First of all... HAPPY BIRTHDAY KIMBERLY!!!!!!!
Thankfully, since Kim's birthday is 2 months before mine, I always get a glimpse of what I have to look forward to. Like turning 25 for example, will entering into mid-twenties be traumatic? Or will it be fun? Should I prepare myself by buying everything I want off a shopbop incase I need "cheering up"? Or will gifts from myself be unnecessary? Will one piece of cake be enough? Or am I going to have to eat the whole thing?
If it's perfect, i'll order a few things off shopbop and eat half of the cake.
Unfortunately, this next joke only Kim will find funny..
Kim, if I were in Vancouver I would make you your favorite cake...
THE GRANOLA BAR... Splitsies? Hang on let me grab my one 1 Litre..
I know I've mentioned my college year in Lethbridge before and probably made references to the wheel chair accessible hut we lived in (residence), the fact that I never did laundry once and our attendance or lack there of. We were a couple of bums. Such bums that I even spent a couple of months sleeping on the pull-out in our kitchen/dining/living/bathroom (fack it was all the same) because it was the middle of winter and my window wouldn't shut. It might have also had something to do with the fact that if you wake up in your kitchen/dining/living/bathroom you don't even have to move.
I will give us a little credit since we did bake.. for purely selfish reasons.. We'd bake the granola bar so we could eat the entire thing immediately after it came out of the oven. I also drank 1 Litre diet pepsi straight from the bottle.. On a daily basis.. Lethbridge was nothing short of CLASSY.
To be honest I didn't think I could ever find another roommate like Kim. Who else could be this much fun? Who else would not only accept this kind of lifestyle, but also live it with me? Who wouldn't frown upon the motto, "laundry's for suckers" or "glasses are stupid"? Who?