- AxisOfEvil ROFLOL: Hi, my name is ------- --------- from Iran, I
- have been travelling constantly betwwen China and Iran for past 7 years, I
- have lived in Taiwan and China and at the moment I stay in city of Shenzhen
- in Guangdong province when I am in China
- Lady Angela of Indianapolis: How can I help you?
- AxisOfEvil ROFLOL: I hope Iam not bothering you so early in the
- Lady Angela of Indianapolis: What questions do you have?
- AxisOfEvil ROFLOL: I have a son born on Feb 22,1990 who is stugying
- "A" level couses in Cyprus
- AxisOfEvil ROFLOL: do you think your school can be useful for him
- AxisOfEvil ROFLOL: I would like him to learn to reach peace with
- himself first
It’s always good to find peace with oneself…
This is the both the first and most interesting e-mail of my day:
“i want to study korean language,can speak russian,english languages„,but
i am not legal in korea. Can i study korean in seoul WLE senter. my mobile phone xxx-xxxx-xxxx. please ,if you can help me?”
The best part about this, other than the fact that he probably lives in the Korean version of a trailer (read: box) is that he lives in BUYEO. This lovely town is where my dear friend Erin taught while on a Fulbright. And the best thing about Buyeo? It’s pronounced -almost- “BOO Yaw!”
I miss Korea and its sketchy foreign nationals.
Nicole convinces (without much resistance, granted) us dutiful coworkers to have beer Fridays at work. Note — downside to working with women is that “beer” means “hard pear cider.” Drink one, go home, sleep. Wake up for long enough to eat a halfway-heated lean pocket then fall into blissful sleep at approximately 9:30pm. OK, 9pm.
Wake up at 10. Proceed to go grocery shopping, but only end up buying National Geograpic Traveler (fine! Star Weekly) and water chestnuts. Go to gym and after lifting, up the weights so the burly lesbians don’t think they can beat me up for my water chestnut money in the alley where I parked my car. Try to stay awake to attend a housewarming party at 8pm. Attend said party, drink two glasses of shit reisling from Trader Joes and drop more adventurous friends at show in Fremont. Retire by 11pm.
Wake up at noon. Try to dance in the shower to Missy Elliot, but cripple in soreness from chest-pressing 45 pounds the day before. Proceed to watch 7 hours of Korean drama, “Someday.” Make lunch for Mon. - Wed. (Tuna steaks smothered in delicious oil and basil). Cry myself to sleep after watching finale of Korean drama.
My life is SUPER exciting.
“I was woundering if you can answer some questions about tai chi and about
energy i don’t know much about kung-fu,but is there many forms of tai chi such as the inner wave and different styles that a stupide question i was just woundering if it is possible to buile up energy and release it as in tia chi and call it dragon wave and realese sort of an energy shockwave??” — Anonymous, Springdale, Arkansas
The most interesting thing that has happened to me all day, aside from too many vegetable pakoras at the Indian lunch buffet. I want to take these five minutes and expand them into an HBO/Showtime series (I’m thinking Flight of the Conchords meets Kung Fu: The Legend Continues with a dash of Degrassi: TNG):
- KimchiFetish: Hello, do you have programs in Japan?
- KimchiMaster: Yes, we have programs in Tokyo
- KimchiFetish: I am wondering
- KimchiFetish: do they have kimchee in Japan?
- KimchiMaster: Kimchi is a Korean dish, but it is available in Japan
- KimchiFetish: Ok thank you. Do you have programs then in Korea?
- KimchiMaster: Yes, in Seoul
- KimchiFetish: can you tell me where to buy kimchee in Missouri?
- KimchiMaster: I'm sorry, but as far as I know, there is no kimchi in Missouri
- KimchiMaster: Try a Korean grocery
- KimchiFetish: Oh. Do you have kimchee in Seattle? I can come to pick it up in Seattle office
- KimchiMaster: We don't allow kimchi in our office due to the strong smell.
- KimchiFetish: Ok thank you, you have been very helpful
- KimchiMaster: No problem, have a good day
- KimchiFetish: you too bye bye!!