Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Biddies Baltimore Bonanza

That's right my fellow TWSS ladies - it's time for a Girl's Night Out. Actually, it is a girls day slash night out. So drop the old ball and chain and lace up your party shoes for a solid day of bonding and drinking (obvi) this Saturday, October 18th. Everyone with a vag is invited, whether you're a romantic lady or a single baby as Kool and The Gang may say. The tentative itinerary is as follows:
Part I - "Why B-Less When You Can B-More...and by B-More, I mean Drink More"
Federal Hill Wine Festival - 12pm.
Part II - Howl at the Moon - 9(ish) - ? The theme of Part II is "Survival of the Fittest" seeing as this day promises to test even the most fit drinkers.

Please keep in mind there is a part I.5 allotted for dinner plans, showering, getting into evening wear and pregaming for part II. Further plans are still TBD. Suggestions are welcome, dudes are not.

I'd like to conclude with words from the great Miley Cyrus: Let's go GNO.


fbg said...

Greatest piece of literature written by a female *EVER*.

Favorite quote: "slash night out"

I'd be there, except I don't have a "vag", contrary to popular belief.

Johnnie Cochran said...


Jen said...

Jesus does not have a vag (allegedly) , therefore he is not invited.

I will be there and Carly will join us eventually.

Alyssa said...

Bri - I know it's hard to believe I was really a math major when I write such baller essays, huh?

Everyone else - Due to the fact that Kelly and I are pretty sure we can't show our faces at Nevins to sing for quite some time, I'm purchasing American Idol for the wii. This will be an activity included in the GNO. Fo Sho.

Alex said... were a math major too?


Alyssa said...

Psh, yeah. Abstract Alg was my jam.

RM said...

"such baller essays" and "abstract alg was my jam"

I think we can vote that Alyssa has had quite an impact on the culture of TWSS these last few months.

Jesus can have a vag if he wants, he can have whatever he wants. It's as if T.I. is giving to him whatever he likes.

fbg said...

I'm starting to believe that math majors write the ballinest essays. I mean, just look at this blog. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that we know what our prose is up against: equations and symbols and shit. Those Creative Writing majors have been handed a silver spoon aty birth.

Graph theory was my jam. Now it's probabilistic modeling. Whattup?!?