Life in Groningen

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

wow, I'm tire.... snoOOOOORE!

Yes, I am tired. I got up this morning and wondered what the fluffly thing underneath me was. I had at that moment hoped it was Danni Minogue, sadly I was mistaken, 'twas me mattres. As I traversed the 18Km's that lie irritatingly between my residence and my place of educational enlightenment I was astonished at the sheer ferocity of my agitated state. I couldn't help but start the day off with some Korn. Once inside the establishment that is my school, I opene my locker and got out a stack of wonderfull Biology queries so I could hand them out to some snotlings of the 3rd grade (in our country that's the folks between 14 and 15 (some are 16 but those are the less fortunate ones). Ah, but wo to me, the teacher wouldn't let me. Why you aks? Because for once he had something usefull to teach the students (first time I ever heard him say that). Wo to my suroundings; something kinda snapped. Not that bad I thought twitching my right brow. then I collected some queries I had spread around earlier, and found out that even for a 17 year old with advanced what not classes it is fucking hard to read, damn iliterits (sp?). I mean, the word "specific" isn't university language, right? anyhoo, thusfar my rantings, the rest was pretty funny, as seen I was needed for some html helpdesking again (simple flaw of a link being "blabla.html" and the file being "blabla.htm").
Then i came home did a emergency landing on bench and went to never never land (the original version, not the perverted loony town that MJ made of it).

After that I went and played a game of soldat (spas kicks ass). And finally I set forth to conquer my advanced math. During the brief period of flicking through my math book I spotted this chapter: "Mathematical heights", nothing wrong you'd say, but subsequently I spotted this one: "Three at a time".......... Now call me a hyperpuberal teenage titlark, but that there just makes you think doesn't it?
YEAH I THOUGHT SO! goodbye I'm of to watch ED! Erwin

PS: sry mensen geen nederlands vandaag, geen zin in. En voor de mensen die het leuk vinden lees het Engelse stuk maar


Sunday, June 12, 2005


Yes I'm back, though not fully recovered.
I came home late last..... err... early this morning (4.30). I had a party, cause a friend of mine turned 18 today (that means we went bonkers after 24.00).
We had a blast. So cheers to Niels! This means he can drive us to the matches upcoming season and we can stay an average half an hour longer to empty the beer stock of the local canteen. W00tness.
Next thing: Arjan got his army box................................<-that's me being silent, in fear of waking up the fex, it's HUGE! (read: humongous).
Anyhoo, I read the battle report in the last WD and it realy put some gasoline on my love for DeathWatch. This means I WILL get some (maybe even a Librarian).
Problem is I'll have to wait like 3 to 4 years till alien hunters comes out to get the Inquisitor I want. :'( (doesnt mean I can't get my DW already...)

Arg, blurg.... hnnnngngnnnn, flap, BAM! au....... Jaja, mijn eerste geluiden vanochtend.... oh wacht vanmiddag. Gister feest want een van mn beste kameraden is 18 geworden, YAY! Gefeliciteerd Niels (beter voor ons, dan kan hij ons volgend seizoen naar de wedstrijden rijden, zodat we gemiddeld een half uur langer kunnen blijven om de bier voorraad van de locale kantine droog te leggen.)

Anyhoo, t was een mooie 4u 30 voor dat ik mn bed vond. Dikke lol met cabaratier Klaas (op dvd) en een overmaat van Bier en "koffie" zoals Niek het noemde (lees wodka in theekop). Wel jammer dat de rest van Veendam in DW zat ipv Zenith (verdraaide schoolfeesten waar je constant over bruggers en neo's struikelt)


PS: Verdraaid Jochum je hebt gelijk, elke dag updaten is onmogelijk.