Day 59: Tiny Nalgene Problem

The waiter at dinner got mad because we brought a Nalgene with our own water. I cannot think of a dinner we have *not* brought a Nalgene to. Furthermore, there is free water at breakfast but they charge at dinner. Why turn the water spout off at dinner? And if they're putting us up anyway, why does ANY of this matter? Our plan: say we have some kind of condition or something (does anyone know of a good one) whereby we have to bring in our own electrolyte filled water. We feel really self-righteous about this whole thing.

10 comments:

court said...

wait, so is that tiny penguin thing really what consumed andy and jonathan's lives for days??? btw, thanks for getting andy involved in my stalking project. you should write something about stalking ex boyfriends on your hate to help blog. something about releasing all the bad energy into cyberland.

johanna said...

The penguins are funny. But can you make them bigger? I feel that they would be funnier if they were bigger.

Lana said...

make the penguin bigger. it's funny.

Claire and Lara said...

make it bigger claire, that's all you did claire, why'd that take you so long claire, it's not funny enough claire...

Andy? Jonathan? I need more help.

Jonathan said...

OK, it's bigger. You might have to refresh the main page to see it at the new size though.

chloeee said...

looordy, this blogging world has really consumed my life now. i've had a page and a half of this blasted godard and pasolini paper for the last two days. anyone who can do math quickly, do you realize what that averages? That's like I write one word every three hours, because now I'm too interested to see if someone has posted a new comment or left a new post....this is really great timing, i only have three days of school left. thank you ladies. but, keep up the good work!

Claire and Lara said...

jonathan: THANK YOU (again to the nth power)!

chloe: i think you're doing pretty well, as a word every three hours is probably better than your sister averaged in college...and that was when it wasn't free Krispy Kreme nite;)...when you graduate, send us a funny graduation picture so we can post!

Mari said...

hmmm...the stresses of blog comments after a long trip. i haven't been able to check the site in several days, now must debate how to best catch up and post without coming across like i've missed the party. it seems the highlights have been technical eduation from old dormmates and discussions of spin-off blogs (which, by the way, are brilliant. what is it they say about imitation?)

i'm going to stop writing now. maybe no one will see this as it is buried in an old blog. in the words of our dear (though, apparently, blogless) friend swillson: sad day.

johanna said...

mari, i read the old blogs. you are heard.

Claire and Lara said...

oh mari, you swear we have something better to do

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