Savannah wrote:Wearing neckties, like a corporate guy just off work, happy in a convertible . . .
Mrpatatomoto wrote:Now you must do it. put a piece of plywood on your roof and put them ontop with suit jackets, ties and goggles.
C.f.M. wrote:That is amazing.
C.f.M. wrote:Try this: http://burnermap.com/welcome.php
You can print out mailing labels from that too.
I'm going to call it Larry's Law. Everything goes wrong the day or two before you leave. Yeah, you measured it all to make sure, but the tent doesn't fit in the cooler after all! Yay, you don't have to fret over whether or not you're going to Ranger this year, because you don't have room to pack your khaki clothes. Yeah, you thought you had a ticket, who knows?? That money you were going to rely on for travel food costs, you didn't get put on the schedule this week for some reason, so meditate while you fast. Mmm...premenstrual hormonal disequilibrium making your brain not want to work and everything hurt.
I bought postcard stamps today, and figured out what to wear with these.
Drawingablank wrote:Tittie Twirlers are great - the guy who makes them camps in our village btw (at least he did last year).
Lonesomebri wrote:And to hang on the trash fence at our make-shift bar-
“Last Bar on Earth” on the side facing in, and
“First Bar on Playa” facing out to greet our ticketless comrades as they elude the combined security forces making it across the barren wasteland, and make it to our ice cold Margaritas, at the first bar on the playa. At which point we fulfill our obligation to the 12th principle and turn them over to the authorities.
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