Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Tuesday, 24 July 2012
Exams were over, and so I expected the drinking and clubbing of Freshers to return. However, before I knew it, my flat disappeared, and there was a strangely high number of middle-aged to older people around campus. So liver problems were substituted with culture, and the Warwick Student Arts Festival was ready to oblige. A couple of friends were involved in the belly dancing, so another friend, Jay, and I went to watch them.
Tuesday, 17 July 2012
Tuesday, 10 July 2012
Without a break after the end of my first year at university, I volunteered at a music festival. I hadn't met many of the volunteers as I’d mostly been locked in the basement alone with senior members of staff, but on the opening night, I decided to turn on the charm. While walking around in a small group of volunteers, we were asked by one man what time a particular event was to start. As we were all really incompetent, none of us knew and so one of the girls I was with gave him her number (why she didn't take his instead I don’t fully understand). After he had left, the girl joked that if he turned out to be ‘a creep’ who wouldn't stop calling her, she would ‘cut his balls off’.
Tuesday, 3 July 2012
|Yes, I know they're sour, not bitter|
I hope you've enjoyed the blog so far. While my personality will probably lead to more blünders throughout the holiday, if this doesn't happen, I’ll try and post something here every week, hopefully something more interesting than haikus. In the meantime, I’ll be polishing off The Nightmare Before Christmas, as well as the rest of my first year events. Apologies if this post comes across a little like those F.R.I.E.N.D.S episodes that everyone hates, the collection of old clips, but please stick with me.
I've got a load of term 3 stuff coming up, but as the stakes were raised I've got to wait for the dust to settle before they’ll appear here. However, the final night of my final term was uneventful as most people had left, so I’ll finish this post with little bits about the final nights of terms 1 and 2.