Another post about one of my favorite cities to visit with some of my favorite people in this city the Super Kawaii babes. We woke up early after a long night coming home from Vancouver because we had some crazy morning munchies. Vickie has been finding so many food places to try in Seattle and for this morning we were to go try Biscuit Bitch. With a name like Biscuit Bitch, I wouldn’t have mind if the food sucked.
I was trying to look mysterious.
Me and the Seattle food adventurist.
Justin and the biscuit bitches.
Some strawberry Italian soda.
This gravy and biscuit with a fuck load of bacon was no bitch.
This thing was delicious, a definite must have if you’re ever in Seattle.
Justin and his biscuit breakfast sandwich.
A bunch of biscuit bitches.
The next stop would be Pike’s Place Market for some Greek yogurt. We were trying to stay on the healthy side after eating so much good crazy shit the past two days.
Ellenos Greek yogurt is a tiny stand on the corner of a supermarket stand. It took us forever to find it.
I never had yogurt that wasn’t bought from the supermarket before, so this was a new experience for me. It definitely beats eating go gurt.
Monday morning and this place is busy.
Vickie began her modeling career today.
I forgot what tower this was, but it gave a pretty awesome view of the harbor.
You can see Pike’s Place Market from here.
Herod of the Sadr.
Vickie of the Munn.
Long’s “let me touch your penis” face.
Modelling wherever we go.
It’s pretty cool that they’re able to drive modified cars in the city. It’d be rare as fuck if you see any slammed cars in down town LA.
Exploring some park with artsy stuff in it.
There’s a similar metal statue like this near the Bank of America in DTLA.
Herod breaking necks in Pike’s Place Market.
We had some time to kill, so we decided to go to Alki and on the way there I was able to get some rollers of Herod’s RSX. Also check out a full set of photos of his car here…
Vickie got that modelling game strong already.
Searching for bae or the next place to eat.
The last stop on today’s adventure would be the Columbia Center where you can get a spectacular view of the whole city. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves..
Thanks Seattle for the memories and thank you to Justin, Vickie, Long, Herod and the rest of the Seattle homies for hanging out and taking me everywhere. We’ll reunite soon!