How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Johen Vasquez bought me dinner...

Cate, Sarah, Dennis and I went out this evening (in fact, Cate and I are technically still out- we're at Sarah and Dennis'). Along the way we stopped at Panera for caffine and munchies.

The gentleman behind the counter had a nametag that read "GIR", with pictures of GIR on it, and a GIR button (the same as on Cate's backpack).

"Yay GIR!" we all said. "TACOS TACOS TACOS TACOS!" "I want to be a mongoose... can I be a mongoose dog," and so on.

We all swapped GIR quotes, and chuckled at how silly we were and how we were dancing like a monkey.

And everything that we got was on the house. The guy ringing us up said that one time, a guy came in wearing a Zim T-shirt, and he gave the guy one of everything for free. We got hot cocoas/mochas all around, pecan muffin cakey things, and some facaccia bread.

So, Johen Vasquez, creator of Johnny the Homocidal Maniac, and Invader Zim:
"Thank's for dinner."
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