Happy Valentines Day, everyone!
Here is my roundup of this past week with the things I’ve learned in between classes, homework, and naps. I’m writing this because right now I’m working but no tours have shown up yet, and I feel awkward if I just sit here the whole time. Plus, there is this girl sitting across from me and I feel like my social awkwardness is less apparent if I’m typing.
Don’t mind me, just working. *refreshes pinterest*
Okay, so here we go!
1. Everyone does not wash their hands after they go to the bathroom.
I have now witnessed this twice in one day. I feel like my mild germaphobia is on high alert. How hard is this to do, people? I don’t want to have to re-wash my hands after I washed them 2 seconds ago because you didn’t lather and rinse before touching the door handle.
2. Do not sign up to do a brain study for the research department.
This ends with goopy hair, frustrations, scarring experiences of washing your hair in a lab sink, and icicles hanging from your head as you walk back to the dorm. NOPE. Also, the goop they used made my forehead break out. Avoid at all costs. Not worth the gift card.
3. I have a very strong desire to walk on the frozen lake.
I realize this is not a wise decision. However, the desire is still very prominent.
4. I am no longer afraid of needles.
This I realized when I got my ear pierced on Saturday. This could become a very big problem very fast.
5. German boys are very attractive.
Especially when they can rap and enjoy opera. Nuff said.