shall tell story of day through the majesty of photo.
you're welcome for that.
had orientation part deux.
made us do semi-queer scavenger hunt.
at first was like
"omg how totally lame. it's not like we're 5 or retarded or anythingg. ehh i hate my life teen angst."
but then slowly realized whilst scavenging real purpose of activity:
to explore city.
ad am quite greatful for the opportunity;
have discovered a lot today.
after that, went to coffee shop for a frappe.
here was toilet from said coffee shop:
seriously pondered the position a female would have to assume to be able to use this toilet succesfully.
though did not personally attempt use of toilet out of fear that would dribble peepee all over jeans and be known forever by new classmates as miss peepee pants
have analyzed toilet situation
and theorize that a female would have to squat really low
and have one arm grab hold of the door handle to keep from falling into filthy peepee hole
whilst other arm extend up extremely high to reach awkwardly positioned toilet paper.
after, as if experience was not traumatic enough,
she would push flusher
which would then release water, blasting forth in a profound display of greek water pressure
sprayig aything caught within a 4 ft radius
and creating such a roar as to alert all of europe of her most recent activity.
she would then leave the restroom stripped of her dignity.
so self just held it and returned to table/frappe.
later on went to rock club.
saw all fellow study abroad classmates there.
bartender gave self and friend free shots because were polite.
the gin flowed forth;
got buzz on.
then left rather early since had to be up early tomorrow
for orientation III:
field trip to village of vergina
which greek orientation leader said must pay attention to especially since am greek and is site of alexander the great's tomb.
replied that alexander was favorite boy's name of all time.
and he probably could not have cared less.
but annie climbed tree during journey
so self, along with others, safely helped her down.
was long day.