Beardhead Giveaway

by Brett & Kate McKay on March 2, 2009 · 178 comments

in Blog, Featured

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Last week, I linked to a company called Beardhead that sells these awesomely funny ski caps that cover your face so it looks like you’re growing a Grizzly Adams-esque beard. I didn’t think much of it. Just thought it was something that AoM readers might find amusing. Then the other day I got an email from the owner of Beardhead  telling me thanks for linking to him and asking if he could give away a few Beardheads to AoM readers. I love giving free stuff to you guys, so I of course said, “Heck yeah!”

With spring break almost upon us, a Beardhead can come in real handy for those of you planning to hit the slopes. They cover your whole head and face in warm beardy delight. Even if you’re not going skiing, the Beardhead is perfect for our manly friends living in  locations, like say the Northeast, where winter is showing no signs of ending soon. Also, they’re good for readers who are planning on robbing a bank and are looking for a way to add a bit of panache to the old ski mask routine.

The Prize

Two splendiferous Beardheads, valued at $24.95 each, are up for grabs. They’re a knit one-size fits all hat that’s machine washable and sure to woo the ladies when you’re shoveling the snow.

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How to Enter

Because the Beardhead could come in handy to those of you skiing over spring break, just leave a comment on this post sharing your best Spring Break trip ever. Did you hit slopes wishing you had a Beardhead? Did you go camping with your buds? Let us know.

Deadline to enter is Friday, March 6 at 11PM Central Standard Time.

After the deadline, I’ll draw two random entries and send them their Beardhead.

Looking forward to reading your stories. Good Luck!

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Generalismo McKay plans la revolucion de manliness. Rise up comrades!

{ 174 comments… read them below or add one }

101 Andrew March 3, 2009 at 11:23 am

I went on a road-trip with some friends up to Winnipeg. We were seniors in high school and it was our first voyage without our parents. Quite a bonding experience.

102 Martin Smith March 3, 2009 at 11:23 am

The best spring breaks for me are always going home from college in depressingly human Southern California to my parents’ beautifully green country home in NorCal. I usually spend my time helping out around the house, getting my hands dirty building with my father, and gorging on my mom’s home cooking.

Huzzah.

103 Ashley March 3, 2009 at 11:26 am

Best spring break ever was when I went to the grand canyon. Nothing beats hiking in a light snow.

104 Benjamin Eavey March 3, 2009 at 11:46 am

Best spring break was probably when some buddies and I drove on a whim to Myrtle Beach, got a cheap hotel room just off the water, and then spent the week just goofing around and having fun. Befriended some of the employees at the local Laser Tag place, too, and played all night long. Fun trip.

105 Brett R March 3, 2009 at 12:07 pm

Spring break 1988: hitchhiked to Guatemala. Worked at a farm for a day to get enough money for the trip back. Mugged twice between Tijuana and Los Angeles, in the hospital with bacterial poisoning for a week. Had enough time to finish the outline and bibliography of my masters thesis, and met my wife in the hospital. Nothing like a six week spring break to right the ship.

106 Alan March 3, 2009 at 12:12 pm

Going snowboarding. Being from Hawaii it is pretty dang cool to see snow and play barefoot in it.

107 drew March 3, 2009 at 12:30 pm

Best trip ever was to venezuela for a friends wedding. Brought the girlfriend at the time and had more sex than one should ever have in a period of one week. one to never forget

108 Jsthegr8 March 3, 2009 at 12:38 pm

haha best spring break….Acuna mexico, got smashed at the bar where they filmed DESPERADO. Hurt my leg on a mechanical bull ride, $10 bar tab all you can drink Coronas

109 Sebastian March 3, 2009 at 12:42 pm

The past three, all service trips in college, have been great. My most memorable was New Orleans. I was down there six months after Katrina, gutting houses. There were so many people that left an impact on me- people in my group and homeowners.

110 Patrick March 3, 2009 at 12:56 pm

Myself and two of my fiends decided to go anywhere for spring break that was tropical, so we found the cheapest package deal that we could which was a trip for four days in Montego Bay Jamaica. Te adventure that ensued tested us all. Our fist objective was cheap beer, hard to find in a tourist town filled with crafty natives. Unfortunately for us we were split apart and all taken to separate booths and made to buy an extremely overpriced wooden parrot but we got our beer. To make a long story short, we ate very little, enjoyed the rum and befriended a out of luck Jamacian who showed us the sights. We flew home later bleary eyed, hungry and very pleased with our tropical adventure.

