Why does Dave Coulier keep coming up?
Oct. 16th, 2004 @ 11:38 pm
There was a Welcome Back party for me today. I decorated the garage with many many multicolored tablecloths pinned to the walls, and we set up table and chairs and the old couch in there. It was rather comfy and quite convenient, as the weather was acting funky. Lots of people that I love showed up, and I think that most everyone had a good time. Hurrah.butnotdavid
thinks that Dave Coulier is, and I quote, "awesome!". He said so. afterknowledge
was attacked by my evil toe. mightcould
gave me a penny when I told him that I had no presents. wowbagger
could not stop laughing when Ray mimed the act of making babies nauseous. Other things happened as well, of course, and there was lots and lots of yummy mexican food.
Point is, good party. I'm tired now.
Yay, good party. :) And I had nachos for the first time today, so yay, Mexican food too!
|Date:||October 16th, 2004 08:57 pm (UTC)|| |
Nachos for the first time! That's so cute!
Bog off, you. :P LOL. Mmm, they was good, though. Since Manchester's got every other kind of food under the sun except Cuban, I'll have to see about importing, clearly. :)
The first time for nachos? That's . . . that's a concept I can't even imagine! I guess I'm just lucky to have grown up in an area where Mexican food is plentiful. I hope you enjoyed them! Yay Mexican food!
They were lovely. :) And heh, yeah. We had, like, one fake-Mexican bar, and I can't think of anyone I know who's even been there. And I don't remember ever seeing any Mexican anywhere else in England, either. It's weird, though, cause Manchester's got everything else... well, except Cuban, which I suppose is a little more understandable.
New Zealand is fairly lacking in the Mexican goodness as well, which is what brought on the need for my party to be a fiesta. It's also why Eric the American and I celebrated Independence Day by making tacos. We were just that desperate. Just wait, you'll be totally addicted before you get home. Heh heh heh. (that's evil
|Date:||October 16th, 2004 08:58 pm (UTC)|| |
Aww, you know, I really wish I could have gone to your party. Not because I particularly like parties, but because I would have liked to welcome you back! YAY Joanna's once again in the same country as me!
I would have totally made enchiladas for you. Because I enjoy cookery.
Aw, that would have been beyond awesome. Alas. Someday we should have a mexican food shindig and trade enchiladas. Because that would be fun.
Plus, it would have been totally cool for you to have been here, because Erica
was here (obviously
), and Rohini
was here, and Dave
was here and you could have met us all in person in one fell swoop. You could have knocked out a big chunk of your friends page in one day.
|Date:||October 16th, 2004 09:14 pm (UTC)|| |
Dude, one day? You all can have a party for ME. And Laura can be there, too, so that's 5 at once, and that would be totally sweet. We could go roller-skating!
Awesome. That, my friend, sounds like a plan.
Granted, a nebulous plan, but a plan nonetheless.
a roller skating DINNER PARTY! (keeping in mind, i am incapable of rollerskating. but i am fully capable of dinner.)
I think dinner should be a part of all parties from now on. Roller skating dinner party, pajama dinner party.... except maybe tea parties. PARTY FOR cabari
! Aw, yeah.
Yes, great party. Thanks for having me.
I miss Mexican Food. If you think New Zealand lacked in variety, try a military base in the balkans. They sometimes attempt it, but never successfully, and never visually appetizing enough for me to request that they slap it down on my tray.
I want some guacamole. And Crab Rangoons. (Chinese food is in very short supply here too)
But we have a burger king, and anthony's pizza, where the pizza's so greasy it may make you puke (and I ain't kidding - I can't eat pizza here - at all - very sad)