Thursday, August 11, 2005

Horrid Hair and the Ice Cream that Loves it.

I'm listening to: Groove Coverage- The End

Hum.. today I slept in, got a haircut (which I pretty much hate and hope my hair grows back soon) and talked with Bunny till about six when Sarah and John barged into my room to ubduct me.

We ended up going to Annie's for pizza and chips and then decided to make a trip downtown to get some icecream at Marble Slab and to generally just walk around in the park. I had two odd run-in's there, the first was a guy who handed me what I think was his buisness card and told Sarah and I that we could get a free hot dog with it. Apparently I made a really funny face when I turned and dumped it into the trash can which was right next to us because Annie and the Korean girl that was with us, I forget her name, started cracking up.

After that I got some fat ass-wipe who shouted (though I didn't hear this so I'm relying on Annie for this one) "Hey Monica, Monica Lewinski!" at me. Needless to say this did nothing to quell my feelings of disatisfaction with the cut. Anyway I don't think I look like her anyway, I'm not that fat. Annie did stick up for me even though I missed it, I was paying no attention as I was talking to Sarah about something or another. I just caught the end of it all when she said "Same to you jackass."

Anyhow after all that we walked around the park, creepily watched this cute couple making out next to the river from the bridge and then ran back to the car so that we could go to Walmart for some flashlights that we didn't end up getting. (We were going to play flashlight tag but it turned out everyone had to get up fairly early the next morning.)

So we went to Walmart, where while they were debating our plans; Sarah, John and I snuck off to go look at the water bras. We decided that Sarah should try one on the outside of her shirt just to see how much larger it'd make her breasts and then I decided that I should have a go at it too thinking it'd be a lark as it was a size A and I wear a C... Of course my luck being funny like it is as soon as I lifted the straps up my arms I looked up to see Annie, Jessie, Tony and the Korean girl staring at me with a rather bemused and worried look about them. I found this all very funny of course and dropped the bra into the bin of boxers behind me and we left.

I saw a really cute kitten out in the parking lot as we were leaving it looked rather thin though and so we all thought it'd be best to take it with us untill we realized that 1) It wouldn't come to us. And 2) Nobody could actually keep her so I, feeling generally guilty, continued on home with them.

All in all it was fun and I'll miss everyone very much when they go off to college.

Stranger to the light.
(Oh don't tell me that doesn't sound uber sheek and mysterious.)



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