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Chrystal Ann Kaminski
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This journal consists of my daily functions, my musings and general thoughts. Read as you wish...

May 2007
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Chrystal Ann Kaminski [userpic]
A night of goodness...

Last night was fun, I had my Sara and my Jeffy and everyone's favorite DJ...Pat :). I think it would be funny if he changed his DJ name to Phat Pat, ha ha LOL that would be cute. We all ate beans and cheese with our chips and salsa and Jeffy beat me up as I treid to eat my fried ice cream, which I have never had before in my life!!! it was so awesome, sweet honey goodness, it was like eating heaven. I know I will have more of it in the future.

After that we saw T3, it was so gay.......there was alot of fighting and fluffy effects and machines. I don't need fluff. It was one of those mainstream movies that you never would care if you ever saw again if you even remembered it existed. The only thing I enjoyed about it was the element of suspense it had, but that was about it.

After the movie we went home and in the car Sara, Pat and I had the most hilarious conversation about ghetto food stores like Aldi's and Lena's and how I would never go there unless I was dirt-ass poor and living on people's couches. It was just damn funny.

Thanks for the carmels apple Sara, it was carmely.

Going to club tonight, for sure this time. I need gas first though.....some car food.


Emotion: thirstythirsty
There is nothing... - (Anonymous)

Well, I know that if you're that well-to-do, you don't HAVE to go to those stores. No one would want to anyway, you have to bring your own bags and the carts cost money to use, not to mention those stores are dirty and unorganized.

For some, I know that it's not a choice to live on people's couches, I mean, if you got fired from your job and then got audited and child support is comming after you, you'd be pretty screwed.

BUt that situation is so rare, I was just giving it as an example. Most people who live that way ARE making a choice because there are always jobs out there, so you're right in that aspect.

I totally don't remember an Aldi's when I went to Germany, but I lived in Raubling, a very wealthy suberb of Rosenheim in the lower part of Bavaria. I felt poor there in comparison! all my friends had cars and the house I was living in was so big I got lost trying to find the bathroom at night. It was quite an experience though! the best time of my life.

There is nothing... - (Anonymous)

Yeah, it was pretty awesome....I want to go back soon.