Thursday, 16 March 2017

Welcome to Miami - my coups de coeur!

I just got back from a fun vacay in Miami with my best friend and I want to let you all in to the great places I visited, so if you ever decide on a Miami trip.. you got some great info! A special thanks to everyone who recommended some places to go, they were great!

You need to know that both my friend G. and I are very different. I am more a social party kinda girl, and she's more laid back, artsy. So, the challenge was to find things that we both enjoy!

Get your foodie on.

At Lagniappe for some grilled Mahi Mahi
Bodega for cheap tacos and margaritas that will give you an intense brain freeze (BONUS - awesome speakeasy bar at the back)

Lucali for some yummy eggplant parmigianna

Wynwood Diner for some brunch or snacks, and an out of this world MOJITO!

Drunken Dragon for some tiki style Korean BBQ - sooo delicious!

Lagniappe for some do it yourself grilled food

La Sandwicherie for a little French experience on the beach (perfect for lunch)

The Daily Creative Food Co. for any sandwich or salad under the sun (right by the Mondrian) (perfect for lunch)

Puerto Sagua for some authentic Cuban by the beach

Pubbelly for some Asian sensation pork belly, butter crab rolls and Miso cod

Drink and be merry

Wood in Wynwood - Get the bucket of beer
Bodega - for some speakeasy fun dancing with great old school tunes you used to shake to bombom to back in 2008.

Liv for some crazy ass partying. Make sure you get there early, or you get on the guestlist. And while you are at it, get some VIP action because or else you're just squished in with a bunch of people. It's a Miami experience. Or you can do like me, and wait for the bouncer to take a break, and make a run for the VIP area. #winning

Employees Only
for a drink and some good music. Older crowd, like the one in NYC. I loved it. Ginger Smash on point.

Lagniappe for some live music - more relax kinda night

Hyde Beach at the SLS for a great pool party on Saturday during the day - didn't actually go, but talked to a few who went and loved it

Nikki Beach for some chilling and killer mojitos - or go for their club on Sunday evenings!

Wood in Wynwood. Stop by on Sunday, and dance till you can't dance no more. The music and drinks are cheap, and it's a great time! Also - get the bucket of beer for $15.00

Other stuff to keep you busy

Wynwood Walls photoshoot
Beachin never gets old - order virgin cocktails, and bring your booze to the beach to not spend $18 US, yes I remind you.. US, a drink. 

Chill by the pool - you can do the SLS or the Surfcomber (I also went to the Mondrian, but didn't like it, too many young selfish people, so I'm not recommending it..!). As for prices for pools - either you just walk in like you own the place (no one will stop you)

Bike it out - just like our BIXI, you can bike down the boardwalk by the beach. Be careful, there are TONS of people walking, so perfect that bell ringing, and that yelling. 

Wynwood Walls - walk around, grab a coffee at Panther Coffee, and tacos next door. Take silly pictures by the wall, and admire the 20 something year olds trying to take the most artsy Insta pics. You can really see how ABSOLUTELY stooopid they look when they are trying to get that perfect shot. I really enjoyed watching that, oh yeah, the art was cool too. you can still afford to live a normal life when you get back from vacay

Take Uber Pool instead of UberX to get you around. For $3.50 a ride no matter where you go, it's so worth it. 

The Surfcomber Hotel has a happy hour from 3-5pm - free wine. Just pretend like you are staying at the hotel.

If you want to go to a big pool that is only for hotel guests, my suggestion is, have 1 person walk in, alone. No one bothers people alone. And then have the other (or others) come join. Or, you both walk in like you own the place. Confidence gets you anything. Im tellin ya.

BYOB as much as you can - drinks can go up to $20 US in a bar. It's just RI-DI-CU-LOUS. So stop by a I LOVE LIQUOR or any Walgreens, pick your own booze for the beach, and pre-drink. Can you bring your booze to pools? Probably not. Did I follow that rule? Probably not. 

I wouldn't book everything, but some nights are better than others for different places, so it's good to have an idea of what you want to do, and then of course, if you meet random people and you all get along, well, go where the Miami warm wind takes you ;)


Thats all folks. Already missing the sun. #vacaymode

Sunday, 18 December 2016

People watching just got really interesting - PART I

I have to say that I love to observe other people. I take time while eating lunch on my own just to look at others and create a backstory for them.

