The Korean is back from South Africa. A few lessons from the trip:
1. Baboons can open car doors. Ostriches are extremely dangerous (but as stupid as they are dangerous).
2. Northwest is a real shitty airline that deserves a fiery death. (But KLM is awesome -- particularly its business class.)
3. In a proposal, the actual words said do not really matter, because neither the Korean nor the Korean Girlfriend -- now the Korean Fiancee -- will remember within 5 minutes.
In other news, the Korean has a lot of personal things to take care of now, so blogging and responding to emails will be suspended for a week or two.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
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Congrats on the proposal!! And yea, KLM is awesome! :)ReplyDelete
It is my opinion that all American flag carriers (American, United, Northwest) are pretty awful. Our experience with foreign flag carriers, however, is awesome.
And let me echo that domestic US airlines usually suck and that KLM rawks!
Even in sheep-class.
congrats about learning what we all already knew about ostriches and northwest.ReplyDelete
...Oh yeah, and on the engagement.
yeah Royal Dutch Airways are the best!! (never flew with them but well I do love my country)ReplyDelete
hehe and just some random info my word of verification is Undies.. and that's no lie!
Northwest is a real shitty airline that deserves a fiery death. (But KLM is awesome -- particularly its business class.)
Um, as much as I hate Northworst, a fiery death for an airline sounds like it would take out a lot of innocent people.
And, um, congratulations.
95: death of a corporation is a bankruptcy.ReplyDelete
But don't talk bad about ostriches: i luv them!!!
95: death of a corporation is a bankruptcy.
Calvin, having been on a NWA flight that nearly crashed into the Sea of Japan, when someone talks about Northwest and a fiery death, that's what I think of.
95: Sorry for your traumatic experience. I was just kidding. Also, it was East Sea you were crashing into, not Sea of Japan.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the engagement~!!ReplyDelete
yay yay yay ~~~ what an awesome country to get engaged in! congrats and many happy years together :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations! You're free from those pesky 'When are you getting married?' questions. What are elders going to question you about now?ReplyDelete
DeNote, there's still "Do you have any kids?" and "Why don't you have any kids?"ReplyDelete