Monday, June 30, 2008


I'm busy. But tonight I am doing absolutely nothing for the first time in weeks. Chillin'. I'll probably get bored.

Right now, I need to shower (I'm hungover and my clothes smell like beer) and then I'm off to Roskilde for the afternoon. Just for a quickie, hah.

I love having a car at my disposal. My mom should go on vacation more often. I HEART the Skoda!
Ish. As least I would if it had cup-holders.

Why do I always do these posts when I have absolutely no time for it?

Anywho. Bye.

And PS? I'm really weirdly excitedly happy, which isn't like me in these situations (I know, I'm so bloody cryptic!)

PPS, I can't stop listening to this song:

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Yaw yaw.

So I guess school is over. The eeend. With the exeption of Thursday I've been more or less constantly drunk since Wednesday.

Yesterday was the traditional ride with the best group of graduees the world has ever seen. I've realized I'm gonna miss this people like crazy. Just all the randomness. Drunkenness. Awesomeness!

Alas, I did not have the courage to bring my too expensive digital camera yesterday, so all my pics are on an oldschool disposable camera I got for free with my obligatory hat. Welcome to 2002, I say! It'll be fun to get them developed, though. I'm pretty sure I got some good shots.

Today I'll just post some pictures from Wednesday's party at school with the teachers. It was way fun. It especially escalated towards the end as the dancefloor was one, big, sweaty mass of people dancing and jumping around in ecstasy. I have no pictures of that last development since I was inside the clump of people.

But yeah. Tomorrow Roskilde starts. I don't really feel like going, but whatever. It'll probably be fun. This year I'm part of a huge camp of people from school, so that'll be good. Dunno about the music though. It's not top notch. But I get a dose of Mike Skinner/The Streets, and that's always something.

Pictures from Wednesday!


My boys.

Cille, Louise, Michael.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The Beach Boys.

This is the only song that was able to calm me a little. I'm too stressed out. Everything is NOW and important and whoa. There's exams, moving, graduating, Roskilde Festival, finding another job, applying to university, and a generally fucked economy.

And I've forgotten how to relax.

But this helped. I truly love this song.

"God only knows what I'd be without you."

Doesn't help much that that thing keeps popping back into my head. I've been trying to be sensible and let my mind tell my stomach to get the fuck over it, but my stomach doesn't really want to listen. It's a stupid stomach.

I don't have time for this.

Monday, June 23, 2008


I just wrote a way long post. But I really don't feel like going into specifics.

Today is in bulletpoints.

  • DRAMA! -I don't think I'll ever get it. I never know what I did or said, or didn't do or say, or did do but never said, or wtf.
  • Jack's place = fun and beer and Hot Fuzz and absolutely no drama. All simple.
  • I have absolutely no clue what I'd do without my boys.
  • I'm this close to saying "Fuck it" to my exam tomorrow/Wednesday. Seriously, just give me the damn hat already. I've earned it. And I have an insane need to just throw it far, far away.
  • I've said the word "fuck" way too many times in the last 24+ hours. It's fucked.
Life is pretty fucked.

I'll leave you with these guys:

This is Jack and Jimmy.
Jack likes his lizard named Doom, MÆDL, and beer.
Jimmy likes World of Warcraft, violins, and bloody anarchy.

I need junk food.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

I Completely Forgot...

John Mayer, ffs! How the hell do I forget about John bloody Mayer?

The concert was alright. I don't know why, but it didn't really ever get GREAT like I expected it to. I think it was all the jamming. Dude jams too much. We get it, you're awesome, get over it.

And, well, he didn't play my favorites. Only "Why Georgia". And that's a stupid thing to bitch about because obviously there has to be choices made, when you've had 3 records out. And, he did play for 2 hours. And, both of my favorites are from his very first (and very best, IMO) album, and since this was his Continuum tour, well. I get it.

The greatest thing about it was just... IT WAS JOHN MAYER. Fuckin' hell. He is downright edible. Only problem is that he totally knows that. He came off quite arrogant, actually. But who am I to judge.

I can't find the protective cap for my camera, thus I didn't bring it, thus I only have shitty cell-phone quality pictures. All you can basically see is a dude without a face holding on to a guitar. And loads of bright lights.

