Monday, May 2, 2011

Hello, May.

A little Sunday brunch at the Ferry Building in San Francisco
 an open faced grilled cheese sandwich with mustard, caramelized onions and pickled carrots from Cowgirl Creamery Sidekick - I had a bad stomachache from this. It's HELLA greasy.
 with Sophia & Serena

After Sophia took off, Serena and I took a long walk to downtown San Francisco. We heard "untz untz untz" and thought a rave of some sorts was going on in the streets. Turned out it was the annual How Weird Street Faire. Was kind of gross since there was a bunch of nudity, drugs, booze, babies/small children and animals.
I normally don't mind these crazy street fair things and I am a San Franciscan. Seeing weird shit doesn't really phaze me anymore. (I mean come on, we have the Folsom Street Fair. If you don't know what that is, don't Google it. I'll spare you the details but it's a ton of leather, chaps, and penises)
The thing that pisses me off about shit like How Weird Street Faire are the irresponsible people who bring their babies/toddlers/young children/pets.
First of all, dogs & cats have hearing that is much more sensitive than us humans. You know how terrified many pets get during July 4th fireworks? Yea, because the sound is amplified x10w4758902373 for them. Subjecting them to music at such loud decibels around people who are drunk or under the influence is so dangerous!!!! Their hearing is getting damaged all the way you are putting them in harms way. Anyone can step on your pet or injure them. Same goes for children.
I'm not trying to be a party pooper. I have had my fair share of marijuana, drugs, raves, booze, etc but I made that decision on my own. Don't subject your children to this kind of stuff. Let them make that choice on their own and be responsible people. Your children and pets ARE NOT ACCESSORIES.
I'm just saying.
 Bay Bridge
 Thanks Sophia!

Have any of you been to the Ferry Building? If yes, what's your favorite spot inside and why?
I think my favorite spot in there is Hog Island. I love love love their Kumamoto oysters and their clam chowder. 
P.S. For those that asked previous and via Twitter - yes I will blog about my experience with Lasik =]


  1. where's your sun glasses?? jk :P

  2. I like how you combined those rings....:)

  3. I never heard of it but I hate it when they turn the music on so freakin loud! I worked at Hollister and that place damaged my ears. Loud to attract people but not so freakin loud that I can't what others are saying and what not. I feel bad for the children and pets.

  4. Poor babies & pets! Geez.... People are crazy -_-.

    That dish does look super greasy... ick... I hope it at least tasted good.

  5. SO true about people bringing kids/pets to those types of things D:

    would love to hear your lasik journey!

  6. lmao @ "not being able to blog 'cause I have a life..." true story, I'm so swamped with work! but believe me I wanna blog often but it's hard when all you wanna do is sleep & eat after work lol.

    & I wish you posted pics from the "weird fare" I'm all for weird shit! lol

    P.S. you look soooo sexayyy with glasses! lol <3

  7. omg!! I know I'm usually late on reinstated your comment function!!! YAYYY!!! (you're probably thinking, " 2034830 months ago!") hehe xD

    aww, Serena, Sophia, and Susie! My most favorite S^3! :D I miss you all!! :(

    I get stomachaches when I eat foods that are too greasy, too. @_@ Wow...there are some crazy strange street faires in SF!

  8. That sandwich looks/sounds amazingly decadent. I've never been to San Francisco-yet. Great pics!

  9. Oh, this makes me sad! I just moved down to LA from San Francisco last week!! Ahhhh, the clam chowder!!

    I'm new to your blog, btw! Followed.. Hope I get to see more of my favorite city in your posts!


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