I’m interpreting tomorrow and Wednesday for kids from a French school who are coming to spend the week with their English counterparts. Workshops have been organised to make them more aware of the threats the environment is facing, and we’re going to visit Earthship Brighton and a landfill site. This is all very familiar to me and I would be looking forward to it if the event organiser hadn’t asked me, as we were finishing our briefing session: "By the way, can you rap?".
Oh, no.
(Or should I say: "I said a-Oh, no, this ain’t the way to go, all this rappin’ in ma head is ruining ma flow, first they wannit’ English and then they wannit’ French, and then its got to rhyme as well, this is gonna be a wrench. Yo.")