Is it weird that the more I teach certain things the more I like the music?
Today I was sick. I felt exhausted so I went home and decided to take a nap. A little later, the maid of my lovely in-laws (with whom I live) was rigorously cleaning the floor by the door to my room and the unthinkable happened: IT OPENED. I was half-asleep but I wanted to alert her that I was there so she didn’t get freaked out, so I said “Hello.” Apparently hello is the most recognized word in the world? I read that in a weird spam piece about Coca Cola (which said that Coke was the second most recognized word), but in this instance it was strange since she doesn’t speak English.
She was mortified and began profusely apologizing. I didn’t move from my blanket burrito. Saying only: “C’est pas grave.” and then adding “Je suis malade,” as if to justify why I was taking a nap in the middle of the afternoon. Oh well. America!
Me: Yeah I got this sweater for one euro.
Dude: Did it come with those boobs?
(Old french man next to dude finds this hilarious once it is translated).
What is the proper reaction to this?
I’m skeptical of the value of “The Rise of Friendsgiving” as a text, but whatever.
I also detest the word “millennials.”
Wine and Cheese on steps of Opéra Bastille
Escargot and Leffe blonde and then
Salmon and a free bottle of Red Wine at Café de l’Industrie, where our waitress had a fresh tattoo of what looked like Christopher Walken.
Went to Bootleg for a night cap. May have overly-enthusiastically talked to the owner about how he is our friend before he left. I mostly think he was annoyed because he was there on a date and not working and we were interfering with his life. There were shirtless dudes there for no reason.
Then to Bir-Hakeim because AMERICA and the EIFFLE TOWER omg y’all!