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Sunday, March 05, 2006

Mango, Daisy and the Section C

The spanish inquisition has given the right to the upper groups in the spanish courses to switch to the spanish session (section C) for the last term. Now i'm really undecided... To Go, Not to Go, To Go, Not to Go. I need a daisy for this decision but daisy is a seasonal business (mother nature should be involved in these NFO - bank financing issues for this!).
I think this is a good opportunity to
. improooove my language skills;
. start saying "pero porque" at the beginning of every question;
. watch david miller's class partecipation in action;
. get rid of vlad;
at the same time i'm scared by..
. reading 30 pages of a strategy cases in spanish;
. being in serious class;
. leaving my team and my friends of Section A;
I will decide while sleeping tonight and come out with an answer tomorrow.
What about mango? Well i was eating a mango yesterday and you know how it works. You cut pieces of mango and put them on a plate. Then u have this big bone with still a lot of meat on it and u can cut anymore, because the knife is straight and the bone is rounded. So you suck it and it's pure pleasure, because the closest to the bone, the sweeter is the fruit. But suddenly you feel a lot this filaments nested between your teeth, and u hate it! That's why men prefer shaved girls.

5 Comments:

Blogger Bili Rubin said...

I was with you on the mango until your surpise ending. Maybe you should speak to someone about GMO mangoes, but women without filament are scary and so are you for suggesting they should change to accommodate your poor sucking skills.

8:40 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

as you sow so shall you reap...

1:20 PM

 
Anonymous huy said...

George, best blog entry so far! Hilirious!

1:58 PM

 
Blogger Moe said...

Man, your blogs crack me up! This probably Top 10 Best of George Blogs :-P

5:06 PM

 
Blogger -tvu said...

George, I guess bili rubin doesn't shave. hehe.. Although I prefer women to have some filament, a nice triangle filament...to point the way down.

7:32 PM

 

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