Sesame Street

I'm convinced that Haight in between Fillmore and Steiner is unlike any other block in the world. Here are some things you should know about Sesame Street.

Everyone has a nickname. Some, like Peter, draw theirs from Sesame Street characters. Peter is the Count, and because Will and Graham bathe together, they are Burt and Ernie. I on the other hand take my nickname from my Team Tenderloin roots and go by "Milkshake".

The official themesong is "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding.

If you can find someone to tell you how to get to Sesame Street, then come here and we will teach you the handshake. It's a little complicated, but soon you too will be able to glide gracefully from pinky swear to double-dap.

'Nado Whores and 'Tov's Rats cannot find true love. The reasons are many fold, but take my word for it that it's just not meant to be.

It is often deceiving who actually has a place to live, and who just stays at the 555 Guesthouse.

Sesame Street also goes by another name: The Wonder 500.

The official poem of Haight @ Fillmore: "71 to Noriega/48th street and Ortega."


~PhoenixRising said...

see, I have nothing better going on, as it is early on a friday and the prefunk has just started (though the funk has not been located yet. We are still unsure of its location) - Anyway. At some point we will roll up on Sesame Street like it's going out of style. Until that point we will keep commenting on your blog, posting flash blogs, and generally ripping and roaring through NYC like we had purpose.

Thaozee said...

You post made me want to put up a post of nicknames I know. In fact, I'll do it now :)