>Munich from the tower in Olympiapark Bernd: When are you going to move back to Munich forever?
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>This afternoon I was in a bookshop when one of my 2nd grade students came to say hello with her little brother while their mum was queuing at the till. The conversation went like this: Little boy: My mum says there are lots of bad men.Me: She speaks the truth.(kid looks scared)Big sister: She’s right.Me: [...]
>Going on with my absolute lack of social life, here’s how I spent my Halloween. Heart-shaped spider brownie. Excuse the crappy photo. cupcakes! me: mum! You’re eating the paper!my mother: I know.(silence)my mother: I can’t get it out! What am I supposed to do?(silence)my mother: Even the paper tastes good! Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens [...]
> Last night we went to see John Giorno. Showing the wonders of higher education, none of us had heard of him before except for Miguel, who studied him at LMU. It was my second ever live literature experience (the first one being the time I saw Nick Hornby) and my first poetry one. I [...]
> This is the view from my window at two different points today. Frankly, I am happy festivities are over. It feels strange to be pulled away from routine when you’re not even completely adjusted to it yet. The highlight for me was staying home all day yesterday watching movies (West Side Story, The Three [...]
>VK says:I kinda had an existentialist Waiting-for-godot moment. So I decided I need to boost my karma and to become a better personurticaria says:and thisurticaria says:is the reason why we’re friendsurticaria says:SERIOUSLY
> Here’s how Nick Hornby managed to give me the wisest advice about teaching I have ever received. In only 10 seconds! Me: Nick, I have to ask you one thing. Did you like being a teacher?Nick: Let’s say I prefer my life now.Me: I study the same as you, and after spending 5 years [...]
andrea: I’m on a compulsory concert break. I go to whatever, but im usually not very excited about it. I go just because. And i enjoy it but, you know, not in a crazy teenage “omg i saw kris roe” way. Clemens: Haha. Maybe thats better. andrea: NO! I wanna be like that again. [...]
> Me: I just finished reading Henry V.Mum: Oh, really? Who wrote that? (sounding very interested)Me: Shakespeare.Mum: Oh, ok. (embarrassing silence) So, what are you going to read next?Me: The Tempest.Mum: That’s by Joyce, yeah?