Sunday, December 6, 2009

What a great day!

Today was a much needed day of rest, relaxation and fun. Early this afternoon we headed out to the Tosahatchee State Park to get our wilderness exploration on. With a car full of broskis, we headed out seeking adventure. All in all it was a great day of bear wrastlin' and gator drownin. There was also a very rare sighting of a Native of Tosahatchee Park. His name was Spearmanhoulihan. With his spear at hand he launched it at us with great agression to try and ward us off. I managed to get this picture just before the spear penetrated our dear friend Christian's big toe. Luckily we got the spear out of his toe before the ravaged spearmanhoulihan tried to spit his venomous toxins in our eyes. Thankfully, we made it out unscathed and the spearmanhoulihan is still rummaging through the swamps looking for his next meal of celery and cow dung.

Here is the rare sighting of the spearmanhoulihan. I had to photoshop clothes on him as he just runs around in the nude with only snakeskin around his tallywacker.

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