booze n burgers

objects in photos are *much* larger than they appear

booze n burgers

We woke up early (though I guess we always get up early), made breakfast and drove to Costco. We were threw caution to the wind and broke the cardinal rule of going to Costco: never go on a weekend. We didn’t care. We were wild and crazy. We arrived not even an hour after opening and already all the lots were nearly full. Undeterred, we pressed on.In no time at all our cart was filled to capacity with, among other things, dragonfruit (in bulk!!!), coffee, organic mushrooms, a 6lb block of mozzarella, and a matching set of duralex glasses. It’s our first set of matching glasses ever which I guess means we are officially adults.

And oh yeah. Booze. Two frat-party sized jugs of it. One rum. One vodka. Grand total: $30. God bless Costco. And God bless living in a city on the other side of the world that has a Costco.

Sly got it in his head that he would make cheeseburgers and pina coladas, and so that is what we did. We spent the afternoon drinking mason jars of blended tropical drinks and stuffing our pie holes with massive juicy burgers and watching How I Met Your Mother on Netflix and I didn’t feel guilty about it one tiny bit. All that was missing was a tub of chocolate brownie ice cream, but hey, the night is still young.

Some days you just need a little (or a lot) of booze and burgers.

Sometimes it’s the little things in life that get you through the bigger things.

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  • funnelcloud rachel
    April 18, 2015 at 5:39 pm

    I’ll be right over!!! 😉

  • veronika
    April 19, 2015 at 12:00 pm

    Sweet! Let’s get drunk and go looking for otters!

  • funnelcloud rachel
    April 20, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Drunken otter photography! Sounds like the best vacation ever!

  • Karen
    April 20, 2015 at 12:04 pm

    Chocolate brownie ice cream got my attention! Do they have mangosteens in S. Korea? I have heard really good things!

  • veronika
    April 20, 2015 at 12:37 pm

    I have yet to see mangosteens here (those are a fave of mine as well!) but maybe it’s not in season? You would think that with Korea’s close proximity to tropical countries we would be able to get all kinds of tropical goodies. So far just dragonfruit and mangos. I have had frozen lilikoi though.

  • veronika
    April 20, 2015 at 1:48 pm

    I feel like there’s a tshirt in there somewhere: “I went to Korea and all I got was this lousy drunken photo of a pissed off otter.”