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PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:11 pm 
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Wait Melisser how long are you coming for? You're available for a brunch?


Aw man, is it weekends only? I'm only around for a day or two.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:23 pm 
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Wait Melisser how long are you coming for? You're available for a brunch?


Aw man, is it weekends only? I'm only around for a day or two.



i'm pretty sure cantina dos segundos has brunch everyday! melisser, it's about 2 blocks from my house!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Wait Melisser how long are you coming for? You're available for a brunch?


Aw man, is it weekends only? I'm only around for a day or two.


I have no idea about actual days I just thought you had the Wednesday night thing and then had to jet off to another signing the next morning. I'm sure some place will offer a great brunch on a weekday!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:27 pm 
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Wait Melisser how long are you coming for? You're available for a brunch?


Aw man, is it weekends only? I'm only around for a day or two.


I have no idea about actual days I just thought you had the Wednesday night thing and then had to jet off to another signing the next morning. I'm sure some place will offer a great brunch on a weekday!


I leave Thursday at 7pm, so I could go Thursday morning!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I think we are going to Spring and Vine on Saturday. But Im bummed that they only offer brunch on Sundays. I wanted french toast with my rueben. :(

On a happier note the hubs and I are excited for Mellisers book signing next week! I hope we can hang long enough for Blackbird afterwards. We dont normally venture out on weeknights since we get up at 5am during the week. Bedtime for us is like 9 or 10!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I wish I could take off for a Thursday brunch Melisser! But I'm definitely hoping to come Wednesday night. Let's all hope I get out of work in time.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I think we are going to Spring and Vine on Saturday. But Im bummed that they only offer brunch on Sundays. I wanted french toast with my rueben. :(

On a happier note the hubs and I are excited for Mellisers book signing next week! I hope we can hang long enough for Blackbird afterwards. We dont normally venture out on weeknights since we get up at 5am during the week. Bedtime for us is like 9 or 10!


hmm this sounds vaguely familiar... went to sprig and vine last weekend but it was a Saturday so no brunch (rueben was still amazing nonetheless) and we go to bed 9-10pm weeknights too but wake up a bit later ~5:40am

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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We should meet there soon for lunch on a week day! And I can give you your shirt!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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We should meet there soon for lunch on a week day! And I can give you your shirt!

YES!

Not sure when it's opening, website doesn't say. But I will be on the look out! Will I see you/meet you next week at Grindcore?

PS. I'm nervous about meeting all of you and I'm a little shy. So I'll be the timid one in the corner with my head down.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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PS. I'm nervous about meeting all of you and I'm a little shy. So I'll be the timid one in the corner with my head down.

Awwa! You have to find us, we want to meet you and we don't bite. I should be there, and I'm pretty conspicuous (wheelchair) so please come introduce yourself!


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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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PS. I'm nervous about meeting all of you and I'm a little shy. So I'll be the timid one in the corner with my head down.

Awwa! You have to find us, we want to meet you and we don't bite. I should be there, and I'm pretty conspicuous (wheelchair) so please come introduce yourself!

Thanks! I'm going to feel bad calling everyone by their PPK names! But that is the only way I know you. SC said she would make name tags for everyone. Is this still happening? I need a head count and plans written down for this event before I get nervous and don't show at all.

Also, RandiJ if you show up and don't look like Bjork I might faint from confusion.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Haha so funny. The Bjork picture is my avatar for like everything, and back when I used Google Buzz (for like a week) my boyfriend's friend from college saw it and said to my bf "Hey...that's your girlfriend right? Is she some sort of European model? She's so exotic looking." hahahahah I was like, WHO on earth doesn't know Bjork in the swan dress? Come on.

And don't worry about being shy, I am super socially anxious and it either manifests itself by my being ridiculously quiet and shell-shocked, or manic and uncomfortably exuberant. Fun times!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Gotta admit, when I met Randi I was surprised that she didn't look like Bjork. The avatar has brainwashed us all.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Gotta admit, when I met Randi I was surprised that she didn't look like Bjork. The avatar has brainwashed us all.


But it's not as bad as knowing that Fee doesn't look like David Bowie, am I right?? :)

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Haha so funny. The Bjork picture is my avatar for like everything, and back when I used Google Buzz (for like a week) my boyfriend's friend from college saw it and said to my bf "Hey...that's your girlfriend right? Is she some sort of European model? She's so exotic looking." hahahahah I was like, WHO on earth doesn't know Bjork in the swan dress? Come on.

And don't worry about being shy, I am super socially anxious and it either manifests itself by my being ridiculously quiet and shell-shocked, or manic and uncomfortably exuberant. Fun times!

STFU! Did your boyfriend smack him?

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Thanks! I'm going to feel bad calling everyone by their PPK names! But that is the only way I know you. SC said she would make name tags for everyone. Is this still happening?


yeppers! (and no worries, i'll try to remember to respond to SC.) :-)

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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We went to New Hope for the day! Sping and Vine was devine. The tempeh rueban was yumeriffic. Its a must have!

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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My friend and I went to Blackbird today and had pizza! And then we went to Govinda's and had cake! And then we were tired and went home. We went to the sex toy store too, which was fun, but kinda weird. They have "female" and "male" toys in separate rooms, which (as a transgendered person) made me feel kinda uncomfortable, and then they used the wrong pronouns for my (also trans) friend, which made us both uncomfortable.

But I probably weirded them out too by suctioning the sparkly penises to my forehead and going LOOK AT ME, I'M A UNICORN in the middle of the store. :D

I think I may be too immature to be allowed to go to adult toy stores.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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But I probably weirded them out too by suctioning the sparkly penises to my forehead and going LOOK AT ME, I'M A UNICORN in the middle of the store. :D.

Seriously made me pee my pants!

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But I probably weirded them out too by suctioning the sparkly penises to my forehead and going LOOK AT ME, I'M A UNICORN in the middle of the store. :D


hehe. :-p

separate rooms is weird. :-/ i mean separating them makes sense in an equipment-manner, but yeah, separate rooms? hmm.

which store was it? i don't remember separate rooms at the mood.

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But I probably weirded them out too by suctioning the sparkly penises to my forehead and going LOOK AT ME, I'M A UNICORN in the middle of the store. :D


hehe. :-p

separate rooms is weird. :-/ i mean separating them makes sense in an equipment-manner, but yeah, separate rooms? hmm.

which store was it? i don't remember separate rooms at the mood.


Sexploratorium. Yeah, I've never seen a place that has separate rooms before. The main front room that you walk into has the toys they identified as for "female bodied" (I think she might have actually said "female bodied or unisex"), but there's no sign in the front room. The back room, which you walk through the front room to get to, has a big sign over it that says MALE ROOM in blue letters with the little blue "men's bathroom" symbol above it. It was super awkward because it felt like I had to choose which room I belonged in and let everyone in the store know which sort of genitals I have, more so than in a store where I can just browse various items without having to go in a whole different room. I feel like this is probably the kind of thing that cisgender people don't think about? I dunno, I don't know what cisgender people think about since I'm not one ;-)

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Is anyone driving to Melisser's event (who could take me)? Or anyone going from Center City/Rittenhouse-ish?

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Is anyone driving to Melisser's event (who could take me)? Or anyone going from Center City/Rittenhouse-ish?

Hmmmm, that's a tricky one. Not unless you want to come home with me! lol
I'm going home after work and then coming back into the city.

I was going to tell everyone that we will be driving, so if anyone needs a ride from Grindcore to Blackbird we can fit people in our car.

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