Friday, October 5, 2012

How Bizarre. How Bizarre.

I've got to tell you about my evening last night!
Because I'm pretty sure it will be just as interesting and bizarre to you as it was to me. Obvi.

It all started in the elevator, on our way out for 'Date Night' when The Dizzle and I saw a sign saying the tenants in #514 were having a sale.
A sale!
And I know, I know, we're trying to get rid of practically everything we own.
But you see, we need a coffee maker to last us until the end of the month.
So instead of walking out the front door, we hit the elevator button for the 5th floor!

We got to this apartment sale, which reeked of cigarette smoke, btw.
And the guy says, "Hi, how are you?"
So I say, "Do you have a coffee maker?"
And guess what, you guys?
He.Did.

I walked in there prepared to pay not a penny more than $20 for this coffee maker.
So, with a good poker face, I asked, "How much?" {Fully expecting something pricey for this gem.}
And he said, "Twenty Dollars."
So I said, "Oh. Okay. We'll take it!"

And you know what happened THEN?!?!

He said he and his wife were moving in two weeks for.....TURKEY.
Turkey!
Do you see why this was just all meant to be?
Because WE are ALSO leaving the country in a few weeks! 
Not for Turkey, no. But still.
Sort of the same thing?

So THEN. 
He gave us 2 beers. 
One Miller Lite for me and one imported something or other for The Dizz.
We chit chatted for a few more minutes then marched our new coffee maker and beer back home to the 3rd floor.


As if THAT wasn't bizarre enough, let me tell you what happened next.
As we were leaving once again for our 'Date Night," I got an idea.
I said to myself, or maybe I said it out loud, "I think I should have a picture taken of me because it seems like bloggers do that a lot. So I probably should too."

But this is where it got awkward.
Because I'm no Sydney from The Daybook.
I did some weird fake gun thing with my hand and it basically just went downhill after that.


So we quickly moved on.

But THEN.

We saw this.


You guys, it was about 5:30pm on a Thursday afternoon and I WISH this picture could have shown you just how clunky these ladies were walking.
I felt bad for their poor feet. They looked like they were in pain, I tell ya.

Oh, man.
How I MISS the days where I put on a super short, super tight dress, with super high heels so I could go shake my super tight tail feather in da club.
N-O-T.

So THEN. As if our evening wasn't exciting enough, a few short feet down the way, we saw this:


Men.
Men in heels.
Wobbling their way around Downtown.
Boy was I glad I had my camera, yo!

Apparently it was for Domestic Violence and something about putting yourself in "their" shoes.
So.........walking a mile in women's high heels was a perfect way to do that, apparently.

Anyway.

The rest of the night went by quickly.
We stopped in World Market, because well, I love World Market and who knows when I'll ever see one again!
The Dizzle got himself some sort of rice candy that melts in your mouth?
They were weird to me.
He got pretty excited.
Who knew he loved the Asian candies so much?


Then we went to The Strip Club.
Not a take-your-clothes-off kind of strip club {I wish?},
but a cook your own food on the grill kind of strip club.
As in strips of steak, I'm guessing?
Point is: It was amazing.
It was scrumptious.
And it was highly satisfying.


And THAT, ladies and gentlemen, was my bizarre and crazy night in San Diego.
One that I am very happy to have been a part of.

Who knew Thursdays could be so exciting?!

Those girls in short dresses, I'll tell you who.


xoxo


Happy Friday, friends!

34 comments:

  1. I love downtown. The hot messes are my favorite by far. I have yet to try the strip club but it looks amazing!

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  2. OMG THIS IS INSANE. I mean free beers and cheap coffee makers? MEN IN HEELS? AND WHERE ARE THOSE LADIES PANTS?!

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  3. It is posts like these that make me want to beg you to stay. ...but I won't. I will secretly wallow here behind my computer screen. And then send you emails that make you feel guilty for .25 seconds for leaving me...

    Happy Friday ya bitch :P

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  4. haha i love it..always entertaining to read!

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  5. Sounds like a good day! Love the pictures.

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  6. Hahahaha glad that you're having some weird fun nights in SD before you leave. Enjoy it, mija. Now if only i can get my fat dad to wear my 5 inch heels...

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  7. haha, those men in heels are hilarious.
    and as far as heels go for those ladies - if you can't walk in them, please do not wear them!

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  8. I love that gun pose. You rock it.

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  9. First of all, those ladies had to be call girls or something. I mean, please. I'm from San Diego. No one dresses like that at 5:30 p.m. on a random Thursday. NOBODY (who isn't a hooker).

    Also, how have you never had Botan Rice Candy?! GIRL. I thought you were Asian, but I guess I was wrong. I get it at the grocery store every once in awhile. I love that candy. AND... they have the most ridiculous, incorrect stickers as prizes inside. Hilarious, I tell you!

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  10. I am loving this bizarre-ness!! How perfect and meant to be that coffee pot was. And those dresses? Lord help those women.

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  12. HAHAHA You are so funny! love you guys xo

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  13. Baha!! The men in heels are hilarious. I can only imagine what was going through y'alls heads!

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  14. I f-ing love rice candy. good call.

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  15. I love Botan Rice Candy. I like to peel the rice paper off and let it melt on my tongue and then eat the candy part.

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  16. Amazing coincidence that 5th floor apartment was liquidating just like you! And then the whole heels thing. You live an exciting life! I love those rice candies!

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  17. I can just tell that the girl on the right was super awkward and uncomfortable! Lol

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  18. Hahaha that's so crazy! It would have been cool-if not awkward at the same time-to see the couple from 5th on your adventures overseas. Oh well. I sometimes feel the same way about taking pictures of myself, not in that way 0.o, but some cute nice ones you know and then they just don't come out all glam and pretty as the one's you see from other people. Ughhh -_-' But it's pretty awesome that you are getting to experience these things in San Diego until you leave. The hype of your trip has got me looking up places here in Miami to just explore. I live here and I don't even get out enough and just be a tourist here. I'll maybe appreciate this place more if I do. Anywhozers, hope you have a great day! :)

    Cristina Marie
    C'est Une Belle Vie

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  19. I love these adventures you're having right before you leave!! Just imagine the adventures you'll have out in the world!

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  20. I have shirts longer than those dresses. And those heels they're wearing look super uncomfortable. I might have fallen over laughing had I seen that. What a night!

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  21. I'm going to have that "How Bizarre" song stuck in my head for the foreseeable future.

    This is me, clearly missing the point of this post.

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  22. Well there certainly is never a dull moment in San Diego... Haha!

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  23. I saw a guy in a bikini in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida about 2 years ago and my corneas have never been the same.

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  24. That colour combination of your wardrobe is looking very elegant..that pointed shoes pic is really funny...just love to see all the photos...thanks!!!

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  25. I really, really, really miss you :(

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  26. Now How Bizarre is stuck in my head. If its there all night there will be hell to pay I tell you!

    We saw a group of guys here today in skirts and heels...maybe for the same thing? Probably not.

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  29. You MUST add Turkey to your travel list (assuming it's not all set in stone yet). I've travelled to over 30 countries, and Istanbul is my favourite city of life. Serious. Also, your date night sounded hilarious!

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