Friday, July 15, 2011


Friday, June 24th, the eFlow team went to a Padres game.  What started off as a team outing to see a baseball game, quickly turned into a fun night of karaoke!  There is video proof, but it's just too embarrassing to post on the internet (Kai wont let us).

We started off at a bar downtown called Bub's at the Ball Park, where we got free mini foam fingers.  The girls were very exciting about that (I mean they are foam fingers, but miniature. What's not to love?).  From Bub's, we all headed over to watch the baseball game.  After arriving late to the game, we sat down and "watched" for 20 minutes and got up and left to explore the rest of downtown. I don't know if you know this, but baseball is extremely boring!  On a search for the perfect karaoke bar, we wandered around the Gaslamp quarter for a while.  We finally ended up at this random little
dive bar called Tequila 100.  It was pretty empty inside, but we were lured in by the man standing outside yelling the word "karaoke!", and that's exactly what we wanted to do!  After sitting down and ordering everything we could off the menu, we listened to two people sing, who were clearly amateurs.   Kai and Danielle sang "Living on a Prayer" and rumor has it, they were awful. All in all, it was a very successful and entertaining night!