Xavier, I can't. I've... I've really got to write, okay?
But, Wendy, you will write tomorrow. Come on!
No. This is my diary. You know, I need to be disciplined.
Wendy, you're too serious, you know!
What do you mean, I'm too serious?
You are not a nun! Come on! Come with us tonight, please!
Listen! I'm not a nun! I just don't want to go out with... e-e-everyone! I don't like clubs and... and I don't like dancing. Maybe I'm not your idea of a typical trendy London girl, but techno music bulls me, all right? And if I'm a nun because I don't get out of this house enough for you guys, then that's too bad!
When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everythings unknown, virgin... After you've lived here, walked these streets, you'll know them inside out. You'll know these people. Once you've lived here, crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times... it'll belong to you because you've lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn't know it yet.
It's contradictory to defend Catalan at the very moment we're creating a European Union.
Catalan Student 2:
I don't agree. First of all, because we're dicussing identity. There's not one single valid identity, but many varied and perfectly compatible identities. It's a question of respect. For example, I have at least two identities: my Gambian identity, which I carry internally, and my Catalan identity. It's not contradictory to combine identities.