Schaben im Bad

„Iiiihhh, Schaben!“ – Ja, es war irgendwie schon etwas eklig. Aber man muss auch mal die hässlichen Dinge dieser Welt thematisieren. Manche Menschen werden mit sowas berühmt, Gottfried Benn zum Beispiel und seine Schöne Jugend.

Es trug sich also zu, dass ich, noch bevor sich der neue Wasserkocher in der Küche mit mir bekannt machte, indem er zwei Mal am selben Tag heißes Wasser über meine linke Hand statt in die Tasse ergoss, bei der Rasur eines meiner Beine etwas zu hastig und unkonzentriert zugange war, sodass das strömende Blut den Wasserfluten gen Abguss folgte, was ich allerdings nicht allzu ernst nahm, da doch die verursachte Wunde nur sehr oberflächlich aussah, was im Grunde auch gar nicht falsch war, aber im eigentlichen Grunde auch gar nicht allzu richtig, denn wie ich wenig später feststellte, hatte ich mit dem Rasierer Haut von meinem Bein abgeschabt, die nun am Weiterrasieren hinderte.


12 Antworten to “Schaben im Bad”

  1. Viktoria Says:

    Schaben im Bad und ein Bein fast ab…
    Was machet se denn?!?

    • misslinge Says:

      Liebe Wilma,

      da liegt wohl ein kleines Missverständnis vor. Die Überschrift soll eigentlich ein Wortspiel sein, schließlich habe ich mir Haut abgeSCHABt. 😉

  2. Walter Hedgehog Says:

    durschaben ?

    Dear Frau G. Linge, it´s nice too that my colleague Gottfried is getting famous at least, after having such a hard life.
    I think there´s chance for you too to get famous by your razoredge poetry from Exepoint. But what do you think about another technique to get famous, means
    dursch dicke-bretter-bohren instead durschaben

    If you like this mind forging, the next associative term could be moll-schaben.

    • misslinge Says:

      I’ve already had enough fame when I was admired by my soft toys dur-schtrommelnandsinging. Maybe it’s a good idea only to write about Bluesschaben.

  3. Walter Hedge-Haag Says:

    Dear Mrs, G.Linge, oh fine to hear you played schtrommel.. As beeing a parttime promoter of our little stage at HØG Tübingen, a may bring you together with some of our schtrom-guitar-men, wenn du wieder zuhause bist, yeah?
    looking forward igl w.h.

  4. Mr. Churchyard Says:

    Dear Mrs. Linge,

    finally, I find some rest to enjoy your amusing assembly of abused german Bildungs-quotations and puns on your own name. I admire today’s technical options to literarize both piddling and significant travel-and-studying experiences and wonder what travelling students in middle high german Mären would have made of it. Is blogging a way of home-sickness, though?
    Hanns Fischer asks me to send you his best regards and also wants me to add verse 17042 from Gottfried v. Straßburg’s „Tristan“: „Daz golt daz ist diu linge“.

    Best from Tübingen
    M. Churchyard

    • misslinge Says:

      Dear Mr Churchyard,

      Unfortunately I didn’t really get the part about Hanns
      As I have so many lectures and seminars this term

      Please send Mr Fischer my best regards as well; I will deal with his impressive book during, if not before the Christmas holidays. Perhaps you could add that I was quite happy about the verse he chose for me.
      The students from the past would probably have written amusing texts of about 150 to 2000 verses, written in rhyming couplets, dealing with foreign, betrayed husbands, for example, or fellow students who put corpses into a river, simply because they don’t understand what their actual task is.
      The idea about homesickness is really interesting. Still, for me this blog serves as a kind of public diary in the first place: it helps to remember special situations and thoughts and it keeps other people informed. (And it is probably a kind of narcissistic self-portrayal.)

      Kind regards,
      diu linge

      p.s.: There are so many people with so many different blogs that it can only be a form of homesickness for certain bloggers. There is probably something narcissistic to every blogger.

      • Mr. Churchyard Says:

        Dear Vrouwe Linge (paralleled to Vrouwe Minne, although, of course, something completely different – especially as Vrouwe Minne is forceful, vicious etc.; you see, my Tristan-seminar awfully affects me),

        Hanns Fischer just told me you shouldn’t indulge in too self-analyzing statements, as he supposes that Mr. Churchyard just wanted to read that you miss Tübingen. (Right he is) Also, he says that – although being absent from the uni for more than 40 years now – he mistrusts students‘ promises on principle – but I’ve finally convinced him that yours, no doubt, is trustworthy…
        Furthermore, Prof. Dr. Fischer reminds me of my status as a lecturer and states that it doesn’t suit his pre-1968-idea of academic dignity to communicate with students on extra-curricular issues. He says, it’s moral decline, I told him it’s fun – probably a generation problem…
        Still, Hanns Fischer and I both strongly oppose your idea that Mären-students nowadays would simply write the same stories in a different medium. You should re-consider this disappointing adaption of the english saying „Same shit, new wrapping“ and maybe even integrate the new result into your newsletters from Exeter…

        So much for this time,
        Mr. C. (who might be short of time the next week or so) and the Fischer king

  5. Walter Hedge-Haag Says:

    Oh,Mr. Churchyard, I like your openhearted discussion, especially about the pre/post 68 way , but although I do like Mrs. L. self-critical statements on narcissm. There she could be a model for a lot of our academic collegues and www friends.


  6. In der Birne von Ribbecka « Der Miss Linge ihr Exeter Wide Weblog Says:

    […] Lesen des Buches hatte, denn wer genauer hingeschaut hat, hat vielleicht bemerkt, dass mein Artikel Schaben im Bad auch aus nur einem Satz besteht, naja, eigentlich nur der zweite Absatz des Artikels, aber […]

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