22 de Junio 2007

Glósóli - Sigur Ros

Sigur Ros es un grupo Islandés... que canta en islandés, así que olvidaos de entender la letra.

En su día a mí me pareció el colmo del frikismo musical. Estaba contentísimo conmigo mismo de haber encontrado semejante perla y que no lo conociera nadie. Luego me chafó enterarme que en círculos gafapasta están muy de moda. Así que ya sabeis, si concidis con el clásico especimen de gafas de pasta verde-Calipo y bufanda hasta en verano, soltadle "antes escuchaba mucho Air, pero se han vuelto demasiado comerciales. Ahora he rescatado mis vinilos de Sigur Ros (porque no compro CDs, no, no, no... el vinilo se oye mejor). Te recomiendo la edición especial que sacaron en Islandia, tiene un Bonus Track con un coro típico de ovejas Islandesas que es supercool".

Ahora en serio. La tema que os pongo hoy se llama Glósóli. Una de las cosas buenas de no entender ni papa la letra, es que es un lienzo en blanco. Eres tú el que interpretará la canción dándole significado. Y es un pasote de cancion...

Como es habitual, os pongo aún así la letra. Es sorprendente lo poca letra que tiene una canción tan larga. La pego al final del post, más que nada por curiosidad.

El videoclip es como un cuento. Un cuentecillo de pocos minutos, que va perfecto a la canción. Cada uno que se monte su película.

La primera vez, ved el videoclip, que mola... pero es una de esas canciones que hay que escucharlas con los ojos cerrados.

Por cierto... ¡POR FIN ES VIERNES!
Viernes para vosotros, cabrones. Que yo tengo que estudiar. :(

Por cierto, que el famoso ¡Por fin es viernes!, en inglés se traduce Thanks God It's Friday! y se suele poner en muchos sitios en internet como TGIF. Por si lo leeis por ahí...
Ay... cuánto tengo que enseñaros...

Pasad un buen finde

Glósóli - Sigur Ros

Nú vaknar þú
allt virðist vera breytt
ég gægist út
en er svo ekki neitt

úr-skóna finn svo
á náttfötum hún
í draumi fann svo
ég hékk á koðnun?

með sólinni er hún
og er hún, inni hér

en hvar ert þú....

legg upp í göngu
og tölti götuna
sé ekk(ert) út
og nota stjörnurnar
sit(ur) endalaust hún
og klifrar svo út.

Glósóli-leg hún
komdu út

mig vaknar draum-haf
mitt hjartað, slá
úfið hár.

Sturlun við fjar-óð
sem skyldu-skrá.

og hér ert þú

fannst mér...


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20 de Junio 2007

39 maneras de VIVIR, no sólo existir

El otro día Dumb Little Man publicó un post con 39 ideas para no vivir la vida en piloto automático, y no dejarse llevar por la inercia del día a día.

Esto me recuerda la idea de American Beauty. Si os acordais del chaval porrero que hacía videos a todo... os acordareis que su objetivo era encontrar la belleza en el día a día, en cosas cotidianas en las que no solemos fijarnos.

Así que mientras leeis el resto, os animo a escuchar el tema de American Beauty, Dead Already (instrumental).

