A downtown female who struggles to make new friends expressed her disappointment that there was no hard cider at the party. Noelle Frye showed up to her college friend’s playoff hockey watching party wearing her typical flannel shirt and multi-color clogs.
As soon as she walked into the living room, Noelle let everyone know she only watches Australian rugby, but she’d try to follow along with the hockey game. She also told the hosts to point out which food was made without any animal or human suffering.
Noelle became visibly upset when she was notified there was only light beer and no hard ciders. “I only drink hard cider,” she said. “I guess I could settle for some cinnamon apple sangria or French absinthe.” She was dismayed to learn those weren’t available either.
Party attendee Adam McLaren struggled to make conversation with Noelle. “I asked her if she saw the new Captain American movie,” he said. “She responded by telling me she’s not into American comic book movies and only watches Japanese anime films. Then we stood silently next to each other for two minutes. It was weird.”
Noelle left the party early so she could checkout a random folk band at The Pour House. She’s projected to lose seventeen Facebook friends this week when she posts her top 100 Pokémon characters.