Monday, November 01, 2004

J.J. Fad

Remember when I would post witty things on here every day?

Me either.

I spent three straight days hanging out with a bunch of jr high kids. You would think I would get sick and tired of them after that.

I did.

Okay, not really. The truth is, they're fun. I like talking to them and playing silly games with them. I also like doing the Walls of Jericho on them and making fun of their moms.

FRIDAY: Lock-In
Highlight: Playing "Sardines" and scaring the crap out of 7th grade boys that tried to act tough.
Runner-Up: Showing the kids how "Mafia" is really supposed to be played. Don't mess with the King, bitches.

SATURDAY: Community Service
Highlight: Going to a rundown hotel in L.A. and passing out food and supplies to the drug addicts and prostitutes. We didn't really get to do anything but watch on the side while the experts took care of everything, but it's still an experience that I'll never forget.
Runner-Up: The Young Adult "Luau." It was better than I expected, but that's not really saying much since I had such low expectations to begin with. Limboing was cool. Oh, and we played Counter-Strike with Old School again. They're getting better.

SUNDAY: Halloween
Highlight: AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE marathon! Sometimes life can be sweet.
First Runner-Up: "Halleluya Night." Every year on Halloween, our church holds this event for the kids as an alternative to trick-or-treating. They think it's pagan or whatever, but I personally don't see anything wrong with trick-or-treating. Anywho, every department was in charge of a "station" -- which basically consists of a skit and passing out candy -- and the jr high group was in charge of the story of the Good Samaritan. We supposedly had a whole month to prepare, but we waited 'till the last minute just to prove how good we are because that's what we always do. It didn't turn out that bad. It's over now, and what's important is that we won't have to do it again for 364 days.
Second Runner-Up: Surprise party for Kim MSN. I would have stayed a bit longer if it wasn't filled with so much melodramatic sap. People were acting like he was leaving us or something. That's not for another year and a half.

It's flippin' November already. Uggggggghhhhhhhhhhhh.

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