So I finally got my act together and have signed up for six weeks of “Survival Georgian” classes, and my first class is on Monday. In the meantime I’ve been compiling a list of things I wished I was able to say in Georgian during the two weeks I’ve been here, but that I am doubtful the class is going to cover. These include:
- The corner of the ceiling in the bathroom seems to have fallen. Help?
- Please, for the love of all that is holy, please stop yelling outside my window. It is 3 am.
- Hello small children. Please stop knocking on my door and running away. It wasn’t funny the first time, or the subsequent ten times.
- Dear sir, you seem to be confused. Let me assure you that I was in line before you.
- COULD SOMEONE JUST EXPLAIN TO ME HOW I USE THIS BOX TO PAY FOR THINGS?
- No really, I don’t need 2 kilos of eggplants. Really. No, seriously. Please stop handing me eggplants.