Tuesday, May 16, 2006

examination period...



Blogger Farid said...

your toilet wasnt that clean when i was there... are u using somebody else's toilet?

9:05 PM, May 16, 2006  
Blogger Mart'a said...

I cleaned it for the sake of the teddy.... several hours of work... as we agreed with friends, there seems to be always so much work around when one should study :o))).

9:38 PM, May 16, 2006  
Blogger Carissa )i( said...

Mart'a, this photo is EXCELLENT! :-D So hilarious...;) With my exam tomorrow for which I've hardly studied (I mean, I've tried, but I'll never manage to get all the material in my head in time), the stone should be fifty times as big though:s

10:20 PM, May 16, 2006  
Blogger Mart'a said...

hahah, I so understand. i found out I have to learn 354 A4 pages within 12 days... and that is simply ...hmm... think positive...think positive... well, that is simply easily achievable :o)).

Good luck!! And kick ass!! Not worth repeating stupid subjects... believe me, I know! :o))

10:26 PM, May 16, 2006  
Blogger Shamil G said...

hiya marta,just read your blog... well,bits about azerbaijan actually...thanks a lot for posting it all,it was very interesting for me to have a concerned foreigner point of view.although once you discover azerbaijan,with all pluses and minuses,you can't be alien to this country anymore..

the post on imishli idp camp was especially touching..:(

good luck with discovering further mysterious soul of azerbaijan,

yours, desperately-procrastinating - dissertation deadline,

Shamil G.

12:03 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Ahmed Arshi said...

I would put a gun beside the teddy, just in case the rope cuts. So you won't change your mind!! lol

1:08 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Farid said...

ahmed, there you go! thats how we do in my country too!!!

baby, i will get you the gun, if you dont have one...

4:52 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Mart'a said...

Shamil, great to hearing from you. And good luck!
I really enjoyed writing about Azerbaijan, so I am pleased you like the outcome, although it is from foreign perspective. :o)

Ahmed and Farid, I thought Kalashikov will be fine... but if you think gun will do the miracle... :P :o)))

8:33 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Pierre said...

Hehehehe - this reminds me of something I saw at the visa extensions office here in Beijing. There was a little teddy bear hanging by it's neck from under the camera that took emergency passport photos. Apparently it was an attempt to get people to smile. My photo came out as a cross of me thinking "That's funny" & "What the F%#@" :)

8:54 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Mart'a said...

hahaha, can you put that photo on your blog? Would be nice to see it :o)))

My sister goes to one older lady and she always shows some fluffy doll just before taking the photo. That does work nice, all the photos of my sister came great.
Hanging teddy might make some people cry, heheh

11:06 AM, May 17, 2006  
Blogger Pierre said...

unfortunately i didn't get a photo.. but i put up a (bad) drawing of what it looked like...

3:03 AM, May 18, 2006  

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