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My experiences as a Northern transplant down in Chapel Hill, NC, 2005. And now my experiences back up in NYC.

Sunday, March 06, 2005

If you come to my church, prepared to get drunk.

Where to start? I'll just break it out play by play.

We started Saturday night with Dinner at Five Guys (@ Southpoint of all places.) And looking back now, it makes the top 5 list of best burger joints; In-N-Out burger, watch out. Five Guys serves a double patty burger with any fixin's you could want on two slabs of beef. Ohh, so tasty. They need a emoticon with a little drool coming down the side of it's face.

Next stop, the catholic church. Not my first choice of quiet places to be for an hour after eating a half pound of beef smothered in cheese and bacon. As I said to Patrick, "I don't think I have enough room for the Eucharist." To which he promptly replied, "You accept Jesus into your body."

After church, Patrick dropped me off at Whole Foods to pick up some supplies for Mojito's (minus the mint.) He had to drop Danielle off, so I pounded a Brooklyn while waiting for him in the parking lot.

So it was D's birthday and we started the night early at her house chopping limes and making mojitio's (minus the mint.) We got rocked. Danielle has the economist in here bathroom as reading material, I thought that was awesome, Patrick knows all the classy broad's.

Somehow we made it out of her house and made it to Siren's. This was an interesting place to say the least. From what I can tell, Siren's consists of a lot of incredibly horny underclassman humping the shit out of each other on the dance floor, I'll hope to be back soon. Although I didn't do any dancing cause I can't dance.

We bounced from Siren's and met up with the Theology grad majors. These kid's rock. One is named Brett the other I just know as "Tenenbaum" (he looks like Richie as a tennis player, hair band and all.) I never would have thought theology majors would be such partiers. I'm not even being sarcastic. These guys know how to drink and there going be ministers next year. This is irony directly out of some movie. I hope to party with the theology kids again, I wonder if they were Hawaiian shirts to class.

We ended the night at the original Cosmic Cantina. A long wait but well worth it for a tasty burrito to close out the night. Ohh, so much good food down here. I will have to head to the one in nyc when I get back.


  • At 3/12/2005 11:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What is with you and Patrick pretending that you didn't dance last Saturday night?!? I saw it, I participated, I facilitated, I know it happened! Just because you two conspired to deny it, doesn't mean it didn't happen. Remember, there were two of you, but three of us!

  • At 3/12/2005 11:43 AM, Blogger Vincent said…

    Okay, I'll give you that I was dancing for a little bit. I just have no rhythm or pitch for that matter. So I just assumed the majority of the population wouldn't refer to it as 'dancing.'


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