Saturday, November 3, 2007

Lucky Man!

Where the hell would I be without my friends? Dump, McBest, and Daddy, add me, you got the Scurvy Squad. I mean, damn, I really can't see myself having fun without these guys in my life. The Scurvy Squad had it's first full reunion at Church the other night. Let me tell you, anyone who wasn't there to witness it, you missed out. Loading our table with $1 pitchers of PBR and chugging them just as fast as we could get them, Daddy telling every girl that walked by "i love you", and the tool bag guy that walked by in the dark club at night time with sun glasses on. Man, life would not be the same without the Scurvy Squad around. Every night McBest wants to be a little girl and curl up in bed because he has to get up in the morning to work, but do we let him? NO! and I guarantee you he does not regret for a minute that he has come out with us, because you could open a bar and just let us 4 be in there alone and we would have the time of our lives. Scurvy Squad is our name, Cougar hunting is our game, and no one does it better. From yelling at random people in the club for pulling my hair, to having some dumb girl wanting to play the air guitar on the dance for, hell, even to Dump leaning his head out the PA to puke and getting it on the inside and outside, a Scurvy Squad night, is always a night to remember. To me, nothing could compare to anything we have done, or any night we have experienced. I'm drunk right now, just got done drinking a couple minutes ago, and you know what? I am waking up in 3 hours to drive to East Lansing and tailgate, and get drunk again as soon as I get there. That is how the Scurvy Squad rolls, and although it is only me and Dump going to represent the SS, we will represent it to the fullest. In the words of McBest "you fuckers won't have as good of time without me there", maybe true McBest, but we all know we will try our best. I love my friends man, love them to death. Also, I can't forget about my "Three's Company" crowd, KMFP and ELAL, you two ladies are the shit, and really don't know how I could get through a day without you two. A little word of wisdom to everyone out there in blog land who actually look at this thing, never let your friends slip away, you can have petty differences, even arguments over other relationships, but I tell you, nothing is worth losing a best friend over, and I mean nothing. Don't let people you care, or cared about ever slip away, it is not worth it, I believe that is someone has given you happiness at some point in your life, even with all the grief, they are worth keeping in your life. Because hate them or love them, they once made you feel good, and who doesn't want to feel good.

Fairdinkum,
Kal El

“I'd like to wear a rainbow every day, and tell the world that everything is o.k. But I'll try to carry off a little darkness on my back. Until things are brighter, I'm the Man in Black.”-Johnny Cash

1 comment:

Head Artichoke said...

I'm going to have to try this drunk-blogging thing. It reads well.