Sunday, February 26, 2012

DJ leopard and winter warriors

I had a girls night out this weekend that was supposed to be a girls night in watching movies but turned into a girls night talk fest followed by a girls night drink fest at the last drop.

I stopped at my local liquor store/market for a bottle of wine. I don't know why I expected Chansky's to be run by a bunch of Russians but it's not. There was no reason for me to think this was a Russian market.

Chansky's has it's own wine it seems. I didn't purchase the Chansky's wine but I did wonder who the mystery Chansky's face was. I'm guessing it's a family member who first opened the market but who knows.

DJ leopard pumping out the slaughter-matic tunes. 

Babbette joining in on the fun. I know you've probably had your fill of cats on this blog but I can't control myself.
The Last Drop is quite the shit show and yet we continue to go there. I met this girl because I liked her shirt, even though this has been the mildest winter ever. In case you can't read her shirt it says "winter warrior".

She was wasted but managed to look somewhat sober for a picture which of course was taken for my blog.

We met some people visiting from Chicago and they kept saying how rude people in Boston are. I'm not going to lie and say Boston folk are all puppy dogs and rainbows but I don't think we're a bad bunch. City folk tend to be more leery of strangers and sometimes can be rude but in general if you try to talk to a Bostonian they will be nice to you. You just have to make the effort which is way different from the South where they will automatically be nice to you no matter what. I guess I'm use to it and try to go out of my way to be nice.

Lil Anne straightened my hair and I think I look pretty fab. If only my hair was naturally pin straight. My hair is fine and wavy and very much not straight. Usually I just blow dry it so it's semi straight, but it's nice to have someone do my hair for me.

So the Oscars are tonight. I'll be tweeting up a storm as I usually do for award shows. I really hope the horse from War Horse wins best actor.

Have a lovely Sunday readers.

13 comments:

  1. I would love to see the horse from War Horse get an Oscar. That would be worth watching the Oscars for. I don't know why but when I heard Chanskys I also thought Russian. Oh well. At least you had fun! And remembered enough to blog about it. Plus I'll never get tired of cats.

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    1. Why can't a horse win! So there must be some reason why both of us thinks that store is run by Russians.

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    1. That it was, and I didn't drink too much so no hang over.

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  3. Looks like a great time! I think I'll just follow your tweets instead of actually watching the Oscars...so do a good job and please don't lie, because I'd totally believe you if you told me Hugo won best picture.

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  4. I am pretty sure I saw that girl's doppelganger at my bar this weekend.

    And we will be nice to you in the South no matter what. Then as soon as you walk away start judging you. It's nicer to talk about people behind their backs though, right?

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    1. I get the feeling the south is like that ha ha but I like to pretend that this never happens with me because I'm so awesome.

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  5. I'd rather deal with angry Bostonian drivers than MOST of the people down where I'm from. That Chicago person be trippin'.

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    1. She really might have actually been trippin, she was a tad out of it.

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  6. I hope this works!!

    Anyway! Girls nights are the BEST!

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  7. If they had an animal Oscar it should have gone to Uggie. That dog acted his little tail off in The Artist. I want to keep him forever. War Horse got NUTHIN' on Uggie!

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  8. THAT HORSE WAS ROBBED!

    You think Bostonians have a bad rap? Try being a New Yorker! Tourists step on your toes and yell in your ears and treat the sidewalk like a hopscotch court, and no matter what you do you hear "New Yorkers are SO rude!"

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