As many of you may remember, I was recently given the honor of being Le Clown’s assistant for a week. This entailed writing a short post about him which I thought honored him in the way that someone of such magnificence deserved. I had so much fun with it, and was excited when Anette over at Ink. said she’d be interested in “hanging out” with me as well.
I loved this idea. Love. Lovey love love. I’m always looking for new ways to connect with my readers, and what better way than to cavort around the greater Portland area creating mischief with them? And so, a new series was born: Team Tonic’s Troublemakers.
Even though Le Clown was a blast to be around (you’ll always be my first!) I must confess that it was nice having some girl time.
We decided we wanted to look cute and sporty (we didn’t actually want to work out) so we went to the Old Navy sale:
I tried to toss a frisbee around with her, but she couldn’t catch to save her life:
She tortured me by buying breaded meats:
We put on our best whore makeup and went to a club to pick up guys:
We went on a business trip to Boston:
We got our periods together:
We sat out on the patio drinking iced coffees, and talked crap about people:
We found out what to expect when taking our va-jay-jays on vacation:
I had a great time this week, Anette! Despite you buying breaded meats (you know I don’t like meat buried beneath a crumbly coating) you and I really had some bonding moments in there. I especially loved that thing you told me which could put you on a homeland security watch list. Oh, should I not have said that?
Thanks for the memories…
If any of you are interested in having a mildly entertaining time with me, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org along with a picture of your choice. If you don’t feel like getting up close and personal, you can observe me from a safe distance by visiting my Facebook, Twitter or Expats Post pages.
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!