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Some theorists consider it to be the fourth, together with epos, lyric poetry and drama, kind of fiction literature. Essays are based on real facts. All the described cases of my student life really had taken place. All the characters of the essays are the students of the Kemerovo Medical Institute of different hrre. These are the reports of retro- events. For wome convenience, my dear reader, I arranged my narration in Early signs of falling in love form of separate stories. Life is life, and, womeen, all of us are mortal. Now, forty years later, we colpon good bye forever to many of our former fellow students and lecturers.

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Finally the head of the examination board picked up my examination paper and my pieces of paper with the answers and asked what had happened that I was almost late to the exam. And I honestly told womeh about everything Slutt the gamut of emotions and swirl of thoughts and about the trip I made. And then his words imprinted themselves in my mind: He wrote something in my examination record book and gave it to me, and said: I looked into the book only when I was in the hall and there was an excellent grade there. Mini-dorm Right after my ahead of schedule enrollment to the institute my parents became concerned by the necessity to find a decent place for me to stay at, as it was a long way to travel from Kedrovka every day, and the trips took a lot of time.

Now I do not even remember, but I was introduced to four guys, three of who were the second-year students: Funny enough that Zhenya and I happened to study in the same students' group These guys were occupying two rooms in a house and agreed to make room for me. It was later when I had come to a conclusion that it was better for a student to live alone, but at that time I was impressed that the second year students would give me pieces of advice about "what and how" at the institute. Though here is what I wanted to write about. The guys had an agreement that they ate at the place where they lived, and after I joined them, we developed a schedule my day was Wednesday, on Saturday and Sunday each of us could eat where and how he wished, for example, I used to go to Kedrovka to my parents and agreed about the amount of money, which each of us had to spend to buy food.

The tastiest days were when Zhora Chernobai was on duty. He himself loved to eat and spoiled us as well. He could make pancakes for the whole gang and make some of them with stuffing. Or he could bake pies filled with liver sausage or make a real borsh. Two or three Saturdays in a row I was frying tons of potatoes what I could do on lard. And though the guys were praising me, I felt that I was repeating myself. Those who read him - remember, like Schweik made up his mind to give "horizontal" pleasure to lieutenant Lukash and made chicken soup for him.

Under the impression of this fact I decided to make the guys happy with a chicken soup. I bought a chicken in a store. I chose the bigger one. I bought egg vermicelli - it was a hard-to-get thing at those times. Well, it produced the right effect. When the guys came home, there was such delicious smell of chicken broth from the kitchen which was in the semi-basement, that they became very excited, rubbed their hands, saying - come on, treat us! We came down to the kitchen, sat at the table. The owner had a round table in the kitchen. Started eating, all of us ate with appetite asking for another helping. I was on the seventh heaven. I told the guys about the "horizontal" pleasure.

To put it short, everything was fine. And then, it was the time, and I took the chicken out of the saucepan, and we charged Zhora to cut it. Zhora was the most fair of all of us. Zhora was also pleased with the credit he was given and that he was well-fed, he started tearing the chicken into parts. And then happened what happened. A limp paper bag fell out of the chicken's chest. The paper was the wrapping one, brown. One won't find it these days. I suspected that something was wrong and quietly while everybody were staring at the paper bag moved closer to the stairs leading upstairs.

And I did the right thing by this maneuver. Zhora unwrapped the bag, and a chicken head all in feather, legs with claws and pluck leaver, chicken stomach and heart fell out of it. I decided not to wait longer for further events and like a bullet flew upstairs and shut the door, and even managed to lock it. There were shouting and scolding coming from the kitchen. I was sitting upstairs behind the locked door and exhorting the guys, asking them to calm down reminding them of how much they were praising me and asking for a second helping, as it was really tasty. So what, a head and legs! And if one looks into it, there are no chickens without heads.

I'd rather not said that to them: And suddenly I made an excellent move. I apologized and said that I was going to open the door and come down to them to their mercy. And the guys forgave me. Though Zhenka, a pest, suggested not togive me the chicken meat, but give me the head and legs instead, as there was no chicken without a head. Though the rest of the guys put him to shame, and the dinner was finished in amiable peaceful atmosphere. There were stories about the incident, and all did their best to make it sound as funny as possible. Yes, everything ended up fine, but in a month I left the guys. Five people are too many to have life. Though at those old times Arkasha Bliakher, a red-haired guy from Kishinev.

