: No time for lectures, must sleep!
It's delicious! Delicious!

идёт снег!


Why am I in such a mood to spam the Denmark thread?

Because they're all typing Swedish like a dyslexic?

Look! The NorSoc has a webshite now www.umsu.manchester.ac.uk/norsoc

it's far too Danish for my liking.

tjej
28-11-2005, 04:42 PM
Is it a sign of a tea addiction when you can:
a) tell what brand you're drinking when your flat mate's made you a brew and not told you what bag she's used
b) you can tell whether it's semi-skimmed, full cream or skimmed milk?
c) taste the sugar from the spoon that's been used to load/stir someone elses sugared tea?

Mmm tea. Err Tetley.

Krasnojarsk
28-11-2005, 05:35 PM
Addicted to tea alright! :LOL: I'm afraid I have quite the way to go, though I'm already really good at appreciating PG over crappy crap Lipton. Errrr.

I haven't thrown a snowball in years :$ Bloody mittens getting cold and wet :(

One of the teachers on our trip brought home loads of icons, a crafty lass indeed. <3

You should start reading Welsh novels though...think you could manage? 'S like Russian, much easier to understand than to speak. Meaning, my conversation class at 17.15 = crap, since I had to treat the others to a fictionary dinner, and I got stuck somewhere when I tried to explain how I got my living duck from Japan on the airplane through the customs, and how it's not rotten and full of flu virus so I could serve the утка с яблоками like I wanted. She even objected when I tried to serve white wine with the smetana and caviar as the hors d'oeuvre. Errr.

If I can allow myself to spend more money there's a great Garrigle record at an internet store here for 79 kr, 's nothing that. I sooo should get it.

You should try Swedish blood pudding with the stuff though...'s fabulous. You'll learn the right way later. Mmm.

Снег идёт would be more correct :D

Bah NorSoc, vivkings and everything. Errrr.

Poor Terry Wade! That's horrible! I shall inform my grammar teacher tomorrow :(

tjej
28-11-2005, 05:49 PM
Mmm. For god's sake never buy Fairtrade tea from the co-op if you're over here. That stuff is worse than Liptons. Y'know the hardness of your water affects the taste of tea too. Mmmm. Tea.

First one in 12 years was thrown today. :D :D

Oooh, I shall inform the KGB. Or the Stasi. Or both. Bwahaha.

I probably could, it's just having the wherewithall to get hold of Welsh books. I wouldn't mind a copy of the Mabinogion again though. My Nain (my nana's mum.. she was called nain.. not the one I phoned about the welsh...) used to tell me the tales of the Mabinogion when I was little and in return I'd read her the newspaper cause she was like 500 years old and blind :D

Oh you have to. It made me feel so melancholy but in that really positive way, self reflective.. aw it's so beautiful.

Haha mum and I have just been singing the communards on the phone :LOL:

Blood pudding? ERRRRRRR.

Katya said idyot first though... *confused*

I know, apparently his wife's really upset :(

Krasnojarsk
28-11-2005, 10:23 PM
I shan't ever :happy: Our water's full of lime (calcium oxide that is:D) here...how does that make the tea then? Isn't your pipes over there filled with the stuff too?

12 years!? Oh dear, you'll have fun then:happy:

Ahhhh old stories...my relatives never did that :indiff: Is it a good one? Sounds like it. *Rhiân reads newspaper: 'Hmmm well let's see, Wales seizes England, Scotland and wins World Cup in football, cricket and shuffeboard' :happy:

I did just now! 'S the self-titled first one...I'd listen to it just for her voice...mmm...'s a bit major for me though...I'd need some minor for it to be a perfect song...guess it's the Polish in me speaking:D

You did?:D *hail to you* For a Friend?:happy:

Swedish blood pudding, like I've said before, is still divine:D

Well, the verb last makes more sense...but if there's anything I've learnt, it's that Rusks do what they want since it's their bloody language:LOL:

If the moment arises, send my heartfelt condolences to Katya or someone else related.

A wee ordbok for ye!http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/skolverket/sve-eng.shtml

G'night!

tjej
29-11-2005, 01:04 AM
I dunno, just, the harder the water the better the tea. Or the other way round, I forget.

Lots of fun! Although I've just nearly killed myself twice walking back from The German's. Stupid ice.

Ooh it's fantastic. It's a collection of like Welsh folklore and it's fantastic. Plus there's a Rhiannon in the stories. Even though it's a completely seperate name, never mind. A thing that every good Welsh kid should have read to them. Along with Wil Cwac Cwac :D

:happy: You should've got the McGarrigle Hour too though. It's a masterpiece. Ahh the inner Pole. So dreary and grey. Mmmm.

