I’m not exactly sure what was going on, but apparently it was “Kids Pee on the Street Day” which did not get a nice banner like the one outside of city hall proclaiming “CONDOM DAY 6/9”. I am going to city hall on condom day, but I suspect that at best I will just see a guy dressed in a condom suit and some health official talking about how Daegu has the condom problem covered. While I know that condom day is forthcoming, I was not aware about public urination day which was apparently scheduled to coincide with my day off for Memorial Day this year.
It started with lox and bagels. I really wanted lox and bagels. I woke up on Wednesday and thought over breakfast about lox and bagels. As lunch time drew nearer I knew I wanted lox and bagels. I knew nothing else would satisfy but lox and bagels. But I live in
I was a little confused, or a lot confused. There is a public restroom about seven feet from where I am standing (and I know this as I’ve used that restroom) and it seems that walking in the store and hitting that restroom would make a lot more sense. Apparently not to grandma or little girl for reasons that remain unclear. You must understand, those of you who have not lived in
There are about ten bakeries all back to back on the street in bakery district which only makes sense in
When I woke up I decided to go out to the market and go shopping. I packed myself up and headed out to get some fabric and enjoy the day. I got to the market no problem and found the fabric mart, and was enjoying myself. As I walked through the crowded streets on the food row I walked past a mostly naked seven year old who was standing in front of, right in front of, the grill while his mother held his penis and direct the flowing stream into a bottle. On food street, and there was a public restroom like seven feet away from where they were sitting. And eating. Eating with like fifteen other Koreans while the seven year old relieved himself in a bottle. I almost lost my lox.
Maybe it was me. Maybe it was the bagels.
Happy Condom Day 6/9 don’t forget to give a glove to someone you love.