Sunday, April 25, 2010


Living in a village of 1500 people means that I pretty much see the same people all of the time.  (Which for the most part is okay with me - I like 'em.)  This past Friday a few friends and I went to the bigger town next to us to check out one of the discos.  Apparently everyone else from the village had the same idea - and a whole lot of teenagers.  Either way, turns out it was a "Chalga club" which means they were only plying Bulgarian pop. I know about 4 of the songs. The DJ's also have a tendency to make commentary throughout the songs. Slightly annoying for some of us.

But for your enjoyment... the four I know.  (FYI, Bulgaria doesn't exactly have the censorship standards that the States do.  Consider this your warning for those with sensitive eyes.)

Either way, I really don't know what they're saying. It's kind of like when the BG's sing the American songs. I can only imagine what I sound like.

And for you PCer's who will be out here in a couple of weeks... get ready for the world of ЧАЛГА!


Catherine said...

Glad you had fun even if you didn't know what you were dancing too. At least you look pretty. LOVE YOU!

Vicki said...

Sounds like yall had fun and you all really look wonder the high school boys are noticing!!