Nah, it was Don't leave me this way I'm afraid. Teyoon.

Blood and pudding are a NO GO. Never. Ever. Errr.

Well, yeah but you idyot na/v places.. it's prolly got some Church Slavonic root somewhere that Katya will at some point go into detail about. God adore her. :happy:

Will do.

OOOOH! I saw a really good one in Waterstones on Friday. Shame I can't afford it at this moment in time. But soon it will be mine. MINE!

Schlaf gut!

Krasnojarsk
29-11-2005, 12:01 PM
I'll have to compare it to Jönköping then, bring up me PG and have a wee contest :D

I can imagine! Quite sad really that I can't enjoy snow...it should be nice but it's just so cold :( Could be that I'm already freezing when I walk out from the temperature in my room :indiff:

Wil Cwac Cwac, I remember you talking about it, seems nice enough :D Shouldn't you rewrite some stories with Rhiân as the main hero then? Mmm.

Yeah that was tempting...but to be honest I mostly got it for 'Complainte pour St. Catherine'...mmm.

Ah 's nice that too :happy: Not quite the divine pianoness of For a Friend, but still...it's still Communards...mmmm.

You Arab you!:happy:

Yup, but the subject is more often first...though I can see the logic in идёт снег now...just sounds more...stylistic, or literal. Katya seems a right kitten.:happy:

Oooh nice :happy: The you can quite stupid uni and start translating Kent songs full-time! Mmmm.

Brothers sisters can't you see, the future's owned by you and meeeee!

Mona
29-11-2005, 12:07 PM
I'm eating Läkerol. Mmm...

Krasnojarsk
29-11-2005, 12:10 PM
Mmmm 's nice that. *tries to do some grammar before going to school* *fails*

Mona
29-11-2005, 12:14 PM
Haha. I love to be sick.
But I have to go to school tomorrow again.

Ångest.

Krasnojarsk
29-11-2005, 12:22 PM
Long school days?

Mona
29-11-2005, 12:54 PM
No. Just the school itself.
I have never loved home, this much.

Krasnojarsk
29-11-2005, 12:56 PM
Gymnasiet is rubbish until trean, skip school this week :happy:

Mona
29-11-2005, 01:10 PM
I've skipped too much.
Okay I don't skip whole days, but I skip classes, come late mostly and as I think I've told you, the teachers are already mad. Except for my civis-teacher. He's as late as I am.

I have to go. Sadly. But I usually go to Aulan in our school and play instrument sinstead of attending class so it's okay ;)

Mona
29-11-2005, 01:10 PM
Gymnasiet is rubbish until trean, skip school this week :happy:

This week and 2 more years.

tjej
29-11-2005, 03:42 PM
Absolutly! How are the stocks of PG going anyway? I hope you've not completely neglected the Twinings. Mmm.

I've never been this cold in my life. Two jumpers, hat, scarf, mittens and my winter coat and I am still freezing. God help us all in 2007 when we have to brave the Russian winter :stunned:

Wil Cwac Cwac was brilliant. I'm sure all he ate was fruit cake. Infact *phones mum up* (passage of time) DAMN why do the women of my family refuse to answer the phone when I have burning questions? Nahhh. It'd have to be Llinos as the heroine, mainly cause then it would only be any good for Welsh audiences. :D

We did dative today :D Best case EVER. No matter what language it always is the best. It's such a selfless, giving case :D

She's no kitten, she's a Minx :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: I can't believe I just said that :LOL: today, conversation goes:

Katya: "If I give you one piece of advice, it's never drink vodka on an empty stomach"
The class: "speaking from experience?"
K: "Yes, it's not a pretty sight"
class: "picture the Russian department meetings now, sat around, toasting and discussing what nasties should be on the ab initio curriculum"
K: "oh no no, there are some people here who are far too sober for my liking" :LOL:

Aw I wouldn't want to quit uni. Not even for Swedish. S'how much I love it.

Mona: Schooldays aren't important. Sixth Form is. Just... make sure you keep up to date on what's going on, and then when you eventually become a miserable cynical sixthformer with a coffee addiction (like what we was) turn up. Then you can be a uni student with a sparse timetable and a plethora of debt :D

S'the key to being an academic that. No money, no sleep, lots of books and lots of coffee.

