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Crazy ladies, late night snackin!

Posted on May 22nd, 2009 by annakjarzab

I’m not going to lie, I’m a pretty social creature. I have a lot of friends/friendly acquaintances and they’re all pretty awesome, if you ask me. This translates into many, many nights out a week, which is fine except for the fact that I’m a secret introvert and I’d much rather be at home reading a book. My friend Kim and I are pretty similar in that way, and we decided that while we admire those who can really go balls to the wall out every night and rally for work the next morning, we’re just not like that, and as much as we sometimes wish we were, we secretly enjoy being kind of old at heart.

Then Kim sent me this, saying, “it’s totally us”:

Now, okay: first of all, this is very funny. Also, do you KNOW how many Sonic commercials I’ve seen in the last eight or so years? A frillion. A frillion is a “real” number. And it’s a lot, considering the fact that for the past year and a half I haven’t had TV in my apartment and also I’ve never been to a Sonic. I’ve never even seen one! I don’t really believe in them. Which begat this conversation:

Shannel: I finally ate at a sonic when I was in St. Louis last year

me: i’ve never been i don’t actually believe they exist i’ve never seen one

Shannel: and I felt that another thing had been checked off on my bucket list

oh well it could have been a figment of my imagination
me: that’s probably what happened
you hallucinated a sonic
Shannel: likely.
no other possible explanation
I think I hallucinated a lot of things in St. Louis
I’m going back in June for another wedding
I’ll let you know how that “trip” goes
me: yes, enjoy your “sonic”
take a picture in front of it
“take a picture”
= draw a picture, because it’s like a unicorn, a mythical beast

2 Responses to “Crazy ladies, late night snackin!”

Dubbs on May 22nd, 2009 at 2:07 pm Said:

I have been to a Sonic, but it was in Roswell, so it might have been some sort of false memory the government implanted in my brain to cover for the…hmm…vague feelings of distress…green light….world destructio…

Cranberry limeade! Delicious!

Seriously, though: Roswell. Sonic. Cranberry limeade. Also, it may surprise you, but I am also a closet introvert and sometimes spend entire weekends not speaking to anyone. Glorious. People: who needs em?

annakjarzab on May 22nd, 2009 at 2:14 pm Said:

D, that would not surprise me at all. I’ve actually had you say to me, when I invited you somewhere, “Yeah, I would, but I need to be somewhere without people.” Or my favorite, “I don’t want to hang out with you guys too much.”

Giiiiiirl, I feel the same way.

Do not believe you on the Sonic, though.

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