39 Ways to Live, and Not Merely Exist

  1. Love. Perhaps the most important. Fall in love, if you aren't already. If you have, fall in love with your partner all over again. Abandon caution and let your heart be broken. Or love family members, friends, anyone -- it doesn't have to be romantic love. Love all of humanity, one person at a time.
  2. Get outside. Don't let yourself be shut indoors. Go out when it's raining. Walk on the beach. Hike through the woods. Swim in a freezing lake. Bask in the sun. Play sports, or walk barefoot through grass. Pay close attention to nature.
  3. Savor food. Don't just eat your food, but really enjoy it. Feel the texture, the bursts of flavors. Savor every bite. If you limit your intake of sweets, it will make the small treats you give yourself (berries or dark chocolate are my favorites) even more enjoyable. And when you do have them, really, really savor them. Slowly.
  4. Create a morning ritual. Wake early and greet the day. Watch the sun rise. Out loud, tell yourself that you will not waste this day, which is a gift. You will be compassionate to your fellow human beings, and live every moment to its fullest. Stretch or meditate or exercise as part of your ritual. Enjoy some coffee.
  5. Take chances. We often live our lives too cautiously, worried about what might go wrong. Be bold, risk it all. Quit your job and go to business for yourself (plan it out first!), or go up to that girl you've liked for a long time and ask her out. What do you have to lose?
  6. Follow excitement. Try to find the things in life that excite you, and then go after them. Make life one exciting adventure after another (with perhaps some quiet times in between).
  7. Find your passion. Similar to the above tip, this one asks you to find your calling. Make your living by doing the thing you love to do. First, think about what you really love to do. There may be many things. Find out how you can make a living doing it. It may be difficult, but you only live once.
  8. Get out of your cubicle. Do you sit all day in front of computer, shuffling papers and taking phone calls and chatting on the Internet? Don't waste your days like this. Break free from the cubicle environment, and do your work on a laptop, in a coffee shop, or on a boat, or in a log cabin. This may require a change of jobs, or becoming a freelancer. It's worth it.
  9. Turn off the TV. How many hours will we waste away in front of the boob tube? How many hours do we have to live? Do the math, then unplug the TV. Only plug it back in when you have a DVD of a movie you love. Otherwise, keep it off and find other stuff to do. Don't know what to do? Read further.
  10. Pull away from Internet. You're reading something on the Internet right now. And, with the exception of this article, it is just more wasting away of your precious time. You cannot get these minutes back. Unplug the Internet, then get out of your office or house. Right now! And go and do something.
  11. Travel. Sure, you want to travel some day. When you have vacation time, or when you're older. Well, what are you waiting for? Find a way to take a trip, if not this month, then sometime soon. You may need to sell your car or stop your cable bill and stop eating out to do it, but make it happen. You are too young to not see the world. If need be, find a way to make a living by freelancing, then work while you travel. Only work an hour or two a day. Don't check email but once a week. Then use the rest of the time to see the world.
  12. Rediscover what's important. Take an hour and make a list of everything that's important to you. Add to it everything that you want to do in life. Now cut that list down to 4-5 things. Just the most important things in your life. This is your core list. This is what matters. Focus your life on these things. Make time for them.
  13. Eliminate everything else. What's going on in your life that's not on that short list? All that stuff is wasting your time, pulling your attention from what's important. As much as possible, simplify your life by eliminating the stuff that's not on your short list, or minimizing it.
  14. Exercise. Get off the couch and go for a walk. Eventually try running. Or do some push ups and crunches. Or swim or bike or row. Or go for a hike. Whatever you do, get active, and you'll love it. And life will be more alive.
  15. Be positive. Learn to recognize the negative thoughts you have. These are the self-doubts, the criticisms of others, the complaints, the reasons you can't do something. Then stop yourself when you have these thoughts, and replace them with positive thoughts. Solutions. You can do this!
  16. Open your heart. Is your heart a closed bundle of scar tissue? Learn to open it, have it ready to receive love, to give love unconditionally. If you have a problem with this, talk to someone about it. And practice makes perfect.
  17. Kiss in the rain. Seize the moment and be romantic. Raining outside? Grab your lover and give her a passionate kiss. Driving home? Stop the car and pick some wildflowers. Send her a love note. Dress sexy for him.
  18. Face your fears. What are you most afraid of? What is holding you back? Whatever it is, recognize it, and face it. Do what you are most afraid of. Afraid of heights? Go to the tallest building, and look down over the edge. Only by facing our fears can we be free of them.
  19. When you suffer, suffer. Life isn't all about fun and games. Suffering is an inevitable part of life. We lose our jobs. We lose our lovers. We lose our pets. We get physically injured or sick. A loved one becomes sick. A parent dies. Learn to feel the pain intensely, and really grieve. This is a part of life -- really feel the pain. And when you're done, move on, and find joy.
