Friday Night, Saturday Morning

I had some things reconfirmed for me last night.

I still do not enjoy shopping for clothes, especially during tax-free week and at Century 21, of all places. I think I popped a coronary combing the cramped and crowded aisles, looking for business-casual attire. I guess it serves me right for going on a Friday evening.

Sneaking into 2 Gold and having dinner and drinks on the roof with friends will always make for a nice way to spend an evening. And, the hilarity of drunken billiards on the third floor is a great dessert.

Hipsterdom c/o of the Lower East Side nightlife intimidates me, and it’s just not for me. But, taking some chalk and “improving upon” the murals in a dive bar is a fun way to pass the time.

I need to re-learn how to not spend money I don’t have on stupid shit.

Smoking hookah makes me feel ill. But, I still find myself doing it when asked if I want to. It’s just that, like, if I want to taste some cantaloupe, I will buy one and eat it.

Dancing on the subway is a lot less embarrassing when you’re drunk.

I always feel accomplished in some sort of immature way when I don’t get home until 4:30 a.m. And, hungry too. I’m so grateful for living above a pizza place that stays open until 5 a.m. on the weekends.

Nonetheless, coming home alone is consistently sobering.

But, friends are wonderful.

2 Comments so far

  1. Stella (unregistered) on February 4th, 2006 @ 6:04 pm

    Sounds like you had a fun night anyways! My friends and I were in the East Village last night and I couldn’t help but wonder, have we changed or has the neighborhood changed?

    Anyways, living above a pizza parlor that is opened until 5 am is priceless.

    I love the city…

  2. Irene (unregistered) on February 8th, 2006 @ 10:35 pm

    Pizza is a thousand times more delicious in the middle of the night. There is a place around the corner from my apartment (42nd & 9th: dangerously close to Times Square, but worth the strobe light-induced seizure) that sells $1 per slice and is open all night!

    Plenty of cab drivers hang out and make scary conversation. Check it out!

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