The Girl With a “Birthday Month”


– Do you think I should try to be cool? – Could we try to get, like, a little bit of work done today? – Do you really think you
could get away with that? – No. – [Trapp] I’m begging you. – Hey guys, just wanted to
invite you to my birthday party. Birthday, birthday, birthday! Ha ha ha. – Whoa, this is super long. – Thank you. It’s my birthday, so I want
a full day of activities, but if you can’t make it, don’t worry. You can just come to the day
2 go-kart marathon upstate. Ha ha. – Cool. – No, not cool. Why is one birthday
taking up multiple days? – So, since my birthday
did this weird thing where it’s on a Wednesday, I know, Yikestown population Rayray, – The population of Yikestown
is much higher than that. – The weekend before, we’re
gonna do a go-kart marathon, roller skate rave, disco
karaoke, Napa wine chugging, and then, on the actual day,
a simple dinner after work. – But then, why are there
activities for the following week? – Well, since it’s sucks
when you don’t have something to look forward
to on your birthday, and we’ll have done the real party the previous weekend,
I wanted to make sure I had a city wide scavenger hunt for after the actual day. Ha ha ha. – Fun! – No! Not fun. Rekha, this is too much for one birthday. We have lives. – Wait a second, what is this thing on the first of the month? – So on the first of the month, I like to ring in the
month that I was born with a little pizza party. I mean, it is the month that I was born. Celebrating that is very important. – Wait, I was born this month, too. We should do a joint party. (crashing)
– What the hell? – Bye, Brennan. – Anyway, if you can do the
ghost tour, let me know, I’m doing a head count. – What are you talking about? – For birthday eve. – No, no, no. – Ooh, what is birthday eve? – It’s the night before my birthday. I have to ring in my
birthday with my friends, so I can turn a year older in style. I mean, can you imagine the clock striking
midnight on your birthday, and you’re just alone like some huge, huge loser? I mean, you get it, Raph. – Yeah. – Birthday eve is not a thing. – Okay, Trapp, so I presume
you’re a no for the ghost tour? – You keep saying “ghost tour”, do you mean ghost town tour? – No! They give you a
tour of a ghost, look. It’s crazy.
– How do you tour a? – Oh, I can’t wait. But hold on, didn’t
you have like a sort of birthday party earlier this year? Is this a birthday again? – Well, that was one of my birthdays. You see, I had to lie about my age to get into school early. – Why? – Because, they wouldn’t
let me go when I wanted to because they said I was too dumb, and I was like, why are you talking about? So this birthday that’s coming
up is my other birthday. – Didn’t you have a birthday in December? – That was my birthday solstice, welcoming the season in which
my other birthday falls. – Thank you for clarifying, Rekha, now it makes sense. – No problem. – You had a half birthday, too. Who celebrates a half birthday? – Well I had to find a
way to relax with friends. I was getting so busy from all
those birthday celebrations. Can’t I do one thing for me? – Stop it! – Why? – You can’t keep hogging
all our nights and weekends with one birthday. I get that it’s important to you, but if you stretch one birthday
out over multiple days, that’s just a way for
you to be self centered without taking on any of the costs. – Whoa. I’m stressing out my
friends with RSVPs, and weekend cabin reservations, and visits to exotic petting zoos that I won’t front the cost for, just so I can feel special? That’s awful. – It’s not awful. It’s fine, just, can you just
tone down the birthday stuff? – Okay, got it. – Okay. Do you guys want to go check out that diner that just
opened up down the street? – What? It’s birthday Easter, are you kidding me? We’re going cliff diving in Seattle, didn’t you read the invite? Let’s go! It’s my birthday, so
I’m gonna need time off from here until It’s actually until Yup, and here. – That’s the whole year. – Yes it is, thank you.

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