"2 co-workers. Single. Mid-30s. Talking about their boss. They must be from the 450. I think they work at a bank. Their outfits are too serious, yet they don't speak like Lawyers. They probably have a crush on the same good looking boss. Tempted by his good looks perhaps. Maybe they are just kind to each to retrieve information from the other, and yet one will definitely make a move at the Christmas party."

I create stories like this often. I am probably not right. Yet, the fantasy of building this fiction keeps my mind entertained.

But. The best is when the story I tell myself is actually reality.

On a cold autumn day, I strolled in to my favorite gourmet sandwich shop in a little place not too far from my work. It was packed. There is something about gourmet sandwiches that everyone seems to like. How ridiculous to pay $14 for a sandwich, but what the hell. It's not like I'm going to make myself a chipotle chicken with mango salsa, avocado, toasted on a Ciabatta bread myself.  Ya know.

Target people watching couple spotted. Sitting down at the bar not too far from me. Hmm. Let me see.

"Man and woman. Very business-y. Early 40s. Look like co-workers but they seem to have some kind of sexual tension. She has a ring. He doesn't. Sitting at the bar. Going out for lunch could look too strange, yet, gourmet sandwiches is like a good middle. It's similar to going out on a semi-date, yet totally casual. Wouldn't want the other people from the office to get the wrong idea."

I keep eating my $14 sandwich, checking Flipboard, and scrolling through the ridiculous, yet hilarious Insta posts by @sarcasm_only and @girlwithnojob.

Look up. Back at my couple of the moment.

His hand is on her lap. Smooth move bro.

My story is playing out well! Well. Maybe they are married and he lost his ring. That's totally normal. My dad doesn't wear his wedding ring.

But. There's nothing that tells me that this couple is actually a couple.

I order myself a coffee, and keep trying to read their body language. I watched WAY too many episodes of Lie to Me. (PS. This show is AWESOME!)

She's shy, he's not so shy. She seems in to him, but not that much. Yet, he is looking at her with mega love eyes. So, maybe a new couple? Maybe she just got separated from her husband and this guy is the new rebound guy. Yeah. I know. I have quite the imagination.

So, finally, they get up. Walk to the door. And BOOM. He helps her with her jacket and sneaks in a little bisou. WOO. This is getting better and better.

I then get up and leave. Man. I wanted to bump in to these 2 again! I need to know the end of my story.

So. 2 weeks later. I walk in to a coffee shop in a completely other area of town. It's Saturday. I'm with a friend. We sit down on the available couches. I simply look around, just to see who's there, just like anyone does.

And then my best Saturday is about to unfold.

So who's sitting 2 tables down from my couches? Suave Business Man!!

My suave business man from the $14 sandwich shop is there, with.. ANOTHER WOMAN. Holding hands! Seem really gaga in to each other.

Holy Crap. This is like my own personalized soap opera.

I promptly tell my friend what's happening. and that I have seen this guy before with another woman. And of course, he's loving this story as much as I am. We decide to watch them a little.

This woman is different. Brunette. The other was blonde. Casually dressed. Cute hair. Looks much younger than the woman from the sandwich shop. And is TOTALLY in to my Suave Business Man.

This guy is killing it.

He may just be dating a couple of women at the same time. No big deal. Right? Wrong.

She gets up to go to the bathroom, and well I'm not 100% sure, but she has quite the bump at the tummy level. Yeah. You know what I'm saying. THIS LADY IS PREGGO.......

Now, I got to keep you on your toes...I found out a lot more about my mystery people, but I guess you'll need to wait for PART II to find out more!


Friday, 8 July 2016

What it feels feel indescribable chemistry

It's Thursday. Thirsty Thursday to be exact. And you are having a blast with your friends at some crowded happy hour bar. You stopped counting your drinks, and you are just in a good mood. You hit that perfect level of tipsy where you feel invincible, where you feel sexy, where you feel you can do anything and talk to anyone

Wait. Is that your ex from 2010 walking pass you? Why yes it is. Is he married with a kid now? Why yes he is. Let's go say hi. #invincible.

Talk talk talk talk. He seems happy to see you. Mentions that you are a bit tipsy. Is it that obvious? I guess it's the energy. The energy you can give off when all insecurities are no longer an issue is electrifying (go Grease Lightninnng...). You are on your game.

And then.

Someone. Some random someone pulls your sunglasses off your shirt. You know, when you folded them on to your top. So of course. you turn around, trying to see what this person wants to do with your Ray Bans.