  20. Slow down. Life moves along at such a rapid pace these days. It's not healthy, and it's not conducive to living. Practice doing everything slowly -- everything, from eating to walking to driving to working to reading. Enjoy what you do. Learn to move at a snail's pace.
  21. Touch humanity. Get out of your house and manicured neighborhoods, and find those who live in worse conditions. Meet them, talk to them, understand them. Live among them. Be one of them. Give up your materialistic lifestyle.
  22. Volunteer. Help at homeless soup kitchens. Learn compassion, and learn to help ease the suffering of others. Help the sick, those with disabilities, those who are dying.
  23. Play with children. Children, more than anyone else, know how to live. They experience everything in the moment, fully. When they get hurt, they really cry. When they play, they really have fun. Learn from them, instead of thinking you know so much more than them. Play with them, and learn to be joyful like them.
  24. Talk to old people. There is no one wiser, more experienced, more learned, than those who have lived through life. They can tell you amazing stories. Give you advice on making a marriage last or staying out of debt. Tell you about their regrets, so you can learn from them and avoid the same mistakes. They are the wisdom of our society -- take advantage of their existence while they're still around.
  25. Learn new skills. Constantly improve yourself instead of standing still -- not because you're so imperfect now, but because it is gratifying and satisfying. You should accept yourself as you are, and learn to love who you are, but still try to improve -- if only because the process of improvement is life itself.
  26. Find spirituality. For some, this means finding God or Jesus or Allah or Buddha. For others, this means becoming in tune with the spirits of our ancestors, or with nature. For still others, this just means an inner energy. Whatever spirituality means for you, rediscover it, and its power.
  27. Take mini-retirements. Don't leave the joy of retirement until you are too old to enjoy it. Do it now, while you're young. It makes working that much more worth it. Find ways to take a year off every few years. Save up, sell your home, your possessions, and travel. Live simply, but live, without having to work. Enjoy life, then go back to work and save up enough money to do it again in a couple of years.
  28. Do nothing. Despite the tip above that we should find excitement, there is value in doing nothing as well. Not doing nothing as in reading, or taking a nap, or watching TV, or meditating. Doing nothing as in sitting there, doing nothing. Just learning to be still, in silence, to hear our inner voice, to be in tune with life. Do this daily if possible.
  29. Stop playing video games. They might be fun, but they can take up way too much time. If you spend a lot of time playing online games, or computer solitaire, or Wii or Gameboy or whatever, consider going a week without it. Then find something else to do, outside.
  30. Watch sunsets, daily. One of the most beautiful times of day. Make it a daily ritual to find a good spot to watch the sunset, perhaps having a light dinner while you do so.
  31. Stop reading magazines. They're basically crap. And they waste your time and money. Cancel your subscriptions and walk past them at the news stands. If you have to read something, read a trashy novel or even better, read Dumb Little Man once a day and be done.
  32. Break out from ruts. Do you do things the same way every day? Change it up. Try something new. Take a different route to work. Start your day out differently. Approach work from a new angle. Look at things from new perspectives.
  33. Stop watching the news. It's depressing and useless. If you're a news junky, this may be difficult. I haven't watch TV news or read a newspaper regularly in about two years. It hasn't hurt me a bit. Anything important, my mom tells me about.
  34. Laugh till you cry. Laughing is one of the best ways to live. Tell jokes and laugh your head off. Watch an awesome comedy. Learn to laugh at anything. Roll on the ground laughing. You'll love it.
  35. Lose control. Not only control over yourself, but control over others. It's a bad habit to try to control others -- it will only lead to stress and unhappiness for yourself and those you try to control. Let others live, and live for yourself. And lose control of yourself now and then too.
  36. Cry. Men, especially, tend to hold in our tears, but crying is an amazing release. Cry at sad movies. Cry at a funeral. Cry when you are hurt, or when somebody you love is hurt. It releases these emotions and allows us to cleanse ourselves.
  37. Make an awesome dessert. I like to make warm, soft chocolate cake. But even berries dipped in chocolate, or crepes with ice cream and fruit, or fresh apple pie, or homemade chocolate chip cookies or brownies, are great. This isn't an every day thing, but an occasional treat thing. But it's wonderful.
  38. Try something new, every week. Ask yourself: "What new thing shall I try this week?" Then be sure to do it. You don't have to learn a new language in one week, but seek new experiences. Give it a try. You might decide you want to keep it in your life.
  39. Be in the moment. Instead of thinking about things you need to do, or things that have happened to you, or worrying or planning or regretting, think about what you are doing, right now. What is around you? What smells and sounds and sights and feelings are you experiencing? Learn to do this as much as possible through meditation, but also through bringing your focus back to the present as much as you can in everything you do.


