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My very own popular high school snob

April 30, 2007

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Before I wrote that exaggerated self-pitying dollop of a last post (I would delete it but that seems emotionally dishonest) I was actually hanging out with a friend. This friend, Little Bubbly, is my oldest remaining friend. I have known her, literally, since birth. We went through all the various milestones together (feeling superior to […]

2 am PMSing

April 28, 2007

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From now on, not only will friends be entitled to veto potential significant others, and their vetoes heeded, complete strangers, including internet wackos, will be permitted to weigh in. I am incompetent at selecting them by myself.

I can still be juvenile with the best

April 26, 2007

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Monday evening M and I went to the Italian Club, for no particular reason. I was feeling joyful (read: drunk) when I was informed by the waiter that Monday was the only day that the chef who prepared their heavenly apple cake didn’t come. This substance is easily the best thing I have ever placed […]

Beep.

April 22, 2007

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After babbling about it for years and years, I think I am actually getting close to driving. I started taking Cairene driving lessons last week. This was in part brought about by my father, who I cornered into promising to buy me a car the minute I get a license. I employed, probably for the […]

April 14, 2007

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What’s green and smells like pork?Kermit’s penis.

Reminder: Stand Up Auditions tomorrow!

April 14, 2007

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Stand Up Cairo is reviving the lost art of Egyptian stand up comedy. We will be holding auditions on the April 15 and 16 from 6-10 pm during which talented individual performers will be invited to perform a two minute skit of original material in Arabic or English. We are talking here about classic stand […]

In lieu of currency and originality: the Lazy Law Student’s Guide to Succeeding at Law School

April 11, 2007

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I think of this article as my most significant life achievement. I got fan mail. Copyright Obiter Dicta 2006. So, you’ve got your grades back. For upper-years, you’re probably experiencing that usual small twinge of pain. For first-years, this will be a blow from which your self-esteem is unlikely to recover (I know mine hasn’t, […]