Happy International Hot & Spicy Day!
I have absolutely no idea what national means in this context. But that really doesn’t matter ’cause I really really really want to participate in hot and spicy day. If “national” means American I’m gonna be American for a day, if it means Australian I’m gonna be Australian for a day and if it means Faroese I’m gonna be Faroese for a day. Because if there is spicy food you can be sure I’m there.
Delicious, warm, spicy chili. Perfect for the incredibly cold winter weather.
(And way better than the awful shepherd’s pie we’re gonna have for dinner in a moment – yuck! Meat and potatoes are NOT my favorite food – I think I’ll have the piece of salmon which we have in the fridge)
Right now I’m writing the second biggest assignment in the Danish high school system. You write 3 big ones during the high school years. The second one – called SRO – has to be written in two of your A-levels. You choose yourself, and then the teachers give you the “problem” which you have to solve.
So… I chose physics and biotechnology (yes, I am a nerd). And guess what I got? Quantum Physics. Seriously? That is the hardest part of physics ever. Gosh…
The physicist Feynman once said: “If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don’t understand quantum mechanics.”
Wonderul… My brain is… well… tangled I guess.
It is okay though. I like challenges and I think I might understand (or not?!) it now. Well, I should not say say that since it basically means I don’t.
Anyways – I’m done now and I actually think (and hope) it went quite well. Looking forward to hearing what the teachers think.
Anyways – back to the wonderful chili.
Once again: Happy International Hot & Spicy Food Day