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On Saturday I went to a Fourth of July bash at The House. Hands down, this was the best party I have been to in a long, long time. There were all sorts of people there, and I got to talk to everyone I wanted. There was tons of good food, hot dogs and hamburgers and pasta salad and potato salad and chips and salsa. I brought brownies (everybody -- everydrunkenbody -- thought they were hash brownies but they WEREN'T) and rice krispie treats and Jell-O shots. I drank, but not too much. I smoked, but not too much. I was hit upon, which is always nice. There were no fights, and no one got sick (or if they did, they did so discreetly). No one got arrested. I played badminton, in which i hit a shuttlecock around. There were people there about whom I'm not crazy, but they were all safely contained within the Beer Pong Room, so I didn't have to interact with them. There were people there I didn't know, and that always helps to make it seem more like a party, and less like A Bunch Of Us Assholes All Hangin' Out, Again. I met some hippies, and learned some facts about marijuana illegality, but I was pretty high, so I don't really remember much of it. Kelly* brought out the video camera, and made people answer questions which had been written by myself, Mitchell, and then some by Kelly and Cass. It was a successful experiment, and captured some of Dave's magnificence. The questions will indeed be brought out again, next film-worthy gathering. Dave disappeared for a few hours, and we couldn't find him, but then he turned up again. And the next morning I went out to the diner for breakfast with Michelle and Dave and Jeff, and while it was slightly below par, it's still great to go out and get a diner breakfast the morning after a party.

So thanks a LOT, guys. Awesome. I feel productive when I've had a good a time as all that.



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Jul. 6th, 2002 09:53 am (UTC)
In response to your question a couple entrys ago, yes, I do know what a smurf is. I have one as my userpic in deadjournal.
Second- They have re-runs on Cartoon Network a little after noon on weekdays.
Third- I like smurfs. So I put on in my name. Is that a problem?

Now, to pose a question of my own... Why do you rip me apart every time you respond to me? Other people, you don't. Me, you degrade as if I were the common Idiot. Down, girl.
-(V)aster TechSmurf, Out
Jul. 6th, 2002 10:51 am (UTC)
Down, girl



Jul. 6th, 2002 11:43 am (UTC)
Your right, she going to burn me alive for that. Ah well, to late now. My fate is sealed. I'm gonna go hide.
-(V)aster TechSmurf, Out
Jul. 6th, 2002 01:34 pm (UTC)
Let me live
If it's any consolation, and if it will extend my life any, I just wanted to say that you write well. I like the bit about the lobsters that was moving.
-(V)aster TechSmurf, Out
Jul. 6th, 2002 12:01 pm (UTC)
Jul. 10th, 2002 01:38 pm (UTC)
I thought I commented on this before, but I realize now that I have not!

I wanted to tell you that I wish I got to see you more at Kelly's. You were upstairs, I was downstairs, then I left, and I didn't see you all that much, and that sucked!

So next time!
Jul. 10th, 2002 01:40 pm (UTC)
Yes, I agree! I was actually going to mention that in this post, but I realize now that I did not!

And you looked so hot all in black with that glowy thingie. And a South Jersey Pretty Kate Machine sighting is so rare! Unfortunately, the smoke and alcohol made my attention span thiiiiis short (imagine a very short thing), so it was hard to keep track, by that point in the evening, of who was where and what I was doing.

Next time!
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