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EN: Warning: This post is over two years old, so it's possible that the views, opinions, links or instructions reflected on it do not correspond with the way I think now or the way things currently work. I have evolved (and so have the World and the Internet), so it might be advisable to just take this entry for a glimpse into the (my) past. :)

ES: Atención: Este artículo tiene más de dos años de antigüedad, de modo que los puntos de vista, opiniones e instrucciones que se vierten en él pueden no corresponder con cómo pienso ahora o cómo funcionan las cosas en la actualidad. He evolucionado (y también lo han hecho el mundo e Internet), así que probablemente lo más recomendable sería entender esta entrada como un simple reflejo del (de mi) pasado. :)

Thanks Iva, Frauke, Patán & Francesca for your comments (hey, some of my favourite girls all together ;)).

[EDIT]the EU fanlisting is running :dance:. Any translators round there? ;)
Oh, and please read the comment Thilo has wrote on this post you are reading now. Thanks!
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For some reason, the blog system stopped sending me notifications when you comment on my paranoia, so when I was thinking “great, my last posts are scaring them”, I found all your comments at the same time and I got so glad =)… So, here’s another extended post, Frauke ;). Sorry that I didn’t find them before, Frauke, I would have sent you some encouragement or something, which is not too useful, but well, sometimes is nice receiving it :geeked:. I hope everything has gone well in Leipzig! And about my thesis… Well, it was due by the 2nd of June, but I can present it in September too. I talk to my tutor (and uncle =)) about that, and after listening to my reasons, he agreeded with me doing it by September. It’s almost done actually, but I want to make something really good -that’s my intention, at least :P. Incidentally, I didn’t know there were so many problems to find Maltese translators: I’ve been to Malta a couple of years ago and everybody knows both English and Maltese there. I managed to learn some phrases in Maltese (the most similar ones to Italian ;)), and as the accent is pretty “Romanic” I guess I sounded like native people, because each time I said “buongiorno”, men started to flirt with me in Maltese :P (they flirt with everybody!!).

Iva: by reading some of what you say in your site I knew that you were one of those “freaks” I talked about :tongue:. Mind that when I’m saying “freak”, I’m being ironic ;) I’ve always been a member of that club too! I might never win on the true-love area, but *you* deserve the best in life, girl :luv:. What do you need help with? Don’t hesitate in asking 8-).

By the way, I asked for a kiss to a boy today :) (“again”, but to a different boy this time :uh:). No, I am not in love, and I told him. I told him that I might sound cruel, but I wanted to be coherent with myself and respectful to him: I just wanted the kiss for the sake of it, because I knew he hadn’t kissed anyone before and as I was a bit bored, I thought it would be interesting for us both having a bit of practise. Of course, I told him that I was not really “interested” in the erotic sense in him, and that he could say I DON’T WANT YOU TO KISS ME and I would not kill him or something (why is it that guys get so scared when I talk to them in a “I’m serious” tone?). My intentions were quite mean, I know, but I recognised that in front of him, so I could have perfectly understood him if he got angry with me… He didn’t seemed too interested in declining my offer, though, so… It’s amazing how boys tend to put their tongue in the middle of an interaction… I don’t remember noticing “that” so much with girls… I tried to be romantic with this guy anyway: I gave him a hug and caress his hair while I was kissing him, but I didn’t received half the same in exchange… Well, I supose I didn’t deserved it either :???: Whatever. It’s done. And we are still friends :geeked:. Anyway, we should repeat it, HE needs a lot of practise ;).

Oh, Francesca: I’ve read your anecdote about Croatia… I somewhat can understand why so many people is against the EU, but I find their reasons a bit selfish. It is true that a lot of times you have to stop earning money, and even losing a lot to abide to the EU rules, but the truth is that you also receive a lot in exchange. I’ve seen how things improved in several European countries since 1986… Incidentally: thanks a lot Germany and France :D (the money that helped Spain in 1986 came from them). I know that things improved even for the so-called “rich” countries, and look: Spain has been between *those* since quite a time ago. By what you wrote, I guess you are not against being a part of the EU, am I right Francesca? =)

Y Patán, me encanta ser tu psicoanalista ;) Bueno, no me gusta que te sientas desgraciada, pero a todo el mundo le gustaría encontrar a alguien (¡o algo!) con quien descargarse, y si yo puedo cumplir de algún modo esa función para ti, para mí es un honoer. De hecho varias personas me usan para eso, pero no te agobies por si voy a juzgarte mal o algo así: puedo no llegar a entenderte del todo (aunque opino que nada humano me es ajeno), pero no voy a molestarme, es más, ¡me siento halagada! Lo único que pido a cambio es que la gente se crea que yo también tengo mis ralladuras y que intenten no juzgarme el día que averigüen cuál es mi gran ralladura… Y, ejem! Henry James… Menudo peligro :geeked:. Vente a Galicia si puedes, tu vida amorosa no mejorará mucho, pero podemos ir a Portugal, a bañarnos al río y a lo mejor me emborracho por primera vez como es debido en tu honor :wall:.

Well, gotta go, the cibercafé is closing.
ENJOY THE EUROCUP!!! :dance: