What is that song? I would be truly delighted if someone was able to tell me the accurate words. I don’t trust the internet, and I’m secrelty hoping that someone else makes the same error as I do. Shame I don’t really know Allens‘ famous tune off by heart. Also a shame that I can’t buy them here in Europe when we head off for a day at the movies. Absolute bummer! :/
I have to point out that Lily, the dummy that she is (I know right, what is it with Canadians and being stupid?), decided to make us trek around Munich to find an open grocery store, even though the intelligent Mexican declared it was Sunday and that everything would be closed. Lily’s response: none. She was an ignorant b***h. God love her :]
The cinema, kino as it’s called in German, was an English theatre and rightfully so, the English exchange students went along – excluding the Americans, adding a Mexican to spice up the mix a little. We ate nachos joyfully and laughed at the fact Torrington is so clumsy he doesn’t know what to do when he loses something precious of his. Note the photo of what the ‘Rescue Team’ was forced to face.
We were watching the new Pirates of the Caribbean if you wanted to know. Good film, not wondeful. Schade. We also caught up with one of the outbounds, that is, someone who’s leaving the country on exchange. We saw Freddy who’s off to Mexico. (Viva Mexico!) He gave us a short tour of the Botanischer Garten and was nice to see München (Munich) in the Summer, not covered by bundles of fresh snow and ice.