I byen I Vejle

Onsdag aften var jeg (efter en lidt kølig MC tur fra København til Vejle) i byen i Vejle med min lokale ‘guide’ og nogle af hans venner.

Der var mere gang i Vejles natteliv end jeg egnetlig havde forventet – men man har jo som Snobbet Københavner Snude lov til at blive glædeligt overrasket over provinsen.

Vi var bl.a. på Den Knæhøje som var en hyggelig lille bar med rigeligt påskebryg på fad.

Minesweeper

I went folk-dancing (and later on to Park – no folk-dancing there) with the ESN-Copenhagen Thursday. While at Park I was told of a ‘drinking’ game called Minesweeper. I had never heard of it before, so I thought I might as well share here on my blog…

You play the game at a club, bar or really anywhere with a lot of people (most fun if you don’t know everyone, so a public place is best I guess). Then you go around to pickup and drink ‘abandoned’ drinks.
If the drink you pickup is not entirely abandoned part of the game is of course also to not get noticed by the right full owner of the drink.

So, how do you ‘hit a mine’?
The example I was given is that if you get a drink with drugs in it, you have ‘hit a mine’! I don’t know if putting drugs in drinks and leaving them around a bar is common practise anywhere, but I have never heard of it before… anyway, I guess you could add to the game and decide that getting a beer bottle with a cigarette bud in it or getting caught by the right full owner of the drink would also count as hitting a mine…

Sounds fun? I thought it was a very fun idea when I heard about it…

PS. Don’t try this at home kids! Of course you should not go around drinking drinks you haven’t bought your self or you don’t know whats in… (without bringing me along to judge your performance!)

Made it, just in time…

For a few moments there, I thought I might be running just a tad bit late. My father is having his birthday celebration today, and I must admit I only just finished his present. I still need to take a shower, find some festive clothes and catch the train. But that should be possible to do – I do have about two hours before the train leaves.

So tonight is going to be spend with the family and my fathers friends. Hopefully it is going to be a fun evening for all. Time will tell I guess.

New Years in Sweden

I celebrated new years in Malmö, Sweden this year. Joe (and his brother and girlfriend) had invited some family and friends (I fit into the last category) to eat, drink, dance and all the other new years stuff.
Although most members of the party were danish some of the subtle differences between how Swedes and Danes celebrate new years became very obvious. While we were inside watching Dinner for One just before 12 o clock, the Swedes were outside shooting fireworks. After watching the televised strikes of the town hall clock of Copenhagen we went outside, only to realize that the fireworks display was almost over by then.

I had forgotten about this parody called 80-års fødselsdagen (in danish) and I didn’t get to watch it this year, but today I (re)found it. Thought I would share (and get some video onto this blog). You might like it or not…

Happy new year!

Ahhh. It’s 1.40 pm (ish) and I’m having Coca-Cola and chips for break feast. Nothing better after a night out on the town with friends.
There were five of us out talking, drinking, dancing and just having a good time.

Oh, and since I last blogged (what a strange word, come to think of it…) I got through Christmas with the family, some social activities etc. and did way to little school work. Same old…

See you all in 2007…

Sunday with hangover…

I had a nasty hangover this morning. Got a few beers to many last night.

Thursday I went with Rasmus to see Dronningen af Malmø. It started out a bit to slow for my liking, but picked up pace as the story started evolving. All in all a good night. When I came home, my laptop had finally fetched all the packages needed for upgrading from Ubuntu Dapper to Edgy Eft and had started the actual update. The update took a long time, but went rather smooth. I still have a few things I need to change but all in all I’m happy with the new Ubuntu. The F-Spot photo manager is one of the new things I really like, and think I will use quite a lot. Also, the Amarok player seems to be a bit more willing to play music without to much lag (generally a good thing for a music player), than it was before I updated.
The new fast and improved start up system doesn’t really impress me much yet, but maybe that’s because I don’t really know what to look for.

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY!

I JUST FOUND OUT A FEW MINUTES AGO THAT TODAY IS INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY, AND WHY NOT JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION?

MY WEEKEND WAS FUN, BUT SO FAR NOT VERY PRODUCTIVE. FRIDAY OLK (OVERLÆGERNES KLUB) THREW A PARTY AT PANUM, AND I SHOWED UP, DID A LOT OF DRINKING, A LITTLE BIT OF TALKING AND NO DANCING AT ALL.
MOST OF MY SATURDAY WAS SPEND WITH A HEAD ACE, BUT IN THE EVENING ESBEN AND RASMUS DID MANAGE TO DRAG ME ALONG FOR ONE BEER AT VERSTERBROS BRYGHUS.

TODAY I HAVE UNFORTUNATELY NOT YET STARTED STUDYING, BUT I DID SOMETHING ALMOST AS IMPORTANT – I HAVE BEEN REARRANGING CLOTHS IN MY CLOSET, TO MAKE A BIT OF SPACE. NOT EXTREMELY EXCITING, BUT QUITE PRACTICAL…

Pigen har en lampe i sin gummistøvle…

Jeg er lige kommet hjem fra Fri-Hash demo. Demoen var ikke slut (og der var vist fest på Christiania i aften), men jeg smuttede hjem nu. Det var en stille og hygelig demo, masser af sjov tobak (som jeg ikke røg noget af pga. min hals/lunger – øv) og med god stemning.
Jeg kunne sikkert skrive en masse om holdninger osv., men jeg er lidt træt nu (var med Eesben ude og træne omkring middag) og håber lidt på at kunne sove lige en time eller to, før jeg skal til Hawaii party i aften.