January 10, 2005

the spanish mullet

theyīre all over! business in the front, party in the back... itīs the spanish mullet! seriously, they are all over the place, and apparently they are called "el capa". today was our first day of school, and i was placed in the highest class level, which is good and bad. school was good, our teacher was really funny. we had homework, but i guess itīs optional. my senora made me pizza and pasta for lunch today, which was unexpected.
it is really really cold in their apartment b/c of no central heat. the worst part of it for me is sitting on the toilet seat. yikes. today our activity after classes is an orientation of the city, which i badly need. sevilla is crazy, there are probably a thousand streets, none of which are straight lines. my friends and i canīt walk anywhere without getting lost. i finally found citibank, it turns out that itīs across the street from my school. however, it was lunchtime when i found it so it was not open, and their atms were all inside. so i am going back now-Ąadios!

Posted by JenMagenta at January 10, 2005 9:48 AM
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Jennie I am so glad that you have found and experienced the Spanish mullet! I am glad you are having such cool experiences. School/Outback has not been the same without you and I hope I can talk to you soon. (perhaps online--there was an outback meeting that caused me to miss your last im where Ted just yelled at the servers for an hour--pretty intense)I am supposed to be serving by myself Friday-yikes! Well have lots of fun and remember I miss you.

Posted by: Sarah G at January 10, 2005 4:47 PM

Hey Jennie!! I'm so glad that u are having a good time and finding mullets (espically spanish mullets. . .lol). Have fun with school and your family, they sound nice!! Miss ya!! ~Jen

Posted by: Jen S at January 10, 2005 9:39 PM

Dude, I typed in Spanish mullet on google and I got your website, what do I care if some chick sitting in the cold of winter taking a dump on a cold toliet, big freaken deal, lol!!. Plus, I'm from the US and I've been to Spain if you call a plumer and he'll tell you he'll be there at 4:00. . . good luck. . 4:00 of what day of the week. Adios le pido.

Posted by: Eric Gibson at July 25, 2005 10:12 PM
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