We met at the Russian exam compositionwe sat at the same desk. So this guy helped me at the exam, he taught me how to check a composition. When reading my composition from its end like Arkadiy advised meI found about ten mistakes. That helped me to receive a satisfactory mark, I overlooked two mistakes yet. After students' groups were formed Arkadiy and I turned to be in the same group Starting from the very first roll call - for some reason teachers felt shy to pronounce Arkasha's family name and used to say Blyukher, or Blekher - each time I would shout: Then it seemed very funny to me, and even more the group would back me with a loud laughter. Arkadiy was annoyed, he told the teachers the correct pronunciation of his family name, yet from his lips it sounded not very convincing.

They say in Odessa that a joke repeated twice - is not a joke any more. In our case it lasted for six years in our group. Of course, with time Arkadiy stopped noticing my attempts, but even in the sixth year the group was greeting my constancy with laughter. Ditto Mkheidze Dmitriy - a handsome Georgian, though a blond with blue eyes. He used to keep saying that the true Imeretines a region in Georgia with its center in Kutaisi are fair-haired and with blue eyes, and that Mkheidze is a time-honored princely family name. I should say that Ditto was a true prince: We made friends with Ditto as well and even shared a room in the first year. So Dimka as I used to call him started teaching me Georgian from the very first days of our meetin.

I was happy to study and was a diligent student. As for Dimka's Russian, he spoke Russian with a very heavy accent at the beginning. One day during one of our rides Dimka and I as usual were practicing in pronunciation of Georgian words ignoring people around us. Suddenly one of the girls who were sitting next to us addressed Ditto and started loudly reprimanding him that he, a Russian guy, was: What was the most important, she held me up as an example, saying: Though Dimka was not a pretty sight, his self-control failed him! He took out his passport, the good thing was that it turned out to be with him, and was shoving it to the girl's face as if saying: He lives in Kutaisi and works as a chief otolaryngologist of Imereti.

Though at those days we used to wash trolleys together, and unload wagons at the "Gastronom" depot. And we also held crisscross competitions during lectures. This Letter of Commendation was made by Vagram himself from a page torn out of a 96 pages notebook then at the lectures we made notes in that kind of notebooks. Here is a story I would like to tell. I do not remember any more where from and where to we were going together with him, but at the stop Drama Theater it happened in winter when streets were slippery with ice a woman slipped and fell down. Two of us, Vagram and I immediately rushed to her, helped her to rise to her feet and even to get on a crowded bus Everything could have been ended just there, but we were in a good mood, and at the very first lecture Vagram and I were telling everyone we approached that we rose to her feet a fallen woman and directed her to a path of true virtue.

We were talking nonsense, but for some reason that rubbish about the fallen women spread around the whole Institute. We were approached by students from other departments who asked us to tell what it was about the fallen woman and how we directed her to the path of true virtue. We were enjoying the unexpected fame. It was such a PR! To put it more exactly - self-made PR. Eugene Eugene Romashov, Zhenya, was the oldest in our group. In the first year he was already He had graduated from a medical school and was an X-ray laboratory assistant. He was born in a city of Kant, which is 20 kilometers away from the capital of Kirgizia - Frunze at that time - and Bishkek now.

Zhenya and I made good friends, he was like a dad to me, or rather like an older brother. I was a quick learner, so I was glad to help him during the classes. From his previous experience it stuck fast in his head that koumiss fermented mare's milk therapy was a panacea for all diseases, and in all classes he would tirelessly repeat this. The professors, some tactfully, and some in a more brusque way, tried to explain to him that Koumiss therapy should be used with caution; after a check-up and that it could be prescribed with consideration of local peculiarities, there, where it was available.

All in all, the criticism and laughter of the group when he would habitually start talking about the koumiss therapy, led to Eugene's not mentioning it. So during a phthisiology class he happened to answer a question about a lungs' tuberculosis treatment. I was diligently prompting to Zhenya, naming the medicines and methodologies, and Zhenya was also diligently repeating them to a professor. And there I told him told Zhenya: I continued to prompt to him, but louder and more persistently: Finally the professor could not contain himself any longer and told him that Syedyshev was prompting correctly: And there Zhenya fired up and for the first time promised to beat me up after the classes.

