Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Wait....what?????

So I just got sent home from work because of a bomb threat. After we got evacuated from the building, we were standing outside waiting to hear whether we'd be able to return to work or just go home. About 20 minutes later, more troops showed up: about 5 more squad cars, a few police officers on horseback, the channel 5 news team, a few helicopters, and a gigantic Girls Gone Wild tour bus. The GGW bus pulled up right next to where I was standing, opened its giant bus door (that happened to be painted to resemble some girl's silicone-enhanced cleavage) and a bunch of nasty meat-heat guys jumped out and started running around handing out flyers for a GGW super breast-a-thon that was going on this weekend.

Not only do I regret not having my camera to capture the Girls Gone Wild bus parked in front of a giant police barricade, but also to capture the priceless facial expression of a poor college freshman talking to her parents on the phone worried about the bomb scare while confusedly holding a flyer picturing a drunk co-ed exposing herself.

10 comments:

Hedy De Vine said...

Did you take a flyer?

Abysmal Chick said...

EEEW! Girls gone wild, the BOMBTHREAT edition! Life is so fragile....Let's show our tits for a T-shirt! WoooHoo!

Wayne said...

This is ridiculously amusing to me.

Elizabeth said...

I love this story. Best of all is the police on horseback.

lesley said...

Hedy, no.

Abysmal Chick: quite a combination, eh? It was quite an afternoon.

Wayne: I was ridiculously amused as well. I'm glad you feel the same. (though I don't mean to belittle the b-threat situation.)

Elizabeth: things are 5,000 times cooler anytime there are horses involved.

Bo said...

OK, now that's a great story.

lesley said...

Bo, I'm glad you're amused by my bizarre stories. I'm still chuckling today....

Hedy De Vine said...

OMG

Anonymous said...

That's better than a movie.
The girls gone wild bus should show up everywhere. Funerals, Hindu shrine dedications, political rallies...

lesley said...

Screetus, I think you're on to something!