School, Stolen Goods And The Da Vinci Code

Damn. I looked through some of my previous posts and noticed that it’s been about three weeks since I first thought that I had to do this history presentation. I have been nervous about possibly having to do it the next day for many nights now. Like yesterday, for instance. I was completely convinced that there was no way out now, and that I had to do the presentation today. But no. The pain continues. I don’t know why I fear it. Maybe it’s because I hate history, or maybe it’s because the pages I had to read are pretty difficult to do a presentation on. Or maybe, just maybe it’s because I didn’t choose this myself, like we usually do. Damn that teacher, who shall remain nameless.

It’s really, really cold in Denmark right now, and I thought that I could use a really warm and nice jacket. So about a month ago I started looking on eBay for a clothing label called Canada Goose, which normally retails at $400-500, but I might be able to get it through a friend of a friend for just over $200. Thank God for all those immoral people out there, willing to sell stuff for cheap;-) Nah hehe, just kidding, that’s horrible.

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Hmm what else has happened today? The first 4 (fôr, fr) hours of the day we spend watching movies! In history we had to finish some French movie, which we had begun watching the last time, and in Danish we watched a very popular Danish TV-show called “Rejseholdet” and in English we watched “Angela’s Ashes” about an Irish family and their tragic life in the 1930s, and except for Rejseholdet I almost fell asleep all the time.

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Oh yeah, and in Danish we each had to choose which book we want to read, but our teacher had already chosen about 10 for us, which we could choose from. I chose The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, which I guess is a book I’m one of the few people left in the world, who haven’t read. But I simply had to to find out what all the fuss is about! I mean it was on the New York times bestseller list for the longest time, and maybe still is, I don’t know. But our teacher warned us that we would have to somehow get the book ourselves. So I think I’ll do that now. My local library should have it, but I better hurry since I have to go see my girlfriend in a few hours, and I still need to shower and begin writing an essay, which I need to hand in monday to my Danish teacher!


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