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June 15, 2011 / Thomas Schickedanz

The 30-day challenge

I have not yet gotten into writing about our time in Hamburg, so a 30-day-blog-challenge will be good for me. I will bluntly change, chop and adapt the challenge to my needs though, most obviously in these respects:

  • It won’t be a 30 day challenge. Every day I’ll answer three questions, so that after ten days I can get on to more interesting stuff
  • I won’t answer the questions myself. I have eingespannt my son Otis to take part in this challenge and am presenting questions and answers in an interview style.
  • I reserve the right to change into German at any time, replace any words, or even write the post twice in its entirety, once in English, once in German.

So here we go.

1) Your current relationship. If single, explain how single life is.
Otis: “Guess! I’m 10 and a half (months) and can’t even walk yet. I like boobs though, but nothing steady.”

2) The meaning behind your blog name
Otis: “Sorry, Papa, but it’s your blog, and the name is pretty self-explanatory, so, stupid question.”

3) A picture of you and your friends
Otis: “See picture above! By the way, you should have asked me the question you previously had here, Your views on drugs and alcohol. I would have said: ‘I don’t have any views. I don’t even have a driver’s licence. But if you had asked me about blueberries, cheese and pears, I would have told you this: I love them. The blueberries’ smooth sweetness makes my head spin, and the lovely juicyness of pears lulls me into dolce ecstasy. Cheese makes my heart jump, just thinking of it.’ Mmmmmh.”

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