Krasnojarsk
29-11-2005, 10:21 PM
I've got quite a few bags left I believe. Oh of course not I haven't neglected them, I'm having them about equally as much, just that PG seems cooler and more proper Britishy to brag about:D

:stunned: That's a lot. Me I'm mostly in a shirt/cardigan-type thing, or just a shirt, and coat/jacket. Again my Polishness rears it's beautiful face :LOL: *jealous of going-to-Russia-Rhiân* :(

Mmm Llinos. Such the beautiful name as well. Mmm. I said it quite loud in the line at the supermarket today to demonstrate the ll's for Lisa :D So now you're famous in Lund too, your book would certainly make a hit here!

:eek: Are you mad? Dative is the worst, worst case! :'( And sometimes where there should be the dative, there's accusative, and why in hell does к have to control dative? *sobs* It should be so giving and rewarding though, but isn't.

:LOL: :LOL: :LOL: She seems great! Mmmmm. You'd have to get drunk with her sometime then:D

Tha'ss a good Rhiân. Swedish is oh so much lower on the good-scale than Rusk. Mmm.

Spot on as usual Rhiân. You should write a book on the academic life mmm.

I just realised yet again I'm so crap at Rusk it's not even funny. There's no way I'm passing the exam on Friday.

tjej
29-11-2005, 10:40 PM
Good! Let me know when they're running low and I'll send you international tea aid.

You're just so hard and Eastern European. :happy: Mmm Russia.

Haha :$ You're more than welcome to it. S'long as the evil EVIL Ll was well received. Ahh you should've said Llinos dw'i dw i'n mynd i Llangoed ac Llandudno. Dw i'n mynd i Llanfair (etc) nos yfory. Infact, I'd be interested to hear the non native version of that (cause it's always funny.)

Dative is BEAUTIFUL. Just look at it!
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She's fantastic. Couldn't ask for a better department :D

Absolutly! I so want to be an academic when I get old. There were loads of them at the Goethe Institut tonight. It was wonderful. So learned. :happy:

Russian does that to you. It's very communist in destroying your soul. You think you're crap and wasting your time, then you get 53/80 on some god awful AWFUL AWFUL test you were convinced you'd failed (because you went to the pub instead of revising) and everything gets better. :D

For all these suburban children, THANK YOU!

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 01:39 PM
I will fankooverrmuch :happy: And you tell me if you ever need filling up on something Swedish :happy:

Thanks :D Mmmm yes. Snow disappeared today, so I got away with just a jacket. :happy:

Evil? Noooooo not evil, 's beautiful and harmless. We had quite some difficulties trying to figure out what kind of sound it is though...a lateral fricative? *has no idea* It's quite queer it is. As soon as I get my grammar back I can look at some pronunciation things and get cracking :D I'm so crap at it though :LOL:

That's just because of your beautiful handwriting, otherwise it's crap. And mmm what a nice circle of по :D And in Deutsch too. Mmm.

Mmm imagine being able to woo sad youngsters with your knowledge of preteritum gerunds :D

Let's hope your theory is correct then, otherise I'm screwed :happy: Just went home from school after one class, pretending to be sick, to 'study', i.e. listening to the new McGarrigle record and doing...nothing :$

You're very welcome:happy:

tjej
30-11-2005, 03:23 PM
I shall do! Although that kind of works against my "oh bugger, run out of *insert Swedish goodness here* best book a 2 week holiday sometime soon." plan :LOL:

Mm same here. It's been replaced with drizzle and grey. Mmm, so Kraków. It's a voiceless lateral fricative (mmm three term labels) :happy: God I love phonetics. :D It's a sound like all those Swedish vowels. Only native speakers can pronounce it. You can spot a non native a mile and a half away.

Nah, it's because the dative is beautiful. No matter how it's written, or what language it's in.

Corr! I can see them all flocking to my classes now...

Am ever wrong? Ever? (don't answer that.) Ooh shocking. SHOCKING. You know we call that skiving, ergo making you a SLACKER! *opens arms and welcomes to Manchester*

You know what you need more than McGarrigle? Aled Jones's Hen wlad fy nhadau. You can hear he's a Bangor lad really well. Considering it's so near Caernarfon (where Bryn's from) you can hear the difference in accents. Mmmm.

that version of Imagine.. so.. Palestinian.

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 03:47 PM
Ooooh two week holiday? Going to Lappland are you? :D I wonder if it's possible to send filmjölk to Britain...:happy: Oh, you have to try the knäckebröd from Öregrund sometime, my relatives there get it straight from the factory, loads and loads of it, and sometimes they spill it over to us poor bastards in 'dåliga knäckebrödslandet' :D I should send you a shipment if I get a hold of it sometime. Mmmm. That and just butter it...heaven on earth.

