I didn’t really want to go out with RV guy last night, but I figured, “Eh, why not? Maybe I’ll win a million dollars.” (You can always motivate yourself to go out on a Friday night in Vegas.)
Kristin and I met RV guy at the mall the other day. His name is Marcus and he’s been living all over the country in his RV since August when he left his home in Minnesota. You can see why I was hesitant to hang out with him. Between the fear of having “Hey baby, wanna go back to my RV?” actually said to me and the possibility of being abucted and brutally murdered by some wacko with one of those Midwest accents, I was pretty much ready to head to bed. But, I decided that he seemed to be a nice enough kid, so I met him at Caesar’s and we set off to find something to do.
We ended up at Margaritaville where we met Brian and David who are stationed at Nellis Air Force Base. They seemed like cool enough guys, especially David, so we ordered some drinks and decided to hang out for a bit. I don’t think RV guy was very impressed that I spent the rest of the night totally absorbed in my conversation with Dave. Even the bartender had to tap us on the shoulders to interrupt and ask us if we needed another drink.
At 12:10 I had to go get my car from the Caesar’s Valet, and RV guy tagged along (which I did not approve of – I wanted go by myself). Against his will, we went straight back to Margaritaville after I parked the Malibu in the O’Shea’s garage across the street. Dave looked really happy that we actually came back and we just jumped right back in to being fascinated with each other.
At 1:00, I turned around and RV guy was gone. I felt bad for a minute. RV guy was nice. I didn’t mean to offend or upset him. Then I realized he left without paying for his $14 worth of Hurricanes.
Dave and I kept talking and laughing until about 2. He’s from northern Virginia and goes to WVU. He’s in the Air National Guard and is on active duty right now for training. I had so much fun. He gave me his number and I gave him mine. He asked me what I was doing tonight and said he’d give me a call.
So, I guess it was a good idea to go out with RV guy after all. Granted, I didn’t win a million dollars, but I did find David – and he might be better.