Day 35.2 | Happy Happy Birthday.
2130 / 730 pst
It's getting late for most of the kids so they start going home. Cherry invites me to go out with her and her friends for some drink. When we arrive, it's only 5 of us total at this outdoor eatery. We met up with another dude and a girl who is working here. They order a alcoholic slushie for us to share with long straws. One of the girls said that they get drunk easily and they weren't joking, after drinking only a little, she was acting a fool. I didn't know what to expect. After a couple of drinks, one of the girls is already tispy and obnoxious, which makes me slightly concerned as she drove her motorcycle here. The slushie is interesting. It's very sweet, but mainly tastes like pespi with hard cider. It's not really anything special but something to hide whatever alcohol is in it. It felt like my mouth was getting sour from the soda-like drinks we were having, and the Hawaiian drink they ordered stain our tongues blue, so it's definitely a sugary syrup being used. At one point, they were making a joke and Cherry asks me why I didn't laugh and if I understand what they're saying. I told her I understand what they said, I didn't laugh because I didn't understand the joke. In the end, everyone just thinks I don't understand what she said. At the end if the night, everyone seems ok, tispy at most, except for the one girl who seemed to have gotten drunk off some sips. However, we managed to all get home safely.
2240 / 840 pst
After I get home, I set my camera on my bed and take a shower. After just a few minutes I come back to two cockroaches invading my camera. I take Cherry's color pencil box that I found on the shelves and slay the two creatures. They were so tough that all 5he color pencils flew out of the box. I messaged Cherry the scene occuring in her room, in which she tells me to kill them. I thought they were dead but then notice slight twitching. They were both still alive. I stab the one flipped over and it starts to scramble, but it never dies. I contain both of them in a water bottle and I plan to release them the next day if they survive the night in the bottle.
Ban Thabôk, Vientiane, Laos