Thursday, August 4

look and look as long as you please, where i hide nobody sees.

Stories huh? like for example durring the vadovu ieskinis, when all the vadovai have to hide around neringa, and the kids have to find them. Despite my nickname of trashcan, it was vytenis and kristina who planned out the idea to hide in trashcans and or bags. I think they may have given up on that idea because they are wimps. Meanwhile i successfully hid in the sink in the guys laundry room. How did i fit in that sink you may ask. Well i don't know, but not comfortably that's for sure. I had vytenis cover me in clothes, and then simas turned on the water, to get all the clothes, and me, wet. The result was that although i heard 5-6 people walk in and look around, nobody found me. Also one kid actually stuck his hand into the sink, felt around the wet clothes, and then left. SUCKER. As far as i know i was the only vadovas not found. Huzzah for scrunching yourself into small hot sufficating spaces

Side note, last year i hid underneath pirmas namelis when it was rainy and muddy out, and nobody found me then either. 2 years ago i hid in the drying machine in the girls showers. And somebody actually found me. Someone was walking around look for vadovai and thought I know maybe someone is hiding out in that dryer.


Blogger Aras said...

that's amazing!

p.s. trashcan, where the hell are you? from the sounds of it, sounds like liepa is alone in durham. are you playing in the Cigar Open?

4:13 AM  
Blogger Trashcan said...

No, i'm not much of a golfer, or a cigar smoker, although it would probably be worth playing golf and smoking cigars to go along. I am however preoccupied with work in chicago. I am working as a research assistant for a professor here, and also working at Northwestern's phonathon asking alumni for money. Neither job is super interesting, but neither one is that bad either, and hopefully will help me get a good internship next summer.

1:05 PM  
Blogger Aras said...

you flew out to chicago just to do that for three weeks? you're flying out to LT the 24th, aren't you? and you don't plan on spending next summer here? they got interships here too you know, including in the fielde of science; talk to daina maciunaite.

6:00 AM  
Blogger Trashcan said...

I did indeed fly back to chicago for 3 more weeks of work. As far as next summer i have no specific plans for where my internship will be. If i can get a good internship in Europe that would be totally cool, but it does seem more likely that i would get one in america, because the MMSS program i am in is highly respected by consulting and investment banking firms in the US, and probably not so much in lietuva or Europe. I am also aware of daina's activities, you know she goes to northwestern too. i'm not doing anything science related. Just math and economics. and really just economics, only the super math version of economics

8:11 PM  
Blogger Aras said...

wow, that'

3:12 PM  

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