Today's been really weird. I can't really figure it out. I went back to bed for a few hours this morning. And then I've been cleaning the kitchen hardcore. Sheila apparantly saw it fit to leave all her dirty fucking dishes behind when she moved out, and never came back. That was absolutely disgusting. She hadn't even at least rinsed off leftovers or anything. Jesus Christ, that was gross.

But the kitchen doesn't smell anymore. I can move out with my conscience clear.

Oh shit, I really can't wait to move out. I'm sick of this place. And I think I'll get sick of the new place pretty quickly as well. All those people. Strangers, even. I want my own place. Casa de Unni. Why is everything in Copenhagen so bloody expensive? I have a friend, Mette, who lives in Haderslev(!!), she just got a 2 (wait, I have no idea how to say that in English. Whatevs, there's a living room and a bedroom) ... apartment for less than 4000/month. That's just not fair. But then again, who wants to live in fucking Haderslev??

Fuck, and I was just gonna mention John Mayer. Not ramble on about dishes and apartments and whatnot.

I'm experiencing withdrawals from a serious lack of Ben & Jerry's today. Now I just need to get dressed and shit to get to the store. Ahhh, it might be too much work. I'll think about it.



Did I ever mention how much I love mornings?

I woke up at 4AM and decided to go for a walk all over Frederiksberg. With the voice of Alex Turner in various bands in my ears. I'm gonna miss Frederiksberg. While I've lived in Vanløse, I've almost spent more time there than I have here. At some point I just fell in love with it. Frederiksberg Have in particular. Adds another favorite bench. 1st is at my grandparents's house overlooking Vesterhavet. 2nd is at Fugleøen down at the lakes. But yeah. Shut up.

What's up with the walking, anyway? It's only a few weeks since I did that freakishly long walk around town. 11 fucking km. That's just weird.

I keep thinking it's Saturday. I have absolutely no idea where Saturday went. It just didn't feel like an entire day went by. I don't know how to explain it.

It's all very strange. But it was a good day. Even if it feels like it didn't really happen.

I've been up for 3 hours. So I was walking for about 2. I think I'll just go back to sleep. I can't deal with it being Sunday, and my final exam being so fucking close. This one might hurt a little. I never have any idea how I do in this class. My grades stretch from 00-12. So, failing or top marks. I'm sort of hoping for a 4th 10. It would just a way too perfect end to say goodbye to that life. I really can't wait for it to be over.

I feel really weird. It's just strange. I already said that.

Yeah, just shut up already.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Busy busy.

I feel like I have absolute zero time for relaxing these days. And when I do have the chance, I just seem to have forgotten how. I stress a lot. It's... Well, stressing.

I like life a lot at the moment, though. Even if I've forgotten how to relax. Yesterday was particularly insane/awesome. First I went and donated blood, then for a super-long walk at the lakes, then home, then off to Østerbro to see my new room, then Vesterbro to get the keys (yay!), then straigt to my mom's place to borrow the car and drive out to where one of my school-mates live. We were seven girls and we spent 3 hours (the others actually spent 5 in total) spraypainting and decorating banners for when we graduate next week. It's gonna be seriously amazing - and our truck is gonna be the prettiest of them all. Maybe it was the fumes, maybe not, but we were all incredibly excited and kept shreiking and clapping and shit. Very girly. It was good fun.

I slept at my mom's because it was closer + I got to spend time with my wonderful littlebrother. It really is amazing to have him back home.

I really don't have time to blog. In 40 minutes I'm leaving to meet up with Pernille, and then guess who we're seeing live? John Mayer, that's who. That man is gonna charm me out of my panties (figuratively, anyway).

Later tonight I guess I'm going out. Mainly because it'll be the last night at Stengade for about a month, which'll be the longest I've gone without Stengade since November or something. That'll be weird.

So bye.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008


I can't sleep.

Which is very much my own fault - I fell asleep watching the season premiere of Weeds at about 8PM. Now I'm awake and not about to go back to wonderland anytime soon.

I had a pretty weird dream. About a boy. But it was nice in the dream. Way weird, though.

What does one do at 3:30 in the morning? I just downloaded Firefox 3.0, and hello neatness! Only thing I'm missing so far is a Noia Extreme update. But, I actually like the new default layout enough that I might not go back that road. Which is a little weird, since I've been using Firefox with Noia since I got my first personal computer.

