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Friday Morning LiveChat

April 10, 2015

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Welcome one, welcome all, to this week’s LiveChat, the first we’ve done in a while. We’ve been out of the country for a couple of weeks, and just landed last week, but were too immensely broken from jet lag to be able to do a LiveChat. But now, here we are!

Hey: jetlag is a dirty lover. It’s worse this time than it’s ever been before. Maybe because we’re older than before; maybe it’s because we came from ultra tropical and clean to an urban polluted city. I don’t know. But we feel like we’ve been poisoned by the flow of the moon or whatever it is that causes jet lag. We’re almost better now, though! Almost.

So, we might have seemed a bit over the top for this week’s LiveChat. Next week we will be more tame and polite. We’d like first, though, to thank

Micah Merryman from Oregon
Joana Morais from Portugal

for sending us lovely stuff! Portugal, man: we’d like to live there, maybe. Not sure. We actually know very little about it. I just told someone that we want to live somewhere warm, because warmth causes Martina less joint pain (Dominican Republic was great for that), and we have European citizenship, so where would be warm in Europe year round? Someone suggested Portugal. Other than that, all I know about Portugal is that one of our favourite artists, Panda Bear, lives there. I think. I read a Pitchfork article on him and he talked about living in Portugal (?) and it sounded lovely. So, thank you for the Portugal package, Joana! And thank you Micah for the Pusheen. PUSHEEN! We love Pusheen! I think I like Pusheen more than Martina does. She just says she likes it, but she doesn’t use as many Pusheen emoticons as I do. Word. She needs to step up her Pusheen emoticon game.

Also, thank you to Doza and Evi from Belgium for stopping by the cafe when we were gone and for leaving us some chocolates, which are – interestingly – Martina’s sister’s favourite, but Martina’s sister isn’t here so we’re not gonna share with her. TAKE THAT NICOLE! Well, you can easily buy them yourself, I know, Nicole. But it’s not the same. These are special-er. That’s a word. Stop judging me.

Alright! Back to work we go! We’ve got a busy weekend and a limited amount of energy before the demon moon of jet lag pulls us into its sleepy swells and makes us incomprehensible. See ya!

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  1. Viv

    I go to the University of NSW in Sydney (which isn’t a bad uni) and they all use chalkboards, but I grew up with whiteboards and smartboards being used at school so it was weird to go back to the chalkboards and I see how the chalk breaks all the time, and the white stuff left on the board they struggle to clean…Its odd because I expected that the Universities would keep up to date with modern ‘technology’ but they stick with the basics…In korea what do the universities use? It would be nice to hear you guys talk more about the universities in korea… university life? etc etc ^_^

    3 years ago
  2. Hi there! I don’t know if i’m an incredible nub or what but I was wondering how exactly you guys do your live chats? For the longest time i’ve been so interested in doing some myself but I haven’t been able to find a good site to go about it. Any help? :o P.S. I love you guys. P.S.S you’re hilarious please never stop making new videos. P.S.S.S You should definitely do more mukbangs ;P
    Sincerely,
    A not so new but new fan >.> ^.^

    3 years ago
  3. Hey! I seen you in Hongdae last night at Magpie. Welcome back. Maybe next time I’ll say hello. (I din’t want to bother you) I’ll be sure to join the live chat next week.

    3 years ago
    • You shoulda said hi! We’re friendly, especially with beers :D

      3 years ago
      • Next time I will be sure to do that. I work in Hongdae so I’ll probably run into you again.

        3 years ago
  4. Loud people in planes are so annoying. The worst I can remember was on a flight from Southern France to Glasgow, there was a whole choir and they were apparently very excited to travel, so they went back and forth talking (loudly) to all their members on the plane, occasionnally shouting from row to row. I’m pretty sure they started singing at some point.
    Anyways I’m totally digging the idea of a book club led by you guys! I’d definitely try to read along, even though I don’t live in Seoul. Because books rock!

    3 years ago
    • Awesome! I really want to get it started, but we have a couple of big things we’re working on now, so I’m not sure when, but I’d love to do a bookclub soon :D

      3 years ago
  5. Uwe

    11 o’clock in Korea is 5 o’clock in Germany. THAT’s early!
    Tell Simon not to shout that loud. I wanna sleep.

    3 years ago
  6. You should try 4am sprints about the house. The human loves that to help her jet lag – it’s a special treat, lovingly prepared by me, just for her – add a ping-pong ball bash around for extra effect!

    3 years ago
    • =^ㅅ^= This sounds like an excellent technique. I’m currently purrfecting how to keep my mom warm by lying across her face. You see, all this hot air escapes from the holes on her face so I think by covering them all once using my body, she will feel warmer. So far my efforts seem under appreciated but I’m convinced she’ll freeze to death if I don’t intervene. Our humans are so fragile and dumb.

      3 years ago