111 dan March 3, 2009 at 1:06 pm

My best spring break ever is coming up in two weeks. I’ve been through high school, college, and three years of grad school, and I never really appreciated spring break. Now I’m teaching high school, and, oh man, I finally see why we get a break. It’s not for students. It’s for teachers. I plan to sleep late, eat a lot, and not grade a single paper.

112 Fredrik March 3, 2009 at 1:08 pm

I live in Sweden, and our equivalent of the spring break is in February.

The best spring break I’ve ever had was in 2007. I was spending a few days at my father’s place and decided to go to a party with a girl I knew through the internet. One thing led to the other and two weeks later we became a couple. We celebrated our second anniversary yesterday.

113 Ellie March 3, 2009 at 1:12 pm

Best spring break- trip to florida to hit the beaches and do some charity work with a group in college.

114 Ellie March 3, 2009 at 1:13 pm

Best spring break- trip to florida to hit the beaches and do some charity work with a group in college.

I miss my husband’s beard, he has been shaving it off after reading the “How to shave like your grandpa” article. It’d be nice to see him with a beard again every once in a while.

115 Allen Frans March 3, 2009 at 1:16 pm

My best spring break trip was really quite simple. I and 3 buddies drove to austin, texas for the boys high school state tournament. 3 days of high school basketball with my best friends and whatever adventures we could find. we borrowed a friends RV and parked it on a side street and set up our home away from home, complete with satelitte TV, a grill, a fridge, a football (because you never go anywhere with out your football), and a scouting report of all things austin, the live music capital of the world. it was incredible the 1st time as a college student, and has been just as fun each year when we take the same pilgrimage back each year for the last 13 years. and next weekend will be year 14.

116 Jim March 3, 2009 at 1:26 pm

My best spring break memory was driving down to Savannah, Georgia and spending several days hanging out, eating, and getting into whatever trouble we could find. Good times!

117 Matt Cole March 3, 2009 at 1:26 pm

In my senior year of high school my two best friends and I planned a really cool road trip to Virginia beach, Virginia. The three of us packed up some camping gear and hit the road, driving from Grand Rapids, MI to Virginia. We had such a blast just on the road trip, and when we got there we set up a tent in the woods so we could save money and be away from other people. Everyday day we walked to the beach, (about a 5 minute walk) and went swimming and played games. We also cruised main street looking for fun. We had great seafood, did some shopping, and saw some cool tourist attractions. It was an awesome time.

118 Ian March 3, 2009 at 2:14 pm

Well, I can’t remember any particularly oustanding spring break trips to date, but I will be shortly going on a spring break trip to Greece! It will be the best ever! The only problem is everyone in Greece has beards like this guy:
http://www.moyak.com/researcher/resume/papers/odysseus.html
I am only a senior in Highschool, and have not yet reached full beard growing potential–I don’t want to be shamed on my trip. Please send me a Beardhead ASAP so I can blend in and sport wonderful facial plumage in Greece!

119 Patrick March 3, 2009 at 2:51 pm

I am actually going skiing for my spring break this year. I have only skied a few times so having this Bearhead would make me look good even if my skiing isnt. Have a good one .

120 Drew March 3, 2009 at 3:47 pm

Best Spring Break ever: camping in the middle of the woods, getting wasted, and laughing uncontrolably!

121 Joe March 3, 2009 at 3:50 pm

In 2006 I was studying abroad in India and for spring break went to Dharmasala with a Tibetan friend for Losar (New Year). We attended the New Years festivities at the Dalai Lama’s residence and went hiking in the Himalayas afterward. It was incredibly cold though, and a Beardhead would have been a welcome layer under all of the scarves I wrapped around my face.

122 Peter H. March 3, 2009 at 3:56 pm

My best spring vacation trip was last year. I flew back home from law school, celebrated Holy Week and Easter with my family, and then two days later went on a first date with a classmate of mine from college. What we started that 11-hour-long afternoon together has lasted us nearly a year and is still going strong. I’m going back home again this year… and seeing her, of course.

I’m growing a beard right now, just so I know I can do it. She’s not that fond of it. But we would both love one that was both warm and removeable!

123 Ryan L. March 3, 2009 at 4:27 pm

Having to juggle work and class. During most Spring Breaks I just take my vaction leave at work, and spend that time off with friends and loved ones.

