Bloody Cone

Who says people in the UK don’t laugh when someone falls down on the street should have seen what happened yesterday morning. A memorable fall. Mine, obviously. The scenery? Buckingham Palace, a few minutes before the change of the guard. Yes, a bloody traffic cone on my way and 2 seconds later I was lying on the ground. My mate rushed back in order to help me get up and she looked really worried. Although it was very painful and embarrassing, there was nothing I could do but laughing. Soooo clumsy! Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry. Continue reading Bloody Cone

Coke means Pepsi

I couldn’t forget to comment one of my students’ brilliant deduction during the reading of a text on the blackboard. It was a simple text about Tom’s routine, a Japanese boy. It said that Tom drank Coke at lunch time and I didn’t want to translate it, I wanted them to think a little harder and try to understand it, since Coke is Coca-Cola in Portuguese. Not a tough task at all. – Ok, guys. What do you think this word means? As I pointed to the word COKE. – Hmm… – It’s a drink. – Hmmm… – It’s a … Continue reading Coke means Pepsi