March 08, 2003
Feel the Burn
FACT: Today was spent hiking the 6-mile loop to Wildcat Canyon Peak in Tilden park. An incredible amount of fun was had, and several spectacularly adorable pictures were taken (feel free to look at them in the gallery).
FACT: Those of you that have been to Kinja in Tacoma no doubt remember the delicious tea, with the toasted rice, and tiny popcorn kernels, and tastiness. Well I'm drinking that tea right now. Feel the wrath of my superior tea, motherfuckers.
Posted on March 08, 2003 08:38 PM
1. you crazy. (for hiking 6 miles voluntarily. not that i haven't done it. cause i have. but i didn't really ENJOY it.)
2. those are some fucking adorable pictures.
3. i hated that tea. but then, i hate most tea.
I'm with Michele on pretty much everything. The pictures were far more adorable than the tea, which tasted like Tilden Park. The fact that you're drinking it again makes you inferior in every way except your ability to negotiate in business.
You guys didn't like the tea?! Then why did it disappear so quickly every time we went to Kinja?
Oh...wait. It's because I was drinking it all.
It disappeared because I smuggled it all out of the restaurant to make popsicles. I sold the idea to Haagen Dazs and made literally twenty dollars.
I agree, that tea sucked dude. It always reminded me of pot liquor (translation for those of you who didn't grow up black or in the south: pot liquor is the liquid left over after you cook greens...slaves used to pour it over corn pone because they were poor and were forced to eat things that tasted like ass). Jacob, on the other hand, has no excuse.
PS - those pictures are freaking adorable and they make up for any ill-advised tea drinking preferences.
certainly that tea can't beat thai ice tea. YUMMY.
Hmmm....actually, I think it can. My tea is the most badass tea. Vietnamese coffee's kung-fu is stronger. But genmai-tea is a bruiser. The power of toasted brown rice and popcorn makes it strong.