straight people, unsupervised

I was walking down Folsom Street on my way to Rehab when I ran across a rowdy bunch of folks standing a few doors down from Julie's. An attractive woman in her 20's walked up to me with a bloody mary in her hand, and gave it to me without a word...just a kiss on my cheek.

Then her [straight] friends started chanting some sort of nonsense, and I figured I'd audioblog it. Utter insanity.

But it was fun...and provided a good, hearty laugh I desperately needed at that moment.

This, if anything, shows why straight people should be supervised at all times. Click at your own risk...I didn't realize how loud it was until I listened to it on someone else's computer...sorry 'bout that, Joe.

this is an audio post - click to play

Rehab was fun, I saw more old friends I haven't seen in a while, and ones I should see more often. I'm kinda sad this was the last one, but I know Ryan and Marcia will come up with something interesting.

Also, I finally got to hang out with Camper English, someone I've admired for over 6 years now. He's the instigator of the infamous cocktail clique, something you should do if you haven't done it already. Camper's awesome...we should have hung out a long time ago. If you haven't done so already, pick up this month's issue of San Francisco Magazine and read the cover article by Camper, 101 Hot Nights.

Good 'readin.



At 19:08, Blogger Brechi said...

whoa...some bloody mary. oh, i needed some new distractions, so i linked ya.

At 09:17, Anonymous neil said...

damn, i want some of that bloody mary...btw i like your macho but sophisticated voice chad...post some more audio

At 12:34, Blogger Joe said...

Ow, my freekin' ears!

At 17:10, Blogger ericorbit said...

yikes, that's a buncha loud heteros. maybe they should be going to rehab too... but like, you know, the other kind of rehab?

just passing thru, nice blog :)


At 16:51, Blogger holleritsme said...

Lol. that is all.


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