First off, I just want to express my New Years wishes to everyone. I hope that everyone had a safe and fun one, and that a lot of Rock Band was played.
Well, that's what me and my friends did...for about 8 hours. Needless to say it got real fucking hot in the house and I decided to lose my shirt. Then a few more came off. Then the girls thought it would be a good idea to strip down to their bras. Then we decided it would be a good idea to create a new drink out of Hogan energy drink (powered by SOCKO, whatever that is) and Jager. We called it a "Legdrop." Quite delicious!
Now, the night was moving along just fine and we are so drunk that the girls decide we need to play "Wanted Dead Or Alive" and "Maps" about sixty times each. This is hilarious for about the first five times and then it is just irritating. Certain songs can only be "epic" for so long before you want to knock yourself out against a brick wall.
So, when I finally decide to go to bed, I am rather proud that none of my guests have broken anything in my house or gotten so drunk that they start a fight. However, the next morning left me feeling not so accomplished.
Why not wake up and play The Simpsons game and skate. for fun on New Years Day? Oh yeah, because Dreadedmoose threw up on/in my couch. Worst part, it took us a while to figure out just where that smell was coming from. In the end, it was sort of funny, but now my couch smells like regurgitated pizza, "legdrops," and Guinness. No amount of cleaning seems to help. I think it is safe to say that my couch has fully been pwned...or owned...or dominated...or torque-bowed...whatever, the thing is fucked.
Oh well, a new year and time to make things alright again. I hope I can get to know more of you this year and play some games along the way. I don't care how "L33t" you are at COD4 or TF2 or Gears of War or whatever. I just want to play for the sake of being able to play. It's our past-time, and why not spend it together in an enjoyable environment?
Anyways, hope you all have a prosperous 2008 and get the most of what life throws at you.