Cornfield Meet

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Our Valued Destiny

shellshock So Jenn & I were out shopping for prom, since it’s in a couple weeks – that’s part of my outfit over there on the left, but that’s totally all you’re getting to see – and while we were out by Merry-Go-Round we saw Claire and that Bender idiot (can you believe he’s still wearing her earring?) making out by the Orange Julius right after Ferris passed out at 31 Flavors. Of course, then we saw Johnny and Ali fighting (again) so we hung out over in front of All American Burger where we could see them without them seeing us. (Damone came over and tried to tell us he could get us Van Halen tickets for ten bucks, but seriously, dude.) Then Russ came past and wouldn’t shut up about some Antarctic Blue sports car thing he and his dad are supposed to be picking up this week. We listened for like three seconds because that’s when Lane said hi, so we blew off Farmer Ted and talked skiing and French for a few minutes, if you know what I mean. It was awesome.

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May 14, 2009 - Posted by | 1980s, eighties, Film, Ohio | , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. What are you talking about?

    Did you see Star Trek yet? If not, GO SEE IT.

    Comment by Ivan | May 15, 2009 | Reply

    • Jenn & I are going to an ’80s prom party later this month. We hit the thrift store this week. :)
      I think we’re going to try to see Star Trek on Sunday. If it doesn’t work, I just may go see it myself on Monday because I’m too psyched to wait much longer.
      The North Canton Library doesn’t have “What I Talk About…” I’ll give the Stark Co. library a shot.

      Comment by jrbooth | May 15, 2009 | Reply

  2. […] like, awesome, of course. Jenn & I went to a 1980s prom-themed party on Saturday (which I hinted at a few weeks ago) and had an absolute blast. Bartles & Jaymes on ice, of course, an appropriately awesome […]

    Pingback by It was, like, awesome, of course. « Cornfield Meet | June 1, 2009 | Reply


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