Quincy Center

19 Nov

As much as I love going out, I don’t think I can handle Quincy Center anymore. I mean, it’s great that I don’t have to drink and drive because I live 5 seconds from the bars, but like, I just can’t. This weekend I was standing by the bar talking to friends, ordering drinks, whatever. Next thing I know there’s a redhead behind me. Which would be no big, except that this particular redhead was dry humping me. I turned my head to see what the hell was going on, and he still doesn’t stop. Just keeps dry humping me. I think he was trying to make his friends laugh,  I don’t know. Then he apologized awkwardly and just walked away, as he if he hadn’t dry humped me. As if what had happened between us meant nothing to him. The thing is, I wasn’t surprised at all. And that’s what scares me about Quincy Center, I guess. It’s totally not out of the ordinary to find a redheaded random dry humping your leg to Gangnam Style to impress his friends with his wild and crazy antics. It’s part of the Quincy Center deal. It’s as expected as seeing literally everyone you know from high school during your 5 second walk to the bathroom, or as witnessing 17 fights in the parking lot at last call, or going to Wendy’s at 1am.  I would have been more surprised if I HADN’T been dry humped by a random passerby. If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, just let it happen. It will be over in 20 seconds, don’t be a bitch. Give him his moment to “YOLO” in front of his friends. All you can do in situations such as this, is laugh and take it.

Anyways, see you all in Quincy Center.


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