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Re: Hello again!
« Reply #30 on: October 31, 2014, 06:51:43 am »
XDDDDD I just found this picture again... I've showed it to Yuneyn like...several month ago in a mail like: "Oh look, I've found a cute nezushi pic."
And it's kinda Halloween themed. lol

We don't celebrate Halloween here, at least not to a large extend. But Oktober 31th is a holiday in my federal state... Reformation Day, in remembrance of the Reformation, particularly by Lutheran and some Reformed church communities. It is a civic holiday in the German states of Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt (my state) and Thuringia as well as in Slovenia. Well, I don't care too much about it, but I guess some younger people like it because they can have a halloween motto party and sometimes some kids show up and want sweets. I guess it's more common in little villages or smaller towns, when you at least know the kids in your neighborhood.
And since it's Reformatory Day, sometimes weird people ring and want to tell you something about Luther and stuff... o_O That's why I usually don't open the door, because they'll never leave you alone then. (But mostly I have to work... ^^ We also work on holidays. I'm just at home because they changed my vacation... and I'm pissed because today is a day of my vacation but also a holiday and I have a feeling as if I was screwed over, because I lose 4 hours of holiday time bonus like that.) >_<

Well... I also don't drink and nearly all my friends have moved somewhere else in the last few years. There's just one of them left, but since my working times and schedules are like hell I can barely meet other people... ^^ Because when I have free time they have to work and when they have free time, it's my turn. And I'm always glad when I'm finally alone. There are like 50 people just in my department... and you have to talk and write to hundreds of customers daily. I'm just glad when I have my peace. x_X The last two weeks I just saw my grandma and a former coworker I've met in the supermarket and spent the rest of my days in isolation.

I also don't like alcohol... and I don't like parties (just very tiny ones with very good friends...) or when there are too many people I don't even know.