Mmm drizzle, it's so much better. Except it ruins coats and makes mittens wet. No slipping though, which is good.
Woo I was right! Vowels are better though, since they're almost always 6-termed :happy:

After reading about advanced aspects for a while, dative seems quite puny :'(

You should wear a white lab coat and force them to sing the Commie Anthem every morning and recite one Stalin speech of choice.

:happy: Mmmmmmanchester. The McGarrigles were so worth it, especially Swimming Song, so Irish mmmmmmm. *played tin whistle for the first time in aaages* Too bad that song was all about le F note, which is hell if you only have a D whistle :(

Ooooh close to Bryn...that sounds nice...is it patriotic? That's what makes Swedish music really nice to listen too, all the accents. Unless they're stupid, but I forgive Håkan Hellström for that since...well, I got used to it. Somehow Göteborgian = angsty love. 'S like with Mikael Wiehe (heard him?) or Björn Afzelius, if you sing their songs you just have to add that stupid dialect of theirs since it just comes with the song. I'm sending you two songs in a sec.

Mmm very much so. It's like the beautiful Pop Idol version I was on about, all those strange-scale Arabic noodlings/wailings really spice it up.

tjej
30-11-2005, 03:58 PM
Nah, I'm planning an exploration. It'll either be a class trip to Russia or a solo trip to somewhere. God it would be so good if it were possible, although with it being dairy you'd have to like... concorde it or something to stop it really going funny. Mmm. I've been to so many specialist food shops trying to find that stuff.

I dunno, wet leaves are a recipie for disaster!

Haha! A daily hate!

Vowels are the hardest thing for a northerner to transcribe into IPA. What with us having to do everything RP, I keep doing mine northern... cause that's how it sounds. Much to the frustration of my tutor.

I'll bet. Mmmm. Can't help but adore them.

Mr. Hellström has a very sexy accent. It's like he's swallowing his letters. Mmm. Not heard the Wiehe, but I've got the Afzelius on... I quite like that accent. It's very... rough.

Oooooh! Mmm.

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 04:19 PM
Solo trip? Daring :happy: Do you have any class-trips to Russia planned? Our uni's to poor to do those kinds of things probably :( I actually haven't had filmjölk for ages, only yoghurt...though dairy's thoroughly crap in Skåne anyway. You could always aim for Kalaspuffar and smetana though :D

That's true, that's true. Especially in sneakers...

Russian transcribed into Northern English! :LOL: I can imagine! Then if you did some Swedish, you'd know how to pronounce u's in palatality assimilation, since it's quite like the Swedish u. :happy:

Mmmm 's beautiful it is. Give me a howl if you want any song off this album.

It is very sexy yes, and really cool when he speaks it, but I bet he's going to grow up talking like old Göteborgians *shudder* He's over thirty though, so we can always hope. Afzelius rough? :eek: I think it sounds more gay and full of harmony :D

tjej
30-11-2005, 04:27 PM
Not a class trip, but more a mutually decided going for a break to Leningrad for a couple of days with friends from the course. It'll never happen mind. Hence why I'm eyeing up cheap SAS flights. I'll need a list of place recommendations for old turnip land from you and Mona at some point.

Haha yep. Nightmare.

Nahhh English transcribed! Ahh phonetics. Gonna miss that next semester. :(

Mmm yes. It's the accent I shall try and cultivate I think. Sounds a bit rough round the edges too. Ah yes gay, but rough as in... y'know.. not RP Swedish. Whatever that's called. :happy:

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 04:44 PM
Ah that'd be nice I reckon, but if it won't materialise, then well...:D What would you like to do/see? Just sightseeing, rolling in the snow, dancing with the polar bears kinda things? Or just drink your way through different cities?

Aaaha English :$ Of cooourse you have to do your Northern thang, all else is crap. :happy: Are you going to do proper Rusk phonetics later on? 'S fun that.

Naaaah don't :( Stick to le Stockholmese! You'd want to sound Thåström right? Rikssvenska is RP over here. 'S the one I speak innit, except when I get angry/huff/enthusiastic. It's scary how much I've used my Stockholm dialect in Skåne though, I bet it's the inner me trying to act Big Brother to the semi-Danish ffwls :D

tjej
30-11-2005, 05:02 PM
The drinking around cities sounds fantastic, yet with a hint of financial ruination. SIGN ME UP! Nah, I'd probably just take a book and a pen and write my way around the bananaland. Taking pointless arty pictures. :happy:

Of course! I canny help it. Nah, I don't think we do Russk phonetics here. Just German. http://www.art.man.ac.uk/RUSSIAN/courses/uginfo3.htm s'what we do. Innit.

