[Found in here.]
[Found in here.]
1. Decorate in green, gold and purple.
Dare to be ugly.
2. Have a seafood boil.
3. Eat a king cake.
4. Mix a Mardi Gras martini.
Okay with that also. Oop, made a mistake. Let’s try another one.
Whoopsie. Did it again. Let’s make three and see which one is best. Then we’ll make that one.
5. Make a shoebox float.
Then look at it.
6. Learn some Cajun French.
Gitcha gitcha gris-gris gumbo yaya. Done.
7. Snack on some MoonPies.
8. See some house floats.
Mardi Gras without the flashers, but a good excuse to keep your Christmas lights up.
9. Dress up your dog.
No. It embarrasses you and annoys the dog.
10. Take a virtual tour of Mardi Gras World.
It’s kinda cool in a 2nd grade field trip kinda way, but it’s virtual so it’s more like shopping for mattress covers online.
Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Teresa Conde, from San Diego, sculpts a Halloween cake aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN-68) on Oct. 26, 2020. US Navy Photo.
USS Nimitz (CVN-68) and the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group are currently stationed in the Central Persian Gulf.
[Image and caption found here. I posted this because it’s still not Thanksgiving yet.]
UPDATE: Also on the Nimitz – A Veteran’s Day Cake
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah Freitas, left, and Aviation Ordnanceman Airman Erica Rodriguez cut a Veterans Day cake on the aft mess deck of the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) on Nov. 11, 2020. US Navy Photo
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Cool animation required 600 pancakes [found here]).
“Bassist Keith Ferguson is ‘playing’ one of Jimmy’s 6 string guitars upside down.”
If Things Could Talk (1974)
Ry Cooder – guitars, vocals; Russ Titelman – bass; Jim Keltner & Milt Holland – percussion, drums; Bobby King, Gene Mumford & Cliff Givens – backup vocals. (Mumford & Givens sang with The Dominoes.)
40 years later:
Have a great weekend, folks, and we’ll sure do something or other tomorrow.
We’re living among idiots.
[Image found here.]