I was talking with my lawyer the other day and I mentioned something about my old myspace blog. She went over and read it and suggested that I repost some of the stuff. So I'll repost some of my favorite posts from before I switched to blogger. I notice that I write a lil different now. On myspace I had a bunch of rants about random stuff. I think I'm more focused now. Anyway this one is from 04/02/2007:
" This blog is being brought to you by the good folks at Krispy Kreme. In particular the people at the store in Alexandria, VA off route 1. Let me set the scene, I'm out with my buddy, it's like 11pm and we really have nothing to do. She lives down the street from this Donut shack, so I stop in for a dozen. Now we had just come from eating dinner and getting some ice cream so I didn't really want donuts but I'm hardly ever by a Krispy Kreme so I could not pass up the chance. Well I get a dozen eat 1 of them and chill at the table.
So were sitting there talking about this and that when we notice a disturbing trend. Everyone that's coming in is either really skinny or like 300+ pounds. There was no middle ground. The ratio was incredible, like 5 big people to 1 skinny person. Like Its a given that if your getting donuts after 11 your overweight. Granted I'm not 300+ but my friend is on the skinny side. Plus, everyone comes in happy, as if the smell of fresh donuts is a happiness drug, but the workers look miserable, like they are sick of the donut smell. It's really like a crack house.. LOL, people coming for they fix. It's around midnight now and people are bringing they kids in for a couple dozen... I saw one family of 3 walk off with 1 dozen glazed and 1 dozen glazed. 3 people, 2 dozen... I guess the kid couldn't finish his own dozen or something. So were sitting there watching these people come in and looking at my box sitting on the table. It was really a life changing moment, I mean I AM these people. If I lived that close to a Krispy Kreme I might look like them. It was sad. The place closes at 1am so before they closed I saw a police officer come in and get 2 dozen (he fit right into the police stereotype) and then a dude comes in and says he drove from Triangle, VA just for fresh donuts. Triangle, VA is like 30 minutes away, again it's 1 in the morning. His wife was waiting in the car. People are hooked.
So needless to say my dozen is still sitting on my kitchen table, I think I'ma just throw it out, this is truly a turning point in my life. I don't think I'll be eating donuts anymore. I never should have stayed in the store, Krispy Krack is so much better if your in denial.