We had our final dinner for the intro weeks of Stockholm School of Business, as I told you before… I was in a secret group of 22 new students doing cool things, so here are pics from that! Now… back to studying microeconomics and accounting.
Picture credit: Cecilia Eyem and Föreningen Ekonomerna – Stockholms Universitet
Our nation was France, so I dressed up as the Eiffel tower and Ms. Thatswhatshesaid was a mimer. Ermagehrd I just remembered we’re going to travel together on Sunday! EXCITEMENT!
The faddrar entertaining us new students with a lovely passionate dance routine
A student sittning at the School of Business is an evening of three-course dinners with lots of singing and performances + dancing and a confession booth! As usual it starts with a lovely förfest. The dress code varies but for this semester it’s 1 – countries, 2 – Disney! (each faddergrupp is assigned a Disney movie). 3 – Fanciness (suit and tie, evening gown).
Loads of performances happen throughout the night with competitions, humour clips, dancing, singing (including a special singing performance from the chairman himself) and so many more random entertainment events. The following video contains explicit material not appropriate for viewers under 18.
So in conclusion, a wonderfully fun and brilliant evening for laughing, singing, eating, drinking, dancing and getting to know one another (especially in the confession booth)!
Thursday night we had our final dinner for the intro weeks for us micronomists and we turned into economists. Prizes for best dressed, best new students, best fadder and the likes were given and there were so many beautiful performances throughout the night and I was in one of the secret ones! We were 22 students picked out of 500 to perform the secret dance performance.
Faddrar doing their first routine and the winning group was Spain!
Cute company by my table
Winner of this years male micronomist and the saxophone we used for our secret performance.
It’s difficult to be unhappy when you hang out with good people all the time, have interesting dinners/luncheons with great thinkers and go out dDet går ju inte att vara olycklig när man umgås med bra twice a week. Getting kissed when you wake up and getting to study something that you’re truly passionate about helps…! I’m so excited I feel a bit uncomfortable but I’m going to stop treating happiness like something strange. On to my Thursday!
The night started at Laserdome with Snickers ice cream and Gato Negro outside of the actual “the dome” where we played cards, darts, pinballs, chess and just hung out. I hurt myself incredibly in the last arena fight against our faddrar. I saw it too much as The Hunger Games so I sprained my ankle and got an iPhone-sized bump on my forehead when I ran into a hiding spot that turned out to be a wall…
After a quick wardrobe change for me we met up at Sturecompagniet where we danced until our shoes couldn’t take no more. I scurried off to meet my friends and we sat at TGIF’s until closing time and then we talked about our financial dreams as we strolled along Strandvägen…
The most beautiful Jo had a party on her private island with a small group of lovely people last Friday night. We had so much fun it felt like when we were being silly on the beach in Mombasa. It was awesome to hang with probably some of the most well-read yet random and funny people in Stockholm. As with all friends of Jo – gathered at the party were only free spirits with an appetite for cake(s) and so. much. food. I feel nauseous just thinking about it now. Happy birthday my silly friend and I can’t believe that we’ll have been friends for half our lives in January!!! erhmagerd aj löv ju ♥,
We had an awesome and lovely night out at the prestigious venue of Café Opera last night. The venue where royalty and celebrity such as Mick Jagger and Madonna have partied at since 1980. The event was for exchange students and Swedish students of the School of Business. We started the night with a pre-party (Swedish: förfest, the verb “to pre-party”: föra - a commonly used word) at one of our faddrars lovely apartment in the city. We played beerpong and got to know each other better.
As nightfall came we continued onward to the club where the place was jam-packed with exchange students from Indonesia to Ecuador and Swedish students from Närke to Kiruna. When the clock turned eleven we opened the doors to the public and the party really started. A mix of Stockholm’s best party people gathered together under one roof, dancing the night away on four different floors to awesome house DJ’s.
Me and Ms. Thatswhatshesaid met Mr. Cutting at the burger shop outside when we felt like walking out for a bit of fresh air. So lovely to meet awesome people. Some of us got to know each other a whole lot better (if you know what I mean see the pic above). The most party-esque of us danced until closing time or until our feet were sore. All in all – an absolutely fabulous and fun night to start the semestre!
P.S. The dresscode was cocktail so I prepared with my Tokyuu-necklace and Ferragamo-inspired dress so I felt a bit dressed up :p .
We were VIP’s last year at Amnesia at their Matinée opening. Being at the VIP section and the regular section are two very different experiences. I think I liked being out on the floor instead of upstairs more this year just because there were
better awesome artists. We arrived at around midnight and I stayed until 6 in the morning when Pendulum were forced to shut down. They didn’t have acrobatic strippers that came down on the crowd with ropes like last year but instead the artists jumped into large plastic balls and crowdsurfed!
Sushi at the restaurant with Andris, fake bar-hopping with him + Filip and then being at Collage for hours. It was fun in a weird way. At one point I got a very stupid idea, then everything went dark and I realized I had acted on said stupid idea and I thought I was going to get reported to the police, but luckily some few words I picked up in chem class got me out of it. Also, I really don’t think they would’ve done it anyways.
Today was the most awesome day at the restaurant yet. My aunts husband is a professor of sorts at a university for athletes and stage performers and they had won some international contest for entertainment. I miss the circus life sometimes, people who regularly use their body for recreation and not just “oh my god I have to work out because that’s good for me” are usually much happier people. Or maybe it’s just the fact that they are born entertainers and know how to enjoy themselves and have a good time. Around 30-40 athletes from all across the world were there and had a party and it was fudging awesome as hell getting to talk about neutropics, agility and to do it in so many languages. EMOCIONADAAAA! It was fun is all.