Aww I dunno, all Swedish accents sound beautiful to me. Even the crapest of the crap. S'like you and your (clouded) perception of the northern accent. Haha most probably. Trying to show them that you're more cultured and Stockholmy than the Wessis. :happy: Just like I've become even more northern since moving to Manchester, in a bid not to turn southern since everyone and his dog is a southerner at uni.

tjej
30-11-2005, 07:39 PM
http://www.s4c.co.uk/dudley/c_broadband.shtml


if you click the second one, Arfordir Môn, it's all set on Angelsy, so (this prolly may be a little late) if your sister wants to know what the angelsy dialect sounds like properly, it's there. (Not the narrator though.) The third one down's got a brilliant example of the mash of english and welsh that is Angelsey too :D

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 09:59 PM
The drinking around cities sounds fantastic, yet with a hint of financial ruination. SIGN ME UP! Nah, I'd probably just take a book and a pen and write my way around the bananaland. Taking pointless arty pictures. :happy:

Of course! I canny help it. Nah, I don't think we do Russk phonetics here. Just German. http://www.art.man.ac.uk/RUSSIAN/courses/uginfo3.htm s'what we do. Innit.

Aww I dunno, all Swedish accents sound beautiful to me. Even the crapest of the crap. S'like you and your (clouded) perception of the northern accent. Haha most probably. Trying to show them that you're more cultured and Stockholmy than the Wessis. :happy: Just like I've become even more northern since moving to Manchester, in a bid not to turn southern since everyone and his dog is a southerner at uni.

Sounds a better plan alright! :happy: Pretty pictures will be plentiful if you get here when it's snowing! Stockholm is nice in winter, 's always better in the bigger cities, since small humdrum towns tend to get more depressing. I'm sure you can imagine. :happy:

Oooh 's so planned and wonderful! I'd really want to do Rusk in Britain...feels more 'secure' so to speak, so scheduled, while here you won't probably work with anything even remotely Russian, or if you do, maybe spend the rest of your life at the institution. Errrr.

I see :D The Northern accent is the best though, it really is. And my vision of it is as clear as errrr. Vodka. I thought Mancunian was considered very narf? Your accent muss be maaaarvellous then:D


http://www.s4c.co.uk/dudley/c_broadband.shtml


if you click the second one, Arfordir Môn, it's all set on Angelsy, so (this prolly may be a little late) if your sister wants to know what the angelsy dialect sounds like properly, it's there. (Not the narrator though.) The third one down's got a brilliant example of the mash of english and welsh that is Angelsey too :D

That. Is. Wonderful. Sounds like Icelandic, but a bazillion times better. Mmmm, too bad I couldn't watch a whole show since I'm too hungry to watch them cook crabs :D I sent it to Lisa though, who promised me lussekatter and glögg tomorrow. Mmmm. Write lussekatter up for your preliminary Sverigeresa.
http://www.matnyttig.no/bilder/lussekatter.jpg

Mmmmm Africa :D I've seen Toto live in Jönköping too, free concert and all. Beat that! :D

tjej
30-11-2005, 10:11 PM
Is there still snow in April? Also, how good/cheap are Swedish trains?

Yeah! Our course is slightly different though, cause they've changed it all now. But you get the point. Aww all of our department is Russian bar Rachel and another mysterious woman who we never see but apparently we have a seminar with soon. :D You should maybe do a year abroad here or summit. Get on an Erasmus scheme. Chill with the slackers of British Education. *is currently slacking from reading 11 pages of German life and Letters for tomorrow's seminar.*

I am growing fond of it. Cami, bless her keeps accidentally saying things in a northern accent. I'm so proud of her! Manc is pretty much the same accent as mine, just harsher on some words.

Innit just! Best dialect of Welsh that. Shame that presenter's a ruddy southerner though. *makes notes*

Mmm Toto. Lucky you! Oooh 19 days until Ghana. Woo! Would you like a post card? (same offer extends to Mona, should she read this)

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 10:24 PM
If we're extremely unlucky yes, but don't count on it. Maybe up narf, in Lappland or something. Last year we had some huge blizzards in April at least. Swedish trains are ridiculously overpriced, unless you buy a ticket online less than 24h before you're going, like a last-minute thing, but they don't always have those (or sometimes they require like 5 changes and takes 4 hours more than it should). A normal ticket from Lund to Jönköping could be about 600 kr if I'm unlucky. Maybe that's cheap in Britain or something though, don't know :$

Ha, it's really strange how you never meet some people, they keep talking about this very important guy who wrote our grammar compendium and all that, but I've only seen him from 50 metres distance I believe :LOL: That, my dear, is how myths are born :LOL:

Awww that's great of her! :happy: It's more nasal too is it not?

