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I never did find the VIP lounge, as it seemed like pretty much a free-for-all, but after all, Everywhere I go is pretty much a de facto VIP lounge, no?
Also, I simply do not understand why the Space Needle prohibits food and drink on the outside deck during private parties. Are they afraid of people throwing glassware from it? (increasingly difficult, what with all the suicide protections) Serve it in plastic. Problem solved.
I believe the Skyline level WAS the VIP lounge. (AKA Purple Wristbandland). Strangely, the food up on the Observation Deck was better; but I didn't get there until around 10:30, so that might not have been the case in the early hours. And really, no Vodka? WTFUWT?
And did anyone catch the two young ladies raiding the swag bags for all the Theo Chocolates? They must have had 20 or 30 bars stuffed into one bag when I walked by them around 11:00 p.m.
At one point I couldnt go back to the VIP because it was over capacity and had to wait half an hour. Not bad with a drink and good conversation with a couple nice people, but we didnt need to be snapped at by the elevator lady.
We still had fun. I mean, when your having drinks at the Space Neelde for a great cause with amazing people it's going to be groovy. Definately going general admission next one. They had MUCH more space, top of the needle, better food, more funtivities, etc.
Looks like you had fun!
3 women and two dudes (in that picture).
I guess you have to charge admission to get that kind of ratio going in Seattle...or at least provide the liquor.
If the photographer panned around would it be the usual Y-chromosome tilted Seattle Scene?
@13: What the hell do you have against dudes doing stuff together anyway? Ass.
Dear The Stranger: I am so going to next year's event. I will be dressed as Tony Millionaire.
I have nothing against dudes doing stuff together.
Dudes doing stuff together is great.
But you know what...in Seattle, it's All Dudes doing stuff together all dinking day and night and not much else to look at.
So when someone suddenly produces this Magical Scene of actual attractive females between 25-45 in Seattle who aren't tatted up like the Painted Lady or else ready to jump on their Harleys and smash beer steins on some guys head or else waiting there with their palms out for $600 for "the basics" I have to profess a healthy degree of skepticism.
Look, urbard, I call the street as I see it.
Prove me wrong and I'll zip it.
Bailo's problem is that he wants to date women less than half his age, but they only laugh at him; and women his own age are too smart to have anything to do with him either. His constant complaints of "no women in this town" is like a hiker wearing a clanking pail on his pack complaining that he never sees any deer in the woods.
I have no doubt that's what your experience of Seattle or anywhere else is like given your unique ability to repel females.
Christ, you can't even let a perfectly wonderful thread about cunnilingus unfold without chasing all the women away with your repulsiveness and idiocy. Get your shit together, bro, or do the rest of us straight guys a favor and fuck off.
(party pics start at #15 or so)