I saw the perfect boy today. I've never seen anything like him before. I know it sounds weird, but SHIT. Everything down to his shoes, coat, bag, and headphones was basically exactly what I would pick out for the ideal guy. At first I was sure that he then had to have an ugly-ass face. I hate those turn-around-uglies, that look great from behind and not-so-much from the front. But no, this one was adorable. He even looked right about my age.

Yeah, that's really weird.

Ahh, I can't stop thinking about that dream. It was very... I don't know. It was just, WHOA. I don't think I have a very sublte subconsciousness, because this was right IN YOUR FACE, UNNI. GO FOR IT. Very strange.

It's starting to get light outside. Birds are singing.

If I don't fall asleep again watching the rest of Weeds then I think I'll go for a walk. I love mornings. I'm definitely a morning person. They're just so fresh and new and a perfectly clean slate everyday to start from. The best mornings are those summermornings when it's been raining all night, but then right before sunrise the sky becomes clear. Everything smells like rain and summer. I love that. Or, wintermornings aren't bad either. Not the ones with snow, but the ones where it's gone just below freezing during the night and all the grass is crunchy and white. The air is so bloody crisp and clean those mornings.

Whoa, right now, I miss living back home. In the winter.


Weeds and then sleep / a walk.

Good shit.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Everyone Nose

N*E*R*D is BACK, bitches.

Monday, June 16, 2008


I kept putting off writing again, because I still don't have the pics from last Saturday and then it just got silly.

I'll just call Saturday night FUNNN and fucked and dramatic. But most of all wayyyy fun.

Then my brother came home from the States on Wednesday. My mom, my stepdad, and I waited for 6 hours at the airport Wednesday morning, because his plane was apparantly way delayed. It wasn't really that bad, and it's the first time in a very long time that I've spent that much time alone with the two and actually liked it. It was nice.

And then he came home and I've never been happier. I'm torn between not believing that he's actually here, and not believing that he was actually gone. We went and saw Iron Man on Thursday, and that movie was just COOL. I like Robert Downey Jr..

I've been working all weekend, Friday to Sunday. Saturday I did go out, though, with Ida and Mira. The concert we went to see (Sha La Las) was extremely uninspired and it was way obvious that they didn't really care to be there, so that was a bit dissapointing. Though I do like seeing them play live, it's just way more fun. And the night was fun as well, as there was this bar with a dancefloor just downstairs, and me and Mira did some good ol' bootyshakin'. The place was completely empty, and we were just dancing around. It was good fun. It's been a while since I've danced to Rihanna and that kinda stuff.

I only got two hours of sleep before Sunday so I was pretty dead yesterday.

Tomorrow I have my Psychology exam, and I don't think Imma do that great. I haven't done much revising, so it'll be my own fault. I'm not even nervous yet, which is a bad sign. I usually do the best when I've been really nervous, if that makes any sense.

Since we got kicked out of this apartment(ish) I've been looking for a new place, and I think I've finally found it. It's this awesome... I have absolutely no idea what it's called in English. It's a huge apartment in Copenhagen Ø, and there's 5 other girls aside from me sharing a kitchen, bath, and extra toilet. It's fucking awesome. Marble floors and shizz. I have to call the landlord today, but it's pretty certain that I'll get it.

One thing that sucks about it is that it's really way out of my pricerange. I'm gonna be really poor this summer. But I just need somewhere to live. I'll probably get a dorm-room before way too long.

I really need to do some psychology revising today. Ahhhh.

I'm off.

BTW, I made this while I was waiting at the airport. I think it's pretty neat:

Ida postergirl.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Weezer - Pork and Beans.

Hi-fucking-larious. Chris Crocker ftw.

Still have loads of stuff that need to be written about, but I haven't been up to it today. Too hungover. So tomorrow: pictures from Friday, maybe some from last night, and the stories that go along with them.

I'm off to bed.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

We Are Going Underground...

TONIGHT. @ Stengade30. Awesomeness will ensue.

I don't remember when I last had an actual bad day. They just don't happen anymore.

