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Friday, June 15, 2007

Chili Dog and Garlic Fries

DH & I were both recipients of free tickets on Tuesday.

Conversation with my boss:

Boss: T, do you like classical music?
T: Sometimes.....
Boss: Would you like to go to the Symphony, you can use my tickets next month?
T: Ummm.... OK! (Trying to be non chalant...but secretly yelling: YES!!!)

Boss is a season ticket holder at the symphony. I thanked Boss for his generous offer. He knows that I like watching performance/ cultural events so I'm glad he offered the tickets to me. :)

Later that afternoon, DH scored free tickets to last Tues' SF Giants game from his boss. They were great seats too... a few rows behind the Giants dugout on the 3rd base side. We were so close to the field, I could practically touch Barry Bonds on the on deck circle.

That night at the baseball game, there was a cute guy who was sitting next to me. He looked like this actor, but had a goatee, very hot.

I was eating my chili dog which was piled high with chili, onions and cheese. He turned to me and said, that looks good, how's the chili dog? I was in mid chew so I couldn't answer him right away. He leaned in again and asked, that looks really good, where did you get the chili dog? With a mouthful of chili dog and garlic fries, I told him... hahaha. Yeah, very attractive and lady like, I know.

DH saw the whole thing and I turned to him and he was laughing at me as I recounted what cute guy said. I told DH that he was cute and he rolled his eyes at me.

Later, cute guy and his friends brought beer in cans which is prohibited in the ball park. The usher saw it and confiscated it. The usher looked like the actor, Wilford Brimley, who does the Quaker Oats commercials. When the usher left, cute guy turned and leaned to me and said, "I never buy his oatmeal." It was a funny remark .... DH & I both laughed.

DH nicknamed cute guy, "Mr Close Talker", from the Seinfeld episode. Close talker or not, he was hot. ;)

Question of the day: Do you have a nickname coined by your friends or family?


Blogger Ally said...

I LOVE free tickets...and free meals...and well most anything else that is free.

My uncle calls me Labby-La since I had imaginary friends by that name for a while...and some call me Ally or Allycat, but that is about the extent of it. Do you have a nickname?

June 15, 2007 at 12:13 PM  
Blogger Trixie said...

Ally - Me too. Love free tickets! :)

Our food wasn't free but that's ok cuz our seats were awesome.

I like Allycat... very cute. :)

My nickname? DH calls me "GOOF"! ;)

June 15, 2007 at 12:25 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

not really. other than kt my initials. i'm the one that gives everyone a nickname.

June 15, 2007 at 8:30 PM  
Blogger B said...

Missy and now because of the blog many call me B now, even at work. "real" name is Belinda, although one of the girls I have met online through blogging has given me the nick name Ben? just because she says? I have grown to like it:)

June 17, 2007 at 1:45 PM  
Blogger Princess Extraordinaire said...

How cool that you scored free tickets to a couple awesome events.. I have been called foo by my family since I was born...go figure..

June 19, 2007 at 6:27 AM  
Blogger angel, jr. said...

My college buddies made up a nickname for me which has stuck to this day. I have even introduced myself using this nickname at times.

June 19, 2007 at 7:29 AM  
Blogger 2xA+r0n said...

Work compatriots call me Double-A.

Motorcycle-friends call me "OWM" or "Other White Meat" after a joke I made about a roommate. I used to live with a guy who's name was Aaron. I was telling a story once and someone said, "Aaron?" (confused because they thought I was talking about me) and I said, "No, the other white meat." So it kinda stuck to me.

June 21, 2007 at 6:55 AM  
Blogger appletini said...

I am not a fan of nicknames. They are used often in my extended family, HOWEVER in my culture they can be degrading.
For example, my cousin was nicknamed "feo" which means ugly. I also have skinny cousins that are nicknemed "fatty" and larger cousins that are nicknamed "skinny".
Well you get the pix ;)

June 25, 2007 at 8:05 PM  
Blogger brookem said...

i love that you mentioned wilford brimley, and also that cute guy(and that actor is cute!, i wish i was there with you!) picked up on it too.

no real "nickname" by friends and family other than shortened or new versions of my name!

June 28, 2007 at 8:39 AM  
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