Sunday, October 26, 2008

I'm Eating a Ginormous Steak Burrito Right Now.

And I had two margaritas while I was waiting for it.

What? That's not interesting enough?

24 comments:

Random Michelle K said...

More importantly, how was your waiter?

Nathan said...

I got take out, so he really didn't have too many opportunities to fuck up.

Random Michelle K said...

Was he cute?

That's always important.

Nathan said...

Michelle,

He wasn't so much my type, but anyone bringing burritos and margaritas looks fine to me.

kimby said...

Take out Margaritas????
I so think that I need to move!!

Nathan said...

All margaritas were consumed during the period of time waiting for said burrito to be prepared.

Random Michelle K said...

Yes, but a fain looking waitsever (of either gender) makes the experience so much more pleasant.

I mean, free eye candy and all.

Except for those awful places that force waitresses to dress like whores. I'm just embarrassed on behalf of those waitresses.

Leanright said...

Would there be an even BIGGER burrito on the menu, should I ever want THREE margaritas?

Salt? On the Rox?

I am so envious.

Even a Conservative Republican like me can agree with your methods.

(I'm gonna need a LOT of drinks on November 5th)

Nathan said...

Michelle,

I'll have a response to your latest tomorrow.

Leanright,

Rocks and salt. And I'm not sure they have a bigger one, but you could wait to order food until ordering the second drink.

And I'll spring for the first round. Gladly. :)

Leanright said...

If I'm ever in the NYC, I'll take you up on that offer.

And, if the company of a "righty" isn't too repulsive to you, we've got the best mexican food outside of Mexico, here in Southern Cal.

MWT said...

Leanright,

Is there anything about you as a person other than the fact that you're a rightwinger? I think the rest of us have figured that part out by now...

Leanright said...

Married to a wonderful woman who moved to the US from Korea in 1977. I have beautiful 6 year old twin daughters. I like fishing, baseball, The Office, Monty Python movies.

I live in South Orange County California about halfway between LA and San Diego, close to Laguna Beach. Graduated from CSU Long Beach, and currently doing grad work at UC Irvine. I' 6'4" with brown hair and green eyes. I just turned 40 last month. I work as a Wealth Advisor for a Registered Investment Advisor in Irvine, CA.

I like the Angels, the Celtics, the Ducks, and the Dolphins.

Anything else?

Leanright said...

I guess you're right...I tend to bring it up too much.

My username pretty much states the case. Sorry.

Nathan said...

I think he's got you there MWT.

Oh, and Leanright. A Republican and a financial advisor? This month just totally has to be sucking for you. (I kid, I kid.)

Leanright said...

Yeah...kinda sucks right now.

This too, shall pass.

Nathan said...

I honestly didn't mean to make light of some serious shit and hope things improve quickly.

Well, not with the election, but all the other stuff.

Leanright said...

Thanks. I appreciate 50% of what you said :)

Anonymous said...

Well, I would like to know what Leanright reccomends....
Anon GF

Leanright said...

Go Long index funds. SSO is a good one if you can handle a little more of the downturn, this fund moves 2x the S & P 500. If we are near a bottom, then there is some money to be made in a "rip your hair out" rally.

Indexes don't go bankrupt. Individual stocks do.

Leanright said...

May I state though, as part of my duty, I do own this position already.

MWT said...

Ah, excellent. I knew you had to be more interesting than "a Republican." :)

Also, the best Mexican I ever had was in Long Beach. Tamales... mmmmm.... *drool*

Jeri said...

Just think how many margaritas you could consume while waiting for Dominos! :D

Nathan said...

Now there's a hell of an idea. Go to a Mexican restaurant, call Dominos and have them deliver (or not) there.

Leanright said...

If you ever find yourself in So Cal, looking for Mexican food, you cannot go wrong a two places; one for the tight budget is "Las Golondrinas" which translates to "The Swallows", because the small chain started in San Juan Capistrano. They have the BEST tamales, and they also have sweet tamales: Cinnamon/Raisin and Pineapple/Coconut. If money is no object, the lobster enchiladas at Javier's in South Orange County are the best. Washed down with a pitcher of Cadillac Margaritas. Just in case.