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Difficult Decision: how to spend your Friday night?

In Uncategorized on March 8, 2006 at 10:38 pm
Due to the numerous options that you all have for where to spend your St. Patrick’s Day, we have decided to offer some helpful advice for you to consider while making your decision.

Reasons to come to our party:

1) The Basement: come see if everything you’ve heard is true.

2) Two words: beer pong.

3) Matt

4) Two more words: keg stands.

5) Noah

6) You want to help us put an end to the Champagne Room.

7) Jeff

8) You don’t have other plans.

9) You do have other plans, but with people that aren’t as cool.

Reasons NOT to come to our party

1) You dislike people with “Kiss me, I’m Irish” shirts, especially when they aren’t.

2) You are afraid of Leprechauns, and you think Matt looks like a very tall one.

3) Washington Heights is soooooo far away.

4) You think Jeff is a tool.

5) You had a bad experience when you were eight involving clovers and men in green shirts.

6) You think Noah looks funny since shaving off the goatee.

7) You refuse to acknowledge and celebrate the corporate machinations behind the commercialization of quasi-religious holidays, including, but not limited to: Saint Patrick’s Day, Saint Valentine’s Day, All Saints’ Day & All Hallows’ Eve (Halloween), Christmas, and Easter.

8) You weren’t allowed to eat Lucky Charms while growing up, and you never got over it.

9) You were allowed to eat Lucky Charms, and you never got over it.

Maybe I’m biased, but I think the Pros far outweigh the Cons. So you should be bringing your ass up to our place on Friday the 17th, otherwise, I just might not be your friend anymore.

It’s at me and Matt’s place, in the Heights. Ask me for directions.

We’ll have a keg, which means all you can drink for a $3 donation (we ain’t made of money).
Bring any hard liquor you might want, and a snack to share with your friends.

Is the decision really that hard? You know you want to come We’re waiting

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