You turn around. At first you don't recognize him. But. It's him. This is no random person.

Oh Shit.

It's hard to define this relationship you have with this someone. But it's one that probably bothered you the most. It's the relationship that you know you shouldn't keep in your life, but the magnetism between the 2 of you is strong, it's almost disturbing. You both argue like crazy, yet both care about each other like crazy. You know that you'd probably do anything for this other person, but you decided to stop talking because seriously, the arguing was too frequent. Even when you decided that being friends was a better outcome for the 2 of you, you'd still argue.

Arguments about values, lifestyle, cars, stupid stupid things. You are both hard headed. That doesn't make a good mix.

He drives you the most crazy, you know that rationally, there is NO WAY you would ever want to be in a relationship with him.


It had been 6 months since you last spoke, since you last argued. Someone who you used to speak to every other day.

As your ex left the conversation, walked away...right then and there, it seemed like you and Mister Passion there, had never fought at all. It seemed like in the most crowded bar in the city, you were alone.

Of course, the tipsiness in both you helped you forget the past, remember the true essence of why you were this close. Because at the true core, both of you were drawn to each other. You were meant to learn something from each other.

He takes you in his arms, squeezes you with all his might, like he might never let you go.

"I don't even remember the last time I hugged someone like that before" he tells you.

You simply can't take your hands off him. He can't take his hands off you. This serene moment in your relationship where you wish it could have been like this every day, all the time.

You look in to each other's eyes, mumble some stuff.  You catch up. And both go your separate ways. Before meeting again by the bar. Like magnets. Drawn back to each other.

"Should I kiss you?" he tells you. Probably joking. So you hold his face, you pull him in close, and right before kissing him on the lips, just how you would have wanted it to go, you kiss him on the neck. Let's hope your red lipstick doesn't leave a mark. You're not in the home wrecker business.

"What do you want from me?" You ask him.

"We can't be friends." he tells you.

You're hurt. Of course. But you agree. You don't feel as invincible. How can 2 people with this kind of relationship be friends? This isn't sustainable.

You let him go. Hoping to never bump in to him again.

You watch him walk out, to his girlfriend, to his life. And remember that there is such a thing as indescribable chemistry, and that you just need to find it in someone else who will be right for you.


*NB. All stories are embellished of course!

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Happy 25th Anniversary Family!

25 years ago today, my mom married a kind, caring, great man. It didn't take much time for me to call this man my Dad. He treated me like his own from day 1, loved me from day 1.

On this same day, 25 years ago, I gained 2 siblings. Instantly. I had been an only child for 5 years, suddenly, I was a sister to 2 amazing people. What girl isn't thrilled to have a new sister she can play with ALL THE TIME? And a little brother she can tease? :)

As we grew older, our family grew bigger, and 2 years later, another sibling was born. The baby of the family. Smart, sensitive, kind, he was that missing piece we needed to make our family what is is today. A mish mash of personnalities. All opionionated. All amazing people.

So today isn't only my parent's anniversary, it's my family's anniversary!

My family, which might not be conventional, is such a blessing.  Different is definitely the new normal.

It's not always perfect. But like any family, we have our ups and downs, our fights, our hugs, our laughs. We have dealt with ignorance from others, judgment, but at the end of the day, there is nothing stronger than the love we have as a family. We have learned so much from each other, from patience, to acceptance, to communication, and continue to do so. I wouldn't have it any other way.

If you have been lucky enough to meet my clan, you would know how amazing they are, you would know funny and ridiculous they can be, you would know how lucky I am to be part of such a group.

I guess family is what we make of it. Whether yours is like mine, conventional, group of friends, co-workers, whatever. Your family are the people that will be there for you through thick and thin. They will dance the funky chicken with you, and pick you up when you are going through your worst break-up. We decide who our family is.

I have also learned that like any relationship, nurturing that family bond is so important. You get what you put in. The more love you give, the more love you get in return. 

So, as I celebrate 25 years of my family, lets all take some time celebrate our families, what ever shape, size they are. I can't believe how fast 25 years has gone with time going by so fast, let's not forget to thank them for being our rock, for making us laugh, for telling us those hard truths, for sacrificing their own time for us, for loving us unconditionnally, for all the wonderful things they have done to help us grow and become better people.