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Frases escondidas

Cada vez que lo veo me parto el bazo. Lo malo es que desde que lo ví por primera vez... One de U2 no volvió a ser lo mismo.

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14 de Junio 2007

Qué pereza ir a currar... ¿o no?

Si eres de los que no te gusta tu curro, mejor no veas el siguiente vídeo. Puede provocar depresión. Trabajos grises abstenerse.

¡Éstos tíos están en el curro! Flipo.

El vídeo es de los que "curran" en las oficinas de Vimeo, una especie de Youtube, con sede en NY. ¿Os habeis fijado que parece no haber nadie con más de 25 años?

Así cualquiera va a trabajar.

Por cierto, parecidos razonables:
- A los de Price, ¿el de la camiseta azul que se tira al suelo, no es igual que Juanillo el becario?
- A los de INSA Lyon: hay uno con corbata y jersey oscuro que es igual a Iván.
- Y a los de toda la vida, la que empieza el vídeo, se parece un montón a Inés M.

Aquí teneis la letra del tema:

Flagpole Sitta - Harvey Danger

I had visions, I was in them,
I was looking into the mirror
To see a little bit clearer
The rottenness and evil in me

Fingertips have memories,
Mine can't forget the curves of your body
And when I feel a bit naughty
I run it up the flagpole and see who salutes
(But no one ever does)

I'm not sick, but I'm not well
and I'm so hot 'cause I'm in hell

Been around the world and found
That only stupid people are breeding
The cretins cloning and feeding
And I don't even own a TV

Put me in the hospital for nerves
And then they had to commit me
You told them all I was crazy
They cut off my legs now I'm an amputee, Goddamn you

I'm not sick, but I'm not well
And I'm so hot cause I'm in hell
I'm not sick, but I'm not well
And it's a sin, to live so well

I wanna publish 'zines
And rage against machines
I wanna pierce my tongue
It doesn't hurt, it feels fine
The trivial sublime
I'd like to turn off time
And kill my mind
You kill my mind

Paranoia, paranoia
Everybody's comin' to get me
Just say you never met me
I'm runnin' underground with the moles
Diggin' holes
Hear the voices in my head
I swear to God it sounds like they're snoring
But if you're bored then you're boring
The agony and the irony, they're killing me, whoa!

I'm not sick, but I'm not well
And I'm so hot cause I'm in hell
I'm not sick, but I'm not well
And it's a sin to live this well

(One, two, three, four!)

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12 de Junio 2007

Un aplauso a los opositores

Últimamente me identifico bastante con los opositores.

Me paso el día en casa, solo, estudiando. Al menos hay algo de ambientillo con mi padre jubilado haciendo sudokus, mi madre de un lado a otro y mi hermana pequeña atacada con sus examenes. Así que físicamente, no estoy solo. Pero cuando te pones delante de los apuntes... Ufff... Ésos apuntos, de ésas clases a las que no has ido, porque ya no conoces a casi nadie en la universidad. Pufff...

Hoy me lo decía un amigo Ingeniero de Caminos, que está trabajando. "Tío, estudiar debe ser de las profesiones más duras que hay". Y que lo diga. Ya sé que los estudiantes somos unos quejicas y unos blandos, pero tampoco hay que despreciar el estudio. Yo preferiría mil veces seguir trabajando de consultor explotado, 13 horas diarias, a sentarme delante de los apuntes repantingado en mi casa.

Todo el día metido en casa, sin un duro, mientras todos tus colegas trabajan. Pues eso, un opositor.

Y así llegamos al quid de la cuestión. LA MOTIVACIÓN.

Qué importante, y qué dificil es estar motivado. Ahora me vienen a la cabeza Villota, María B., María L.F, Cata, Blanca, Zuzu, Claudio, Manu.... ¡Qué cracks!

Sí, ya sabemos que la motivación es el fin que se busca: ser Registrador, Abogado del Estado, acabar Industriales... Eso es muy bonito, así en general. Lo difícil es el día a día. Te plantas delante del taco de folios, con un ideal impreciso e incierto. Nadie te garantiza el éxito. Eres tú y sólo tú. Es una prueba de fuerza interior. Yo he comprobado, que nunca podría opositar. Yo sirvo para otros menesteres, pero para opositar... no gracias.

