Fantastic Weekend

You ever have a really good weekend? This is the part where you say, “Sure Josh, did you have a good weekend?” And the answer my little friends is yes, I had a great weekend. Would you like me to tell you about it? No? Well screw you guys, I am telling you anyways.

Let me just say that I definitely bounced out of work as soon as possible. I hopped in my car and drove to State College as fast I could. At the Brookville exit, I called Kacie and lied to her. I told her that I had just left work and would not be home for awhile. She said she was thinking of stopping at Champs for a beer.

It did not take me much longer to reach State College, so I called Kacie again and this time told her I was bored and just felt like talking. She said she was just pulling into Champs and if I got there before 2, that I should stop for a beer. Needless to say, I was already pulling into the parking lot. So I go into the bar and she is not there. I send her a text and she says she changed her mind and went downtown.

I then inform her that I am at Champs. She comes back and is quite I annoyed that I tricked her. See what I get for trying to surprise someone? Anyways, now that she is there, we go downstairs and drink a few beers and a couple shots of Petron.

I head out to the mall to buy work shoes. Mine fell apart and I ended up throwing them away on Friday. Kacie came out and forced me to watch her clothes shop for awhile, which made me want to gouge out my eyes.

That afternoon we met my brother at the movie theater and watched The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which will have a review up in a little bit. After the movie, the three of us went to Garfields for a little dinner. We ate, had some fun conversation, then parted company. I went back to Kacie’s place and finished reading a comic that I bought at B.Dalton, which is going out of business and had a huge sale. Anyways, the comic was Spider-Man: One More Day which was pretty bad, but I got the hardcover for fairly cheap, and I had to see what all the fuss was about.

That night Kacie and I went back to champs and drank for a bit, then decided to get a cab and head downtown to Pickles. Once there she saw like 30234235323 people she knew and I found a few comic book people, and we discussed some of the movies that were out. Ah yes, I can find my people anywhere.

Later I went outside to have a smoke, and there was a kid doing a beatbox, and I made a joke that he sounded like he was having a seizure. Apparently he and his friend did not have a sense of humor. The one kid tried to make fun of me by asking me why I was wearing a pea-coat. I informed him that it was not a pea-coat and that he was idiot for mistaking it as one.

This did not make them happy and they continued to try and piss me off. I told them to piss off. They then noticed my Penguins shirt and asked if I was a Steelers fan, I said of course and they were then okay with me insulting them. I actually wanted to hit one of them, they seemed like such pussies. Oh well.

Once back in side, Kacie tells me that everyone is going to the Phyrst. We walk over there, and it is packed and annoyingly loud. For some reason I really hate going there. We have one drink and then they start getting people out of there, we call a cab and head back home.

We get my car from Champs and swing through McDonald’s drive-through for some double cheeseburgers. I get a bunch of pickles on the side for Kacie because I despise the nasty things and will have no part of them near my sandwich.

At her place we munch them down and I pop in Dark Knight. Kacie falls asleep within 2 minutes and snores through most of the movie. I finally get her to go to bed and she goes in and passes out on the bed, right in the center, arms spread, legs spread. She looked like a very drunk, very female version of Jesus Christ.

I fall asleep around 6 a.m. and wake up around 2 p.m. I then pack up my stuff and head on back to Pittsburgh where I read for a bit, wrote the previous post, then went to bed. It does not seem like such a great weekend, but I was not at work, and I was out and about with Kacie. Therefore it was fantastic.