Okay sooo I am really struggling both with a way to make this about learning AND apparently struggling with a problematic obsession with pajamas in public.

The situation is this - I just had a few beers with a friend and was walking down a narrow sidewalk when this guy passes by. Like a cartoon character, I immediately spin around as soon as he passes and I am drunk enough to think video taping is okay.

So there I am, walking down the street at 10pm, mind you a fine time to be wearing pajamas, and videotaping some guy. Needless to say, as soon as I stopped filming, I burst out laughing at how ridiculous the situation actually was. And I really started to ask, 'what is wrong with me?'

That will then be our learning topic, how to ask yourself, 'What is wrong with me?'

Please leave your suggestions below.

"Wearing pajamas in public is...." 在公共场所穿睡衣是 zài gōng gòng chǎng suǒ chuān shuì yī shì...."

Comment by Brandon on January 17, 2011 at 7:21am
@http://emphatical.tumblr.com/ emphatical on tumblr suggests - “我这是怎么了?” "wŏ zhè shì zĕn me le?" - does that work for, "what's wrong with me?"


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