Hot Dips (littlewashu) wrote,
Hot Dips
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Truth falls from my mouth like . . .

On Saturday night, Neil, Vince, Sharonne, Mitch and I went bowling. I didn't do very well in any of the games, BUT, here's this: in the second game, I was really sucking a nut: I had only 79 in the ninth frame. So after musing that I was sucking a nut, I leaned over to Vince and Sharonne, and I sez, "Vince and Sharonne," I sez, "Vince and Sharonne, in order to save this game from COMPLETELY sucking a nut, I'm going to have to get three strikes in the tenth frame, so that's what I'm going to do." It was my turn to roll, and you know what I did? I threw three goddamn strikes, motherfucker. A motherfucking turkey. I don't think I've ever done that before. Not that it kept my score from sucking a nut (I think I ended up with two 109's and a 105, ew), but it kept the evening's performance from sucking a nut, in my opinion.

On Sunday, Jeff, Michelle, Kim and I went to see a play in New York that a chick that Michelle knows wrote and directed. And it was actually good! You never know with that sort of thing. Then we took a cab down to Little Italy and had dinner at Paesano, which is the official Italian restaurant of the Opie and Anthony show, located in the heart of Little Italy. Then we got in a cab to head back up to Penn Station. Ooh, ooh, wait, I forgot the setup: in the train on the way to New York, I was sitting next to Kimliss, and I sez, "Kimliss," I sez, "Kimliss, what celebrity sighting do you think we'll make today?" and Kim replied "None," and I replied in turn, "Nonsense! I'm sure we'll see a celebrity today, it's New York!" even though, as far as I can remember, I've never seen a celebrity in New York. Okay, so now we're back in the cab again, remember? heading back up to Penn Station, and out the window I see two guys trying to talk to some people as they're walking, or something, and one of them looks a lot like John Cusack, and then he turns his head my way and he looks a LOT like John Cusack, and I say, "Hey, that's John Cusack!", because it was. Then I take a look at his buddy, and it's Jeremy Piven! "And he's walking with Jeremy Piven!" I add. They crossed the street and yelled at the Gasteria guys, waving their arms. Our windows were up so we didn't hear what they were saying, but they were just out and about, grinning like idiots and being famous and we probably should have ditched the taxi and left to hang out with them, but we had a train to catch, so. Oh, and John Cusack . . . pretty much looks the same as he does on TV. Except with a lot more stubble, and less wussy, and a little more cuter. And Jeremy Piven . . . looks like Jeremy Piven (don't let anyone tell you different). And was wearing a brown turtleneck sweater.
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