Wednesday, August 31, 2005

we have power

don't look now, but i hacked into the study room across the hall from me...i disconnected their ethernet and plugged it into my computer. heh heh heh. take that, mr 'talk to verizon and leave us out of it'!

did i mention why having a study room across the floor is bedavka so wicked? it is because there are two bathrooms in the study technically, i never have to use my own bathroom, ever. and if its the middle of the night and im scared of waking up the roomies i can just hop on over.

me and shifra are sitting here under the tables listening to her avril lavigne and checking out


Blogger tuesdaywishes said...

Hope you've gotten past the homesickness/imsonia thing. It always takes me a couple of nights to be able to sleep in a new place.
Which dorm room are you in? I was in 14A and 4D. I hope you've gotten to meet Esther Malka. Ask her if there is still a Tehillim group, you'll find out where the frummies are real fast. Good luck and write back!

7:47 PM  
Blogger PsychoToddler said...

Why are you sitting UNDER the tables?

8:55 PM  
Blogger Doctor Bean said...

Fudge: Strong work.

Tuesdaywishes and 30cal: Let me say this as nicely as possible. Fudge is going to college in New York City. There are a lot of people there. Some of them aren't nice. Many of them also have web access. Under no circumstances should she post her dorm room number. Share it by email if you like. Also, 30cal, PT has been very gently trying to suggest that you stop using people's real names. OK? I hope I'm not offending anyone. Obviously I have nothing to gain by bugging y'all, but everyone should keep in mind that this is a public forum.

Now. Fudge, if you don't mind posting pictures and phone numbers of all your female friends, I'd appreciate it.

10:10 PM  
Blogger fudge said...

dr. bean: you know, i am very grateful to you for keeping my bumbling family (myself included) out of harm's way. you are very insightful for someone who has drawn a marauding robot on my back porch.

abba: ah, because you see, the cables in the study hall do not stretch far enough to put the computers on the table. so we have to sit UNDER the table, on the floor, next to the jack. no joke.

tuesday: ah! i completely forgot. i have met esther malkah, lots of times, and i did not put two and two together. as for the whole homesickness thing, it's weird. like i said, i have intense highs and intense lows. right now it's not so bad because i just did aerobics and i'm sitting up with my roommate and getting comfortable with i have internet so i can talk to you all, so everything's under control. still, four years of this seems unimaginably long. i don't know...i intend to finish this year no matter what it takes because i've already paid for it, but i'm not so sure about following years. we'll take this one step at a time.

10:53 PM  
Blogger torontopearl said...

Yashar yashar kadimah, Fudge.

At 16, I was in my 2nd year of high school, not my first year of college! Even THAT took getting used to.

Put one foot ahead of the other, take baby steps if you have to, and you'll do just fine.

Don't listen to Doctor Bean -- he's just a marauding robot on peoples' blogs...even if he is a friendly one.

11:25 PM  
Blogger PsychoToddler said...

I agree with the Beanmeister:

Feel free to post the details, just change them all.

There are lots of weirdos out there who would like nothing better than to hook-up with a talented, pretty, but naive 16 year old girl.

7:15 AM  
Blogger fudge said...

pretty was before i left my acne medication at home. trust me, you wouldn't recognize me if you met me on the street.

tuesday: let's just say i'm on one of the top three floors of the building (; like i said, magnificent don't need to go to the empire states building, you could just chill on my room mate's bed and point out the various land marks. of course, our room is still strangely depressing. perhaps it is because it is internetless.

7:26 AM  
Blogger PsychoToddler said...

I believe there is only one 'Empire State' building, not multiple 'Empire States.'

I'm sorry, Dr. Bean or Steg was supposed to do that.

8:02 AM  
Blogger torontopearl said...

Listen now...if you're correcting your daughter, i have to correct you! :)

Dr. Bean or Steg WERE supposed to do that.

8:31 AM  
Blogger PsychoToddler said...

I'm sorry, I meant:

Dr. Bean, Steg, or TorontoPearl were supposed to do that.

9:19 AM  
Blogger 30cal said...

i get u doctor bean, but isnt that i kinda wierd place to put that? i hadnt posted here yet...

abba, plz dont tell me u dont understand why ppl sit under tables. omg. cmon everyone sits undertables. this is part of society, man, ur being left out! also can u pick me up 4 the bbq, if its not too far outa the way? i dont care if i get food, i just wanna hang out and shmooze with larry and whoever.

fudge: dont ever correct my grammer again. ever. you'll regret it. my internet grammer is meant to save... energy. ok im lazy. fine. :P

11:30 AM  
Blogger Steg (dos iz nit der ┼íteg) said...

I'm here! I'm here!

What did i miss? ;-)

30cal: it's grammar, young man. now go to the board and write it burgandy times!

12:46 PM  
Blogger Doctor Bean said...

30cal: "i get u doctor bean, but isnt that i kinda wierd place to put that? i hadnt posted here yet..."

Yes. That is kinda weird. What's also kinda weird is that I'm not wearing pants.

2:30 PM  
Blogger 30cal said...

what a strange person :( clearly my internet blogging experience has yet to adapt to dr bean's humor...

NEWS UPDATE: Mr Kohler, the very strange but well liked science teacher at WITS, demands that his classroom be COMPLETELY SIMETRICLE. How does this fit into the furniture/social status puzzle? more in later updates, once we figure it out.

6:05 PM  
Blogger Doctor Bean said...

30cal: Sorry to weird you out. I'm just goofin'.

6:46 PM  
Blogger fudge said...

this blog gets stranger by the minute...we should have the twilight zone theme playing when you get to the comments section...

the rest of my comment was deleted by my own word verification. i find that strangely fighting. i mean fitting. strangely fitting.

6:54 PM  
Blogger 30cal said...

BREAKING UPDATE: Although Rabbi Rauch genrally does not care where anyone sits, he always moves avromie rosenburg to the front of the classroom, next to the door- even though i already sit there! violent confrontations often erupt in this scenerio. is there a connection?

7:56 AM  
Blogger JC said...

It sounds as though you are getting aclimated anyway. I can tell you are used to living in a family with lots of kids if you know where to find the extra restrooms. Nothing like a bit of privacy. OH, I agree with the good doctor Bean. Give everyone a fake name like you father does. Be thankful that you got to make up your telling what the rest of the kids will end up with. He was taking suggestions! Anyway, I read in one of the blogs about a Jewish renaming ritual. I am thinking about letting all of my new Jewish friends pitch in and rename me....cause the one I have just isn't working for me, you know? Also, didn't comment on your last post, but wanted you to know that I am a hip grandma and I appreciate anyone who loves to read. Hang in there.

1:55 PM  
Blogger parcequilfaut said...

Congrats, Fudge!

Due to being out in the willywags for the past 10 days (see my blog) I missed your departure.

Be careful and have fun. I'll be back to home base in a week or so and eager to see what you think of school.

4:51 PM  

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