Relationships end sometimes and that sucks. Since I am apparently incapable of dating people who live in the same municipality as I do, my ex-boyfriend lived pretty far away. As a result, so does a lot of the junk I accumulated whilst dating him.
I live in Helsinki and he lives in Oulu. Here's a map.
You're welcome. But what is this Vihanti? That's where my boyfriend's parents live. I'm going to visit my boyfriend's parents next week and I thought hey, I could go and get all my crap. It would be logistically favourable, I thought, to make Jukka drive to Oulu in a car, pick up my stuff, and carry it home with me on the train in a couple of weeks than it is to get ex-boyfriend to send it in the post or make other arrangements.
This would be fine, but ex-boyfriend's new girlfr... okay we need a presentation.
So I was saying. Ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend is foreign, but currently staying in Finland. That means I have to go and get my stuff while she's there. I don't feel like enacting bloodthirsty vengeance but I have to go and sort out my personal stuff and I'd rather do it alone. That's okay, because she can go for a walk or a coffee while I'm there. But I also have to bring Jukka because he can drive and I can't. I was talking to ex-boyfriend about the logistics of this and he said he didn't mind if boyfriend came. But I said no, mostly because my boyfriend has the sense to mind his own business and wouldn't involve himself anyway, but mostly because i was afraid what would happen if you get all four of us in one room. I guessed it would be like dividing by zero.
But in Switzerland..
After which it should be called the Stacy-Jukka-ex-newgirl particle. You're welcome, subatomic physics.