Our Last Summer (before college)

Picture blog!

So the night began with me picking up Jason to hang out over dinner. To be honest, we didn’t really know what we were going to do until Diggs called us up and told us we were free. I was like, “OH SHIT!!!” and asked her if she would like to have dinner with us. She accepted and the three of us headed downtown towards Union Square to eat at the very popular Cheese Cake Factory. I dropped Jason off to reserve us a spot while Diggs and I parked in the garage and saw the most beautiful sight to behold.
An Aston Martin V12 Vanquish. *salivates* It was an honor to stand so close to such an amazing piece of engineering and beauty. I got a little embarrassed because I was holding Erin up so I had to reluctantly depart.
We met up with Jason outside the garage and found out we had to wait 45 minutes to get a pager and then wait more. Since the Cheese Cake Factory was so popular, I was intrigued about how good the food was so I wasn’t too irritated about the wait time. So we stood around like a douche bags thinking about what to do in the meantime. We were obviliously walking away from Union Square when we turned around and saw a giant projector screen. We walked up the steps to find that Breakfast at Tiffany’s was showing OUTSIDE in in the middle of Union Square. How cool is that? There must have been several hundred people in the audience, bundled in warm jackets and colapsable chairs. This is just one of the many reasons I love my home town.
Macy’s. The soul of America and home of the Cheese Cake Factory.
“I look like a bald monk.” – Erin
Bird’s eye view of the Breakfast at Tiffany’s showing in Union Square.

This is how we would look if you were wasted. Courtesy of Diggs.

Some more beautiful shots of Union Square although my VGA camera lens ruined everything. Still, SF rocks. Period.

The inside of the Cheese Cake Factory is very nice. I love the design and the decor.
Aren’t we a photogenic bunch?
I was hungry OK??
I’m the type of fella you can bring home to meet your mother.

Hella good smoothies.
This is when we took away Jason’s dignity by not letting him sit back in the booth to eat his cheese cake. Erin proceeded to block his entrance and ate his cake in front of him. It was +h3 hilarious.
Here’s Erin taking pleasure in Jason’s pain.

I’m going to miss everyone when they leave and when I leave. Keep in touch, everyone. :)

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