I love you. #famjam25

Saturday, 21 November 2015

7 things to do in MTL with a guest

As you wait for PART IV of Happy Hour...on the rocks, I thought Id fill you in on some fun things to do in this city if you had a guest in town!
More to this town than just Moose shops!
Do you ever have people visiting from outta town? Maybe your cousin who lives in Chicoutimi is coming to see you? Maybe your friend you met on a Contiki tour through Greece from Croatia is coming to Montreal to see our world-famous strippers (that's what I hear..I wouldn't know...!) and see his friend he met while chugging numerous beers on the beach?

Well. You need a plan. Where are you gonna take them? What are you going to see?

So. Have no fear, N. with a plan is here! I have put together a top 7 list of things to do with a guest.

Please also share some of your favorite things to do, no ideas are bad ideas (I feel like a 5th grade teacher).

So. Let's start. They are in no particular order.

#7 Typical Montreal Food - Smoked meat. Poutine. Bagels.

If your guest has never been to Montreal, you definitely need to take them for these 3 dishes. Where, you ask? Well. We all know that Schwartz is kinda like a landmark in the city. But I had a guest in the city recently, and I took him to Reubens. He seemed to love it. I killed 2 birds with one stone, and made him eat poutine there too. I don't necessarly suggest that, just depends on the time you have. For poutine, I'm a fan of the Greenspot on Notre-Dame, been going there since I'm a kid, or even a place like Poutineville can be winner. As for bagels, you can never go wrong with Fairmont or St-Viateur Bagel in the Mile-End. They beat out New York bagels. And this is coming from a New Yorker himself.
Smoked meat & poutine at Reubens

#6 Museums

Museums are fun in any city. I love going to a museum to discover other people's creativity. The Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art is one of my favorites. Their exhibits are always interesting! But the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as the McCord Museum are also good choices!

Stopped by the Museum of Contemporary Art

#5 Old Montreal

Old Montreal is a no brainer. It's pretty. It's so European. It's like Tourist Central. You can't come to Montreal and not see Old Montreal. Take a walk down St-Paul, visit the art galleries, walk by the water, rent a Bixi if it's Summer. Take a stroll down De La Commune, stop by the Basilica. You can do soooo much!

The Basilica is simply breathtaking

#4 Mile End

The Mile End is an area that ressembles Brooklyn, with it's super cute cafes, stores and brunch spots. Walking around in the summer is great, and even in the fall. It's a great way to discover that little area. From the Cardinal Tea Room on St-Laurent to Cafe Olympico and little stores on St-Laurent between Laurier and St-Viateur, you have your morning cut out.
Morning eyes. 

#3 The Look-Out

The best way to see the city is from our mountain. Hands down. But you need to get there at the best time, when the sun is sorta kinda setting, so you can have the view of the city with a bit of sunshine, and at night. In the summer, I love running up the Mont-Royal and just admiring the view. As a resident, I never get fed up, so imagine how much your guests would love it!

What a view!

#2 Good food
A part from your typical smoked meat, poutine, Montreal is crawling with some of the most delicious restaurants. We have such a great selection of amazing places. I posted a Facebook post and asked my friends for suggestions on places to bring a guest from outta town. Here are the TOP 5 restaurants that came up:
One of the most amazing meals, at Joe Beef
Honorable mentions also include Satay Brothers, dim sum at Kam Fung, a stop by St-Hubert BBQ for some rotisserie chicken, a trek to Montreal Plaza for a delicious food experience.

I also need to include good places to go out...You have a guest in town, you want to take them out after dinner. If you're over 25, Soubois right now is the place. It's great on Thursdays and Saturdays. Flyjin is also a good choice, and if you're into House music, or EDM, New City Gas has some stellar DJs. But if you're in the mood for some good drinks in a fun atmosphere, Im all for Burgundy Lion!

#1 Get Outta Town

Montreal is beautiful, no matter what time of the year, but take a little roadtrip to the Eastern Townships or to the Laurentians, and discover a different part of town. Maybe you can drive up to Tremblant, spend some time walking around Tremblant village, or go for a ski in the winter, and end the evening with a little apres-ski drink at the Forge, or at the Scandinave spa

With whatever you decide, it's impossible to not fall in love with this city!

Enjoy every single minute of it and partyyy it up!

If you have any ideas of things to add, add them in the comments! 

Montreal : Party city!


