only in europe, part 2.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Only in Europe can you walk out of your friend's bathroom only to hear a live accordion being played in the next room (our host, Heiner, is an excellent accordion player! how German is that?!).

Only in Europe can you spend 5 minutes explaining the definitions of "swagger" and "swag" and the difference between the two, followed by a discussion of what it means to "turn one's swag on" (the discussion I had between Heiner and his roommate).

Well, maybe only in Wurzburg....




Wurzburg was fun.
The end.

For "only in Europe, part 1"....click here

12 comments:

Mighty Burns said...

LOL love it. So glad they are learning how to turn their swag on lol

Tucker said...

so true! both, only exist in europe. how i love conversations like explaining "swag" over there ....

Chelsea Elizabeth. said...

Haha that sounds like fun! :)

<3Chelsea Elizabeth

Emma said...

how fun, i'm jealous!

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh, the accordion picture cracked me up. And the swag vs swagger story- hilarious!

its simple love said...

ha ha I love it! I wish I were out venturing right now. Oh do KI have wanderlust.

Rachael

S and O said...

These pictures look like sooo much fun!
:)
Happy New year!
xoxo
Olivia

Meg said...

I adore your blog! Just thought I'd let you know! :)

Summer said...

haha i love this! Thats why i wish i were european!

I am leaving the us to move to australia for the first half of 2011 and then i will be moving to europe (destination unknown) so i would love to have some insurance help for when i plan the move to europe! thanks so much for offering, doll :)

www.passportandprada.com

xoxo
Summer

ps: you totally have swag

Megan said...

I randomly found your blog and LOVE...basically because my hubby and I are currently living in England for a year doing post-grad work (we are from southern california)..which is an awesome excuse to travel europe... we could exchange travel tips..like how chips is crips and crisps are chips and other very important things of that nature..

xx from across...er..on the same side of the pond...

Meg (http://living4london.blogspot.com)

MsShamz said...

omgosh I love travel blogs, im so happy I stumbled upon yours. Great post xo

Jan said...

Love the accordian. You don't see those everyday!!!