I went to see King Lear the other day with Tsakiroglou. Not a bad performance and the ending was extremely moving. Interesting view by the director with modern costumes/set and live hard rock music.
Though I have to say I've never seen so many shirtless guys in a Shakespeare play before.
It also reminded me of Cheryl.
Sounds like quite a different take on King Lear.
You always have great stories Hilde.
I've been to France only once, in Paris and a small village. Didn't have any problems at all. They even complimented my accent.
I'm glad I'm not the only one.
I had no problem with the French when I was there
Their rudeness can't surpass mine
Still remember how I told the waiter to take the f***ing bouillabaisse from the front of my eyes and to bring me a steak and then sent him to roast it properly. Twice
You and your elephant memory.
The toast was BLACK, pitch black.
So, I looked at it, looked at her, looked back at it, looked back at her in a
way and she was actually miffed that I wasn't eating it.
Her house was
, though. I'd recommend her B&B for that beautiful house alone but make sure that you ask for cereal or something you can't mess up.
The Welsh know how to make toast, though.
(or rather, the Welsh B&B's I visited)
Another great story.
Nole will say that he can die in peace now that he won the most important event there is in tennis
Yes. Yet they kiss my behind when I speak in English.
The boots must be clean, St Nicholas comes tonight to leave presents and sweets in them
I think I remember last year you saying about St. Nick leaving presents in boots. We don't do that.
I had an absolutely lovely time in paris and I only spoke english + merci. They were very nice and lovely and I could even ask for veggie stuff by pointing to my guidebook. Those crepe carts
So Metis, WG and I were okay in France. And kind of Andreea, I guess.
Who the fuck are Murphy and Wallace?
American football players. But I bet that's not the answer you were looking for.