Winter Wonderland

I don’t know what I was afraid of, riding in falling snow is amazing — except for the parts where I almost wiped out on the crunchy snow bricks left behind by snow plows. Some dudes hung out of their door and yelled at me, but otherwise there was just the hush of my tires on fresh snow. When I stood up I could spin my rear tire for sweet smoky burnout action.

I told Cake Woman that I had ridden my bike and she called me retarded.

I’ve been trying to roll my weekend into a hilarious story, but mostly it just comes out weird and confusing. It makes me look like a dumbass, and not just for getting drunk. Oh well.

2 Responses to “Winter Wonderland ”

  1. snow snow snow snow snow

    *I* want some snow. :( I love it when it first happens, and the world is like your very own because no one else wants to come outside. It is especially cool when the schoolyard across the street’s playground freezes over and you can ice skate with your boots.

    We all look like dumbasses sometimes. And… sometimes we only look like dumbasses to ourselves. If life was never weird and confusing, you’d have nothing to compair awesome times to.

    You will find it, and it will recognize you. For real.

  2. Just remember to clean your bike off as often as you can so that it doesn’t get all rusty by spring.

    And seriously… everyone is a dumbass, so you have nothing to worry about!

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