Ten Years Off

I went with my mom today to get our nails done, and the manicurist asked me if I was starting 11th grade or 12th grade.

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0 Responses to Ten Years Off

  1. Athene says:

    HA! That’s more awesome than the time when you were 22 and got carded to see an R rated movie.

  2. Meg says:

    That sucked too. I was kind of hoping you forgot by now.

    We all know I stopped maturing around 17 years old, but I didn’t know it was obvious on the outside too.

  3. Wabres says:

    Congratulations, you’re an immortal. As a bit of advice….

    Don’t lose your head.

  4. Kevin says:

    @ Wabres What?

  5. Hugo says:

    At least people don’t think that your friend who is 11 years older than you is your son! thats all i am saying….

  6. Meg says:

    Haha! I guess so!

  7. Wabres says:

    @ Kevin

    To answer your question, it was a Highlander (the movie) reference.
    Basically a movie about a bunch of quasi-immortals who can only die by losing their head.

  8. Meg says:

    I’ll spend eternity getting carded.

  9. stick says:

    Well Hugo, at least now you can say to me, “Who’s your daddy?!”

  10. Meg says:

    Thanks, Stick, now I’m completely disturbed. Have to focus on you two in your Bert and Ernie beds.

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