Yes, I was walking along the Baliey today, and I have glasses... my hair isn't that short though but it's usually tied back.
I am being stalked *hides under bed*
Mwahaha...I just heard you talking about the same thing you mentioned in that post about your seminar and thought it was a weird coincidence! I walked down to Kingsgate Bridge and I turned around, dunno if you saw me...hehe.
Things like that infuriate me too. I know they shouldn't, but if you are doing a final year presentation you should at least know how to pronounce the words you are using! Especially if it is a persons name.
Also given that it was a Politics presentation!
Haha that reminds me of a presentation that this group of people made in one of my geography seminars. They banged it together at last minute as they were a useless group of idiots.
Anyway, they started going on about the bourgeoise, but were pronouncing it the "bor-gee-oh-see" (that's my best dictionary style pronouncing thingy) - and the "gee" bit is with the "g" sound, not the "j" sound. Anyway they kept saying it and most people were chuckling.
But they had gone first because they claimed they "Had another seminar which clashed with that one so had to leave early"....as soon as they had left, the lecturer turned to us all and went "I hope you all know how to pronounce bourgeoise?" and we all laughed haha
At least the lecturer made some comment about it! I feel in the particular seminar where I had the girl say Mayo that no one seems to be sure about anything at all, so they just vaguely stumble round looking for an answer.