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About KK3137 : Im just a girl who lives in the world...
I like to comment sometimes, but I usually just stick to reading other people's comments. My favourite commentors are DocBastard (I also read his blog, I highly recommend it), Pleonasm, Perdix and Noor.
I speak fluent Swedish, Czech, English and French, and I speak both German and Spanish at a conversational level, though my grammar could still be greatly improved.
I'm a very social person and enjoy meeting new people, so feel free to message me if you like ;) (oh, and the pic is a beer mug that I bought for my brother's birthday. He loved it, to say the least.)
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Today, at my father's funeral, they were playing the song from Phantom of the Opera where she sings about her lost father. Apparently the song organizer forgot to edit out the part where her romantic interest runs toward her and yells, "That... That THING is not your father!" FML
Today, at work, an old man was having trouble using his credit card at the checkout. I told him to "just stick it in", and he replied with "I love it when you talk dirty to me." The whole line at the checkout laughed. FML
Today, my fiancé said "Rachel" instead of my name when asked to repeat, "I take thee, Emily, to be my lawfully wedded wife." I was shocked, so he explained while laughing that he doesn't even know a Rachel. He ruined our wedding for a Friends quote. FML
Today, a customer threatened to smash my face in because I wouldn't give him a veteran's discount on a donut. He looked like he'd eaten his way out of fat camp, and it seemed the only action he'd seen was fighting his way into a lard factory. Still, he swung fast, and I now have a black eye. FML
Today, while out grocery shopping with my mother, she asked me to hold a large bag of rice for her. Ten minutes later, I realized I'd been absent-mindedly stroking it the whole time, just like when I pick up my cat. FML
Today, I went on a date and ate in the park. When I crossed my legs under the table, I scraped my knee and got a lot of splinters in it. When I got back home and started digging out the splinters, my dad furiously demanded to know why I'd been on my knees during the date. FML
Friday 29 May 2015