Oh man, what the hell was I thinking.
So this past weekend I had a bunch of people over, sort of like a party. On Thursday Britanny and I went out shopping to pick up some provisions. We went to a wholesale club to get bottled water and stuff for people to drink, and also chicken wings, shrimp, etc to snack on. Unfortunately we did it the way you’re never supposed to go food shopping- hungry.
So I’m walking through the frozen food section, and I see a box of frozen White Castle cheeseburgers, and for some reason it seemed like a good idea. My only defense is that I may have been delirious with hunger.
Anyway, tonight I popped a couple in the microwave to try them out. It was an awful experience. The bread was soggy, the cheese was boiling, and the meat was frozen. I’ve never tasted anything quite like it. This was four hours ago, and it still feels like I’m eating them. My whole central nervous system is on the brink of self-destruction. Anabolic shock can’t be far off.
I probably shouldn’t have eaten that fifth and sixth one…
Anyway, the party was fun. Our friend Mookie is moving to Texas for a year, so I wanted to get some people together and hang out one last time before he moves to a red state. We hung out, had a good time. Some pictures were taken Saturday night, which I’ll share with you.
Here we are in the living room playing some card game about beans. Bohnanza or something. It was fun. That’s me with Yuko (far left) and her boyfriend Brian (far right). The mysterious person behind the cards is also a Brian, but getting pictures of him is a tough endeavor.
The Mookster himself, along with a third Brian, Aaron and Matt n’ Briana.
We went out for sushi at this good place Britanny and I know.
Britanny and I. I look thrilled, don’t I? I was kind of tired.
Philly roll, Boston roll, shrimp tempura roll, and Mango Tango roll.
Heh, got ‘im. Brian is actually a robot, for those of you unaware. Here he is trying to ingest human foods, and his hardware is unable to cooperate with the commands.
Back at the apartment, Mookie fends off an overly affectionate puppy. At least that’s our story, to keep this picture as least scandalous as possible.
I had a vegan carrot cake made in Mookie’s honor. It was made of grass and dirt.
There was, amongst other games, plenty of Guitar Hero.
It was a good time.
Now I’m back to work, organizing and pushing projects out for production left and right. Fun fun.