Friday, February 12, 2010

Oh What A Rain That Would Be!

Tonight I had a completely "American" night!

Ashley, Becky and I went to go see the movie Valentines Day in Dybblsbro tonight at it was fabulous. First off when you go to the movies here you have to reserve a ticket before you go and then you pay for it when you get there. So we go and Ashley's host "mom" (i put that in quotations because Ashley lives with a couple that is 26 and 32 and she finds it shes not mom...shes "mom") is there with her; because this woman doesn't believe that Ashley has any friends so she more or less invited herself to see if she really did.

So during this movie Ashley, Becky and I laugh histarically through parts when the rest of the theater is completely quite...apparently they didn't get the jokes.

After the movie Sascha and Allen (Ashley's couple) has decided that we should go to the Hard Rock Cafe and Allen is going to meet us there. When we get there everything is in English and everyone is speaking only English....AMAZING!

While we wait on our table Ashley's couple stands nowhere near us and just whispers to themselves in Danish. We finally get a table and the menu is fantastic and we decide that we must get chicken tenders because we can't find them anywhere else...they were out...

We settle with getting chicken sandwiches and french fries and we kill a bottle of Heinz Ketchup. The food was great, but Ashley's couple is fondling each other and whispering and have their legs all over each other so basically we ignored them the whole night.

We talked about middle and high school and the songs that were popular back then and for some reason we got on the topic of little kids tv shows...aka Barney. This conversation lasted for a really long time and when we left we are still talking about Barney, we remembered the old song "if all the raindrops were lemon drops and gumdrops oh what a rain that would be, standing outside with our mouths open wide ah ah ah ah ah ah ah if all the raindrops were lemon drops and gumdrops oh what a rain that would be!" and so we sang this LOUDLY down the streets of Copenhagen back to the train and Ashley's couple just thinks were "not funny" to quote from them.

Basically it was a fabulous night and now I'm back to my reality that I'm in Denmark and not the states, and everyone speaks Danish...oh well it was fun while it lasted :)

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