First off, my car window stopped working (it would only go down an inch, then stop). So for Father's Day, my dad tore my door apart and we figured out the problem (then put the door back together), I ordered the part, and today we tore the door apart again in order to install the new part. Of course, with home car repair, nothing ever goes smoothly.
When the new window motor blew the fuse for the windows, he had a new one of them on hand.
When something blew out my front headlight (not sure if it was just the light's time or the mechanic work did something to it), he had one of them on hand too. Not to mention I didn't have to pay for any of the manual labor. Just for the part (and not even for the additional parts he "had lying around."
I have the best dad.
One of the great things about the show is that while it fills a lot of the trope characters (smart girl, overexcited girl, tough girl), it gives them more depth than their trope and plays around with the trope, which keeps the characters from feeling rehashed and boring. I actually liked all the characters. It was a fun revelation.
I didn't take any pictures of dinner, because meat and veggies on a grill is fun, but I'm all about the desserts. But I do have this one picture of the sides.
For those not familiar with Korean BBQ, you're given various sides with your order of raw meat. Then you nom on the sides and grill your meat, which can be eaten on rice or lettuce wraps or however you want. I can't tell you what all of those items are in those tiny little bowls, but there is kimchi, broccoli, julienned mushrooms (we think), and a tiny salad.
But this is the best part (I took pictures of the tags rather than the food because I can never remember WHAT I ATE):
[Not pictured is the little three-pack of macarons. Because I'm tired and lazy.]
(Side note: I thought the label said "Green TEA Pastry" and so did my friends, which is why I got it. But it was actually really good anyway, so no regrets.)