Queasy Carnival July 21, 2010

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We went to a relatively new dim sum restaurant for lunch, and tried a lot of pretty tasty small dishes. Afterward we drove to a carnival located at a park we visited five years ago. Each bracelet came with only 4 rides, much less than the unlimited ride bracelets you can get at the California state fair.

Aside from bumper cars, the other rides we went on involved spinning, rocking, and shooting up and down at extremely fast speeds. By the end I was pretty nauseous.

In the evening we went to dinner at a seafood restaurant with the same army friend of my uncle’s that we ate with a few days ago.


I was arguing with my bro about how he should eat the hard boiled egg given to him in the morning.

Bro: I don’t trust Chinese dairy products dude
Me: How are eggs dairy?…
Bro: It comes from a cow.
[pause]
Bro: Wait…