On the way to Perkins my roommate (Jenny) did something to make me gag...I did not appreciate that.
All the senior citizens at Perkins made me feel like I was in an episode of The Twilight Zone.
It gets even better too...Jenny and I went to The Watkins Museum/Store to buy something for her grandma's friend and we were surrounded by even more senior citizens. They were everywhere!! I wanted to get out of there right away, but Jenny made me stand in line with her. I was seriously feeling claustrophobic - plus, all the smells weren't helping either.
Note: I have nothing against the senior community. I love older people. I'm glad they are alive and kicking and able to take a tour bus all the way to Winona, MN to visit The Watkins Museum. They looked like they were in hog-heaven.
Jenny has an obsession with trench coats. I keep telling her that it's a bad idea to get one, but she ordered one anyway and now she has to return it.
One of the senior citizens at Watkins said, "Uuuuugh, you'll smell so nice," after her husband bought some peppermint foot lotion. I almost busted a gut laughing, but I held it in. Now it's a joke Jenny and I repeat - I love those kinds of jokes.
I took a three hour nap today. I love spring break.
I bought Up in the Air without viewing it first, but it was nominated for a few Oscars, so that's a safe buy, right? Another rationalization by me, thank you very much.
Oh, and the lady at Wal-Mart (I love Wal-Mart people) didn't believe I was old enough to purchase at Rated-R movie!! I told her I was 22, and then she gave me a dirty look. So I pulled out my license, and she finally sold me the movie. It's Up in the Air for goodness sakes!
I gave Jenny an Indian name - Slams the Door.
Slams the Door and I are having a roommate night where we're going to wings, watch some movies - Up in the Air and Inglourious Basterds - and do some homework.