The group as usual met that maxim with a loud laughter. I want to add a couple of words about our group. If most of the groups were generally female with one or maximum two guys in a group, than group 18 was male. There were eleven of us, guys, and only three girls. He had a very good memory, though he used his gift in a very peculiar way. He could catch someone in a hall, grip his button and tell everything about a carbine arm is meant by this. He knew the inventor of a carbine, his biography and all carbine's parts.

Or he could for no reason at all start talking about hunting or a rifle's calibre. Why it was necessary to know to me, for example, as I also was many times caught by a button I have no idea. There were two ways to stop that "intellectual torture": I do not want at all to say that Slava never bought cigarettes. He bought them, but once a month for his stipend money. And then the situation was the opposite. Slavka would wedge himself in any group, he did not care what the conversation was about; he cut in on it and started foisting on everyone his cigarettes. It was much easier to accept a cigarette than explain to Slava that you had just had one and did not want to smoke.

Slavka could not have cared less about it. Though this piece of reminiscences is not at all about Slava's nicotine adventures, on the contrary, it is about something very different. Slava had a habit to put his briefcase under his pillow. All our group knew about that. So on the eve of the holiday of 7 November during a class I will not make up what kind of class it was, perhaps physiology we were dissecting a frog. I do not remember, who was the first to come with an idea to put the dissected frog into Slavka's briefcase. Zhenya Romashov and I though the oldest in the group, he was a notorious mischief-maker took the most active part in the undertaking. Zhenka took Slava aside, distracted his attention with a question about a microscope or some other trifle, and at that moment I secretly filched a frog from a preparation table, wrapped it in some paper and put it into Slavka's briefcase.

Zhenka and I did not tell anybody about our mischief, for the information would not reach Slavka before the time. We knew that after the classes Slavka would hurry up to the apartment where he rented a room, leave the briefcase there we hoped that under the pillowcollected some stuff and would go home, either to Leninsk or Prokopjevsk, for two or three days. Well, after the holidays, when early in the morning we arrived to the institute, Zhenka and I of course, told everyone about the frog in the briefcase. Everybody was extremely excited. All of us were waiting for Slava to come.

Slava had one more peculiarity: He even set his watch thirty minutes ahead in order not to be late, but it was of little help for him. You can imagine how the group was suffering and scolding the absent Slava for his habit to be late. It was, as it seemed to us then, worse than tortures at Muller's torture chamber. That day Slavka was a whole period late. Though he came before it was over, he did not dare to come into the class room. The classes were over, the professor left, and Slava entered the room. One could not look at him without tears - there was absolute confusion and feeling of doom in his face.

The group fell silent, and Slavka started complaining: It was not there at home, but when I came back to Kemerovo this morning, I feel the smell of rotten stuff in my nose, it is not strong, but permanent". Of course, we started asking how he had spent the holidays. What he was drinking? What he was eating? Whether the cigarettes' smell kills the stink… There were oceans of questions. We felt that Slavka was enjoying attention of the whole group, he did his best to answer with all details and even did not notice that no one went on a break. And then Zhenya gave up and asked where the stink was coming from, and even offered a hint - maybe from pockets or the briefcase.

You know, Slavka was eccentric, but quick witted. Confusion and feeling of doom disappeared from his face, and he yelled: Maybe for a week Slavka was trying to find out who arranged all that for him. Then Zhenka and I invited Slava to a cafeteria and treated him to Zhiguliovskoe beer, so when his soul softened, we confessed in the committed. Slavka was happy with the treat and forgave us. He said that he had suspected that it was two of us, as others were not capable of this. For some reason my parents were convinced that all students were starving. And of course, their own offspring was sitting hungry at the lectures, dreaming about a piece of bread. So not to let me starve to death, I regularly received sacks of potatoes and jars of jam and pork lard - I vividly remember - in postal plywood boxes.

In addition to that I was given sufficient amounts of money to buy food. My mom and dad used to give me the money secretly from each other and asked not to say a word. In those remote days I remember I liked home made Kurniki chicken pies. My mother, Aleksandra Mikhaylovna, made them wonderfully well. Of course, there are bay leaves, black pepper and obligatory salt. All these were in quite a big quantity covered by an upper crust made of yeast dough as well. Kurnik's edges are carefully pinched together for juice not to leak from the inside of it. And then into an oven it goes. Unfortunately, I do not know how long it should sit in the oven, as I never made this meal myself, and had it only ready to be enjoyed.

