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9.19.2006

I'm Going to Hell...

Funny story really quick... I had dinner with Luc Cabot's (a kid I had this past summer) family tonight, and it was really nice. I'm talking to Matt (Luc's dad) by the fridge as we are about to sit down, and he offers me a soda. He then says, "or hey, are you 21?". I'm like "yeah" so he gets me a beer. We sit down outside and they go around the table saying really nice things about me as we eat. It is just then that I realize that I am sitting there, nursing a beer, when directly next to me is a 7 year old who was in my 1st/2nd grade group and still calls me Frodo. I'm going to hell.

37 Comments:

Blogger Christopher said...

You should have invited him to join in.

~ChriSpidey

9:32 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

hey frodo, can you say hi to spidey in hell for me.


offering alchohal to minors/ grumble, grumble.

9:59 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Yeah, fortunately I didn't share with him. Spidey, I'll see you there.

10:42 PM

 
Blogger Lark said...

haha that's the separation anxiety kid right?

11:31 PM

 
Blogger Fisher-man said...

HHHHAAAAAA - - -that's great.

7:40 AM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Yep, the separation anxeity kid himself.

10:43 AM

 
Blogger Chilly said...

hilarious chain of events....

you've single handedly turning him onto an alchy. "if frodo does it... it must be yummy and wholesome."

Hope you bring spf 500.

11:59 AM

 
Blogger Christopher said...

I got "the shakes" for the first time the night after a party. My buddies tell me it was because of my seperation from the alchohal. On the upside however; if I need an intervention, it's an excuse for us all to get together. Yay!

~ChriSpidey

12:11 PM

 
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12:12 PM

 
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12:12 PM

 
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12:12 PM

 
Blogger Race said...

aww luc was great! fun that they invited you to dinner, i wonder if they will ever do that again...

12:13 PM

 
Blogger Christopher said...

*Sorry for the deleted post. My computer was spazing out.

Race-What?

12:19 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

can an intervention on you involve a tazor....please.....

12:31 PM

 
Blogger Jonathan said...

got to love it! Did the dad have one too?

12:42 PM

 
Blogger Spiffer said...

Can I come with?

Seriously, how bad have we become, that having a beer in a wholesome context is looked down upon...Let's go get a drink Frodo.

1:15 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Yes who, dad had one too...and Spiff, I'm down.

3:34 PM

 
Blogger Chilly said...

oh my frodo is all grown up. i don't know what to do...

6:49 PM

 
Blogger Spiffer said...

There and back again...just, this hobbit won't remember it.

11:36 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

You know us hobbits... we love pints and weed.

1:22 AM

 
Blogger Michael K. said...

I would've drank at Day Camp if I wasn't on contract.

"Snack time kids!"

"Again?!?! We just had snack 15 minutes ago...and why does Daff shout 'Chug! Chug!' and 'PBR!' whenever you drink your apple juice, Uncle Javelin?"



Ah, the sweet times I would've had.

11:49 AM

 
Blogger rudy said...

hahahaha the funny thing is that i was thinking of dropping daff's name in this "bloggervation" but i held back....so thank you michael hahahaha. got me in quite a few laughs.

12:13 PM

 
Blogger Spiffer said...

should've been daft instead...

12:45 PM

 
Blogger Daff said...

I'm really confused about Jav's comment. Also, what do you mean Rudy? You should explain.

5:02 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

umm what i emant is that i think your wonderful daff.

5:23 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

and wait a minute why are you making me explain when jav and spiff should be explaining......

5:38 PM

 
Blogger Michael K. said...

Because Spiff and I mentally superior, Rude. We used you.

6:06 PM

 
Blogger Michael K. said...

Dang. Grammatical eff-ups have a way of debasing ones argument, don't they?

Nonetheless, I maintain mental superiority, 'k?

6:07 PM

 
Blogger Gator said...

I know I'm a total dork for enjoying Jav's recent grammatical snafus so much ... but HA!

Awesome timing with your latest, Jav. Seriously ... a masterpiece.

6:11 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

why is it that i feel like im in one of those movies, what do you call movies like "remember the titans" or the new one with vin diesel.....where the coach tries to make you feel lame and calls you out by your last name (where we get Rude) and then he himself makes a goof....but wait he already is a goof because most the actors who play the coaches in those movies are lame (such as "the rock")....and are just trying to cover up their supposed mental superiority by bashing those that are far more superior in the ways of knowledge and wittyness....and well this is your punishment for bashing me boys, a long a@# comment that you all are going to read when really i should just be saying, screw you...dirka. dirka.

6:36 PM

 
Blogger Chilly said...

hehe. this arguement is great fun. classic. and Rudy, you wasted my time by reading that comment. there should have been a disclaimer or something

11:20 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Yeah Rude...I want my money back.

4:55 AM

 
Blogger Spiffer said...

Nice. The Daft thing was an early option I preposed when Daff was looking for a name. Funny he landed a name so similar...

daft (dăft)
adj., daft·er, daft·est.
Mad; crazy.
Foolish; stupid.
Scots. Frolicsome.

8:38 AM

 
Blogger rudy said...

i'm going to come to his defense and say that his name is daff. great name. great guy.

and lets get back on the subject of frodo and spidey going to hell....and why don't we toss jav in hell too.....this is a serious matter.

10:31 AM

 
Blogger Christopher said...

I'm taking you down with me booty.

11:01 AM

 
Blogger Chilly said...

what spidey, you and your light saber there? or you with you spidey senses?

3:16 PM

 
Blogger Bruin said...

If this kid's dad chooses to drink in front of him, it is totally fine that you do too. I'm assuming you didn't get drunk. My parents would have beer with dinner. I think it was healthy to learn how people can drink in good way. Sometimes I would pretend I thought their beer on the table was my apple juice and take a swig because I thought it was funny, so I reccommend leaving the beer in the bottle to avoid confusion by five-year olds.

2:56 PM

 

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