Yeah, kinda puts the experience down, but then you hear the Welsh and all is fine. Also I realised I've pronounced Ynys Môn wrong :( In-iss mooun :happy:

19 days! 'S nothing that! I would very much appreciate a postcard dear! :happy:

Grammar repetition at 10 tomorrow...I hate it how I get completely swallowed into a trance before a test I'm terrified of...:( Pah! Time to get my fucking act together innit! :D Простынёй! Yes! Instrumental singular of 'sheet'! :D

tjej
30-11-2005, 10:34 PM
Oooh. Snyeg! How long's the train journey, cause that is rather dear. It's only about £7 for me to get home. Mmm.

haha so, so true. Like Professor Durrell here. He's written the most amazing grammar books for German... but no one has him. He was supposed to interview me... but he wasn't in. Apparently he was in our translation class last week, but I was in bed. A legend. In so many ways.

It is indeed. :happy:

Shocking! How have you been saying it? Un-uss? That's southern that. Unfortunately that's the pronunciation all the books have. Welsh should be singy and have vowels like Swedish for it to be authentic and northern.

I shall look for the most Ghanaian of cards for you. Shit I really need to buy a new mobile for when I'm out there too. Ghalagala. NO TIME!

Aww. :( Swap for Reading German seminar? Gah, I know what you mean with test fear. They're evil. Everything should be classwork assessed. :D Look at you showing off with the instrumental. We're yet to do that.

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 10:52 PM
At least you've seen snow now, so maybe Swedish snow won't be that important :D Lund-Jönköping is 2½ hours :stunned: 7 quid is nothing. Pah.

You should phone him up or something :D Our teachers always tell us to call them after we finished a course if we have any questions, and I have yet to do that...mmm imagine a private conversation with some demi-rusk god, just for the sake of it *is a sad human being* :D

You should do nasal Russian then too, like our phonetics teacher, it's really beautiful. Not nearly as nasal as Polish though :happy:

I've been neglecting the pronunciation of Ynys, and instead stressing Môn :$ *For shame Pelle* My y's have been more like the Turkish i-thingie with no dot. Errr. At least I didn't do the Swedish 'y' <3

Mmmmm Ghana :happy: Ghalagala means that? *adapts into everyday language* :D Hey if I'm a highlife guitarist I have to adopt the lingo innit :D

I'd swap any day :( Classwork assessed indeed :LOL: Then I could probably pass some course in...law or something <3 Mmm instrumental, now that's a beautiful case...though it's controlled by so many things, which can be quite confusing. Mmm.

tjej
30-11-2005, 11:04 PM
Yeah, but I didn't make a snowman! Jesus that *is* expensive.

Ooh I could email him... Mmmm.

I tells you, Emma and I, we have our nasal бил down a treat! Shocking Pelle! Although the locals just call it Moan anyway.

Nah Ghalagala is my disapproving noise. However if you want to use it as Ghana... go for it! :D

Mmm the easy life. If only. Instrumental doesn't come until after christmas. :(

Mona
30-11-2005, 11:09 PM
Mona: Schooldays aren't important. Sixth Form is. Just... make sure you keep up to date on what's going on, and then when you eventually become a miserable cynical sixthformer with a coffee addiction (like what we was) turn up. Then you can be a uni student with a sparse timetable and a plethora of debt :D

S'the key to being an academic that. No money, no sleep, lots of books and lots of coffee.

I'd love that life, but the thing is that I want to get away from here. I want to live life far away. I am that kind of person.. not the family-stick-together-type like my mum and brother.
And if I'm going to get somewhere, I better do something. My mum is the one that pays.. so. Yeah. Even tho' your idea is great.. I'd love that. I might even consider doing it..you never know. Uni here isn't that bad either. But I want to get away. That's all. That is the role I'm playing in my family.

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 11:13 PM
We'll have to do that then :D You should put one on Sveavägen and dress him up ass herr Palme :D Very expensive yes, robbing bastards.

