Daredevil – you don’t want to
If you plan to see Daredevil, I’ve got one simple suggestion for you: Don’t waste your money on this piece of crap they have decided to call a movie. OK, that was a little bit harsh, but it’s wasn’t very good nor entertaining. It was boring. Boring, I tell you!
I got up relatively early today, took my bike downtown and met Johannes. Suong is throwing an “I’ve-just-moved-into-a-new-apartment”-party today and we bought a present for her. It might not be a very smart move to write what we bought before she gets it, but considering the fact that she hadn’t realized that me and Stine broke up around new years, I guess she’s not visiting my site on a regular basis, to put it that way.
So, we bought her 1 1/2 hours of aroma therapy. Maybe not the best gift for someone who’ve just moved into a new apartment, but we figured she might be tired from all the moving and needed to relax a little. And she’s probably getting enough new-apartment-related junk from other people anyway.
Oh, look at that. This is entry #300. That’s a lot of me that I’ve forced on you. Hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I’ve done so far.
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