Hallo auf Deutschland!
Yep, it's officially my second day in Die Mutterland and I love it. It's like New York, except less dirty, less assholes, and everything is cool. I'm in Münich for now, btw. We're gonna go to Berlin tomorrow.
I will say, however, that there are three things I am disappointed in.
1. There isn't any cool clothes that I can't buy in the US.
2. These keyboards are fucking hard to type on.
3. German girls can hold their liquor better than I can. And we were drinking Jägermeister. What. The. Fuck. >:c I guess I'll actually have to go to a club to bang a German chick, but it's still totally on my list of things to do.
Also, I am so pleased at how environmentally concious they are here. They don't even have many plastic bottles; all the Pepsi and Coke are in glass, which means they taste better (because you can put in more carbonation :3)
But, I'm still enjoying it. I got plastered at the Hofbrauhaus last night. Even from a non-drinker's perspective, it was awesome. A liter of beer is very hard to drink when you are not used to it, though. Plus, the waitresses wear tradtional clothes :3
Sonics and Five Guys
We have a few Five Guys around where I live, but they're mostly in Delaware and one in Central Pennsylvania. As far as Sonics go, the only one I've seen is about 20-30 minutes away.
But, I don't see many commercials for those places. I get a lot of Cece's Pizza places. And you know where the closest one to me is? Fucking Virginia.
No matter how fucking badly I want some pizza with Mac & Cheese on it, I am not driving 4 hours for it. Why the fuck they play it near Philly, I'll never know, but I am mystified and intregued.