124 N Roberts March 3, 2009 at 4:41 pm

Best Spring Break? Going camping with my best friend and his family down the Oregon shore. We were just teenagers then, and full of the awkwardness that only teenagers can truly generate. Still, we had a complete blast – biking about, goofing off, playing pool at the local dive, trolling the beach, and playing Monopoly and other games until the wee hours of the morning with his family.

Dang. Now I need a mancation.

125 Fred Cai March 3, 2009 at 4:52 pm

Technically this hasn’t been my best spring break, but I believe it will be. This year during spring break I will be heading out to Utah to pretend to be on Mars for two weeks. An extra week of spring break + wandering around “Mars” in spacesuits = certified awesomeness (though a beard inside of the space helmet would be even more awesome). One more week until blast off!

126 Valerio March 3, 2009 at 4:56 pm

Best spring break has been last year, trip to Munich (Germany) with the 2 best friends of mine…we had an incredible time visiting the city, tasting the food and the beer and understanding such a different culture.

127 Bryan March 3, 2009 at 5:21 pm

Best spring break that I can recall is visiting my hometown in Brazil. Technically speaking, it turned into fall break once I crossed the equator.

I want that bearhead.

128 Ang March 3, 2009 at 6:00 pm

BEST SPRING BREAK EVER… Cruisin’ around Oahu meeting crazy people while camping on the North Shore.

129 justin c. March 3, 2009 at 6:01 pm

This wouldn’t exactly be a “spring break” but last year I volunteered for a charity org in the Philippines for 6 months, and around springtime in America I went to a Muslim-governed area in the south considered “dangerous” and built a house in 5 days with a team for a poor Muslim family. Unforgettable.

130 Adam March 3, 2009 at 6:05 pm

My best spring break started by my buddy’s car not start when we tried to leave campus. We spent the break BBQ-ing in the parking lot. We just grilled, drank beer and got in to a little trouble. A good example that just hanging out with all your buddies a grill and a few beverages is really all ya need.

131 Scott March 3, 2009 at 6:18 pm

The best “Spring Break” I’ve ever had was a two-week trip around Britain two Mays ago. It was a bit of whirlwind trip from London up to Haltwhistle, over to Holy Island (Best. Mead. Ever.), up to Edinburgh, down to York and Cambridge, back to London, then home.

Probably could have used the Beardhead while hiking up Arthur’s Seat–it can get breezy up there!

132 Derek March 3, 2009 at 6:27 pm

I’ve never actually done anything spectacular for spring break.

I’m going dog sledding later this month, though, and a beardhead would be an awesome addition to my gear!

133 Hunter March 3, 2009 at 6:34 pm

I spent spring break mostly fantasizing about Theodore Roosevelt. But I also spent a lot of time wishing I had a beard to join Beard Team USA (beardteamusa.org). Now I realize that a Beardhead might be my way in!!!

134 Nick March 3, 2009 at 6:41 pm

A college student now, I’ve had many great spring breaks with a couple more to come. The best one though was senior year of high school with 10 guys in Chalet in Gatlinburg, TN. While it sounds a little, shall we say… gay. It was actually a blast. A lot of good times, and hilarious pranks on one another. They always say, IQ decreases when the amount of people increases. We definitely proved that to be true. Add in alcohol for the perfect amount of ridiculousness.

135 Hallock March 3, 2009 at 7:43 pm

Best spring break trip I ever had was my senior year of high school. The weather was absolutely beautiful for the season in Michigan, and we drove north of Ann Arbor to this camping ground. We sat around the fire and talked for hours until we finally went to sleep. We managed to fit three people into a single person sleeping bag.

136 Eriks B. March 3, 2009 at 7:50 pm

Last year, in France. We and 8 of my best friends went to Caen in Northern France. We bought 3 hotel rooms, for 20$ US a night! then with the rest of our money we bought as much alcohol that we could. My friend who rarely drank before that, decided that he will have a bast, he bought a large bottle of Napoleon Brandy and drank it all in one sitting! I asked him it he was ok? He stood up and said “I fell fine” And then he dropped to the floor and he was done! When we woke up the next day he was still in the floor! So we left him there. Until late at night that evening, when we came back, we say him watching TV.. I will never forget that trip.

137 Seth March 3, 2009 at 8:04 pm

I’m sad to say it, but I’ve never actually gone anywhere for Spring break. Ever since I was old enough, I would just help my dad in his hardware store. Not very exciting to say the least, but at did get paid.

