All Reviews by Marisha123

  • Petco 5450 Weslayan St Ste 12, Houston, TX 77005 (713) 665-4150

    4 stars Posted on 05/19/2011 07:26pm

    this is a great place to take your pets for a little outing and get food, toys, etc. for a reasonable price. I would not suggest grooming. They charged me $10 to clip my cats back nails. They did it right in front of me in less than 10 seconds! Atleast they could act more professional and take them back to a grooming table! I do like that they have different sprays for every month for your pets so they can smell good when they come home all clean!

    The store part of petco is decently organized, they have everything from dogs to ferret toys! The employees are nice, but since they swapped employees, I have been dissapointed. The new ones smell like ciagettes, and are boring and alittle rude. But they are helpful! and I guess thats all that matters! I would definately go check it out if you are new to pets, or if you just need to pick up some more kibble!

    I would just like to say one last thing, on weekends from about 11-2 they have an organization that tries to get you to adopt cats and dogs (kittens and puppies too), so I adopted a kitten last summer. We were so excited to have him as a new family member, until we noticed a small lesion on his ear. We took him into our vets office (South Gessner pet clinic) and he was diagnosed with ringworm. we had been informed that one of his house-mates had ringworm, and that she had treated him for it, but she obviously didn't! We were dissapointed and later had a talk with her about it. I have not gotten a dog from them.

    Marisha--
  • Panda Garden Restaurant Weslayan 5534 Weslayan St, Houston, TX 77005 (713) 667-0880

    5 stars Posted on 05/19/2011 07:17pm

    The food is very good, especially for the price! You may find something better, but this is convenient and has a big selection for a good price! For around $10, you get an entree like chicken or beef, a soup, a spring roll or crab puff, and rice. What a deal! Also they deliver very fast! They may say 30 minutes, but they have come in less than 15!

    Great place!
  • Pershing Middle School 7000 Braes Blvd, Houston, TX 77025 (713) 295-5240

    1 stars Posted on 05/19/2011 07:14pm

    I was driving by the school and passed a female hispanic girl. Me and my friend were playing sweet and sour which is a game where you wave at people and if they wave back they are sweet, but if they don't, or in this case, what this girl did, they are sour. So anyways, me and my friend passed by and waved at her. We drive up a few more yards and she walks in front of my car, shoots me the bird, turns around, then points at my friend, shoots her the bird, and then turns around for a third time, and gives us the bird with both of her hands, and then runs off with her other friends.

    Not only does this action represent her school, but also her race. I did nothing to her! Just one tip when passing Pershing, don't make eye contact with any of them and DON'T WAVE! :/

    Marisha--
  • Apple Store, Houston Galleria 5085 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77056 (713) 353-5471

    4 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:37pm

    I am assuming this is the store in the galleria. Anyways, the products that Apple makes are top quality and well worth the money. I have bought computers, ipods, touches, iphones, ipads, from them and they are all great products to own!

    But a few days ago, i went into the apple store with an appt. and had to wait close to 20 minutes for them finally to take me for my appt. that had been scheduled for a long time. I was going in to talk about syncing to itunes. So I go and she tells me that I have to log into itunes (Duh). And then I have to authorize my computer, and transfer this and that. And when she is done "turning everything on" it doesn't work. she gets tired of us being there and cancels everything and tells us to leave and try it at home. So I get home and can't get it to work. I then called a tech guy I knew and he had me download iRip which is an amazing program that you should go to first before the store. It is free to try and there are registration codes online if you are so inclined to purchase it. I got all of my songs downloaded (Around 300) in less than 5 minutes, where at the apple store, she couldn't even get one to download in the over an hour of time we were there..

    I love their products, just not the service I was provided with
  • Number 1 Resort Nails And Spa 2520 Rice Blvd, Houston, TX 77005 (713) 526-4057

    5 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:29pm

    I have been going here for a long time now and I am very satisfied with the service! The owners always give me a discount since I am a regular and they paint beautifully! The actual place is very modern and well kept (Unlike my old nail salon where I saw a cockroach on the floor). They are also able to do shellac which is a gel based painting, not polish. It costs $35 to the public and stays on longer. They also have a HUGE selection of colors available! Anything from black to lime green to red, they've got it all! Also they always have E! on the TV, usually keeping up with the kardashians :D...

    they also wax eyebrows and do facials... I would highly reccommend this place.. if you are unsure about it, try it and I am sure you will be regulars just like me soon!

