Nomen est omen?

Sarjassamme kyllä, näin on tapahtunut elämässäni ihan oikeasti.
In the series of yes, this has actually happened in my life.
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(A Mexican hairless dog) //
”Fluffy, don’t pull!” (Silent laughter)

Eurooppaan! Osa 12: Ei taas!

TO EUROPE! PART 12: NOT AGAIN!
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”Shall we go for a little hike on the mountains today?” ”Yeah, let’s go, dad!” //
”Yeah, let’s not!”

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”How am I going to get to the airport?” ”I’ll take you, of course. How else?” //
”You could just put me in bus.” ”Yes, there are about six every day…” //
”And them back home…” The end.

Eurooppaan! Osa 11: Tuttuja tunteita

TO EUROPE! PART 11: FAMILIAR FEELINGS
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Location: Graz, Austria. I met my little brother after quite some time. Yes, I have a little brother too. //
”…when people ask, ’where in Austria are you from?’…” //
”…and I say that I’m actually from Ireland. And that I spend quite a lot of my childhood in France.” //
”And those people look at me like a million dollar bill. Like this.” //
”It probably doesn’t help if you tell them that you have Finnish siblings.” //
”Not a bit. Those who had followed thus far always get lost at that point.” //
”I should just write the whole thing down and give printed copies to all the new people I meet!” ”Great idea!” //
”But trust me, bro, I know how you feel.”

Eurooppaan! Osa 10: Perhepäivä

TO EUROPE! PART 10: A FAMILY DAY
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Location: Bielefeld, Germany. ”It’s my father’s birthday, and he’d like to celebrate by spending a day in the zoo with the family.” //
”I hope you don’t mind coming along?” ”I hope you don’t mind me telling you interesting animal facts all the time?” //
”These people will come: Goldfish… my father and mother… my big sister… her husband… and their two children.” //
On the way to Münster. //
”Coffee?” ”More juice?” ”Yes please.” ”Could I have a spoon, please?” ”Strawberries?” ”This is the most chaotic and the most fun breakfast I’ve ever had.” //
”I’ve been accepted into the family.”
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”He hee!” ”Don’t run away from me, my friend’s sister’s toddler!” //
”Oooh! They have a secretary bird!” //
”Did you know that octopuses have three hearts?” ”They do?” //
”Bye bye, Whale and Goldfish!”

Eurooppaan! Osa 9: Saksalainen vieraanvaraisuus

TO EUROPE! PART 9: GERMAN HOSPITALITY
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Location: Bielefeld, Germany. ”Whale! It’s been too long!” ”Kati! You got soaked in Paris, then?” //
”This is my girlfriend Goldfish.” ”Nice to meet you.” ”Likewise.” //
”Here, dry your clothes here.” //
”Here, take a warm shower.” //
”Here, have some breakfast.” //
”Here, have a walk around the sunny Bielefeld.” //
”Here, see our fine castle!” //
”Here, let’s take an ice cream break.”

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”Here, let’s walk in this lovely forest.” //
”Here, have some elder lemonade.” //
”Here, have some cheese cake, too.” //
”Here, watch birds in the park.” //
”Here, let’s play the train game!” //
”Here, let’s have home-made pizza for dinner.” //
”Here, have a non-moving, warm and horizontal b-” //
”…ed.”

Eurooppaan! Osa 8: Pariisi sateessa

TO EUROPE! PART 8: PARIS IN RAIN
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Location: Paris, France. ”Paris isn’t really that bad when it rains a little…” //
”I would only be wetter if I had jumped into the Seine!” //
”I can’t even go to women’s toilet to change clothes.” //
”And I refuse to go there. Yack!” //
”I came all the way from Mexico, and now my bus is gone!” ”Well…” ”I only speak Russian.” ”Uh…” ”If this wasn’t for real this would actually be an almost funny situation.”

Ajatukseni sateessa oli, että ainakin tästä saa tehtyä sarjakuvan. Paras komedia syntyy tragediasta.
In the rain I thought, ’at least I can make a comic about this!’ The best comedy comes from tragedy.

Eurooppaan! Osa 7: Pariisi paahteessa

TO EUROPE! PART 7: PARIS IN THE HEAT
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Location: Paris, France. ”I don’t like Paris.” //
”It’s too big..” //
”…too crowded…” //
”…too dirty…” //
”…too rich… and too poor at the same time.” //
”And my bus only leaves in three hours!” //
”They do make really good pizza in here, though!” //
”Okay.” To be continued…