Listen Mr. Chicago guy who took my wallet - I know it was you. I was just trying to enjoy an El train ride down to Chicago Avenue so I could go to the Museum of Contemporary Art with my family and then eat at Heaven on Seven. But you had to go and make my night a little bit less enjoyable than it could have been. You took my wallet. Then you went on a spending spree at Dominicks and Home Depot. $600 worth of home products and groceries. I recognize that you are hard up - but seriously? On Thanksgiving week? So wrong.
I mean, I did get the gumbo, and that definitely improved the night...but that is beyond the point. I also got cheesy corn bread. But still, you took my wallet.
I even have a picture of you. Don't pretend like this isn't you...I saw you on the train. Well, I cancelled my cards so don't EVEN try to buy anything else.
26 November 2008
I Know It Was You
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Dang, I'm sorry. I never have figured out why stores don't just ask for ID when they accept a card. It would be so simple to stop.
I hope you are able to get replacement cards soon.
Just wondering why you and the Hennemans survived NYC unscathed, but as soon as you both move to Chicago, wallets are stolen, cars are stolen...do we dare come visit? So sorry you got robbed!
Chicago is 20x more sketchy than NYC...any day of the week. New York is like a magic wonderland of safety.
Exactly! New York=Too safe. Chicago=nice and gritty with bad neighborhoods you accidentally wind up in.
Dinners sounded good, though.
How did THAT GUY do anything inconspicuously? Not possible. You may have the wrong culprit.
Lets be honest Smash and Brig and all, I probably just dropped it on the subway platform while I was messing with my camera and entertaining the fam. This guy just got lucky...
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