  • Norris of Houston Salon & Day Spa 2033 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056 (713) 627-0000

    5 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:24pm

    This place is amazing. The atmosphere is amazing and positive! The employees are extremely nice. The hair stylists are young and relate to every customer in some way.

    I would request Donna Abbotte for the makeup. She is amazing and has numerous appointments everyday for everything weddings to getting a new look!

    I would suggest ashley for the hair. She is always changing HER hair to a new, in style. Whether its changing the color or straightening it/curling it.. she does it all!

    I would suggest a different place where I get my nails done.. this place I have never tried but I am sure it is decent!
  • Whataburger 3636 N Main St, Houston, TX 77009 (713) 868-1581

    1 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:19pm

    I bet all of these people are just obese couch potatoes... Anways...

    I asked to make my own burger..

    Shes like whatever...

    I ask for just the bun, patty, american cheese, ketchup...

    Would you like lettuce and tomato on that?

    No I just told u what I wanted stupid

    The conversation ended soon there after...

    So I sit down and they bring me the food in a box... I look inside and what do I see? A cold patty with a weird looking piece of cheese on it, ketchup... it looks like its been thrown together and run over by a truck..... BUT WAIT! NO BUN!

    So I go back up to the register and I'm like, wheres by bun?

    She told me, I thought you were lactose intolerant.

    ........ PAUSE.......

    Uh, no.. can I please have some bread

    Oh sorry, but you didnt ask for a bun..

    YES I DID STUPID!

    Ok.. so she takes my box thing back into their so called "kitchen" and put it in a new box. I bring it back to the table and open it up only to find sandwich bread... not a bun... sandwich bread... I get pissed and just eat it.. The food was ok, alittle cold and disgusting looking, but ok.

    SERVICE=TERRIBLE!!
  • Archer Steve Quarter Horses Inc 4219 McCrary Rd, Richmond, TX 77406 (281) 342-1445

    1 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:10pm

    I used to be bussed out here for camp. I have never met Steve Archer, and was taught by an unexperienced person. There was nothing to do besides clean up manure and the boarders horses, we were allowed to look at but not touch... LIKE THEY ARE SPECIAL? OH PLEASE!...

    the things I do like about this place..

    The horses are challenging for beginners (Not me)

    They have some OK activites... like painting horses and braiding

    I dont really have anything else to say...
  • Sam Houston Equestrian Center 13551 Lew Briggs Rd, Houston, TX 77047 (713) 433-7669

    1 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:02pm

    Okay, so i used to ride here.... I would not suggest it. For pony parties, its great, otherwise, not so much:

    1) Your children will be taught by other children. So your child will be taught by an intermediate 14 year old. (In my case, younger than me)

    2) The owner is crazy and almoast always drunk

    4) they mistreat their horses... the horses do not get supplements EVER! they get their shoes done and vet checked maybe 2 times a year at the most.

    5) This also ties along with 4... One of the 14 year old students was asked by the owner of the barn to go into the pasture and chase the horses around with a lounge whip for exercise.. News flash! we have these new things called lounge lines!

    6) They force you to do things. I was forced on a pony I had never ridden before to jump over 2', and yes I fell off.. (I have inproved drastically) While I was crying, they made me get on and jump it many times over again even after I was crying and yelling at them

    7) One of their ponies kicked me in the knee once.. I told the instructor and she told me to shake it off..

    8) If you are a student during the summer or you take lessons often, you will be forced to walk ponies at birthday parties..... oh what fun walking in circles...

    9) The horses are not properly trained.. they are not trained to listen to aids when approaching a jump. they run up to it and often make the jump feel akward for the rider.

    10) you will not be taught much past the basics. When jumping, if you make it over at a decent pace or don't knock over a pole, you will be told good job and to do it again..

    11) If you often show, I hope you have your own trailer because the owner only takes his top few to shows, and if you havent been riding with him for many years, theres a good chance he will not cross your mind.

    12) Again about the owner... I have never met him before. I rode there, but met his obese co-trainer who didn't even know how to teach people past the beginning levels.

    13) the children at the camps are rude. One year my jewish friend had a santa hat on, to kind of blend in with the christian kids at the winter break camp. A kid walked up to her and asked her if she was christian. She said no, He then procceded to tell her that people of her religion did not belong in this country. Her (My friends) mom then went and had a talk with the owner and the owner of the big mouthed child.. lets just say he never came for the rest of the camp days :D

    14) You will be put on horses based on your size, not capability.

