Sunday, February 04, 2007

There's always room for Jello (shots)

As planned I went out to watch the Superbowl (also known as the Joseph Addai and Peyton Manning show) with Whitney. We watched at the home of the guy who invented the ingenious "Suck and Blow" Basically it's a hollow plastic tube filled with what is essentially a double jello shot, with one person on each end, at the apropriate time one person begins to suck the jello out, and the other person blows the jello out toward the person doing the sucking... What you end up with is a rocket-powered, double-sized shot of liquor infused jello forcibly inserted into your face, large amounts of laughter, and some really high quality pictures. Alas I forgot my camera, but there is a chance that the party pics might end up on the company website... We'll see. Either way we had a good time.

And since it was a party, and there were abundant numbers of varying flavors of jello shots, we played a game. (Pretty basic really) There was a cup full of papers upon which something to do with the Superbowl was written, (for example: Lovie Smith, Tony Dungee, Beer Commercial, Car commercial, challenge, flag, touchdown, etc.) And every time that thing appeared on the screen you had to do a jello shot. You changed papers every quarter. My selections in order were: Flag on a play, Interception, Tony Dungee, and Bears first down. Needless to say, I consumed more during the second half... I know there were at least 6 Bears first downs during the 4th quarter, it's too bad they couldn't capitalize on any of them. Crimeny! When you add in all the "SOCIAL" shots, there came a certain point where we all just had to say, "I'm sorry, there is no more room for jello!"

I'll have to get back to you kids with a real post tomorrow. I hope you all had a lovely Rex Manning day!

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