So, let me get this straight. If I do the regular camping, there will be primates bellowing "I'm in a dress" from 8 pm to 8 am, an unknown couch will appear in my tent, and I won't need a shot, except maybe afterwards. On oh yeah, if I do stay in fancy pants camping, no one there will be able to turn my crank.
This leads to several more questions. One, I think 12 hour bellowing only occurs on spring and fall equinox. Is there some astronomical anomaly that causes the sun to pause over the Gorge? And does this same anomaly account for the couch? And about that shot - wouldn't it be better to get it before camping, or do I have to wait and see exactly what strain I've been exposed to? Finally, are the campers in gold and premier truly unable to turn my crank, or is it simply a matter of crank snobbery?
I can pretty much guarantee you that not even terraced camping is safe from me and my bellowing.
Life, as they say, finds a way.
YESSSSS! As I've seen people breathe/blow fire form atop their Rv's. Chicks with dreads continually fall from the Redbull truck,walking party lines of 50 people crash through campsites yelling Sasquatch, and that one time the group took the unparty wanting folks in their tent, picked them up and moved their tent 50ft away from it's original location... PREPARE FOR THE GOLDBEARD AND ALL THE NOOOOISE!
Post by rustyironjeff on Feb 14, 2014 23:50:20 GMT -5
Keep it black with the "neon-ish" colors for text. I'm surprised no one has tried to bring the gender argument into the colors. Boy squatch vs Girl Squatch. Blue vs Pink. Or maybe it's just the colors of the fireworks we get.