OK, the last of the memory lane posts so I tried to find you a good one. It was hard to choose but I think I did good. Not just because it's a tale of me dismissing some lil young dude who tried to talk to me at a club, but because, in the comments, I wrote, "I'm sorry but dudes from Jersey are Wanksters... you heard it here first!" and to this day it's still the gospel truth.
But anyway, this was also the night I was supposed to meet Eb for the first time and it didn't work out because her slow ass got there all late and was not allowed in (the place was at capacity) so she left. And despite the fact it mentions The Haitian, I still like this post and the comments that followed:
Reason #28,993 Why I Love NY
Saturday started out pretty slow; just me in my apartment not doing anything productive. But then that evening I faced the rain and wind and made my way to the City for Hip Hop Karaoke. It was a tribute night to Biggie and SO SO SO much fun.
Of course I did NOT participate (in the Jaded bylaws it specifically states that I am forbidden from actively participating in any activities that might, in any way, be misconstrued as "fun"), but I enjoyed the night. Even though I never connected with the other bloggers I was s'posed to meet up with (sorry, hon!) and I had to get hood with this youngblood who tried to step to me:
Wack-ass Young Guy (WAYG): What's your name shorty?
Me: (I gave my fake name, the one I use when I don't want to give my real name. Jack knows it...)
WAYG: What school you go to, 'cause I know you go to school...
ME: (giving him the side-eye) I been out of school, son!
WAYG: Word? How old are you?
WAYG: WORD? Yo, you a fine 32
Me: (rolling my eyes) Gee, thanks.
WAYG: So where you from?
WAYG: I'm from Jersey
Me: (I can't remember exactly what I said, but it was something like...) Oh, I don't talk to guys from Jersey...
WAYG: (ignoring my comment and RESTING HIS DAMN CHIN ON MY SHOULDER, cause did I mention he was short??) So can I get your number?
Me: (channeling Dave Chappelle's rendition of Dylan in his "Making the Band" skit) YOU TOO CLOSE, HOMIE, BACK THE FUCK UP.
That seemed to do the trick. I gotta remember that for next time. And I know, I let that convo go on for entirely too long, but I thought he'd leave me alone when he realized that every time I answered a question I would turn my back to him. Whatever...
But yo, seriously, check out the next show on April 4th. Did I mention that it's free??
THEN, while I was on my way home and looking for an excuse NOT to go home, I met up with my favorite Haitian at a loft party in the Slope at like 4AM (which was really 3AM, but, you know, Daylight Savings and all).
I mean crazy techno and world music with hype men on the mic, leftover club kids, smoking indoors (of all kinds; an no I did NOT partake...), cheap liquor, live drummers, videos playing on the walls, white girls giving lap dances...the whole nine! Can you say PAR-TAY?! Needless to say I'll be back...
I just know no other place in this country is as much fun as NYC... And that whole night only set me back $14...don't hate...
*smooches...wondering if I'll be in the mood for writing next week*
lets find out together, shall we?