138 Victor March 3, 2009 at 9:02 pm

Spring break ’07. No fancy vacations, but me and buds made the best of it. Took to the top of local Sign Hill (pretty darn steep) and rode down on skateboards suffering ruined clothes and wet jeans, but also bragging rights. We then scarfed an obscene amount of burgers and chugged many liters of soda. Good times…

139 CJ Apgar March 3, 2009 at 9:37 pm

the best spring break trip ive had was a week of camping out with a few of my scouting buddies. campfire 24-7 and some good old back to basic living.

140 Brian March 3, 2009 at 10:16 pm

Best springbreak I had was a roadtrip through the southwest. the highlight was tombstone AZ. seeing boothill was awesome. cool nights a beardhead would have been nice.

141 Timothy S March 3, 2009 at 11:39 pm

I went camping and volunteer work in Mississippi after the Katrenina disaster.
I had fun/ But we worked hard too.

142 Rob March 4, 2009 at 1:04 am

At the risk of sounding lame, one of my spring breaks in high school was spent driving to the south with my parents and sister. We visited some family friends, went sailing, and saw lots of great landmarks.

My favorite part was visiting New Orleans, which is actually a very charming city when not filled with partying lunatics. We saw people singing the blues, ate Cajun food, learned about voodoo, and enjoyed breakfast at the Café du Monde.

A far cry from the insanity of places like Cancún, but an excellent break nonetheless.

143 Carol March 4, 2009 at 2:51 am

I really want to win this. I think it would be cool to have my husband wear it, and I can pretend he’s George Clooney.

144 Devin March 4, 2009 at 6:27 am

Our best Spring Break was on a houseboat on Lake Powell in S. Utah. Cliff-jumping, fishing for stripers, water-skiing, night cliff-jumping and sitting around the campfire at night telling manly stories of adventure and mystery. Prekrasno.

145 Mark March 4, 2009 at 6:27 am

My best spring break was every spring break while I was in school without a job. I miss getting that week off. Now that I’m in the real world spring break wont effect me until my boy gets into school.

146 Adam March 4, 2009 at 6:57 am

Best spring break was Senior year of college. About 15 of us went down to Puerto Vallarta for once last hoorah. Great weather, great company, great times.

147 Shane March 4, 2009 at 7:20 am

The best spring break that I can remember was to Padre Island, TX with friend from high school and his older brother + friends. We stayed in an A-frame beach house on N. Padre the entire week. Calling people up to the house to party, playing in the surf, and a day trip to Matamoros, Mexico, where we could legally drink. We carried back the legal amount of beer and tequila per person that day, bought ponchos, the whole nine yards. It wasn’t until a few years later that I heard about the college kids being kidnapped and killed in Matamoros at the time.

148 Hollis Locke March 4, 2009 at 7:51 am

My buddy and I took an old minivan to Virginia Beach, it turned out to be a really cold week so we didn’t get any swimming in, but we met up with a bunch of friends. And to save a little cash, we just slept in the back of the van. I hope that I never do that again!

149 Kat C. March 4, 2009 at 9:00 am

This is soooo cool. i always go camping, and the nights can get chilly, and this could really help keep out the cold! =)

150 Chris March 4, 2009 at 9:05 am

Would love to have this for Whistler in time for Spring Break. Best Spring Break (not that we have them in the UK), was kayaking in the French Alps, some great white water and camping in the valley.
Come to think of it, a beardhead would have come in useful for those chilly mornings too.

151 Tyler March 4, 2009 at 12:14 pm

My best Spring break was a trip to Panama City Beach FL when I was 16 with some people I barely knew(There was one girl with us that I actually didn’t meet until after we got there because she was sleeping during the entire trip). Decided to go about an hour before I was on my way. We had no hotel reservations and hardly any money. The girl and I slept in the car and the others slept somewhere on the side of the road because they got themselves lost. We are woken up at 4:00 in the morning by a random guy that had decided to just hop in the car with us while we slept. I woke up to the girl hugging the steering wheel while she was being petted by the strange guy with the jamaican accent. I asked him to exit the vehicle and we relocated to sleep. We found the others walking down the road the next morning. They said they slept on a bench in some parking lot. It was an interesting trip that I will never forget.

152 Ron March 4, 2009 at 12:56 pm

Knock off or not, I’d still like to have one.

…this enters me, right?