Así que de pie todo el mundo. Un aplauso a los opositores que le echan un par día a día.

Y además de éste simpático anuncio de Coca-Cola, os dejo una canción para motivar a quién lo necesite.


In this proud land we grew up strong
we were wanted all along
I was taught to fight, taught to win
I never thought I could fail

no fight left or so it seems
I am a man whose dreams have all deserted
I've changed my face, I've changed my name
but no one wants you when you lose

don't give up
'cos you have friends
don't give up
you're not beaten yet
don't give up
I know you can make it good

though I saw it all around
never thought I could be affected
thought that we'd be the last to go
it is so strange the way things turn

drove the night toward my home
the place that I was born, on the lakeside
as daylight broke, I saw the earth
the trees had burned down to the ground
don't give up
you still have us
don't give up
we don't need much of anything
don't give up
'cause somewhere there's a place
where we belong

rest your head
you worry too much
it's going to be alright
when times get rough
you can fall back on us
don't give up
please don't give up

'got to walk out of here
I can't take anymore
going to stand on that bridge
keep my eyes down below
whatever may come
and whatever may go
that river's flowing
that river's flowing

moved on to another town
tried hard to settle down
for every job, so many men
so many men no-one needs

don't give up
'cause you have friends
don't give up
you're not the only one
don't give up
no reason to be ashamed
don't give up
you still have us
don't give up now
we're proud of who you are
don't give up
you know it's never been easy
don't give up
'cause I believe there's the a place
there's a place where we belong


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8 de Junio 2007

Generacion de Besugos

He estado filosofando un rato con mi amigo J.L., y ha coincidido el tema de conversación con un artículo que he leído hoy. Es del conocido blogger Enrique Dans, y se llama Demasiado que ver y muy poco tiempo. Os lo recomiendo.

Viene también a cuento una entrada que escribí hace dos años (joder...) que le puse un título bastante cursi, hay que reconocerlo. Sentido y sensibilidad

Tengo la sensación que cada vez somos más besugos. Leemos menos, pensamos menos. Eso sí, estamos informadísimos, demasiado... Que si youtube, podcasts, blogs, mil canales, chat, móvil, sms... Por Dios, qué agobio.

Tengo la impresión de haber perdido capacidad de concentración, de reflexión.

Y si ésto nos pasa a la generación de Barco de Vapor, miedo me da la generación Xbox.

Hablando de generaciones, os dejo el anuncio de Coca Cola del que habla todo el mundo últimamente. Qué buenos anuncios hacen éstos tíos...

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4 de Junio 2007

¡Joder! ¿Tan mayores somos?

Qué fue de las copas míticas en casa de Javi, salir hasta las mil, entrar a todo lo que se movía en la discoteca, el teorema del punto gordo, las frases de "¡el amor es un invento de Hollywood!". Los Caminos de Santiago multitudinarios, las Javieradas multitudinarias, y por supuesto los viajes a Roma... multitudinarios.

Es acojonante. Todo el mundo está en plan carca, ennoviao, casao, embarazao...

Los temas de conversación han cambiado. Antes era qué fiestas había éste finde, si ibas a currar en el catering ó no, alguien que había encontrado un filón de niñas no sé donde...

En cambio ahora el tema es el Euribor, la burbuja inmobiliaria, lo dificil que es independizarse, cambiar de curro, lo paliza que es un Máster, adivina quién se casa, adivina quién ha tenido un hijo, adivina quién ha tenido otro hijo... La única opción últimamente de correrse una buena juerga, es una boda o bautizo. Y ni siquiera... porque en el circuito de bodas últimamente soy non grato. Ni que fuera a beber más de la cuenta...

¡Joder! ¿Tan mayores somos?

Puede ser...


Así que me la pela que me llameis inmaduro, Peter Pan, o la madre del cordero. Que todavía somos jóvenes. Puñeta.

Menos mal que quedan algunas viejas glorias como Cañete, Gab y Reimon, o nuevos y grandes fichajes como Huerta y César.

Aunque escriba en plan catastrofista, ésto no es más que una mala racha. Por lo visto le pasa a todo el mundo. Los chicos de Keane parece que ya pasaron por ésta crisis, y lo dejaron plasmado en éste temazo. (También podía haber puesto Cómo hemos cambiado de Presuntos Implicados... ójo que me encanta.)

