Amazingly this picture was taken at about 9:30pm. Brian literally was done in about an hour and half, and we didn’t see it coming. Noel seemed hell bent to get Brian and himself trashed beyond belief and i think he did a good job at it. I got there at 8, and by 9 Brian was slurring, and bumping into things, and changing shirts because he kept spilling drinks on himself. I didn’t even have time to get a real buzz on by the time he was passed out in bed. Noel was out cold a few minutes after Brian, and we had a little fun with him at his own expense, but we were all pretty sober so its only natural to screw around with the person passed out.
I’m not sure what happened but before we knew it we were out of there before 11, heading over to Alberto’s for some California burritos for a night cap at Curtis and Jocelyn’s house. Happy birthday Brian, hope you didn’t pee i the hamper again.
So when ever there’s a festival going on, i might not understand what they’re saying, but i know i’ll be getting some good food. Boy were we wrong. We made it a little adventure to go to a Korean Festival going on in K-town, so we hopped on the Metro down to Wilshire and Normandie. The bus ride was quite interesting because the Metro Rapid has a TV showing the news, and has a live msn map showing where you are as you travel.
When we got off we walk about three block south to a huge gathering of Korean businesses at Seoul International Park. The smell in the air smelled great, but when we got there it didn’t seem like there was much to choose from. Everyone seemed to be selling the same food, and at $10 a plate it was not like it was cheap or anything. We eventually settled on some Korean sushi, and some meat on a stick. The food was pretty bleh, because it just seemed massed produced and sitting out for hours. Too bad, now i had a hankering for some good Korean food.