Of course, my parents knew that I loved kurniki, so just imagine the following situation. My group and I are having a class. And at that time my batya came from Kedrovskiy open cast mine and brought my favorite kurnik. It was huge - of the size of a baking tray from the oven. Batya put it on veneer not to break it and wrapped in towels and something else, I do not remember now, to keep it warm. So there was batya sitting at the institute's administrative building which was in Kirovskiy district and getting at all the passing by students and professors with a question of how he could find his son, Syedyshev Oleg. I think that at the beginning all who were bothered were ready to swear at him, in spite of the fact that batya looked quite respectable.

But no, their intention disappeared as soon as they smelled the odour which was coming through all the rugs the kurnik was wrapped in. Batya would add that he brought a pie to his son and wanted his son to eat it while the pie was still hot. You know, the people changed right away. Everybody wanted to help my batya to find his starving son. At the institute and in the hall on the first floor some animation started, everyone asked each other who Syedyshev Oleg was and how one could find him. My batya was helped by our Dean Muroseyev Lev, if I am not mistaken, or maybe it was not Muroseyev, I do not know, it's not that important.

One of the professors came into the class and apologized to the lecturer and asked him to let Syedyshev leave the class, as there was his father waiting for him at the entrance with a pie. I went out, met and exchanged kisses with batya, accepted the pie. He was a tactful person, mentioned a long trip back as an excuse and quickly left. I do not remember how this happened, the classes were over or something like that, but our whole group gathered around me together with some fellows, and all of us went to try the kurnik.

I will not describe the party in details, just say that each of the present received a small piece of the pie, though there were drunk oceans of wine. Everybody loved the kurnik, I was asked to tell my parents that they were marvelous and wonderful people, and that next time there would be no need to look for me around the institute for a long time. And it was exactly that way; batya brought kurniki many times since then. My grandmother lived in Yagunovka. So in early autumn or rather in September I was going from my grandma by bus 8 and passed the "Gastronom" depot. I already had experience, worked there once in a while, so when I saw several wagons-refrigerators at the depot, I realized that some freight was brought there, and they would hire loaders to unload it.

I quickly got out at the stop and found out that there were three wagons with grapes, which had to be loaded into other wagons to be sent around the region, and that the loaders were not hired yet. The loaders were found each time in the same way: I did my best to convince the people at the depot not to call the dorms, as I would go home and bring my friends, and we would reload all the three wagons. I do not know why, but they trusted me. There were no cell phones at that time, so I went to collect my team as quickly as public transport made it possible.

I decided to go to Tolik Lopatin and Vagram Agadzhanyan, who shared an apartment. They both were tall and strong guys. Tolik and Vagram turned to be at home and agreed to go and do the work, especially as because I learned at the depot, that for each wagon they promised to pay rubles. They were the rubles of the times when one could eat for 50 kopeks in a canteen! We knew that we were fooled anyway, even though that much money was paid to us, so we brought Tolik's huge veneer suitcase to take grapes with us. Yes, in lawyers' language that sounded like "defalcation of socialist property" and provided corresponding liability.

Though, we did not care about all that then. That much stupid we were! Further there is a stenographical report: In the morning our bodies were shaky because of fatigue, but we were satisfied. While the stockkeeper was out once in a while at night, we picked out and put the best bunches of grapes into the suitcase until it was full. The grapes were terrific. As we read, it was some kind of a muscat. Generally speaking, in the morning each of us received the promised rubles. Then with a suitcase full if grapes, by bus 8 and then by tram 3 we went to Kirovskiy district, Sevastopolskaya Street, where Tolik and Vagram lived.

I stayed over night at the guys' place as well, though lived not far from them - was too exhausted to go home.

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Though this story is not about how hard we worked and chose the wrong path of "defalcation of socialist property". The most interesting started when we woke up and saw what a huge heap of grapes we brought from the depot. The grapes were the most delicious. But what should we do Looking for fwb in sweden it? It was not possible for the Sluty women here in cholpon ata of us to eat that quantity of grapes. So we decided to sell it. Without any hesitation we agreed to sell the grapes in the yard and call it Armenian as if it was sent to Vagram.

