It’s been a hell of a week. That was the week that was. Etc.
The End Of The Jungle.
A television show, which I believe is called “I’m a celebrity get me outta here” in England, came to an end. The wrong person won.
Everybody became depressed until Heidi Klum turned up yesterday with Germany’s Next Top Model. Now everybody is happy again.
The Shaving Accident.
This week has been dominated by the shaving accident. I’ve been fending off twenty-somethings who have been trying to give me shaving tips.
I’ve been travelling a lot lately. I was on a plane or two. I hate planes. I did manage to get to the correct city on every single occasion, which doesn’t always happen but that is a story we’ll save for another time. That is all I can say about business travel.
It has been an excellent week on Snapchat with some really strong work. Greg, who was shit last week, has been excellent this week. My wife has been knocking Snapchats out of the ballpark and Steffi has had a special week too. Sascha has performed well. Rouven needs to up his game. Up your damn game Rouven. Seriously.
I’ve never won a prize, a fact that isn’t going to change anytime soon, I’m afraid. I realised this week that I’m not going to win a Grimme Prize, which is really rather depressing. I wanted to win the Grimme Prize for the best Non-German-Blogger-Blogging-in-Germany-But-Not-In-German award. It’s just not going to happen and I need to find closure on this.
I talked to a goose about content marketing. “Content first!”, I said. The goose wasn’t really that bothered about content marketing and asked me to be on my way.
I have been smoke free for 17 days 21 hours and 45 minutes.
Living the dream.
I experienced another “living the dream” moment this week. Living the dream moments are moments that normally occur during the evening and normally during business travel. They describe the gaping void between your perception of my day and what my day is actually like. Yesterday I saw a German C-Level-Celebrity eating a BiFi. In an airport. She seemed to be enjoying it.
Facebook happened this week. You know that I’ve just said that everyone was sad about the jungle show finishing and everyone being happy that Germany’s Next Top Model was back. Well, that’s not strictly true. There are quite a lot of people who think these shows have no grace, no relevance and that they are void of any dignity what so ever. Thankfully, the same people that think this, have been appearing on Facebook necking a bottles of beer. Either that or they have been publishing little films about their wonder years on Facebook. Yes, Facebook happened this week.