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Can You Be More Pacific? is a show consisting of a series of short skits/improvs spoofing Orange County. It was hilarious. I highly recommend it to all of my Orange County readers. (Well, all of you who have a sense of humor!) As a writer who is constantly making fun of the Orange County lifestyle, I truly appreciated the great acting and humor of the performances.
The show didn't start until 8 p.m., but my friend, Nike, thought we should start our evening around 4:00 in the afternoon.
What can I say?
She likes to have a good time.
We parked on PCH (Pacific Coast Highway for those of you who don't live here) and walked a block or two to our first destination.
Walking along Pacific Coast Highway looks like this:
A drunk photographer is a shocking and very disturbing thing!
It only took a few minutes to spot our first destination.
We were headed to K'ya. It's pronounced k-eye-a.
We were at the bar, but the seating area for people who actually want to eat food while they're at K'ya looks like this:
The bar crowd looked more like this:
Notice the mega-carat diamond studs in her ears, the designer sunglasses, the perfectly french-manicured nails and the bleached blonde hair.
Oh wait, don't forget the excessive cleavage which is probably store-bought if she's like the majority of women here.
There's more too!
Do you think they're natural?
And what about her hair piece? Do you think that's natural?
How did I get off on this tangent?
I get a lot of people asking for photos of Orange County folks, and this woman is pretty typical.
She's probably a very nice person.
With my back to the ocean, the view from K'ya looked like this:
Very pretty, but, of course, I faced towards the men ocean while we were there.
My friend, Nike, suggested we kick off the night with mojitos.
That mojito is just the beginning of this story ……
(Part II will post on Thursday. Also, I posted a few other photos of our girl's night out over the weekend. If you missed them, you might want to scroll back and take a look.)
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