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Guys this is my new cat. Excuse the questionable Old Louisville bathroom.

My toilet drinking, PopTart and wing eating cat.

Guys this is my new cat. Excuse the questionable Old Louisville bathroom.

My toilet drinking, PopTart and wing eating cat.

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I’ve got some ‘smalinin to do

If you don’t get this reference, I’ll give ya a hint..

Flashback to Friday night:

My friend Melissa and I wanted to take a walk down in Old Lou because it’s pretty and not quite dark yet at the time I got off work. So we went for a huge long walk and landed on the steps of the Walnut Street Baptist Church just sitting, hanging out, watching drug deals (sorry, I said it) and this little kitty is just hanging out, so I call him over and he warms right up to me, no problem. The little buddy was so cute, I may or may not have just picked him up and kept walking.

Spoiler: I walked back and that’s the story of how I now own a stray cat named Walnut.

That being said, Walnut eats S’mores Pop Tarts and drinks from the toilet.

He’s a good one,

Stay Cool,

GK

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I still have this world where P!nk is gay. I’d recruit the shit ot of P!nk, you couldn’t do it because she wouldn’t be attracted to someone who looks like her!

Melissa, after I’d been called P!nk for the 1000th time
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Before we start this post, let it be known that Melissa thinks she’s famous because she has made multiple appearances on my blog with no popularity.
Commence with the real post:
Let’s talk about Little Jerusalem, a super cheap and insanely good Mediterranean place in the Beechmont district of Iriqouis Park. Apparently there is an apartment complex for refugees right across the street, so there is this place, a Vietnamese place, and the Value Market which has an extremely good selection of international foods. Yes, I made her go in with me. Yes, I was having a nerd moment.
So the Greek Salad was bomb dot com, super fresh. The real star of the meal was the Baba Ghanoush: it was salty and thick and creamy and I literally almost licked the plate clean. I know it has one money sign on Urban Spoon and yes that obviously means less expensive but sometimes people shy away from that because it can mean lower quality.
Tip of the day: if you’re in a new city and you find a NON-CHAIN restaurant with one money sign, hit it up. It’s probably one of those gold mines that only locals know about.

Stay Cool,
GK

Before we start this post, let it be known that Melissa thinks she’s famous because she has made multiple appearances on my blog with no popularity.

Commence with the real post:

Let’s talk about Little Jerusalem, a super cheap and insanely good Mediterranean place in the Beechmont district of Iriqouis Park. Apparently there is an apartment complex for refugees right across the street, so there is this place, a Vietnamese place, and the Value Market which has an extremely good selection of international foods. Yes, I made her go in with me. Yes, I was having a nerd moment.

So the Greek Salad was bomb dot com, super fresh. The real star of the meal was the Baba Ghanoush: it was salty and thick and creamy and I literally almost licked the plate clean. I know it has one money sign on Urban Spoon and yes that obviously means less expensive but sometimes people shy away from that because it can mean lower quality.

Tip of the day: if you’re in a new city and you find a NON-CHAIN restaurant with one money sign, hit it up. It’s probably one of those gold mines that only locals know about.

Stay Cool,

GK

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So my friend Melissa and I were wandering around Bardstown for The Highlands Beer Festival and we ran into this bad boy. We wanted to steal it but you need 14 other people to operate this macro bike and I don’t think I could convince over a dozen people to attempt an acoustic version Grand Theft Auto with me.

This is The Thirsty Pedaler: a 15-16 passenger party bike that can take you through the best bars in downtown Louisville. They provide 2 hour tours and stop at three different places downtown with killer happy hours. It’s just a BYOB party on a bike and it’s rad as hell… well we tried it for free sober and I guess it’s one of those things you gotta be tipsy to do… like beer bonging or streaking.

Anyway, the guy who owns this contraption is Scott and he might be the friendliest guy I’ve ever met- told us all about it so I had to make a post because I’m almost positive a group of middle age co-workers are gonna be like, “Dude Saturday night office bonding!”

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With full tours from $20 a seat and single tours at $30 a seat, I’m sure you can make this night one to remember… or at least the pictures help you sort it out the next morning.

Stay Cool,

GK