You really should. Keep one step before the class at all times :D

That's niiiice :D I'd never call it Moan :indiff: Yn-yss Mooooun it is :happy:

Ah thought it meant 'no time' or something...it would be perfect to shout out during a cover of Prince Niko Mbarga's 'Free education in Nigeria' :D <-- best song ever, all 10.44 min of it :D

After Christmas? Then have a Раяном, on the house.

*Explodes from studying*

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 11:14 PM
I'd love that life, but the thing is that I want to get away from here. I want to live life far away. I am that kind of person.. not the family-stick-together-type like my mum and brother.
And if I'm going to get somewhere, I better do something. My mum is the one that pays.. so. Yeah. Even tho' your idea is great.. I'd love that. I might even consider doing it..you never know. Uni here isn't that bad either. But I want to get away. That's all. That is the role I'm playing in my family.

My sister was like that, do like her, go work in Britain or something. :happy:

tjej
30-11-2005, 11:24 PM
We'll have to do that then :D You should put one on Sveavägen and dress him up ass herr Palme :D Very expensive yes, robbing bastards.

You really should. Keep one step before the class at all times :D

That's niiiice :D I'd never call it Moan :indiff: Yn-yss Mooooun it is :happy:

Ah thought it meant 'no time' or something...it would be perfect to shout out during a cover of Prince Niko Mbarga's 'Free education in Nigeria' :D <-- best song ever, all 10.44 min of it :D

After Christmas? Then have a Раяном, on the house.

*Explodes from studying*
A wise move. Mwahaha.

Absolutly! S'why I went to that Goethe Institut lecture last night. Get in there with the German elite :D

Ah Mooun. How I miss it. Such a beautiful place.

Haha I'll have to embrace HiLife this christmas, won't I? Rather than joining my dad in drinking to ignore the noises.

Gah studying. Do it all on the journey into uni tomorrow.

tjej
30-11-2005, 11:33 PM
I'd love that life, but the thing is that I want to get away from here. I want to live life far away. I am that kind of person.. not the family-stick-together-type like my mum and brother.
And if I'm going to get somewhere, I better do something. My mum is the one that pays.. so. Yeah. Even tho' your idea is great.. I'd love that. I might even consider doing it..you never know. Uni here isn't that bad either. But I want to get away. That's all. That is the role I'm playing in my family.
Don't go wishing your life away though! I'm not a family stick together person either, but we're all still close. You'll always have your family when you have nothing else :) Despite what you may think.

Just wait a couple of years, and (get ready for cliché) you'll have the whole world standing infront of you. :)

Gah, if only clichés had no weight to them...

Krasnojarsk
30-11-2005, 11:46 PM
A wise move. Mwahaha.

Absolutly! S'why I went to that Goethe Institut lecture last night. Get in there with the German elite :D

Ah Mooun. How I miss it. Such a beautiful place.

Haha I'll have to embrace HiLife this christmas, won't I? Rather than joining my dad in drinking to ignore the noises.

Gah studying. Do it all on the journey into uni tomorrow.

Mmmm German lectures :happy:

It looked really spaffing on the cooking show :happy: I'd really have to go there someday when my Welsh is poifect :D

Oh yes you must! :D Full chords are for the weak, third intervals is where it's at.

I walk to school :( Bah fuck it, I'll sleep instead, I'll have to be up at 8 anyway. ARGH fuck it's the 1st of December! :eek:

I like boyz, boyz, booooyz *<3's Rhiân's mate's mate's song!* :D

tjej
30-11-2005, 11:54 PM
So viel spasssssssss!

It is really spaffing! Ah the best thing to do is be as English as possible, then turn round at the end and go Diolch yn fawr and various other things with an accent so Welsh their face hits the floor. Ahh when in villages in Wales, I always introduce myself as Llinos, rather than Rhian. Brownie points. :happy:

Haha slacker! Mmm, I'm in for 9. Good 8am wake up here too. Mmm early lectures. Then 2 hours in the café, searching for the boy. Ahhh. YAY! 24 days until Christmas! 5 until Sinterklaas!

Ahhhhhh. Festive spirit. TWENTY FOUR DAYS YAY!

