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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Meshuganotes in Cleveland

This weekend excursion was a few weekends ago, but that's no reason to not blog about it. It occurred to me that I don't do a lot of blogging about Meshuganotes, which is a giant fail on my part, because they are such a huge part of my life. We are OSU's ONLY co-ed Jewish acapella group on campus, and we sing lots and lots of different types of music (including contemporary). And best of all, we hang out. We have fun. We go to Cleveland and go sledding down a giant hill. Here's a good looking group of kids all padded up in Ryan's family's clothes to hit the big hill after an epic snowfall. If you look closely, you can see that the sleeves of my jacket have naked women silhouettes on them. Super win.

This hill was kind of epic, and may or may not have been the largest most terrifying sledding hill I have ever seen. We may or may not have wiped out more than twice. Possibly three times. There was a minor chin injury involved. And a possibly a concussion.

Here are some sledding actions shots.

Way to go Shuggies.

Also, Meshuganotes takes sweet pictures at awesome stores called "Great Fun" in the Coventry Area.
But the best part about being a Meshuganote is eating at Melt: Bar and Grilled. Otherwise known as the greatest gourmet grilled cheese restaurant in existence.

Here is mine, The Parmageddon. Perogies, Parmesean, Provolone, sauerkraut and all wrapped up in Grilled Cheese goodness. Paired with fantastically cooked french fries with a side of vinegar to go with. Thank you Melt.

And here is The Russian. Think Reuben meets Grilled Cheese. Meets happiness.

I fully expect to see Melt on Diner's Drive-in's and Dives any day now, so I want full credit for discovering it, and not Guy Fieri. I doubt this will happen, but it's worth dreaming over. So is this Grilled Cheese Goodness.

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