A good friend of mine told me that he's moving to a different condo. I offered my help in packing his things. To those of you who've read my 'Conversations' post, he's the guy named Derek.
To those who've been reading my blog for a long time, I used to call him DT. Those are his initials. He used to be my supervisor when I was still part of the call center. Now that I am no longer his subordinate, we've become really good friends.
We're the exact opposite when it comes to most things so it kinda baffles me why we get along so well.
After work, we passed by 7/11 to buy a few bottles of beer, coke, a marker for his boxes, cigs, and newspaper. Let's face it, packing stuff is much more fun when you're a little buzzed.
So his condo had this itsy-bitsy terrace where you'd get a good view of the city. God, he has an amazing view from his unit. He's said he's gonna miss this view.
He asked me what he could do in return for me helping him pack. I told him to buy me dinner so he ordered pizza since me loves pizza. I swear, Papa Johns is one of the best pizza places in town.
Ladies, gays, and the few, emphasis on few, straight men who read my blog, meet Derek. I distinctly remember telling him that I'll be posting something on my blog. I just don't remember if he said I can post his pictures. Oh well...
For some unknown stupid reason, the building admin wanted to know what Derek had in his boxes so we did the logical thing. We labelled his boxes.
We started packing at around 7pm and we finished at around 9:30 or 10. In total, there were 2 big luggage bags full of his clothes, 1 smaller luggage bag containing God knows what, a paper bag full of cables and shit, and 5 boxes containing the most horrible things you could ever think of.
Since we were done packing and I was waiting for someone *ehem* to fetch me, I hang out in his condo for about 2 more hours.
So there. I've done my good deed for the week. I've helped out a friend. Oh and by the way, he's straight. He's one of my very-few-honest-to-god straight guy friends.
Sorry about the crappy quality of the photos. I took them using my iPhone.