Once again

Today after work (at about 12:30 a.m.! I usually get back from work very late) I was waiting for the bus and reading a book under the streetlights, when some drunk man came up and tried to hook me up :-\ Asked for a cigarette. I told him I didn't smoke and he all of a sudden got all shocked and surprised and started asking me why Oo. Seriously? This was the second time this month it happened to me (the first time was every bit the same except for the man). And each time I tried really hard to come up with something smart to say but I couldn't. I really have no idea what to answer to the "WHY DON'T YOU SMOKE? O___O" question. Then he started asking if it was convenient to read under the streetlights. It was okay 'till you came, moron.

P.S. The book was "The Painted Veil" by W. Somerset Maugham. Complete garbage if you ask me. But I need to read it for my English class at school. Actually we supposed to be reading "The Picture of Dorian Gray" but my old-fashioned-religious-teacher doesn't like it so she picked this "good one" for us -_-. If this one is good... then... I guess I will really enjoy reading "The Picture of Dorian Gray". Gotta take this book tomorrow at the library.

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The song

I found this cute video two days ago on youtube and can't stop watching it. This is absolutely genius how they turned such unpleasant topic as death into something so adorable!

My favorites are: the guy who sold his kidneys, with the red button, with bees and psycho killer :D

In Nesvizh (part 2)

To start from the beginning click here: part 1

We got back on the train, quickly arrived to Haradzieja got on the bus and in about 20 minutes we were in Nesviz. The first impression of the city was: "Wow, that one does look a little bit more like a city. At least they have blacktop".Collapse )

My first trip (part 1)

I haven't been updating for ages! I've had a lot of going on lately and couldn't find the time to update my journal. Last Sunday (October 7th, 2012) my friend and I went to a small town called Nesvizh to see Nesvizh Castle (it is a residential castle of the Radziwiłł family). As neither of us had a car we bought train tickets (which looked just like ordinary receipts) and... because of me we missed the train. No, wait. First, I have to say there is no direct train to Nesvizh. To get there you have to go by train to Haradzieja and then there would be a bus waiting to drive you to the destination.

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