Saturday = Sausages and Scepters
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT FALL: I like pumpkins because I like saying “pumpkins”. It sounds all dense and yummy when you say it. PUMPKINS!
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT FALL: I like gourds because they look like dongs and it’s funny to look at a basket of green and yellow dongs.
It’s Wednesday and I’m just now posting about this last weekend. Jebus I’m lazy lately. Anyways, this weekend was chock full of goings-on.
It’s fall. Officially, I believe. Which is sad news. HOWEVER, the city is always a-bustlin’ around fall time because people are back in the city, back to school, and are looking for things to do. This weekend I went to…
1. The Queen West Art Crawl
They always have this big art show at Trinity Bellwoods – they put up like, 200 tents and everyone sells art and shit and it’s total pandemonium. Like retarded.
I really, really, really wanted to find some art for my new place. I hate to say it, but I saw absolutely nothing that I was willing to spend money on while I was there. Plus, there were soooooooooooooooooooo many people walking around that I became extremely uncomfortable and wanted to leave immediately. Molly fucking hated it. She pooed right next to some guy’s ugly painting of a monster or something like that. It didn’t get ruined or anything, so it was funny.
2. Roncesvalles Polish Fesival
I had never been to this festival, and since one of my favourite food groups is the perogie food group, AND since I’m moving to that ‘hood, it made sense that I make an appearance. This is what I wore:
Pretty boring EXCEPT FOR my super-wicked cool strawberry red ankle boots. WHAAAAAT PLAYA?
Anyways. Here is a sausage store. It sells super sausages.
There were many items and things occuring, such as “Man on Pole”:
“Polish Twirly Dance”:
“Polish Man Waving Dance”:
“Tub of Polish Cabbage and Beets”:
“Beer Tent with Liquor Licence Regulation Exemption”:
and “Drunk Polish Men Singing Incoherently”:
All in all, it was a fun time. I also had time to swing by Lauren’s birthday party. Since I was a late arrival, I thought I should bring a gift. Fortunately, there was a guy selling AWESOME LED light-toys, suitable for a rave and/or epileptic seizure inducement. So I bought Lauren a scepter-slash-light-sabre. It made a gorgeous centrepiece on her table of delicious cheese. It also provided disco-light ambiance on the ceiling.