Como dicen ellos everybody's changing, and I don't feel the same

(Ya sabeis, dadle al play aquí debajo para oir el temazo).

Keane - Everybody's changing

You say you wander your own land But when I think about it I don't see how you can

You're aching, you're breaking
And I can see the pain in your eyes
Says everybody's changing
And I don't know why.

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move just to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same.

You're gone from here
Soon you will disappear
Fading into beautiful light
'cause everybody's changing
And I don't feel right.

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move just to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same.

So little time
Try to understand that I'm
Trying to make a move just to stay in the game
I try to stay awake and remember my name
But everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same.

Everybody's changing
And I don't feel the same.

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1 de Junio 2007

Con faldas y a lo loco (Hace un año)


En Mayo del año pasado, aproveché unas vacaciones en Francia (qué raro...), para venir a casa. De hecho creo que empalmé la Semana Santa española con las vacaciones de Pascua (Pacques) francesas.

Al poco de llegar me dijeron, "dentro de una semana fiesta de disfraces". ¡Bien! No soy de los vergonzosos. Hay dos cosas a las que no me puedo resistir, a una fiesta de disfraces, y a subirme al toro mecánico por muy borracho que esté.


(Nachete, Braveheart, Edu, Alex, Clarita, Reimon, Rafita y Reco)

Cuando quedaban un par de días para la fiesta, la gente se empezó a echar atrás. Que si no tenían disfraz, que qué pereza, que qué vergüenza... Total, media fiesta quería disfraz, y media no. Al final los disfrazados eramos minoría, pero éramos más listos... o eso creí­amos. PICT0605.JPG

(Vicky y Clara)

El tema es que a Vicky y a mí nos apetecía disfrazarnos, caiga quien caiga. Así que aunque la propia anfitriona finalmente había optado por fiesta normal y ortodoxa, decidimos mantenernos fieles en nuestro empeño, y engañar a los más posibles para ir disfrazados. Todo aquel con el que hablábamos: "Sí, sí, claro, claro, de disfraces... sí, yo ya tengo el mío... sÍ.... sÍ, todo el mundo va a ir disfrazado..." (Jejeje).

Total, que al final la fiesta no era de disfraces. Nadie iba a ir disfrazado. Y nosotros LO SABÍAMOS... pero aún asÍ... CON DOS COJONES, fuimos.


(Nachipey, qué tÍo más grande. ¡Be hug my friend!)

Los que más nos lo curramos fuimos Vicky, Reimon, y yo. Vicky iba de cÍngara estupenda. Reimon decía que iba de John Travolta en Grease, pero todo el mundo le llamaba Makinavaja (judgad vosotros mismos). Luego hay que hacer mención a Edu que iba de repartidor de periódicos (pero nadie le creyó disfrazado, sino anticuado de ropa), Nachete que iba de afro-ibicenco (nueva especie), y Alex que iba de cubata (una Q y una bata).


(Maki y William)


Y yo... una imagen vale más que mil palabras. La sensación de pasearme en falda por una fiesta de unas 70 personas, de las que conocía a 10, copa en mano, y con la brisilla dÁndome en los bajos... no se me olvidará nunca. Que por cierto... los escoceses no son nada tontos, el tema falda es un temazo. No hay que subestimarlo. He de reconocer que me gustó. Tiene su punto...


(Rafita y Braveheart)

El único inconveniente fue el maquillaje, que así de entrada repelía un poco a las niñas, por miedo a mancharse.


(La bella y la bestia)


(Hay tonto, no pongas caras! Venga va... que ya no lo hago más... jejeje)

Al menos conseguÍ que todo el mundo se acordase de mí. Me pasé toda la noche bebiendo whisky como buen escocés, mientras la gente al pasar me llamaba "Qué pasa Wallace! Cómo lo llevas William!". Yo por mi parte me pasé media noche gritando "¡¡LIBERTAAAAD!!". Lamentable espectáculo. Vaya borrachera.


P.D. Lo que todas querían saber era si llevaba algo debajo de la falda... y se quedaron con la intriga.

Escrito por Quique a las 12:23 PM | Comentarios (1)