Sunday, December 29, 2002
Laughing is good for the heart...

Well, contrary to my original plans, I didn't pull off a hermit move and hang around my house like I planned. Instead, I went out to eat with the usual AACF (and ex-AACF)suspects at this Chinese restaurant on the eastside in Bellevue, which was aight. On account of my birthday, I got eat free... whoohooo!

Afterwards, we hung out at Sol's house, playing a game of "Mafia" and the infamous "Loaded Questions" AKA "What the..." - the latter turned out to be a hilarious game. For those who don't know, the game is pretty simple... people divide into two teams, and write up a bunch of open-ended questions. The questions are thrown into a hat, and pulled out one by one - when the question is read, each person writes down their answers and then hands the paper with their answer to their team's spokesperson. The spokeperson for Team A reads aloud the answers, while Team B tries to guess and match who guessed what on Team A. Then the teams rotate and switch...

We played several rounds and I was laughing so hard, my sides were hurting. It felt good to laugh that hard. Some of the funny questions and answers:


question: What sidekick would you be?

answers: "Al Gore", "Spiderman's sidekick: Spiderkick", "Jong-Sun, Chongsun's Sidekick"

question: If you were a Chinese basketball player, what would your name be?

answers: "Sum Ting Dope", "Mai Tee Hung Gai", "Xiao Pengyou", "Big Confucious", "Chinese Basketball Player"

question: If you were a new type of smurf, what would your smurf name be?

answers: "Full Clothed Smurf", "Smurf the Magic Dragon", "Fo Sho Smurf", "Rob Schneider Smurf", "Mini-Me Smurf"

question: What names would you give your first daughter and first son?

answers: "Little Mookie and Big Al Loraine", "1 of 1 and 2 of 2", "Barbara Anne and Oops, I Did It Again"

question: If you had a useless superpower, what would it be?

answers: "Toliet Paper Hand", "Interchangeable Butt Cheeks", "Kick myself in the butt on the first try", "Fly in water"


Well, you get the idea. I suppose it doesn't look too funny just reading it, but it was hilarious at the time.

Now, I'm just chillin' with a pint of Sparks and bowl of Nut Clusters. Happy Birthday, Garrett... enjoy the little things.


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