Friday, June 01, 2007

Blog Writers Of The World Unite And Take Over

Most people assume that the life of a blogger is a glamorous existence of premiers, parties and beautiful people. And you know what? Its true! Last night at my first Blogger Summit (that just sounds so much better than happy hour, plus now I'm sure I can use my bar tab as a tax deduction) I got to put faces to my favorite blogs. I then proceeded to drink so much that I forgot what those faces look like. So Midwesterner, you can keep writing "This Is Not Me" and I will be just as duped as everyone who has never actually seen you.

I'd like to say the following to everyone who was there last night:

I hope you had as much fun as I did.

When are we doing it again?

What was the deal with the waitresses shushing us?

If I said anything to offend you in the hour leading up to my departure you can rest assured that I don't remember saying it and lets just leave it at that.

21 comments:

  1. Next time we should go to Dive 75 and have a Connect Four or Jenga tournament...they don't SHUSH you there.

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  2. Connect Four is a noisy game so they have to make allowances for loud gatherings.

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  3. EXACTLY! Jenga can get pretty crazy too...with everyone chanting, JENGA, JENGA! Plus, have you ever heard one of those towers fall? Madness.

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  4. I vote for just drinking in an abandoned lot somewhere. Perhaps the bad part of town? We can start a trash fire if that would sweeten the pot...

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  5. I have some GREAT pics of you and Irish!! Hilarious. I had a great time, we should definitely hit up an abandoned lot again soon.

    That hostess is lucky she was slammin hot because she was VERY annoying.

    -Jew

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  6. As long as the abandoned lot has ample seating I'm in!

    I want to see those pictures.

    JENGA!

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  7. I suggest the New York Public Library. I guarantee we are not sushed as much as we were last night.

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  8. Blogger meet-ups??? Let me know if that tax write off thing works. The next time I come to NYC we can discuss blogging.

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  9. I can't believe your actress wash shushing you.

    Count me there next time.

    I would've beenn there last night if it weren't for stupid rehearsal.

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  10. Midwesterner - If the library has a bar, I'm in!

    Josh - Just take my word for and write off whatever you want.

    lioux - Sorry you weren't there but practice makes perfect.

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  11. Damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it, I really missed out.

    Count me in on the next one. And definitely do it soon. =+)

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  12. ha ha - You were missed. I'm hoping the next get together happens soon.

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  13. Well apparently I am having a dinner party...maybe that's where the next one will take place!

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  14. Kitty - That was all Irish & Jew's idea!

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  15. Kitty- IT'S HAPPENING.

    I think if you scream things at people in all caps, they come true right?

    I want lobster rolls!!!!!!!

    -Jew

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  16. ahem. I meant:

    I WANT LOBSTER ROLLS!!!

    -J

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  17. Jeff send me yr email and i send you these hilarious pics! hahaha. Let's do it again very soon! And Kitty I can't wait for your dinner party ha! No lobster rolls this Irish girl doesn't eat ocean or anything from the ocean unless it was a drowning cow ;)

    Happy Friday!

    Irish

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  18. Oooh. I'm jealous. I wish I was in NYC.

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  19. I want to know what it takes to get into such a faboo little circle. Not that I didn't just meet some OTHER NYC bloggers, but you guys sound drunker. :-)

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  20. I didn't mind being shushed. That "I'm not your waitress" type hostess girl was beautiful...

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  21. Kelly8:28 AM

    damn south africa. i wish i was a drunken blogger in brooklyn last week. i'm coming along with a fake blog next time. (anyways...off to inquire about a seal-clubbing expedition now.)

    jeff - thanks for the reminder.I had forgotten that I was Miss (west?) Virginia as recently as 2 weekends ago.

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