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I worked as a removalist.
The host was the Aussie guy I met at a camp.
http://kenichiokuma.blog86.fc2.com/blog-entry-114.html
http://kenichiokuma.blog86.fc2.com/blog-entry-115.html

He lived in such a nice house.
It had a large sunny room as well as other nice rooms and a huge balcony too.
I really wanted to live there. haha

For the first two hours, I was loading stuff onto a truck.
Since I wasn't used to it, I got very tired.
I was wondering if I could keep it up for the whole day.

After that, we moved to storage and unloaded those things.
I then went back home and cleaned up the house.
Since I was able to adapt to different kinds of jobs,
I finished my work somehow even though we were running late from the original schedule.

Moving is always troublesome, isn't it

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. captivate (in a newspaper)
= to keep sb's close attention by being extremely interesting, attractive, etc
2. chafe (in a newspaper)
= to feel annoyed and impatient about sth, especially because it limits what you can do
3. pout (in a newspaper)
= push your lips, to show you are annoyed or to look sexually attractive

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