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Mar. 6th, 2008



Celebrations of Tampa Bay - DJ, Photography and Videography

I feel the best form of advertising - good or bad - is via word-of-mouth. On that note, here's what I have to say about this company:

Don't book them for your event! I should've seen the warning signs all along. When I emailed to book my wedding entertainment, there was confusion as to whether or not another bride had already booked my hotel ballroom. I contacted the hotel and as it turns out the bride had to cancel and went elsewhere. She never bothered to tell Celebrations and her phone was disconnected - I wonder why? Perhaps she didn't like them either.

The company's communication practices are unprofessional. I write better emails to my teachers. Although I spoke bluntly with the man, I wasn't expecting the same attitude from him. What I mean is all emails should open with a greeting and end with a salutation. E-mailing me to the fact of "where is my money" DAILY is unnecessary and unprofessional.

My problem is the company wants to book as many events as possible and is willing to jeopardize your event to get it done. Also, the $100 book by phone or online is b/s. First of all, there's no way to pay online and second of all, we did call. I cancelled their services and stopped payment on the check for the deposit because after mailing the check and "booking" the services, the man started to get sketchy on payment deadlines and if the date was available. BAD TIME TO INFORM ME OF CONFLICT.

Let's hope I not only saved myself from a horrible event DJ experience, but anyone who reads this.


Some of their redeeming qualities are: prices on the website (those aren't real by the way) and the all inclusive aspects, but my frustration is beyond redemption.

Oct. 24th, 2007



P22 3AL (aka "early man")

Thank you, Mr. Chevy Tahoe (black with redneck racing stickers of victims from your favorite part of the damn sport - the wrecks) for testing my defensive driving skills. Just because I drive a sedan doesn't mean I don't know how to accelerate. By the way, it's not polite (nor legal) to broadside someone just to get in front of them.

I'm just glad there was a driveway to swerve into instead of curb. Because of you, I decided to say *eff it and just turn around and come back home. What's making a doctors appointment when it risks my life?

Rules you broke behind the cut:Collapse )

If there's ever a next time, I plan to spin out your giant one-man vehicle and t-bone YOU.

Jul. 10th, 2007



To the guy chatting away on his cell phone outside of Panda Express....

Thank you for noticing that I dropped my keyes and actually picked them up, opened the door for me and told me to have a nice day.

So rare. So.Very.Rare.

Jul. 6th, 2007

Penguin, Sexy, Love


(no subject)

To the old beat up white minivan with spinners that I saw on Bruce B Downs today...Congrats on having awesome rims on your..minivan.

Jul. 5th, 2007


West Kennedy 33606

To the gentleman who left his duffel bag and fruit of the looms in my company bushes:

Dear sir,

We're sorry to inform you that we regretfully had to discard your belongings. We're sorry if this has caused you any inconvenience.

Thank you,


Jul. 3rd, 2007



Thanks Buddy!

I'd like to thank a special member of the clearwater police department driving a white unmarked in downtown clearwater today around 4pm for not allowing me to merge and practically running me off the road.

Glad I could make you laugh. Dick.


Can't Toyotas just get along?

I saw you Mr. Toyota Tundra driver. You got REALLY pissed off at this white Toyota Corolla that was stopped at the light in front of you. You were so mad, that you opened your truck door and swung your whole body out while repeatedly screaming at the top of your lungs "YOU ARE AL QAEDA, MAN".

I was too afraid to take your picture. I think the guy driving the Corolla was Cuban. How's that for racial profiling?