153 London March 4, 2009 at 2:16 pm

Unfortunately I haven’t had any memorable spring breaks that I can think of, but if I had myself a beardhead, this spring break would be full of glorious bank robberies.

154 Becky March 4, 2009 at 3:03 pm

The BeardHead is really AMAZING! I need to see if my fiance will buy one so I can steal it — yes I am a girl ho would love wearing a beard! :D Anyhoo, I’d have to say my best spring break was going to Mexico with my best friend. We’re nerds, and we didn’t go to party, but to see the Tulum ruins. Fun story: While walking through the ruins, we were getting all sweaty, and I wore jeans and she wore shorts. I was getting a tad warm, and her shorts were creeping up on her, and generally being uncomfortable. We found an abandoned area in the ruins, an inner temple fileld with bathtubs (??) and stripped down and exchanged clothes right there! lol I bet our guide did a double take when we found him again. Thank you for offering this giveaway! eyeslikesugar [at] gmail [dot] com.

155 Patrick Tomas March 4, 2009 at 3:11 pm

My best spring break vacation was when I went to Hawaii with my High School band. This wasn’t that long ago though since I just started college. :)

156 Cameron A March 4, 2009 at 6:01 pm

My best spring break was a camping trip through the Blue Ridge Mountains. I, and a couple of my good friends, went out for the week just to rough it in the wilderness with absolutely no modern convenance other than the bare essentials, flash light, tents, etc. Best time I’ve ever had camping.

157 David ben-Avram March 4, 2009 at 8:31 pm

I just completed a move from Dallas, TX to Orange County, CA. I could have used this bear to keep me warm as I drove the U-Haul through some intensely cold weather without the bulk of a jacket. I’m sure the folks in that desolate New Mexico town where the local Walmart recommended I visit the neighboring K-Mart for a better, more affordable breakfast would have loved to see me stroll in wearing the full lumberjack-in-a-hat look we now loving refer to as The Beardhead!

158 Scott March 4, 2009 at 8:55 pm

The best spring break ever:
My roommates, and two other friends and I went to Arches National Park. We camped in local camp sites and spent three days hiking the trail. We hiked EVERYSINGLE trail (except for the one were we could see the arch from the road…it was only a .2 mile hike and the arch was fine from the road…) But we had lots of fun, came up with all sorts of archy jokes, and my roommate kissed a girl while looking at Delicate Arch, she fell madly in love with him, and now–almost three years later– they are getting married. Best trip ever.

159 B-Boy Alpha March 5, 2009 at 7:05 am

I live in FL now, but I travel to upstate NY every winter. This past winter we went skiing and I took my GF for the first time to ever see snow, and she broke her ankle on the slopes – heh. She never wants to go with me to see snow again

160 Chris March 5, 2009 at 11:54 am

Can’t say I’ve taken a very good spring break in awhile since we’ve had kids, but before then, I took a trip to Jamaica with a bunch of very good guy friends. Nice relaxing time even though I lost my contacts and had to wear my glasses the entire time…

161 Tim M. March 5, 2009 at 2:02 pm

me and a bunch of budies in florida
fishing
football on the beach
hangin out and playin the guitar
good and relaxing in the sun

162 Andrew Friebel March 5, 2009 at 7:49 pm

Missions Trip to Merida, Mexico, on the Yucatan Penisula. Haggle at the market and got a woven Mexican ham ac. Fresh Mexican spices and lots of mole. Lots of kids and pinatas. Exploring in an underground river/cave in the middle of the city and almost drowned my camera (I did absolutely kill it a couple of weeks later when a raft flipped as we whitewatered the Colorado in Utah). Habaneros. Tripe. Avoiding the water. Fresh fruit everyday in juices and shakes that absolutely cleaned out my system and left me on a Gatorade/banana/blueberry muffin diet for the week we returned just prior to said trip to Utah.

163 Matt H. March 5, 2009 at 9:33 pm

My college is at the beach. It was warm, and my college won a Basketball tournament, then I went home to the mountains and just visited all my friends in the cold.

I could have used a beard-head.

164 Guido March 6, 2009 at 5:46 am

Great hat, even if you have a beard!

Best Spring Break trip ever would be heading down to Florida at the ripe old age of 16. Made the trek with friends from high school – first time we were allowed a trip on our own. Yes, there was plenty of chaos, but it was our first taste of independence. No one was injured or jailed, and we had a blast. That freedom was the best feeling in the world! (And we all lost our virginity that year – best trip ever.)

