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Wings at Moxie’s? Sure, why not? / English and tough thorough thought on a mug!

Brian and Holly seemed to be making plans for $4 wings at Moxie’s tonight, so in a moment of rare spontaneity, I decided to join them, Paulo, and Darryl. Turns out Jeremy and Jeff were invited too, but that was okay. I thought Brian was giving Paulo a ride too, but I guess not. At least he was willing to give me a ride through all the construction crap at about 6! After navigating through cul-de-sacs near Bridgeport, we finally found a way to Moxie’s after he met me at the hospital entrance and talking about Pettersen / Quinn Hughes. Of course I had to wear my new red DRAGON HOODIE!

We found everyone except Paulo at the back patio, so we settled in on ordering wings. Of course I had to have some hot wings since it wasn’t a share plate like last time! I got hot wings AND salt and pepper wings (which were dry, but that’s okay), plus Brian offered a honey garlic wing to me, so I took it. We talked about cooking a Big Mac and Coke in a rice cooker (only in Japan), online people, the Rock’s cheat day of a massive sushi meal, Instagram, Caesar salad, MAGIC: THE GATHERING, Paulo finally being able to make it, various meetups, cheap Costco food, other wings deals, sashimi, 7-11 food, getting a microwave from Craigslist, and our plans for the rest of the week.

Said bye personally to Darryl before going off with Brian and Paulo for a few minutes of air. We then talked about some personal stuff, not being able to tell if things were jokes or real invites, a need for a mental break being understandable, the brain telling us that things are false even when we try to convince others that they’re real, and directions. Yes, I was thanked for listening – I like this! I got home at 8:55, which wasn’t too bad at all.

This mug is from Pronunciation Studio: Yes, English can be weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought, though.

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