New Year’s Eve is my absolute favourite night of the year and I am really looking forward to tonight. I will be spending it with my incredible friends in Hongdae, drinking, dancing, laughing, falling over, spilling drinks down myself, laughing some more…
To my friends and family who will be seeing in the new year considerably later than me, I apologise in advance if I decide drunk texting at a time when you should still (probably) be sober is a great idea.
Let the good times roll!
Nowt of any interest has happened to me recently. I have nil to report. Nada has gone on that is worth mentioning. Zip has occurred.
Filing this under: Things That Suddenly Put Everything Into Perspective.
Being a Korean kid can be tough. I am grateful that my parents raised me to do as I pleased as long as I tried my best and strove not to hurt anybody.
I had a super smashing weekend with my chums, ending with a phenomenal Skype chat with my baby sister who has managed to beat herself up by tripping over her own shoelaces. She is 18, a stunning and super smart blonde bombshell, but… Well. She is still part of my family, so she is also excellent at making a tit out of herself.
A sprained wrist, grazed shoulder and a terrible cut on her chin. There we were, chatting away, her telling me the whole ridiculous story, and she started trying to make herself look presentable by curling her hair. And so the conversation definitely had to end, as I can’t be responsible for her burning herself on her curling tongs as well, as she wasn’t really paying attention to what she was doing. (I see a pattern emerging here!)
The reason for the curling tongs? She has to go meet her boyfriend’s family for the first time tonight. BRILLIANT. (I was sympathetic, but it is really very funny. Especially as she can laugh at herself incredibly well, bearing in mind she is in a lot of pain.) Also, she has a limp. It’s a good thing first impressions don’t count… No. Wait… That’s not the expression, is it?
I will still be laughing about this in the morning as I eagerly await an update on how it all went.