Monday, November 15, 2010

Weekend Happenings

Another eventful weekend has past and another week of school work is upon us. I have officially fallen into drone mode. Everything just  becomes apart of the daily routine. But lets get back to the weekend.

We had two men's hockey games. I must say I've been impressed by the teams play. I would have liked to see them win that second game, but it was a solid tie considering they responded so quickly and killed a lengthy 5 on 3 in overtime. It was nice to see the top line scoring and DiGi continued to play well in the net. He made one of the best saves I've seen during the second period of the first game. When Kessel tied up the second game with 40 seconds left I fucking lost it. Not sure if I've ever screamed so loud in my life.

My roommates and I also ended up throwing a little shindig, during which I sneakily mixed in "Wagon Wheel" and it turned into a giant singalong. I'm talking a giant circle of epic-sauce. Yes, I just said "epic-sauce." Don't worry, I just punched myself in the face for you.

The other weekend night I made it over to one of UNH's fine fraternal organizations for the first time this year. I definitely had more fun than I expected, lets face it anyone who has ever been to a frat party knows they are hit or miss. It was fun and nice to check them out every once and a while... plus it helps when you're good friends with a few brothers.

Then things got weird...

After the party I was walking through A-Lot. It was a little after 2 in the morning. There are a group of 5 guys maybe 20 yards ahead of me walking in the same direction I am. Walking towards them, and me, are two girls. As the two groups are about to pass each other, the guys spread out and two of the guys go on both sides of the girls and one guy walks between them. I can hear them exchanging words, but I can't hear what they are actually saying. I could definitely tell the girls sounded uncomfortable so I quickened my pace, but as I just about caught up, the two groups continued in different directions. I kind of kept an eye out for them and made sure everything was cool. I have never been so close to thinking I might have to call the cops or thinking that I might have to get physical or something. I seriously thought I was about to witness something bad and luckily it didn't come to that. It was just a really weird moment and it really pissed me off about how sketchy those guys were. Like it's 2 a.m. in the middle of a giant parking lot, those girls are gonna be nervous anyways, just fucking leave them alone. I don't know, maybe I missed something, but it just seemed really weird and sketchy to me.

Stay classy, not UMassy.


  1. Good point about the drunken parking lot stuff: I was DD'ing for as many drunk people as I could this weekend... One thing I noticed is that generally women don't like to shut up or leave the side of a man they know or at least are given reason to trust in their drunken state (ie; knowing the DD they just met is a friend of their close friend will cause the drunk women to not want to get out of the DD's car... or to shut up for that matter) However, while waiting in parking lots and various locations I witnessed plenty of sketchy situations where girls were out alone late at night and being approached by guys who should've left them alone - def. some sketchy moments out there at night; we need to protect our women, they gave us life. Good work buddy.

  2. Super proud of The New Hampshirite for being ready to throw down in A lot if trouble comes lurking up on young girls in the wee hours of the morning!