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Category Archives: Facts of Life
A mix of What We do in the Shadows and Game of Thrones makes a highly entertain dream.
It’s a disaster waiting to happen when your father teaches you to drive with a horse box. Stack up on food and blood sugar and bad language!
The car will run off on its own if left in “drive” while you exit.
You might benefit from following your own advice. More often than not.
At 6:15 am this morning, I realised that my access card for work was missing, and also my bank card. They were both last seen on my bed last night before I went out (without them).
I needed to be at work at 7 am at the latest, and in desperation, I ripped the covers of the duvets, concluded that not cards could be found and rushed to work anyway. Luckily somebody arrived at the same time add me and could lock me in. Three hours later, I found the cards in my purse.
This little incident made me remember two new facts of life.
A woman’s purse is somewhat like a black hole
It is hardly ever convenient to take the covers off the duvet and not put it back immediately. It’s ever so tiresome to put it on when you are ready for bed.
When you wonder if you remembered to post your last blog post in English or your mother tongue, go back and confirm it’s in English, you know you’re on your way to being quite fluent.
Raw carrots will probably only make you hungrier if you start out hungry.
Not even one kg of carrots will make you feel full.