Just as a reminder we still have a full weekend ahead of us. This has been a pretty crazy week for me. From getting my first TNH column published, to reading hundreds of pages and throwing together an essay last minute to tests and most importantly getting shit faced. This is a note I found in my desk, I wrote it to myself late Wednesday night, or maybe early Thursday morning after my first attempt at a "Thirsty Wednesday."
If you can't read it, it says "my roommate put scrambled eggs in his pocket- philly late night mofo's thirsty weds! mofo's get drunck!
Yes, I realize that I spelt drunk wrong.
I feel as though I should offer an explanation, but the more I think about it I think it is pretty self explanatory. The fact that I spelled drunk wrong is the kicker. That was probably the most fun I've ever had on a Wednesday night and all's I needed was a 4 liter jug of Carlo Rossi Sangria.
I must admit, my Thursday night was even better. Like I've said before I only live about a half hour off campus and when one of my commuter friends informed me his house would be empty for the night we decided to have an old fashion middle school sleepover. So we took two of my friends back to the my small farm town and got drunk (and other things too.) We called up another friend from home, who we hadn't seen in a while and threw down the only way we ever knew how before college. It was a blast, and it was a night that involved looking at my buddy's guns, ping pong, and eating corn straight out of the can... and almost involved eating doggie ice cream.
I wasn't lying about the gun thing.
I awoke this morning to my friends dog sniffing my face and scared the shit out of me. It took me a while to realize that I was back in my hometown. It was a great night, with great people in a great town. It really took me back and I was very happy to see some old friends for a change. One more thing, don't play with guns. We made sure that they were unloaded and everything. We're not that stupid. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Stay classy, not UMassy.