November 1st, 2007

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To the women of the world

Seriously, the number of women I've run into lately who pick men that obviously are bad choices is astounding.

Sometimes, it can be tough to tell.

But frequently, it's like shooting fish in a barrel. What are you women thinking?

One guy I met, he just never ever shut up. (Thank god for that girl it was a one-night stand.) Other times, the dude doesn't hold a job, has no money, doesn't pay any attention to her, calls 20 times a day, smokes a lot of pot, etc. Within a week or so, it's usually obvious.

Listen to your friends. Seriously. When they warn you, they are often on to something.
Pie

Last notice: Pie Night Means Love!

I haven't time to put together a flier for Pie Night like I intended, so this will have to do.

Pie Night Means Love!

Who? You. Me. Other people. Pie. Wait... that's a what. Invite others. Repost this announcement if you want (please direct responses here).

What? Pie.

Where? My place. 2301 Fairview Ave E, Seattle. (Ring WEISS)

When? November 3rd. That's a Saturday. Show up anytime after 3. (Or before really. I'm not doing anything except making pies...)

Why? Because Pie Is Love.

What the hell is this Love thing? There's a theme. In the movie, The Waitress Keri Russell has names for all her pie recipes, such as:

  • I'D-PAY-GOOD-MONEY-TO-WATCH-NATHAN-FILLION-EAT-THIS-PIE PIE
  • LIFE ISN'T ALWAYS EASY AS PIE
  • I CANNOT FIT INTO MY OWN PANTS PIE
  • SEX POT PIE

If you are bringing pie (there is no requirement to bring pie, however), the pie must have a name, and the subject must relate to love. I don't know what we'll do with you if you don't bring a pie.

Remember the rules! First, no cake. No cookies. All foodstuffs must be pie, sweet or savory. Second, no store-bought pie. Purchasing crust is fine. Purchasing filling is fine. But you must put together your pie and bake it.

All that said, who's coming?