You were a real crazy guy,
but you were a phenomenal actor.
Things I Learned In Maine
The scenery is georgeous in Maine.
I got lost on the way here, but didn't mind so much because of how beautiful it looks.
People are really evil in Maine.
They look nice. They smile a lot and wave at you, but I can see beneath their pleasant veneer to the darkness within.
There is no hot water in Maine.
Actually, there is, but it doesn't show up until you feel like you've been gelded for a month.
Mosquitos have no sense of decency in Maine.
In New York, mosquitos are courteous enough not to show up until it gets really hot. The ruffian mosquitos around here are very presumtuous, entering the home without being invited, sitting on the couch, watching television and sucking all of the blood in the house.
There are a lot of hot girls in Maine.
It's true. I saw hottie after hottie on the way here.
Briar cooking is delicious.
While not actually about Maine, I had a wonderful breakfast of eggs, bisquits and white gravy prepared by Suit's mom.
A more detailed post about my Maine misadventure will be forthcoming.
|How to make a Swashbuckler332|
5 parts competetiveness
3 parts courage
3 parts leadership
Combine in a tall glass half filled with crushed ice. Add a little cocktail umbrella and a dash of wisdom