Krasnojarsk
01-12-2005, 01:49 PM
Tha'ss really good of ye innit :happy: Is Llinos more Welsh than Rhiân then? I though they were pretty equal? *has to come up with a Welsh name for self*

Did you find him? :happy: Yes, Crimbo's just around the corner innit! 'S scary. Pah I could've stayed in bed today since noone else had any questions, and I never have any myself. 'S why I'm seeking out all tests in Rusk I can do on l'Internet. I got 44/50 on one, was labelled 'upper inter-mediate'. Made me proud. :happy: To bad I'm rubbish at strange-word case endings (like words ending in я or ё for example, they're nothing special, but that inherent soft-sign just blocks my brain right up :()

Mmmmmm that Twinings green tea collection is fabulous, if you don't have it yourself, go get it :happy: Mmmm orange and lotus flower. :happy:

I wonder why I played more versions of Oh Holy Night in June than now in December :LOL: Makes no sense!

tjej
01-12-2005, 01:58 PM
Rhian's really common in Wales. It's like everyone in England is called Sarah, everyone in Wales is called either Rhian, Rhiana, Rhiannon, Rhianwen... There's a couple of actresses called Llinos on Pobol y Cwm... it's like the ultimate in Welshness is Llinos.

I've not been in to uni yet :unsure: :$ I slept through my alarm. Whoops. Well done you! Irregular endings are the thorn in everyone's side. Ah well, without the exceptions would you love Russian as much?

I'm not a big 'urbal tea fan to be honest. Mainly because it usually smells like cat wee. I thought you should have some though, to test your Britishness...

Haha! S'bad luck that you know! *puts on Christmas songs*

Krasnojarsk
01-12-2005, 02:17 PM
Ooh I see then :happy: How nice of your 'rents :happy:

Whoops! :D Ah well, you could do without it couldnyou? Or are you going in anyway? I would love Rusk very much if they only had one declinaison but still with the lovely pronunciation we all adore :happy:

:( I failed? Jasmine tea is nice though, reminds me of my childhood when we were force-fed grassy green teas all day long :D Mmmmm gunpowder.

Course it isn't! Gaymailed you a few too :D

tjej
01-12-2005, 02:28 PM
Well.. Mother. Dad didn't really mind... so much so that on my birth certificate my middle name is Llynos, because he registered me and didn't know how to spell it. :LOL:

I'm in 4-5 for Landeskunde, so I may go at like.. 3 and do some work. Hah. Yeah right.

Not failed, you just... entered the middle class hippy bracket :happy:

Ta! Ah Christmasy. :happy: Little dooooooooooonkey, little doooooonkey on a dusty roooooooooooooooad

Krasnojarsk
01-12-2005, 06:34 PM
:LOL: :LOL: Haha is that so :D Didn't that cause you some trouble when going to the Soyuz?

That's late! Ah it beats starting at 9 or something anyway. Mmmm.

But I don't waaaaant ot be there :'( :'( :( *does some PG instead* :D

Oooo heeeelga naaatt, o heeeeelga stund för vääääärlden!

I'm having chest pains :LOL: I think I'm going to die any second now

tjej
01-12-2005, 10:10 PM
I had trouble getting a passport, but nothing a good old letter can't solve :D I just hope the Swedish embassy will be as forgiving when I apply for my Swedishness.

Very late! Steve and I managed to keep a straight face there this week. Most unusual.

Awww. You can't help your inner Swede. *pats on head*

Haha I started singing that in Primark today. My flatmates just stared at me.

Don't dieeee! Not when it's so close to Christmas! Once my photos have uploaded I'll have to show you the festiveness of our flat!

James_Blunt
01-12-2005, 10:15 PM
I had trouble getting a passport, but nothing a good old letter can't solve :D I just hope the Swedish embassy will be as forgiving when I apply for my Swedishness.

Very late! Steve and I managed to keep a straight face there this week. Most unusual.

Awww. You can't help your inner Swede. *pats on head*

Haha I started singing that in Primark today. My flatmates just stared at me.

Don't dieeee! Not when it's so close to Christmas! Once my photos have uploaded I'll have to show you the festiveness of our flat!
Swedes rock!
Hey, Jazzlady go to the Pet Shop Boys thread and look what i put

Krasnojarsk
01-12-2005, 10:16 PM
:LOL: Haha, good job! You'll just have to change your name to Frida-Abba Bennybjörngren if you want to move here y'know :D

:LOL: Awww I want as funny classes/teachers as you :D The only time I can't stop myself from laughing is when Irina stares at me with her crazy eyes when I've accidentally said instrumental plural instead of dative singular or something without me realising :D

:happy: No I can't indeed

You did? Fahaaabulous! :D Did you do it gayly? :happy: That song has to be done in oh such a gay way. We'll have to try a duet after some folköl some day. :happy:

It actually feels a bit better, but I have no idea why, I'm still a nervous wreck, I guess it's the hormones, I must be pregnant or something. Explains the morning vomits and stopped menstruation. :D Pictures? Niiiice :happy: