It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Opera

×
avatar
katsaysmeh: Can I join the party or is it too late? Or too early? I don't even know where you guys live. o_O
Sure why not? ;)

avatar
Barnell: Me and Johnnie walker (red label) got you back

or shouldI say johnnie walker and I have your back
I applaud your drunk grammar!
avatar
katsaysmeh: Can I join the party or is it too late? Or too early? I don't even know where you guys live. o_O
avatar
Ixamyakxim: Sure why not? ;)

avatar
Barnell: Me and Johnnie walker (red label) got you back

or shouldI say johnnie walker and I have your back
avatar
Ixamyakxim: I applaud your drunk grammar!
the sad part is its better then my non drunk grammar
I had a panic attack earlier in my apartment. There was no noise or anything so I don't know what triggered it, maybe it's that I have family in Boston for the marathon and I'm somewhat worried. In any case I figured that a change of atmosphere would do me good so I went to my local Hooters.

I did not drink too much (2 beers, a scotch (JW Black Label) and two long island iced tea) but I have a nice buz going on but I have to wait for it to diminish somewhat before going to bed so they don't mess with my anti-anxiety meds.

I like my local Hooters, the only one in Quebec. I've seen pictures of some of them in the U.S. and Ontario and I must say that the waitress here are much better looking.

"Stupid Girl" by Garbage was playing on the Juke-Box when I left so it was a nice ending to a nice night.