Wednesday, November 25, 2009

NOLA Part IV: Insane Throwback


Preface:
This post is mainly for Lyla. She's been on vacation all week, and my lonely little heart misses her at work. This one is dedicated to her.

Backstory:
Last month Lyla and I were at an "event" ( I won't say for what - That'll surely get me in trouble. Also, I won't even dare to use the word "party" - because that would imply an entirely different atmosphere.) Okay so we were at an "event" and there was a gentleman at this "event" - You could describe him as "mid-forties" and "straight laced."

He came by to inform us that he used to listen to country music but now he listens to that new fangled "pop music." He then went on to ask us if we had ever heard of the Black Eyed Peas, and if we knew their *new* song "Boom Boom Pow." LyLa & I shrugged and we're notified that it was his official jam - like roll down the windows and blast it sort of jam.

If you thought that was a jem of imagery, prepare yo'self.

Later in the evening, LyLa over hear these bits: ""Back in '88, I went to a bachelor party at the Dungeon in the French Quarter....," "...it was so crazy, we played whatever we wanted on the jukebox." "...you could even buy cigarettes from a machine inside the bar."

WHAAAA??! Party over in '88!

So as I was trolloping around the FQ on my little NOLA rendezvous, I stumbled upon the insanity that is NOLA's *greatest* party mecca, the Dungeon.

Please do not make me describe the crowd out front. It pains me too much.

6 comments:

Summer (BisforBrown) said...

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAH

Cracking up over here.

88? hahhaha.

Love the daily mugshots!

Summer (BisforBrown) said...

dude, i need a crawfish for my blog.

KLaw said...

bwha ha ha ha ha ha! I SOOOOO wish I could have been there for that!

OceanDreams said...

That is hilarious! Crawfish?!

Summer (BisforBrown) said...

did you get my email back? please tell me yes. I don't want you to think I am ignoring you.
I miss you.
xo

Kathryn said...

Michelle,

I've definately been stalking the blog and such for a while. Your posts remind me of old days in the sorority house, trading ridiculous stories. We should hang out soon, now that I'm back in Louisiana.

Miss you,
Katie