Lucky, Natasha! She planned our insane, 60-mile walk as a part of her monumental 30th birthday. Leaving the planning to us, it should have come as no surprise that she ended up somewhere crazy. And, apparently, to us crazy means a japanese restaurant with private karaoke booths. Yakitori Boy in Philly was just that spot. We started off apprehensively (and sober) with very little singing action. The pics below prove that soon changed. We even coerced Natasha into singing once or twice. I didn't even know it was possible!
It was a very, very fun and insane evening. At the end of the night, we found out just how much fun we did have. $783 worth, thank you very much. I almost punched my husband in the face when he tried to lay down his credit card for all of it. Let's say he wasn't in his right mind, exactly. Luckily, he ended up with some help. His face is so cute and all, it would have been a shame to scar it up.
We returned to Juli and Walker's awesome pad for a very cheesy and rainbow-themed birthday cake. (We had to outdo the rainbow number from my own birthday.)
I love Natasha dearly and I have to go out on a limb and say she will never forget birthday # 30. Hope you had fun!