Friday, October 16, 2009

My Disney Cruise: Day 3

As we creep into Thanksgiving, I am really feeling silly that I haven't finished my report on my Disney Cruise from this summer.

It's not laziness that has keeping me from finishing this... it's really the fact that there isn't anything to joke about in it.

So don't really expect to be amused as I present:

DAY 3:
We docked at Castaway Cay which is Disney's private island. I wrote about day 1 and 2 so long ago that I don't even remember what happened then. But I do remember day 3.

The island was awesome. Really well done. Chip and Dale were there:

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They are normally naked, but when they go to the beach they put on 1920s era swimsuits.


Also just off the coast is the Flying Dutchman ship from Pirates of the Caribbean:

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I thought that was pretty cool.
On the island they had hermit crab races. Basically they would draw a circle on the ground, toss in some crabs and then watch them wander out of the circle.

They don't like it if you eat the winning crab, I found out.

Stitch served as a DJ on the island. He also claimed to be dating Lyndsay Lohan (is that funny? I can't really tell at this point.)

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Here is a photo:

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This happened too.

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Here is a picture of Mitchell Musso rockin' my socks off during a deck party.

Seriously, if I go see him again I won't wear any socks. (NOTE- replace with funny joke before publishing)
He plays Hanna Montana's brother, BTW.

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Turn down service always included a towel animal in your room:

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I stayed at a Red Roof Inn once and found an actual animal in my towel. I don't find these things as cute since then.

That night was Pirate night.

I wore my Pirates' hat:

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That is probably the best I can do for humor here. I hope you loved it.

DAY 4 coming... soon? Probably not.

Monday, October 05, 2009

The Nasty Boys

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I don't have much to say about this... except for I MET THE NASTY BOYS!

I know, it really isn't that impressive. I met bigger stars before. Heck, I met The Rock. These guys aren't really that important to the history of wrestling, but there was something so cool about meeting them.

For starters, Knobbs is Hulk Hogan's best friend. I met Hulk Hogan, too but meeting Knobbs seems funnier.

Actually, it's not fair to say Knobbs is Hogan's best friend. But he is tied for the top spot with Brutus Beefcake who was standing about 10 feet away.

Anyway, here is an exceptionally stupid video of The Nasty Boys from the mid 1990s:

It starts out with The Nasty Boys telling us that they are going to the Maryland Science Center. They make some comment that the building isn't nastycized enough. But, they go inside anyway. Then they build a Lego tower with some kids. Then Scaggs presses a button that makes the Legos fall apart.

Actually, they don't fall apart so Knobbs has to push them over and pretend to be angry.

Next they encounter a big set of round metal balls. I am sure Knobbs was dying to do a Robocop joke.

A bearded Rick Moranis guy turns the set of balls on and the static electricity is supposed to make Knobbs' mullet stand up. It doesn't really work.

Then Saggs runs off and leaves Knobbs. I am starting to realize why Hulk Hogan chose Knobbs as his buddy.

Later Knobbs runs into a lady that looks like my friend Ted's mom.

I wish you knew her. You would laugh so much.

Maybe I should take a photo with her and then write a poorly written post about it.

Now, if you excuse me, I have to go nasticize.