my name is miri
i like coffee, fashion, nutella, Olan Rodgers, ..also i might have a slight obsession with elephants and patterned things, feel free to talk to me! thanks for following or stopping by xxx
my name is miri
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deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
deenz16:

In comparison to Norway, in London I feel immediately at home. All British people remind me of Mr. Bean - they are awkward and silly, but completely well-meaning. They use funny phrases and their intonation is so different (read: nonexistent) that we can’t understand each other at all. They use the word “cheers” the way we use the word “um.” Everything is so cheap…until I remember that it is in pounds. I love that cider is an accepted alcoholic beverage option here - same as beer - so I don’t have to pretend to be gluten-free any longer. My only disappointment is that Buckingham Palace turned out to be much smaller than I remembered it from my childhood.
Tomorrow I’m traveling via The Chunnel to Paris, but I will be back in London in a few weeks!
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that-enigmatic-blue-box:

Nash Grier, this one’s for you. 
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YUM.