Already Day 4, by the end of the weekend, we’d be at day 7 and break-fast would be at 20h40 which is a huge improvement…considering!
At work, I watch people talking to each other and the first thought that comes into my head is; CRIPES some air please, people here don’t have a sense of personal space, they stand so close you can smell their mouthwash and spot a tooth filling! Really! Step away I can hear you just the same from over there!
Rachel comes over to my desk, there’s an old glass of water (pre Ramadan - does anybody clean up around here?) she mentions that the glass is half full, I argue it was half empty, Marie who sits behind me buts in and asks who drunk that half anyway? (She’s more cynical than I am)It must’ve been the cleaners I said, why didn’t you finish your glass Rachel asks me, the usual story I tell her; somebody must have come up to my desk and talked over my glass which I then refused to touch based on the FACT that as he was talking he sprayed it with spit, I spend my whole day moving my glass from corner to corner of the desk depending on where my visitor is standing, when that gets tiring I then end up insolently putting my hand over the glass as they talk to me.
If you were a good women, there won’t be a half empty/full glass and we won’t be having this conversation Rachel says it would be washed and put away in the kitchen cabinet, but I am more like Trinity from the Matrix and tell her the glass does not exist, but if it did, it is already empty, water evaporated and the glass is broken; it is their destiny;
The conversation heats up in the office and a mathematician (very weird guy) colleague gets up from his desk and announces that technically the glass is neither half full nor half empty, it’s simply FULL, 50% water and 50% air ...What a nerd.
The boss comes out of his office and suggests we schedule a meeting to discuss the process of optimisation of the 50% water in the glass and potential growth achieved from the remaining water, allow at least an hour for the glass committee.
What a morning!
For dinner, I decided I am going to give cooking bourek another go, called mum to get the proper recipe and not the made up one I was convinced of but only resulted in a mess, burnt pan and paper taste in my mouth.
An existential blog today! Dude you want Borek? Come over!!ReplyDelete
Coming over Friday :)ReplyDelete
This one is boring, though it is a one off. Maybe ramdan ghalbekReplyDelete
You're boring! HA!ReplyDelete
i thought this one was pretty good but then i like rnaodm.ReplyDelete
Also: clicking on the "depressing" button is not like saying "I don't like it"ReplyDelete
Thanks Doade: I think so too and yes you do like rnaodm things ;)
plus i like how you defend your writings, like they're your children or something ;) .ReplyDelete
:P yeah well I don't have children so....ReplyDelete
Za3ma you won't share a glass with anyone?ReplyDelete
GMA: I am little OCD about sharing glasses but I would share with hanouni!ReplyDelete
This is it, I am sure sharing fluids with your hanounek falls outside the remit of your OCD status.ReplyDelete
Rassi rahou yawja3, hel yajouz charb el kahwa bel Paracetamol, ya chaykhatouna el karima?ReplyDelete
ALlahouma ini saima! :P
How is it in London weather-wise?ReplyDelete
Cloudy and rainy :) I like it, makes me less thirsty!ReplyDelete
How is the weather where you are GMA?
It has been bucketting rain outside since el bare7 fel lil. Bessa7; people still wearing their shades and flowery dresses.ReplyDelete
Wenti wach raki labssa?? I bet at least two items are grey!
Grey seems to be my favourite colour these days! strange! if you count my nail varnish, then yes 2 items are grey :)ReplyDelete
Ur such a flirt!
I loved this post dz-felousa...it seems that both of us had an interesting morning...i woke up early to go to work on time :$ za3ma za3ma...then the train decided to broke and took me ages to get there :(..ReplyDelete
GMA, saha ramdanak..hadi ghiba..kesh mesfouf wela?
i had an interesting morning too actually, i got a bollocking at work for being a legend lol.ReplyDelete
ahh daode ya daode...how is ramadan treating you?!ReplyDelete
ramadan's good so far, enjoying it, thanks for asking :). how's ramadan & everything else with you missie? xxxReplyDelete
yeah..it is going alright..just get a bit tired by the end of the day but that is alright..xxxReplyDelete
dz-felousa...chofi had l video..
Daode: tell me about the bollocking!ReplyDelete
got told off for occasionally turning up late and being nonchalant about it. actually, this is the 2nd time but i can't be bothered really. now, i'll make it a point to come on time, take my whole lunch hour and leave on the dot at 5 regardless of unfinished tasks.ReplyDelete
Everybody works the system!ReplyDelete
besides it's Friday!
I bumped into this guy on the train the other day, he made me laugh I thought it could have been you Daode! I swear!
i seriously feel exploited and want out of the system.ReplyDelete
really? tell me more about that encounter. unfortunately for you, it couldn't have been me :P .
Unfortunately for me it was not you :) DAMNReplyDelete
...... ok ok maybe for me too ;) . tell us about it all the same.ReplyDelete
This guy coming out of the tube, litterally fell on top of me as I was waiting to get in and he started laughing and blamed the whole carriage, everybody started laughing, he difused the situation!ReplyDelete
You had to be there kinda situation
oh yeah that does sound like clumsy me except for maybe defusing the situation; i would probably have made it worse by making a bad joke.ReplyDelete