First part of your statement is like saying Nadal doesn't go over the time limit.
Well you are the one who is always whining, what did you expect London to be cheap or something? I mean there are plenty places to go in England which have a good student life that aren't that overpriced, but you wanted to be in the big city deal with it.
Got to watch the bro.
Haha, in a massive city like London you aren't going to get such niceties.
He has been doing the sandhills and not making sandcastles either. The Asian sensation is serious.
Were you footfaulting like Gaudio? I haven't played in months maybe next Saturday I can play some vegie level social stuff. No, I'm not going to hit on the centre court of the Domain. Though it was funny watching the WTA trying to play there when it gets hilariously windy.
Hope you were drinking good microbrew stuff? American mainstream beer is almost as well known as its orange cheese.
Well there are some definite characters though there are some big arse clowns as well, though HL has meet Brentos aka Federer's Mate, well at least seen him in close proximity.
Have they killed all the en-tous-cas courts yet? Tennis Victoria well they aren't as backward as some and how prevalent are the asphalt courts?
There are some right slapnuts that go to these events and always good to have recognition. The WTA weirdos are worse, there was one guy with the mohawk who was in love with Mary Pierce at least he was pretty harmless.
Though the 2 special ones were this lesbian who stalked Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, she might have watched Conchita Martinez maybe once. Decked out in the whole Spain gear, but couldn't even say hola.
Then there was this crazy Michaela Krajicek fan who I saw on the street in Hobart just near where the players stay waiting for her. I know the town weirdos, then Jimbo and I went up to her and said we saw you in Hobart plus know you're from TwatWorld her face made Djokovic's skull look short and round.
Former ACC winner.
That's all you need these days.
Had to quote the whole thing because...AJ multiquote.
Well, it wasn't just the big city; it had to be a brand-name school too. I didn't get into the top tier ones so it was either Berkeley (crazy expensive fees) or London and I chose London. Despite all my whining and complaining, I do like it in a love-hate sort of way, though I definitely liked it better when I was on holiday.
yes, looks more like a place someone like me would live in because I'm much older and snob to the core
But if they bought the place and saved it from ruin ( as many historical houses in Romania are left to rot and the nouveaux riches are building themselves steel and glass monstrosities ) good for them
If they built the place themselves then