Wednesday, March 18, 2009

I know college kids need energy...

I just finished a recording session, number 5 out of 6 for the band this year, and as I was walking back to my dorm, I happened to see something through someone's window. The scene was this: two guys, sitting at their respective desks, looking like they were in for a long night of paper-writing or study. One guy is on his computer, and the other is (and I am not making this up) drinking honey out of the bottle.

Well, that's one way to pull an all-nighter without caffeine.

2 comments:

Bridget said...

niiiiice. i totally approve. at least he's using natural sugar instead of those gawd-awful caffeine concoctions...

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