|Cressida (delphica) wrote in cirque_msg,|
@ 2018-01-02 11:23:00
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Nov 20th, morning
I’ve noticed many of us plan on attending multiple events this week. Rather than spend earnings on several sets of formal wear with the holidays coming up, who would be interested in pooling dresses or suits and sharing as size constraints allow? I’m sure the dress shops in Vienna are thrilled that they’re being almost singlehandedly kept afloat by Cirque employees, but we’ll have plenty of needier economies to stimulate elsewhere
and this dress buying spree is absurd. I’ll arrange a rack in the costuming tent if there’s interest.
1) Don't make it more complicated. Just tell her you like her. Don’t make her play a game of Clue.
2) No. Glass heels are a horrible idea. Don’t bother the costumers.
3) It’s “Guten abend” to say good night. “Gute nacht,” is for someone you live with, or you're sleeping with. Don’t say this casually, it’s the German equivalent of singing the hook from Lady Marmalade at someone you’ve just met. If you must, make sure the ‘cht’ sound is soft. A hard ‘kht’ means “good naked.” Results vary. Use your imagination.