The train never asks to see a ticket if you get on a rear car.
A Texas accent alone will get you laid.
A cool, underground “basement” (what the fuck is a basement) bar a few block NW of the sandman is unfortunately a goth hang out.
Banff is not very far.
The Crazy Moose Saloon doesn’t exist but tourist shops will sell shirts anyways.
The bums are friendly.
There is a south African deli somewhere around there with a special jerky that is pretty good but in general, bbq sucks.
What is Mexican food?
Traffic is not terrible.
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Damn! That’s a good start. I think Mexican food is like beans and stuff? I will find the Crazy Moose Salon.
About the Texan accent that is good to hear, Calgarians are really open minded from what I hear. My gf spentb6 years in Houston, lived near the Medical Center or something, she picked up a pretty believable accent but had to train herself out of it since ppl in the Sault picked on her for it. Weird how in oneplace an accent is an asset but in another place it can be a handicap. [/quote]
Yeah basically beans and some other stuff like meats and vegetables with funny names.
I think maybe you’re girlfriend should teach you her accent so you can both get laid a lot together. If she still says ya’ll, keep her on a short leash.
Yes, the medical center. Central to Houston and between downtown, a couple universities, mid-town and uptown. I too lived near there a few years ago , across a highway in midtown for awhile, what is her name? Never mind, it doesn’t matter if I’m in her past. But does Jennifer sound right? I seem to remember a Canadian Jennifer.
I don’t know what Sauter is but if your gf was made fun of, she should’ve just given a George Bush middle finger. I think Calgary is half Texan anyways, with oil and all.
If you find the crazy moose saloon, please in this order down two irish car bombs and chug a killians red for me. That is how I would’ve kicked off the moose had I found it.