Anyway. I'm not writing to tell you about something I've done lately to improve my level of English, but to ask you about one more of life's mysteries: Why oh why do I always watch CSI while I'm eating?? It makes me sick, and I just can't stop! I always think, come on, this time they'll find a regular corpse in a regular place, (which, per se, would already be pretty bad), but no!! They have to find a half decomposed body, which has "saponified". It means that all its bodily fluids have turned into... No. Actually I won't give you a nice description. Because I'm a nice person. Sometimes. Well, mostly, I don't want to think about it anymore. Maybe I could give you keywords like goo and stench. But that's all.
Add to that the interesting mixture I prepared tonight (I'm a good cook, usually, but I don't know, tonight I think I was possessed by some Spirit of the Puke), made of noodle, butter, garlic and soy sauce (Lord, I can't believe I actually thought it would be a good idea...), and you have a fair picture of how I feel tonight.
Besides, I have not finished my learning portfolio for the "Lese- und Schreibtraining" course, and I am writing the silliest post ever instead of getting any work done. Did you notice, by the way, that my post are getting worse and worse lately? I think my brain is dying! I'm going to go to Dr House's and get it checked. An EEG for me. Will look approximately like a topographic map of Belgium. Flat with a few bumps here and there.
Anyway. In order to make me feel better about this lame post, (yeah, I know I say lame all the time, it's just a new word I found to say silly, and I'm so happy!) I'd like to tell you about the great http://www.granddictionnaire.com/ website, which is the best bilingual dictionary ever, for those of you who study French. I know you're not many. But it's just incredible, they have the most amazing, detailed vocabs, like a translation for "Goliath Edison screw base", or "autologous blood".
I don't have a clue what either of them means, not in English and not in French, but if ever I need to translate some really particular text about science, medicine, or any particularly specialized topic, I will know where to go. I think they translate to Latin as well, but I'm not quite sure. My sister Françoise, who is a translator, has given me this link, and I just found it brilliant, so I though I'd tell you about it!!
Well, I'll get back to my portfolio now! Otherwise I'll never ever be finished...
See you soon reader! Oh, yeah! On Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at The Propeller! Can't wait to be there! My German oral exam will be over by then! Hope I'll have made it alive :)