This morning, I woke up to find that Mikulás (a.k.a. Santa Claus) didn’t visit me at my apartment, so I was rather disappointed seeing how it was the night he visits Hungary. And I really thought I had been nice this year! Fortunately, the problem would redeem itself when I arrived at school. My Business Law class began with an unexpected surprise…
He bore a strange resemblance to the director of my MBA program, but I was too distracted by his big red bag full of szaloncukor that he distributed to everyone who was on time (a challenge for a class that isn’t usually held first thing every morning). I assume it’s just coincidence that bribery was one of the topics of today’s lesson.
And people think that law is boring. It’s clearly just misunderstood…
Hungarian word of the day:
It’s pronounced “ME-cool-osh,” and it is the Hungarian name for Santa Claus (coming from the name Nicholas).