The happiest place to pee on earth.

This week I went to crush cakes with one of my friends Callie. It was really fun and I learned a lot about Callie, and the cupcakes were great. If you ever want cupcakes definitely go to crush cakes, it it very fantastic.


We sat outside which was nice because the weather was nice. It was also really funny to hear her story and it was definitely a laugh. If you are going to Disneyland any time soon make sure you use this blog as a what not to do in terms of your trip. To have a good time at Disneyland definitely don’t do what this blog says.


“It all started 5 years ago when my brother was 8 or 9. We went to Disney land with my dad, uncle, mom, aunt, and grandma. We went on a bunch of rides and had a bung of fun. Then we went on the pirates of the Caribbean ride. When we got on my brother had to pee. He absolutely couldn’t wait. So we got out an empty bottle, while on the ride. My brother couldn’t aim at all. He peed all over the place. Even on the people in front of us. My dad tried to stop him and then pee got all over my dad. Right before the ride ended my brother zipped up his pants and ¬†we seemed like a perfectly normal family. We all laugh about this all the time because we assume the family in front of us must hate us. they must want revenge because a random kid peed all over him on their pleasant trip to Disney land. At the time my brother was embarrassed, but now he laughs along with the rest of us. It is a day I never want to and never will forget.

Now, for the message from Callie Beaudette to all of you people: Go to the bathroom before entering a non stoppable Disneyland ride, If you think you absolutely can’t hold it know you actually can, and if you really super totally can’t hold it don’t attempt to pee in a bottle, it will only make things worse.


Offensive Squinting

This week I went to lunch with a family  friends named Becka Chester. Becka works as a interior designer and a while ago spent some time living in China and working there. She has always been a very good friend and always told me the best stories.


This story is about one time she was in China. She told me how at the time she did not think it was funny but afterwards she couldn’t help but laugh. She also said how she will remember that day for a very long time because, though embarrassing it was still hilarious.


“So, I was living in China, and one time I went to the store. I usually wear glasses and I didn’t have them with me for whatever reason, I can’t remember. Anyways, I was at the store and I wanted to read the special deals but I couldn’t because I did not have my glasses. As a young girl, before I had glasses, I had learned that if I couldn’t read something I could always pull down the edges of my eyes, kinda like squinting, and it would make the letters legible. At the time I didn’t see anything wrong with “squinting”. So, I was standing in front of a Chinese store clerk squinting trying to read the specials. If you haven’t figured out the problem by now I encourage you to think harder. My “squinting” offended her. She though I was mocking her and started yelling at me in Chinese, at the time it wasn’t funny. I hadn’t realized what I had done and I was very confused. So once I realized what I had done I felt awful and began apologizing to the lady, she understood and I proceeded to buy what I wanted from the store. All in all it could of been a much worse day, at least now I have a funny story.”

The message from Becka Chester to all of you is: If you need glasses cary them with you wherever you go, “squinting” often offends people of Asian decent, and don’t push it with that one, learning the hard way could get you in some serious trouble.