I've been having some more-than-great days lately. Especially yesterday was brilliant: Sex and the City with Melissa and Ida, plus Sha La Las (HILARIOUS) and chillin' in Kongen's Have. It was great. I'll post pics when I get them from Ida's, since I used her cam to take 'em.

Tonight is gonna be the night to top it, I believe.

But for right now, I'm gonna watch an episode of Skins. LoveloveLOVE that show (thank you IDA)


Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Near-perfect Day.

Sometimes a day just comes together exactly as it should, and you don't even have to plan it.
I started today with a verbal exam in Geography at 8AM. I'd been up most of the night studying, taking it so far that I really only got one hour of sleep. But I still did good. I got a 10, which is the second highest grade in our system.

After that, I went home. Watched an episode of Skins (a show that I've become completely addicted to) and fell asleep. I actually slept until about 1PM, when I decided that I couldn't just sit at home all day when they weather is so gorgeous. So I went downtown with an actual purpose: buying a new power-cord-thing for my printer, as mine has gone mysteriously missing. I found that, and ended up continuing my seemingly endless hunt for that skirt. I've been looking for a simple, black skirt, preferably somewhat high-waisted and not too short, nor too long. It's been almost impossible. It seems all the shops want you to buy is shorts, shorts, shorts. It seems that everytime I see a black item with that skirt-on-a-rack look, it turns out to be a pair of shorts instead. Very frustrating.

But, today I found it! I've been searching desperately, even going in to several stores way above my pricelevel. But, today was the day. And it is perfect. Ish.

Another wonderful surprise today, was when I stopped by a 7/11 on my way home. 7/11 has started selling Reece's Cups! One of my most missed chocolately items from my time in the States is now available right down on the corner. Just awesome.

Tonight is the opening night of Copenhagen Distortion, which is gonna be bloody brilliant, if I have to be British about it.

So, as I said, an almost perfect day. I'm not sure what would have made it completely perfect. Maybe a little more human company, though I guess I'll be getting my social needs met tonight.

Now, I have to go shower and all.


PS: The city has been CRAWLING with adorable boys today. Apparantly they all go into hiding during the winter and wait until summer to come outside. It is very much appreciated by my eyes, I'll tell ya that.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Climbing Rainbows

Sha La Las

Hilarious live, I'll be seeing them again next Friday.

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Copenhagen Livin'.

The last few days have been spent walking around the city. Since I moved here, I've really grown fond of Cph. Especially Frederiksberg, though. It's just so... Green and it feels like a city inside the city - which is actually what it is, as it is it's own municipality. I like it. I'm thinking about looking for my very own place there, but it's pretty hard to get anything since it is pretty popular place.

So yes, yesterday was exactly as I said it would be. I walked around the city and took a lot of pictures of Copenhagen in the summer. I ended it with two hours of reading and basic chillin' in Kongens Have, along with the rest of Copenhagen's youth. I ended the day with going back to my mom's place for dinner, since my uncle and his wife was in town, and then I watched the amazing season finale of LOST with Anders. A-w-e-s-o-m-e-!

Today, Melissa and I went to the open house at CBS (Copenhagen Business School) to hear a 'lecture' on the education I am planning on pursuing. It was really great, even if they didn't tell me that much that I hadn't found out for myself in advance. They did give some more information on what you can actually use it for, when you're done with school. I'm really excited, and I'm looking forwards to starting September 1st.

Afterwards, we were surprised to find a sort of a festival outside, so we just hung out for hours and watched teenage-bands and kiddie-cheerleaders. Had lunch, did a little shopping, and it was just really nice.

I bough my first vinyl today. And I'm finally being serious about finding a damn record player, something I've wanted forever. So today, I bought a limited edition JUNO soundtrack (it's really cool - the record itself is orange), and Imma get that darn recordplayer as soon as possible.

Next week is my second out of four verbal exams, but I'm not too nervous. The week to come also brings two nights on the town, both Wednesday and Saturday, and a mini-concert on Friday. I think I'm gonna try and arrange a girlfriend-trip to see Sex and the City as well. It's gonna be a good one.

I leave you with pictures of Copenhagen. And, well, an actual outfit-picture.
The city of bikes.


Kongens Have (King's Garden)

Dirty mirror
Dress: Oasis, cardigan: Vero Moda, leggins: H&M