This is essentially a joke image, done in the style of a campy retro poster. I’m a bit off mark with the look, but it’s to the point that it carries the joke I think.
Long story short, I went to the Knox Asia Festival 2019 with a to-be relative of mine. She sported a 50’s style sundress for the occasion, looking pretty spiffy actually. However she got some curry on it, and somehow stained her slip in the process. Both of us were baffled but found this hilarious, and joked that the curry as some sort of monsters out of those old movies. Hence, the joke was born.
It’s something we still laugh about now and then, and I got her permission to put this together. Hope you guys get a laugh out of it.
So when Christina and I went to to play putt putt golf on my last day, we went to Pirate’s Cove Golf Course. The last time I played putt putt golf was in someplace in Newport in 2006; while that course wasn’t bad, the circumstances were a lot different and less enjoyable.
I had a ton of fun here, had someone I knew to some degree teaching me the game and got to play in mild weather. It was really great, and someplace I do recommend people visiting!
It’s been a good bit since I’ve eaten lo mein made with meat inside of it, and most of those times it ends up in disaster (usually being rancid). But on my outing to Orlando, we had Chinese takeout for dinner. I took shrimp lo mein with some chicken wings as my dish.
To my utter surprise, the entire thing was fantastic. The noodles were very tasty, the shrimp great and the chicken wings even greater. I unfortunately didn’t get to have them again before I left, but I highly recommend checking China Tea out, right in the Publix Shopping Plaza off of University Dr. I loved it so much, I’m even giving you GPS coordinates to go find them yourself. Enjoy.
My parents are attending an anniversary party for one of my Dad’s relatives, and have asked me to help them drive down. While I would prefer a solo road trip, getting to clock some Interstate hours is something I’m always up to. Just grabbing some sleep before my shift starts on the first leg, but looks like I have a long way to go.
Such interesting breakfasts I have when I’m out of town.
Upon “landing” in Queens once again, I get this quick-on-my-feet breakfast of a banana, and a old-fashioned Dunkin Donuts. I was very happy with this to be honest. Considering how much fast food I had on the road while driving in.
Finally am on the road again after this long while! I’ll be sure to update you with anything interesting I see. While I’m slotted to help drive on the way in, that time is longer into the evening afterwards.
So for now, I get to nap and lounge on the backseat. While out of date, I took the smaller GPS and plastered it to my window so I can see a general trip progress. Hey, it works.
I’m heading out to NYC for awhile, and definitely plan to snag you some interesting photos if not stories for you guys. In my absence, enjoy this piece in the meantime. I’ve always joked about sticking someone with older-fashioned clothes in a car for a road trip, so I’m glad to finally properly get this illustrated.
Character Lineart courtesy Christina Weinman.
Something random and silly I drummed up when sending someone an e-mail. Yes, Kashri have purple tongues.
Smooth sailing so far. Nearly at my destination this morning, about 15 minutes or so outside Riviera Beach. Have a bit of a deadline, but once that’s met, it’s slow and easy driving back home. I’ll be sure to let you guys know of anything interesting I see as always.