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02 January 2006 @ 02:12 pm
False memories...  
How about that thing where you post a memory of me, and make it all up? That one sounds fun.
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Dr3Am3ndergesellschaftoi on January 2nd, 2006 02:48 pm (UTC)
back in the day
...it was so long ago (before our wives and many childeren whose impressionable young minds are easier to program), yet it seems like only yesterday; You and I would put on our finest clone suits, white shirt, and velcro pant leg protectors.
Hours we would spend rain or shine, peddeling away.
Block after block, door after door, heathen to heathen.
Brothers of the magic salimander trying to pawn off our book.
Sometimes, when I go outside, I see more clones peddeling along..
..and I'm reminded of our time so long ago.
ashi: arrrr!ashi on January 2nd, 2006 03:00 pm (UTC)
Re: back in the day
Ah yes, who could forget being on a mission together?
Spiderspiderdust on January 2nd, 2006 03:11 pm (UTC)
Re: back in the day
wendy_masonwendy_mason on January 2nd, 2006 03:09 pm (UTC)
Remember that time, back in the mid nineties, when we all went to a Star Trek convention in Milwaukee? The parties were all in the hotel, and by booking several months in advance, we managed to get an awesome room with two beds and a kitchenette in the very hotel where all the geeks were congregating after hours. You were hanging on the floor between the beds with two hot women in full Klingon garb and makeup and I- all of oh, fifteen at the time- was having my first experience with Romulan ale. We tried to order a pizza, but we learned that Milwaukee pizza is just terrible. I drank more Romulan ale, claiming that I needed the calories to sustain me.

I had such a bad hangover the next day that you stayed home from the convention with me to nurse me back to humanity. Cold compresses, drinks of water, spicy tomato drinks, hair of the dog- you name it, you tried it on me. It was three lukewarm showers and five hot cups of coffee later that I felt well enough to go out and face food, so we ran to the local Easter's and bought breakfast fixings. By that time, is was after dark, and humider than anything. Remember how huge the ants on the sidewalk were?

Thank you for that. That's friendship!
ashi: Red Lion Treeashi on January 2nd, 2006 03:51 pm (UTC)
Any time. Do you even remember dragging Nichelle Nichols into our room? I'm not even sure what happened after that.

I think you had the worst hangover I've ever seen.

Man, those Milwaukee ants are crazy big.
Debbiecheesybunny on January 2nd, 2006 03:28 pm (UTC)
I think I already have enough memories of you that sound like we could have made them up. :P So heres one that is made up and sounds like we might actually do it... sort of...

Remember that time when we drove around randomly in the middle of the night looking for an open mini-golf place? And then we discovered that the only place open was the local goth club, so we went to the drug store and bought some black eyeliner so we might fit in a little better, but then when we got there it was 21+ and since I was underage at the time we decided to make our own goth club right outside of the club... using the car stereo for music, although we didn't have any goth music on us we just found some random cd in your car. Then we decided that it would piss off the goths more if we made it a rave so we put on some bright colored asscesories and I took out a flashlight that I found in your car and started acting like I was raving. No one seemed pissed but we had a good laugh because all the people outside to smoke cloves were looking at us really funny. Then we decided to drive somewhere else we knew was open to Santa Cruz and go to Saturn in our bright assceories and black eyeliner. We looked pretty odd but the food was just as good as ever and you told the server that she was really cute and then gave her a big tip. We also drew some kitties in the bathroom with chalk. By this time it was 2 am and we decided that we were pretty tired so we went back home and watched some of a live action show based on an anime. I think we went mini golfing in the morning...

I've never had so much fun in my life!
ashi: Saturn Cafeashi on January 2nd, 2006 03:52 pm (UTC)
Wow, that does sound realistic. Now I feel like playing mini-golf, or mini-goth...
drewkittydrewkitty on January 2nd, 2006 05:26 pm (UTC)
Hmmm. Given all of the real yet unbelievable things we've been through over the years . . .

Todd is driving a bright, shiny new car with that lovely new car smell. It's a Hummer H2. He's munching on a carne asada burrito and listening to gangsta rap, on the way out to post lots of flyers for his new weight loss program (only $20 per week and you'll never feel better!) Todd's girlfriend of the week is a platinum blonde, gushing and ooing about how incredibly cool this wicked new car is, until Todd tells her to shut up and enjoy the ride.

Did I mention that he's wearing a neatly pressed suit and carrying a Motorola Razor cell phone? The phone rings. Todd, it's your stockbroker. He wants to know if you should buy five hundred or one thousand shares in Monsanto . . . you tell him, "Seven hundred. Screw those poor farmers anyway," as you cut off a woman driving a mini-van with your awesome Hummer power.

ashi: arrrr!ashi on January 2nd, 2006 07:25 pm (UTC)
Priceless. I think we have a winner!
Nikithespatula on January 2nd, 2006 07:22 pm (UTC)
remember when we went to lyon's, and i built a snowman out of waffles and a can of whipped cream i begged off the waiter? And then chickie kept trying to throw creamers into my cleavage? That was so fun! I can't belive how much coffee we drank that night.
ashi: pirate kitty!ashi on January 2nd, 2006 07:35 pm (UTC)
Dude, I thought I was going to be in trouble after I had more than 10 grams of caffeine in my system. Do you have pics of the snowman?
the Chick: Foxy Kitty Fightthechick on January 2nd, 2006 09:41 pm (UTC)
Todd, remember the time we drove to New York City on the way to Torcon? That was the craziest roadtrip of all time. Did you ever call that guy Billy you met on the way to the men's room at the Exxon in Salt Lake City? He smelled so manly, of Miller Lite and generic cigs. Oh, how he wanted something new from you. And do you remember the balding middle aged mechanic that we met when the bus broke down in the middle of Nebraska. I thought we would never get out of the continuous corn fields. But then our saviour came and took us back to his place. Man that wife of his was something, the ping-pong balls. By the time we made it to New York to catch our flight the con was over. We missed the greatest con ever.. we missed the land of mounties, geese AND bacon. But what a grand adventure we did have.
ashi: p-chanashi on January 3rd, 2006 11:52 am (UTC)
It was quite the Priscilla: Queen of the Desert outing. And in the car named Priscilla too! Just, without all the drag queen/king performances we'd been planning to do.