    15) I was put on almoast a new horse everyday... I would suggest to new riders to stick to one horse for while... After you get used to riding, it it good to ride multiple different horses every once and while, but for starters, dont use many variables because ever horse teaches you in a different and unique way.

    16) If you are taking your child to the gym or having them do multiple after school activities like soccer, baseball, etc... No Need! At this camp, they have the kids doing their dirty work. While I was there, I spend countless days filling up water buckets, bathing horses in the hot sun, feeding the horses, cleaning up manure, cleaning tack, cleaning brushes, curries, picks, etc, putting up dividers in the arena, and other work that they don't feel like having their other students do.. so basically you are paying them for camp and having your children do their job...

    17) no stable hands

    18) they often have horses dying of unknown reasons... the horse that I used to ride they said they thought she had a heart attack but they werent sure.. so immediately, they burried her on the property and told the kids where she was buried so they can spend their camp days looking at horse graves.

    So I have now found a new stable where my horse gets supplements, his shots, feet clipped once a month, wormed, checked by the vet, clipped, bathed, etc. and the owner is nice and very experienced.

    So have fun :D
  • Hermann Park Stables 13551 Lew Briggs Rd, Houston, TX 77047 (713) 433-7669

    2 stars Posted on 05/11/2011 10:01pm

    Okay, so i used to ride here.... I would not suggest it. For pony parties, its great, otherwise, not so much:

    1) Your children will be taught by other children. So your child will be taught by an intermediate 14 year old. (In my case, younger than me)

    2) The owner is crazy and almoast always drunk

    4) they mistreat their horses... the horses do not get supplements EVER! they get their shoes done and vet checked maybe 2 times a year at the most.

    5) This also ties along with 4... One of the 14 year old students was asked by the owner of the barn to go into the pasture and chase the horses around with a lounge whip for exercise.. News flash! we have these new things called lounge lines!

    6) They force you to do things. I was forced on a pony I had never ridden before to jump over 2', and yes I fell off.. (I have inproved drastically) While I was crying, they made me get on and jump it many times over again even after I was crying and yelling at them

    7) One of their ponies kicked me in the knee once.. I told the instructor and she told me to shake it off..

    8) If you are a student during the summer or you take lessons often, you will be forced to walk ponies at birthday parties..... oh what fun walking in circles...

    9) The horses are not properly trained.. they are not trained to listen to aids when approaching a jump. they run up to it and often make the jump feel akward for the rider.

    10) you will not be taught much past the basics. When jumping, if you make it over at a decent pace or don't knock over a pole, you will be told good job and to do it again..

    11) If you often show, I hope you have your own trailer because the owner only takes his top few to shows, and if you havent been riding with him for many years, theres a good chance he will not cross your mind.

    12) Again about the owner... I have never met him before. I rode there, but met his obese co-trainer who didn't even know how to teach people past the beginning levels.

    13) the children at the camps are rude. One year my jewish friend had a santa hat on, to kind of blend in with the christian kids at the winter break camp. A kid walked up to her and asked her if she was christian. She said no, He then procceded to tell her that people of her religion did not belong in this country. Her (My friends) mom then went and had a talk with the owner and the owner of the big mouthed child.. lets just say he never came for the rest of the camp days :D

    14) You will be put on horses based on your size, not capability.

    15) I was put on almoast a new horse everyday... I would suggest to new riders to stick to one horse for while... After you get used to riding, it it good to ride multiple different horses every once and while, but for starters, dont use many variables because ever horse teaches you in a different and unique way.

    16) If you are taking your child to the gym or having them do multiple after school activities like soccer, baseball, etc... No Need! At this camp, they have the kids doing their dirty work. While I was there, I spend countless days filling up water buckets, bathing horses in the hot sun, feeding the horses, cleaning up manure, cleaning tack, cleaning brushes, curries, picks, etc, putting up dividers in the arena, and other work that they don't feel like having their other students do.. so basically you are paying them for camp and having your children do their job...

    17) no stable hands

    18) they often have horses dying of unknown reasons... the horse that I used to ride they said they thought she had a heart attack but they werent sure.. so immediately, they burried her on the property and told the kids where she was buried so they can spend their camp days looking at horse graves.

    So I have now found a new stable where my horse gets supplements, his shots, feet clipped once a month, wormed, checked by the vet, clipped, bathed, etc. and the owner is nice and very experienced.

    So have fun :D