165 Dave Williams March 6, 2009 at 7:49 am

The Best Spring Break I ever had was spent in the mountains of Utah. Since my birthday generally falls during spring break, I was able to make it a dual purpose trip enjoying a break from school and a celebration of another year alive. Alas, I was 17 and there was no beard in sight for me. Don’t get me wrong, there was shaving on this trip, but a beard was years in the future. We spent time hiking in the mountains, and relaxing the spa at night. With the chill in the air, some facial hair would have provided needed warmth. A Beard-Head would have been perfect. Imagine, the ease of being able to have the warmth at night and still get a tan during the hikes! Genius! Now I fondly look back to the time I could have a beard, as my wife is anti-facial hair, something about kissing sandpaper.

Please consider me a Beard-Head fan, consider me as someone who would love be sporting the manly facial hair, but chooses to keep harmony in the home. Consider me a winner so that when camping, I can be the bearded man I know I can be.

166 RAMiller March 6, 2009 at 11:12 am

Camping on a small river in the MO Ozarks. Just relaxing with a few friends. No stress, no worries, no mad rush from party to party. That was living!

167 Andrew Pratt March 6, 2009 at 3:10 pm

Hmmm. Spring Break trips. Last year, actually about May 5, three friends and I took a trip to the British Colombian mountains. It was beautiful, and we were there for the one un-rainy week of the season. It was the best time I’ve had with friends. We camped under the cedars, the stars, and the shadow of many a Bigfoot statue. We eventually made it to Bainbridge Island near Seattle and we stayed in my friend’s grandparent’s cabin. It was so green, so campfirey, so nice. Best week ever!

168 Andrew M March 6, 2009 at 3:36 pm

Driving from Raleigh to Myrtle Beach 3 hours away

my friends 92 Chevy Blazer breaks down just across the South Carolina line

we decide to head to TopSail Island NC instead

arriving at 3am at our friends beach house

starving

we ate Ice Cream and Bacon!

169 reva skie March 6, 2009 at 6:22 pm

I was po’, I never got a spring break trip. Guess I’ll go eat some worms now.

170 Chris March 7, 2009 at 9:03 pm

I went on a cruise with my fiancee to the Bahamas, that was pretty sweet.

171 Pat March 11, 2009 at 1:40 pm

Best Spring Break was a road trip with my best college friends in search of the great white ghost. We set out from Seattle with a rented RV and headed to Whistler/Blackcomb for some fun. After a long delay at the border, for some reason a bunch of hippies from Oregon is a problem for the Mounted Patrol, we arrived at the parking lot in time for some drinks and a good night out. To our surprise there were plenty of other parking lot campers but none so organized as to have rented an RV. We partied the night away and brought the party back to the RV. Many of our camping brethren were so grateful as to have a warm place to hang out that we spent the rest of our evenings there drinking for free among other things. The skiing was fantastic but we were longing for something new.

We set out three days later for Missoula, Montana….once again after a slight delay at the border. Eight guys in an RV skiing for a few days is not the best smell in the world so upon our arrival, we showered at a good friends house. Once clean and feeling better we headed out to test the local flavor. After a quick stop at the video keno machine to get some cash for the night, we were off and running and the drink was flowing. I was the first to fall victim to the angry belly. For some reason, my friend ordered half yards to pound in the bar. After emptying my drink a little too quickly, I let loose…in the middle of the bar. I tried to stop it with my hand and ended up giving it the sprinkler effect, dousing my friends (serves em right). Immediately I was bounced and my friends decided I could wait while they enjoyed themselves longer (serves me right). After some time clearing my stomach in the alley my friends forgave me and we continued on with our night. By the time we got back to the house everybody was doing the same! We got up feeling happy that we had released because we were ready to ski! After three more days skiing, two injuries, one set of stitches we were sadly heading back to Seattle.

But we still had one more night staying at my brother’s in Seattle before heading back to school. So the debauchery continued…..

Upon our return to Eugene, we all slept through our first two days of class and didn’t return our parents calls. We could barely look at each other from the shame of it all. It was the best spring break ever.

172 Shad March 13, 2009 at 11:22 am

I met my wife while I was wearing my blond Beardhead. She was wearing a matching sweater and we fell in love instantly.

173 ouredman March 19, 2009 at 3:27 pm

I had planned on going skiing with my buddy Liam Neeson and family, but he’s now called at the last minute and cencelled. I’m left high and dry. Some people are so inconsiderate!

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