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post #16 of 20
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Two of them are smashable. Edina - it's a bbq contest held in the man's backyard. Loosen up a little, SFieldina.

Wish I were there, Grillin', would've eaten ya'll under the table.

I'm going to +1 all but the bolded part. I really want to be able to non-creepily judge a bevy of babes some day.
post #17 of 20
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Two of them are smashable. Edina - it's a bbq contest held in the man's backyard. Loosen up a little, SFieldina.

Wish I were there, Grillin', would've eaten ya'll under the table.

Actually, it wasn't in my backyard. It was in a park, which made for much more work. We had to haul so much shit there and back. Thankfully, my cousin has a box trailer, or we would still be hauling stuff back...

And I didn't get to pick the promo girls. It was a last minute thing I worked out with a potential advertiser on the site. All three of them were great though. Really friendly with everyone which is saying something with who some of the guys were there. Lots of old, fat guys ogling them. The girls really handled them like champs. They also really enjoyed the bottle of champagne dad had to celebrate a successful contest....
post #18 of 20
Did you eat at, Crackin Barrel after ?
post #19 of 20
Congrates to all on the contest
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post #20 of 20
good god that sounds motherfucking delicious. wish i was there.
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