The trade was brisk, we gave generous overweight; the bunches of grapes were gorgeous. In less than an hour we sold everything and earned extra about one hundred rubles. We divided the receipts and forgot about our enterprise. In about three days this muscat was sold for one ruble fifty kopeks at every corner of Kemerovo. We were selling the grapes for five rubles. Yeah, Tolik and Vagram had some tough days; they heard a lot of nasty things from their once grateful customers. Our luck was also in that that our commercial activity and initiative passed unnoticed by the competent authorities.

But since then Bbw needs company now in qomsheh never went to the depot "Gastronom" again. Ilgam and Otari They were my two friends, two the brightest representatives of their people. As one says now: But what kind of the persons! Both were original and handsome not only by their looks, but by the souls. They were very different, though recognizable. Gasanov Ilgam Risa Ogly was thin, but slender and tall. His face was one of a classical Azerbaijanian.

His eyes were dark, and nose Ilgam could be both fierce and kind. He was born in Baku, and was very proud of it. When he was telling about his native city, his face was radiant. Like myself, Ilgam was enrolled in the institute ahead of time, so we were offered to work for a couple of weeks in September at the military department instead of going to a collective farm. At that moment we did not know what was "a collective farm" or "a military department", though had a hidden idea that the military department meant personal contacts with professors, which could be very useful in our future student life.

By the way, all this proved useful to me in my fifth year, during a military assembly which lasted for a month. Though, about this later Teodoradze Otar Refikovitch came from Batumi. Even at that time, when he was a very young guy, characteristics of a mature man expressively showed in him. Otari was a man of few words, but every word was meaningful, he was self-restrained and as they say imposing. His face was manly, and he always had his moustache neatly cut and well-groomed. And his Eastern gesture, when Mussulmans press a hand to a forehead, a heart and a mouth, was elegant and liked by everybody.

Here is what I wanted to tell about. In the first year of the Medical Institute there is a required class of physical training. The students did not like it, but it was necessary to have a pass in it. Those who attended sports groups were guaranteed to receive it, like your most humble servant, for example. I used to do sambo under a supervision of a prominent athlete Kravchenko, and even was a champion of the institute in my weight category. But I will tell about it in a different story. Ilgam and Otari just did not enroll in any sports groups. So when winter came, they had to do ten kilometers of cross-country skiing along a birch grove in Kirovskiy district, where they lived.

I was a witness of a skiing start of the guys. Otar and Ilgam went out of the main building with armful of skis. After walking down the steps they immediately started putting on the skis. And if Otal was wearing a track-suit, then Ilgam was in a long light overcoat. This was worthy to be seen! Nevertheless, Ilgam made the first step and Happy Ilgam brought the broken skis to the department, cherishing a hope that he would be sent away and not tortured. Alas, he was mistaken: Otari was patently waiting at the entrance all that time. With great difficulties Ilgam again put on the skis, and the two athletes started to the birch grove, where there was a ski track.

And there at the very first meters of the track happened something, because of what I started the story. Otar and you remember that one was from Batumi, and the other one from Baku. In both places snow is a rear thing, to put it mildly moved fast ahead, and Ilgam barely moving his skis shouted at him: Do not leave me alone. That time Ilgam's ski was not replaced, but he still received a pass in PT. Petya Kozlov and a pipe If to be formal, something can be written about any of my former fellow students. Yet, I believe that one should choose extraordinary personalities and remember impressive events more precisely retro-events.

As it seems to me, what I am going to write about now meets the both criteria. Petya Kozlov had a personality type, which could be described as: He entered not only the Medical Institute. Simultaneously he entered a Kemerovo Music College to major in grand piano. Being a gifted guy with an ear for music, he easily and naturally joined any group. All my life I felt like my purpose is to help people and that is what I am going to do. I want to stand by my brothers in arms an serve my country well. Being in the military is good for me. I don't really need to have connections with people just brief moments. I know you wanted to explain things to me but I you made your decision to leave.

And I am not looking back. I tried to fight for you but you just did not feel the same way. I will be fine without you I was fine before. I won't forget the times we shared or laser quest. But this is it. I hope you read this Vanessa goodbye. I don't need the lies and bs in my life anymore everyone I have dated has been the same you are like everyone else you said you wanted to stay away from. Please do not me anymore and please no more texts I just wanna forget an move on. It was a mistake that I fell in love with you. Love is just oxytocin anyway.