Not once have I asked for help, it is just given. ( 4) Why Birmingham Big Macs are killers. ( 5) How food can be so bad in the UK that Wagamama looks good.
So when they ask what you think of it, it is useful to come up with a good questio.
The people you are with think it is mmmmmm good.
Even in nice bits of London. ( 9) Why do people want to stay in odd hotels where nothing works? ( 10) I take my bowl of breakfast outside to walk around the garden in naked feet- I know I should say 'bare' but I have sex on the brain just now- and after a while I realise my feet are freezing and upon further thought I realise the GROUND is frozen.
She somehow segued into how she was fine-tuning her medication at the moment and I reminded myself not to ask her what I should be taking for my headache.A little while later a woman comes up to me and asks me anxiously if I 'm a doctor and when I say 'no' she sits down like she was specifically looking for somebody who was n't.
Her idea that her insanity revolved around having had slightly less water than the other resident in the bus just did n't do it for me.It was time to get off.Manchester.
'And outside, so near by, looking up towards you right here I would be, full of espair at our predicament but hopeful still that some plan will get you out of there.' I rather think the ower of London should be seen how we saw it.
All illusions about 1066 are now completely shattered as I ’ ve been here: It ’ s Slade Hall and I ’ ve never been to a Hall before and Mandy was thinking of buying it, so I went along to pick out my bedroom and bathroom of which it has 14 and 7 respectively, and I ’ m gutted.
You think it looks good there, don ’ t you?
And look further to the ight and some of it is painted cement!!
“ ’ We know our job ’ ( – Mike quotes them –) y ’ know wot I mean? ” I ’ m wondering why the real estate agent ’ s picture didn ’ t photoshop the trees back in.So we ’ re standing there and truly you have seen by far and away the best of this building, the crumbling façade and the ruined trees and I thought we ’ d be making the grand entrance through that front door but ‘ We ’ ll use the side entrance.
Fourteen rooms of students ( as Mike always calls them, y ’ know wot I mean?) and, well, it is quite an interesting ituation.
This is an ad for rooms that is current: http: //manchester.gumtree.com/manches ...
Four nice rooms available in Slade Hall, the oldest house in Manchester.
The Annexe has just been refurbished, so all walls are freshly painted, new flooring, etc.House is an eclectic mix of artists, composer, djs, students, hippies, and general laid back people who enjoy everything from reggae to football.
Must love music:) Slade Hall is a big old Tudor mansion, bit wonky and creaky but full of life and character.
Both houses have got communal living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, showers, piano, etc.
But they don ’ t seem to understand that only one ort of person could possibly think of buying the place: somebody who wants to let it out to bunches of students.
It is the most magnificent thing that, man of years later it is still loved with a passion by people who feel it is part of their being.