Tuesday, November 3, 2009

PostSecret

Oh Post Secret how you bring back memories from when I was young...ok so I kind of have a rule to not write about myself a lot on my blog because, well...who the hell cares right? But this is kind of funny. Do you think "forking" someones lawn is funny? Well how about "Remaxing" someones lawn. Yeah that's right...ok before I tell this story I just want to say that if I can get arrested for this then the story isn't real...if I can't then it is 100% true.

I don't even know how it started, but driving through the McDonald's drive through at 3am and ordering things that weren't on the menu in foreign voices kind of got old...plus the manager came out and stopped our car and told us that we weren't allowed to come back (banned from McDicks, that's right I'm bad ass).

We then thought of a new sport...taking all the for sale signs off people's lawns for a 4 block radius and putting them all in another persons front yard. Yes I know...pure awesomeness...especially since the house in question was definitely not for sale and it was on the main street (small town, it really was the main street).

So if I still had a picture of this I would have put in my own post secret and it would have read: It Was US Who Remaxed Your Lawn Bitches!

XOXO
Jes...

If you think this story is sad...yes, I grew up in a small town and there was nothing else to do and I wasn't really into snorting coke off the back of a toilet...what can I say, I needed to focus my creative energy.

3 comments:

  1. I may or may not have once been involved in a hypothetical situation that involved swapping the Baby Jesuses (Jesusi?) from all the local churches manger scenes at Christmas. Mayhem.

    Bet you my hometown was smaller than your hometown. We didn't have a Remax agent.

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  2. I don't even think the churches in my town had nativity sets outside of their churches. and kind of small town mischief needs to be classified as epic.

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  3. It's stories like this that make me wish I had grown up in a small town.

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