Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Unlucky, or maybe not?

Hi everyone. Yesterday, I was on my way to the Japanese embassy in Copenhagen when I realised that I had forgotten my passport at home. No passport = No visa. The following picture sums it all up. (Contains some swearing, be warned)



















Needless to say, I was quite annoyed. However, when I came home, I discovered that I had made some mistakes when filling in the application form the night before. I also remembered that I had to send an arrival notice to the university in Kyoto before the 24th of August. Had I not forgotten my passport, I probably wouldn't have remembered this at all. So it all turned out okay in the end. Now I have double-checked all of my documents and made sure I have everything in order. Today, I WILL apply for my visa, right and proper.

Oh, and I got Thief 2 to work on my computer last night, too. I'm on a roll, baby! Until next time, have a good day!

12 comments:

  1. What a helpful chain of events

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  2. Funny how things can work themselves out like that!

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  3. hahahaha im sorry im laughing at that, but the photo is pretty funny.

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  4. pffft, that's nothing! Once I traveled 40 kilometers to my house from a party, when I got to my house I realized I forgot my keys, then I traveled back and found out that the keys were in my pocket the whole time and then I had to drive back again.

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  5. Sometimes, things happen for a reason.

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  6. Are you not worried about the radiation in Japan?

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  7. I just read you post about your gf being in Japan.

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  8. Lucky it was for a reason. The worst is when you forget something and go home and still can't find it, only to realize you had it all along in a sneaky compartment or something. Nothing could make you feel like more of a retard.

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  9. I would have been freaking out really badly. You handled this a lot better than me.

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  10. Must be nice to travel, eh buddy?

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