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August 26, 2007


KC Sponge

The Tush Push?! Now there's some serious dancing . . .
Beer makes everything okay. =)


High five for getting through the first week!

Your line dancing sounds like when I was slated to run a square dance/chili cook-off last spring. Now, I love me some chili, but square dancing? Come, now. Hello - it was totally fun.


Congrats on survivng the first week of law school...YAY!!

And now, I can't believe that I'm going to admit this for all the world (or at least all of your readers) to see...but I LOVE line dancing!! Yup, I'm a dork, but it's fun...you have to admit it was fun!!


Somehow I knew that this tale would end in that manner.

Somehow, combining drinking and line dance watching always results in line dancing drunk.

Congrats on surviving the first week!


But did they play "Cotton Eye Joe"? TOh how I miss line dancing at the Grad!

Did you stay long enough for them to play "Proud to be an American"? Not sure if they still do, but they would play that as the last song every single time. The guys would lift the girls up during the line "And I gladly stand up next to you" and it was all very cheesy.


Yeah... that's supposed to be Oh not TOh.


i want to learn the
oh you californians....

watermelon crawl is a good song by the way....


you said FUCK! in a post!!!
I am shocked!


Looks like we're off to a good start at Law School =)

Love that...'the tush push'

Pink Chihuahua Princess

Welcome to the dark side. :)

David's Traveling

you are making want to go back to school


I have an alternative activity suggestion: NOT the tush push. I have a theory: Law school get-togethers are the equivalent of Darwin; they are there to weed out the weak/under-prepared.


I find comfort in the fact that people are equally as indecisive when making plans for the evening on the west coast as they are in the midwest.

Congrats on finishing week one and learning the Tush Push!

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