Ughhhhhh. Uhhhhhhh. Ummmmmmm. *headscratch* I'm still trying to piece together what happened last night. *slumps*
Gee. This is awfully hard. My brainnnnnn. It hurts. Anyway... Eiri arrived and compsognathus and I spoke with him for a bit, then hachimenreirou arrived to pick us up, because we weren't about to drive over there, being as we wouldn't in any condition to drive back. Hell, even before Jason got here we were rather... Enlightened. Yes. That's it. Enlightenment is where it's at, baby. Where it's at. Where it's at. Which is why we were going to the Temple... Hahaha. SO. WE WENT. Eiri sat up front with Jase and Compy and I sat in the back. The two of them were talking at length about something I could have cared less about and Compy and I had our noses pressed against the glass, making faces at everyone we drove past.
Jase is such a careful driver. It damn near took us 2 hours to get there. Plus he kept making all these WRONG TURNS everytime he'd seen a building or something that caught his interest. We'd just HAVE to drive by it to admire it. Not that there was anything WORTHY of admiring, but hey, I'm not going to burst his little bubble.
He did make us listen to crazy-ass French catwalk techno, though. I have yet to decide whether that's forgiveable or not. It did, however, lead to Jason and Eiri talking about how fashion shows are a breeding ground for bad music, which, apparently, needs to stop. Who would have guessed.
I'm not sure which song they were playing when we finally got through the door, but it RULED as ALWAYS. We moved over to the bar and all kinds of people started buying us drinks, which we... drank. Fastly. Jase had a glass of champagne and that was all, but we drank... lots. And then we drank some more. People kept buying us more and more. Eventually we made it up to... the third floor, I think it was. Where we just chilled out and, uh, enlightened ourselves further, which made us EXTREMELY lazy, so we laid there giggling and talking for the rest of the night while Jason mingled.
Eiri kept snapping at us so Bo and I lectured him about being ANAL, which he is, and I think by like 2AM or so he just finally... let go. Which was good. Because then things started getting really crayzee. We finished up by 6 (after Cowgirl, of course) and were back home by 7, but none of us were in the mood to sleep, so we ate some... stuff... And enlightened ourselves even MORE. We're so... devout. Oh, yes. Jason went home, and Compy, Eiri and I had ourselves A GRAND adventure. I can't really remember what it was about. I do remember laughing my ass off, though. I laughed so hard I thought I was going to puke and die. We all did. At one point I think we even forgot what we were laughing at, and that made it all the much funnier. I don't think it was like the time we went on safari, but I would imagine that it was sort of like that.
That went on for like 4 hours, then we all fell asleep, and now I'm awake, because I have work to do.
How's THAT for dedication?
I still feel... yeah.
This should be... interesting.
We ALL have to go HERE on the 18th. It's the grand opening! And since I think Jason has to be there the rest of us had might as well show up anyway. That way, at least, we can experience it for ourselves, rather than having to HEAR about it for WEEKS on END. Eiri, Junea, Star, Compy, this includes you. It's right beside Roppongi Hills, which is, like, sooooo cool. The opening expo is titled Happiness: A Survival Guide for Art and Life. Rule.
I love this city.
I do not love work.
ESPECIALLY WHEN I'M #%*@!$.