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Votes: 4

 I chipped a tooth

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Nov 30, 2001
It used to look like this

Now it looks more like this


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Stupid metal. Teeth really aren't meant to chew it I suppose. Well hopefully I can get it capped or whatever next time I go to the dentist.

On a happier note, I went to a Mavericks game last night (they lost to the Kings 110-98). It was a lot of fun. Close up to the last 2 minutes (blowout early and a big Mavs comeback had the crowd going). The place was packed with attractive high school girls. We scalped lower level ($51) tickets for $40 and got those bangers (balloons you bang together). I broke mine though. I was being pretty rowdy, yelling and banging and shit. Afterwards we went to Hooters. The waitress at the next table over was super hot with an incredible rack. Between a pitcher there and a mighty stoning I received last night I passed out dead by midnight.

Plans for the weekend in chronological order starting from 5:30 tonight

  • Work out
  • Sign lease (to start 12/14/01)
  • Call little brother, tell him to read Orientalism by Edward Said
  • Become less sober
  • Lots of laundry
  • Watch UT defeat Colorado in the Big XII championship
  • Oil change
  • Clean up house so I can start packing
  • Buy more coffee
  • Win fantasy football game

Hopefully I can manage all that, but it might be tough.


Hooters???!!! (none / 0) (#1)
by Moonshadow76 on Fri Nov 30th, 2001 at 01:53:19 PM PST
Sorry you chipped your tooth. At least it didn't happen AT Hooters, I take it. That would have been about par for the course there for me. After hearing my husband go on and on and ON about the buffalo wings there, we FINALLY got to go with his friends when we were visiting them to go see my first baseball game. (Have I mentioned I've led an oddly sheltered life?) Our guy friends love Hooters because of, what else, the girls. So we got there, there are cute young women in short shorts and the Hooters tops everywhere, our friends are grinning like idiots and I'm having fun not laughing at them. Our waitress was pretty and friendly when she seated us, but it all went downhill from there. She forgot us. Then we got her attention and she had them bring us our drinks (not the fun kind, the wash down your food kind). She got the order wrong. She forgot our friend's salad. She snatched my napkin right out from under my hand and walked off with it, absently wiping her own hands! She got her arm in our friend's food when she served him, and stole HIS napkin too! The buffalo wings had about a teaspoon of hot sauce mixed with about 1/4 cup of WATER on the bottom of the plate they were served on, but no sauce ON them. When we were leaving, the guys had put their share of the tip down already, and I was about to add our $4 to theirs, she came by the table and SNATCHED up the tip, not waiting for the rest of it to be added!! So it wasn't.

I hope I have a better time if we ever go again. Sounds like your Hooters experience was better than mine. Out of curiousity, what are your preferences when you say "become less sober?"

preferences (none / 0) (#3)
by alprazolam on Fri Nov 30th, 2001 at 02:20:14 PM PST
It doesn't matter much, although I've little desire to deal with the inconveniences of say, shooting up. Based on availability I'll just be abusing a few mood altering drugs.

And yea Hooters sucks some times, the one in St. Louis does. Downtown Dallas is significantly better. Your experience is just pathetic, there's really no excuse for service that bad.

Glad you think so (none / 0) (#4)
by Moonshadow76 on Fri Nov 30th, 2001 at 03:07:18 PM PST
I'm glad to hear that from a guy, I'd hate to think only another female might be bothered by such rudeness. The one we went to was in Houston. Maybe we'll make it to Dallas someday for something and try the one there. My husband fantasizes of a trip to Buffalo to the place Buffalo wings were invented....

I have too many allergies to even consider taking drugs for recreation. I'm lucky I can consume alcohol, since my mother is severely allergic to that.... Be careful and don't OD. There are other interesting mood altering techniques but they take longer, like the "runner's high" from exercising, or meditation (I like), or what my mother discovered by accident when her drunk violin teacher had her play "Lullaby" at the lowest setting on the metronome and it sent her into a trance.

The Anchor Bar, in Buffalo, is where wings were (none / 0) (#5)
by Adam Rightmann on Fri Nov 30th, 2001 at 06:37:09 PM PST
invented. I've had them, good, but not transcendent. I don't think it's worth making a special trip from Houston for.

Anyhow, there is a better Buffalo treat that you can't get anywhere but Buffalo, beef on weck. Thinly sliced roast beef, cooking in au jus, on a kummelweck roll with a dollop of horsey sauce. The kummelweck roll is the limiting factor, a hard roll with carraway seeds and large salt crystals, they become soggy within a day of baking and the bakeries away from Buffalo that can make them are few.

If you get to Buffalo, try a beef on weck.

A. Rightmann

Nononono... (none / 0) (#2)
by ana on Fri Nov 30th, 2001 at 02:19:29 PM PST
Watch UT defeat Colorado in the Big XII championship

Like I watched Nebraska defeat Colorado last Friday? I mean, whodathunkit, but hey, the Buffaloes won something.

As for the incredible rack, probably incredible is the right word.


Why not?

Edward Said (none / 0) (#6)
by nathan on Sat Dec 1st, 2001 at 01:43:37 PM PST
is the scum of society. Honestly, he makes Noam Chomsky look like George Washington.

I hope you told your brother that he's just an excellent example of what's wrong with the academic left today.

Li'l Sis: Yo, that's a real grey area. Even by my lax standards.

sorry, bad grammar (none / 0) (#7)
by nathan on Sat Dec 1st, 2001 at 01:47:49 PM PST
I meant that Said is an excellent example, etc., not that your brother is. I hope that's clear.

Li'l Sis: Yo, that's a real grey area. Even by my lax standards.

i told him (none / 0) (#8)
by alprazolam on Sun Dec 2nd, 2001 at 04:21:12 PM PST
that Said articulated exactly why it is diffictult to judge other cultures. I think he pretty much knows what that means, although he's only a high schooler.

I agree. (none / 0) (#9)
by nathan on Mon Dec 3rd, 2001 at 10:42:35 AM PST
Said is an excellent living proof that lying, bigoted jerks should not be trusted to judge other cultures.

Li'l Sis: Yo, that's a real grey area. Even by my lax standards.


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