Tattoo Yule

Things I did this weekend. In relative order.

  1. Friday night, I went to a bar after work with David. See Friday night’s post.
  2. Saturday Emily, David and I went to Salvation Army to donate stuff and look for a coffee table. We found nothing. Then we went to the Baltimore Tattoo Museum to get my tattoo. (photos here) It was pretty much everything I excepted it to be. So it’s in Hebrew. 5 characters. No vowels. Mendel in English. Next time I am totally bringing my minidisc to record it. It’s fascinating sounding, especially when it’s on your body. Funny too, because the inker grew up right near me. Totally a small world. After that we decided to hit up Jimmy’s in Fells Point because we were really hungry. When we got to Jimmy’s we realized they sort of remodeled there and it’s really bright in there now with new tables. I am not sure how I feel about it. At least the weird waitresses are still the same. And the food is too. Yay Baltimore. Hon! PS. Thanks David for coming and documenting this great day for me.
  3. After we got back from Baltimore, Gordon and Feetnik came over and we drove to Lisner Auditorium at GW University to see the Gay Men’s Chorus of DC perform FabYULEus. The first half was serious and somber while the second half (after they proved themselves) was all fun and games and good fun (gay) times. The second half was what we paid for, at least I did. It was really enjoyable. Yes, I enjoyed singers. However, the only buzzkill was the a Capella song. Not sure what it is about a Capella. I think it’s just the “wooo waps” of the percussion and “other sound effects” are really insulting and it makes me want to throw things at them. Anyways. After the concert we came back (braving the dandruff of god – IE. the sleet/snow), ordered a pizza and drank some beers. It was great seeing them both! And it’s still so cool Feetnik is part of my life. Yay Gordon! Yay Feetnik. Yay Gordon and Feetnik!

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