Vices we love: Reason number bazillion to hate Koreans

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Reason number bazillion to hate Koreans

I signed up for a rafting trip today. Since I live in the middle of nowhere, I called up the trip organizer.

Me: "You know, I live in noplaceville so i may be 10 minutes late this morning. Would you be kind enough to wait for me?"
Him: "Oh...well then, just don't come."

Mussolini made the trains run on time too. I think he was Korean.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Mith said...

Does that mean a potential day of rafting got turned into...what, surfing on Dave's?
Maybe this will make your day more interesting:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_Manuscript

9:26 AM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

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1:46 PM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

My potential day of rafting included side trips to Kangnam, Gildong, Cheonho...and then a day of surfing on Dave's. Shame. Mith, where are all those hot jazz clubs you speak of? Whenever I ventured to one in Ansan or Anyang, weekday or weekend, they were dead as a doornail. (Another old country euphomism from my da. Does anyone know what it's supposed to mean?) I also discovered that I live in the heart of the Gyeonggi-do Russian district. Those hairy legged Babushkas have been shadowing me my whole life.

1:47 PM  
Blogger peemil said...

Dead doornails tell no tales.

1:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

178 huh... I'm at...185 or something. g/l. You know, U.S. grunts in Nam talked the same way about their time here. Are we complaining too much?

4:48 AM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

You're not suggesting that I'm going to fall victim to fragging in my Ansan unit tent are you?

Yeah we do- we could do worse- on some days anyhow.

11:31 AM  
Anonymous mith said...

All right, here's how you find Once in a Blue Moon (a real jazz club):
Go to Gangnamgu station (강남구청 on line 7), leave out exit 4 and go down the hill. Down, down, down and you pass by a school on the right, an Outback on the left, and you can see a large black building on the left which is a movie theatre.
Now you're at a large intersection and you cross it and keep going straight. You'll see a big Gorilla on a building there. Suddenly everybody is wearing miniskirts and the guys all look like they're going to the gym. Pass by a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, pass by a Starbucks, go a tiny bit further and you're there.

Cover charge is free but drinks are 10,000, and the best music is on Monday nights.

I always study at the Starbucks there because it's loud and there are a lot of people. ^ㅇ^

3:32 PM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

Thank you mith. I was going mad(der) here.

5:33 PM  

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