Monday, 9 November 2015

Happy Hour...on the rocks - PART III

Don't miss PART 1 and PART 2 of Happy Hour...on the rocks.

Who ever made Jameson shots trendy? They scream "Let's get shitfaced". They scream "I want to get drunk as quick as possible". They scream "DANGER".

Danger is waking up in an unknown apartment at 7 am on a Friday. Danger is waking up next to a woman and a man who you're not sure if you know. Danger can be fun.

What happened?

You remember going to see your friend Simon after leaving Chris & Josh, 2 guys you are seeing, Bruce, your ex-boyfriend, and Sarah, your co-worker, converse all together.

As you walked towards Simon, you looked over at Chris and Josh, couldn't believe they knew each other. But you live in such a small city, this was bound to happen.

Of course you had a favorite. Of course there was one you liked more than the other.

Josh of course. Josh, who had said "not really" when Chris asked if he was still dating Marie, his ex-girlfriend. Then again, you hadn't had the exclusivity talk with any of them. You were dating both, you hadn't really made up your mind. So why should they?

There was something about the fact that you knew Josh was a little emotional unavailable that pulled you closer to him.  It made you want him just a little more, it made you crave him just a little more. Women, we're crazy like that. We like what is often unavailable. And as a young dater in our twenties, we thought we would grow out of that phase. Clearly we don't.

You kept your eyes on Josh, as you spoke to Simon. He looked over to you.

You made a jolt to the bathroom. And he did the same.

He cornered you right before you walked in to the ladies room.

"So. Who's Chris?" he asked you, as he cornered you against the wall. It was kind of sexy.

"He's a friend", you answered, shakingly.

"Don't bullshit me. You can't bullshit a bullshitter".

"What Josh? What do you want me to tell you? Ok. Chris and I are a little more than friends. Who the hell is Marie? You never told me about her neither."

"It's complicated. But that's going to change." he tells you.

"Complicated? Wow. Ok. Well. I don't want to have this conversation right now. I drank. I'm with my friends. Can we talk about this later?" you answer, playing your "I'm going to act like an adult" card.

"Fine. But I don't care about Marie anymore. I realized that I don't want to share you anymore. I want you. All to myself."

BOOM. "I want you." The words you were dying to hear for such a long time.

"Josh, let's talk about this later. I really care a lot about you too. Let me finish my conversation with my friend and I'll come see you right after".

In the mean time, you are finishing up your conversation with Simon, 20 minutes or something go by, and you turn around to look for Josh. He's nowhere to be found. You go to the washroom, he isn't there. You walk around the bar, not there. You look outside, maybe he went for some air, not there.

How strange. You check your phone. No messages. You head back to the bar again, have a drink, still looking everywhere. Maybe something happened. You were starting to get worried.

You head back to the bathroom, and to your left, before the ladies room, there is an office door. A door that leads to the bar's back office. The door is a little open as you walk by and you can see mouvment inside.

You aren't usually one to snoop around, but curiosity strikes you, and you peek in between the door that isn't fully closed.

You see a man's back, with a woman clearly sitting on a desk. Legs open. Him in between. You can't really make out if they are having sex, but they are definitely making out.

The girl has long beautiful black hair, that she keeps whipping in every direction. She is throwing her head back, eyes closed, as the man kisses her neck. It's actually quite sexy. And what a location! A bar's back office. Why not! You can't stop watching the hot scene, as it plays out in front of you. His hands up her skirt, up her thigh. It's quite exciting to watch.

A overadventurous waiter walks by and drops a couple glasses because he thought he could carry 15 at a time. It startles you. The man turns around to see what happened.

Wait. WHAT?

The mysterious making out man is Josh...

The second you realize, you storm in. You never knew you could go crazy girl, but at that moment you did. There is something in you that just couldn't resist. He had JUST told you he wanted you. What was he doing?

"WHAT THE &;$%? JOSH???"

"Oh shit. I'm sorry. I can explain"

"I can explain? 20 minutes ago you told me wanted me. And now you're in a backroom with another girl. Your explanation should be "I have short time memory loss caused by a childhood accident and I can't remember what I said 20 effin minutes ago." And who the hell are you?"

"Marie. Who the hell are you?"

Ha. The famous Marie. Beautiful girl actually. You hated her already.

"Wow. Josh, you're a lying asshole."

You stormed out. You couldn't even believe how this night was turning. You walked back to Simon, who was still at the bar.

