Monday, March 31, 2008

Wooster Rotary Auction Has Come and Gone

So the legendary Rotary Auction came and went this weekend with much fanfare. Not as much was sold this time around but Jen and I sold some stuff and bought a few things. We got to see the Marne and Brian with little Toby. Poor Toby was sick all weekend and we all felt bad for the little guy but he has a smile that lights up a room.

There were many fine moments this weekend: comb over guy...The Divari's and their donut mania...the KOV missing out on some primo KISS action figures...and the majesty which lies below.



Here we see the fine airbrushed Berea Cheerleader pullover. Looks innocent enough...but is it? Stand a little further back. Tell me the megaphone and pom poms look like airbrushed man-cork and balls. Worst of all, poor Krista appears to be all over the megaphone, giving this fine outerwear a whole new meaning. Krista rides the pole.

Of course, EVERYONE was demanding I buy one and get Trixie's name written on the megaphone but alas...not enough money for THAT kind of fun.

7 comments:

Denise (aka Trixie) said...

Ya know...!
I'm just rollin' along, minding my own business, and find myself getting repeatedly pummeled by a certain blogger...I'm thinking a little retaliation might be in order....

MegatonMaynard said...

Let' not forget that putting your name onto the megaphone was NOT my idea but the collective will of Jen, some Divari's, and a Marne or two. I...totally innocent.

Denise (aka Trixie) said...

First off, you - totally innocent? Try never.

Secondly, I expect it from the known rabble-rowsers the Divari's, even a Marne, she does have that mischievous streak...but the BFF? I am shocked-nay, stunned! And after all the years I've spent henching in your honor....

MegatonMaynard said...

In fairness, Jen was hoping that the t-shirt would help you get in touch with your inner internet porn goddess.

Andy Donaldson said...

That's hot

Ann T Quittys thoughts said...

BFF here, I want my hench women to be known as hot, sexy, and ready for anything. The fact you were shown as a "crazy woman", thought funny as all hell, still doesn't show off the awsomeness that is the Trixie. As Eric keeps telling me, "See this as a complement. The fact that I honor you by including you in every facet of my life just shows how important you are to me." :-) By the way, I only showed you in the best light on my blog.

William said...

LOL on the shirt....I want to get a tatoo like that.