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Moses Storm was caught up in the pretension of Los Angeles and felt the need for his birthday bash to be memorable. He mused: “Ideally…[a cool party] is something everybody’s talking about, it has very high security, and it’s exclusive. And what place do more people talk about with higher security that’s more exclusive that Los Angeles International Airport?”

The video is hilarious throughout.

I first saw the video on BuzzFeed, but I actually know Moses from my time in Los Angeles, so then I went to facebook to see if he had invited me to this ultra-exclusive event, and he had. Full facebook invitation below the fold:

Help me have a Terminaly Chill Birthday this year!

The fine people of the Chilies-to-go have always been so nice to me every time I fly out of the LAX airport. So there is no other place I would rather ring in the the next step of this crazy journey then at the Chilies-to-go located in terminal 3 of The Los Angeles International Airport.

Some things to know:

1. Security is kind of tight. So no sharp objects or anything that could be considered a “Weapon”. Don’t be stupid guys. I would recommend not wearing a belt or shoes that are hard to get on and off. Everyone will have to go through security. So please leave extra time for that.

2. You WILL have to buy a boarding pass to access
terminal 3. Tickets are usually nonrefundable. but that doesn’t mean we aren’t ABLE to have FUN. I recommend buying a ticket to San Fran or something closer. That way it is cheaper. Or buy a ticket to Honolulu and take that dream vay kay after the party. Cheeptickets.com has some great deals.

3. Parking is kind of a nightmare. LA ,right?
There is parking in lot B. then you can shuttle over. Shuttles run every 15min.
I would strongly recommend carpooling or taking a Lyft.

4. Bring bags, luggage , etc. You would be surprised how many looks you get in an airport with out em. Maybe you can fill them with gifts… Hint hint. JK. Your presents is enough.

5. When you get there check in with the lovely Donna. She is the host and an all around sweetheart.

6. No RANDOES. Please tell me if you are going to bring anyone. There is going to be enough Randoes walking around the terminal.

I know this is all kind of a pain. But I really love this specific Chilies. It’s my home away from home. And it would really mean a lot to me if you could make it out. So even if you can’t stay the whole night, stop by and say hello! Laughs, love, and damn good food!

South west eggrolls for life!!!!

-Moses

Hmmm my birthday is coming up. Maybe I should one-up Moses and hold my party in Cathay Pacific First Class.

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