"I need a scotch...on the rocks. Oh and 4 more shots of Jameson."

"Kiddo. What happened?"

You don't answer. You gaze back at Chris, Bruce and Sarah who are still talking to eachother.

You smirk.

"All rules are off." you tell Simon.

"What does that even mean? he asks you."

"I'm not quite sure yet. But I'm feeling dangerous."

You turn back to the bartender. "Can I have 3 more Jameson shots please? Let's make this evening a little more interesting."

You walk back towards Chris, Sarah and Bruce. You hand them each a shot.

"Haha what's this for?" Chris asks.

You turn to him. You raise your shot glass.

"To danger. May we always be tempted with a little danger." you answer with a little smirk.

To be continued.......

(Note to all, all these stories are fiction. As per all those super Hollywood movie disclaimers, All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.")

Monday, 2 November 2015

Happy Hour...on the rocks - Part II

Dont miss Part I of Happy Hour...on the rocks.! 

You never really want the men you are dating to know about each other, and even less have your ex there at the same time. But this was happening. And there was nothing you could do about it, except fake a seizure, but we already came to the conclusion that you weren't going to do that.

"Hi Sarah." Bruce says. (Let's remind you that Bruce is YOUR ex-boyfriend and Sarah is your co-worker)

Why is Bruce saying hi to Sarah? How does Bruce even know Sarah?

"Hi Bruce." Sarah answers, looking at her most awkward. 

At that moment, you have that Danny Glover meme from Lethal Weapon pop up in your head. (Don't know what I'm referring to? Here is a little reminder)

Ok. Something is up between Sarah and Bruce. This nonesense is hurting your brain.

This night is clearly taking a turn from the weird, to the weirdest. 

Now, what's the plan? 

Given strange situations. BAIL is always on top of the list. 

But then, there's also DRINK that comes in a close second. 

When situations are strange, drinking always seems to be a solution, whether the outcome may be great or not, that's not the point. The point is, well. The pain will hurt less.

So, everyone is chatting it up. Chris is talking to Josh. Bruce is talking to Sarah. You're here, wondering where the bullets for your gun are, and sipping on a dirty martini. Dirty martinis have a Je Ne Sais Quoi about them that make you feel sexy, dirty and well. drunk. 

You turn around, and slowly step away from the missile field. You turn back to the bar. And, sitting, at the other end, is Simon. 

Ah Simon. Your buddy. Your buddy with girlfriend. Safe waters. Thank goodness. 

You make your way to Simon, leaving the Bermuda Triangle figure their shit out. 

"Hey little lady" he says as he sees you walk up to him. 

"Simon. So happy to see you. You won't even believe what I'm dealing with right now."

After you briefly explain to him the current love situation. He looks at you, looks at the bar, yells to the bartender. "4 shots, Jameson." and turns to me and says "Kiddo, you're going to need this."

You can almost hear LMFAO whispering to you... Shots shots shots shots shots. EVERYBODY. 

Things happen. Many things happen.  

And then, tt's Friday 7am. 

A strange alarm is ringing. But what is happening? What is that sound? You look around. You don't recognize anything. You have no idea where you are. A blackout? How does this even happen to you? How does a woman of your caliber black out? You have always made sure to control your alcohol. Sloppy drunk was never your style. 

You look around again, it's someone's back. But wait. This isn't a man's back. Hmm. Looks like Sarah's back.

Oh boy. 

You look further down the bed. Ha. There's someone else's back. But clearly a man's back. You can't really decipher. Was it Chris, Josh, Bruce or maybe it could have been Simon? Your hangover was too strong to figure it out.

Well that's just brilliant. You realize that you are waking up, pretty much naked, undies don't really count, with a mysterious man and your co-worker. Good job. Not literally.

Suddenly, you are remembering moments where clothes were being thrown, kisses were being exchanged, and rules were definitely thrown out the window. You remembered moments of pure pleasure, laughing, touching, feeling. It might have been a little sloppy, but if everyone is sloppy, it doesn't really matter. 

The other 2 are still sleeping. You just need to get out. 

Well, clearly you scored. Twice! Good for you. Now you just need to figure out who the man is, and what the hell happened last night after those faithful Jameson shots. 

Jameson is bad, you tell yourself, or maybe really really good. 

To be continued....

(Note to all, all these stories are fiction. As per all those super Hollywood movie disclaimers, All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.")