Woody Diva Is Trying to Get Us Drunk Again!
Well, as you all sit out there lamenting the skyrocketing prices of gas, more cold weather, the worst day of the year so far on the Dow, and god forbid a Woody Resto “project”….Fret Thee NOT!
I say it’s time to RAMP IT UP! As Alfred E. Neuman said, “what me worry”? As for those New Years Resolutions, pe-shaw, buh-bye, let’s get back to what’s really important, and that’s the “Big Picture”. What are we wearing? What are we drinking? It is very important we do both, keep clothed and hydrated after all if we don’t, we may not be around to enjoy our Woodies and all the fun that goes along with them.
So, whilst the world was focused on the Red Carpets the last few weeks, and all I heard was “What are you wearing”, I thought to myself as the Diva of all things Woody World ( like Wally World only wayyyyy better ) … what will my fellow WB’rs be wearing at Sunnyland and Lake Dora…what color will that AstroTurf be? Timex or Rolex or Gas-ex?
Sperry’s or Croc’s?
The series, to follow over the next few months, will address those ever pressing and important questions. After all we didn’t fall off the fiscal cliff and we will most likely survive the “sequester”? and or the next Meteor, and we will find the Pope in the Pizza.
Let’s walk the gangplank as if it was a Paris catwalk, profiling our new WB T shirts and raise a Hot Toddy to another great year of Woody Boating, let’s stand shoulder-to-shoulder, stem to stern!
To the Brotherhood and Sistah-hood of all things Woody Boatah!
In the dying words of Commander James Lawrence to the crew of the USS Chesapeake,
……….”Don’t give up the ship…”*
*Rumor has it that Fireball Whisky was forged sometime in the mid-80s during the coldest winter Canada had ever seen when a mixologist turned mad scientist accidentally created a permanent solution to frostbite. The concoction slowly and quietly made its way around North America for a few years as a secret handshake between veteran bartenders. Fireball took an important turn when several bottles were smuggled to the lower 48 from Canada. Word got out and now we’re just trying to make it fast enough to keep the fire burning. * Fireball whiskey.
Wow now you are quoting my relative. I wonder if he enjoyed a cocktail from time to time?
That’s my every morning waky waky drink! I do use Red Zinger tea instead of whisky, a minor substitution. Will these be served in the Woody Boater tent or headquarters in Taveras? One complimentary with each t-shirt? We are ramping up! WOOHOO!
I think the Sista-Hood shirt needs a more feminine skull or other center logo. Otherwise, there is demand for a female cut T in my household, not that I really know what that means.
As for the beverage, isn’t that an Auburn thing?
Oops it’s and Ole Miss thing.
Will there be a guy named Serge making these drinks at Dora in the WoodyBoater’s tent? Can I have mine with a twist?
I’ll have a half double decaffeinated half-caf, with a twist of lemon.
Add a pony tail or something to the skull. As for the Red Hot Toddy try substituting Cinnamon Whiskey from Davey Crockett’s Coonskin Whiskey. Had some from the distillery in Gatlinberg TN, Gimmicky but tasty.
Today’s header, Is Suzy at WOT and Miss America at clutch speed?
I like the more feminine cut of the shirt and that it says sista-hood. But color wise that Chinese red rules over pink! Disregard what M Fine said about the skull design. It’s perfect.
I am glad you recognize what I said about the skull is perfect, but I don’t understand why you think it should be disregarded. Hmmmm.
Higher cheekbones on the Sista one. It’s too androgynous.
(Hey, there’s a word I haven’t used since the 80’s!)
If you’re having a “wet” bar at Tavares maybe we can have our own Woodyboater version of a pole dancer at the tent in nautical attire, of course.
Floyd. Where can I get a copy of your pole girl?
“Hoover” your mouse over the picture, right click on it and select “save image as” and save it in your “picture” folder as a .jpg or .gif file, unless the was a rhetorical question.
whoops, I mean “hover” as in cover, not hoover as in J. Edgar, he was a “pole” dancer from another era, apparently.
Now that is funny!
Thanks, Floyd! I love my phone’s new wallpaper!
I took a tour (or two) while travelling Tennessee…
I sure couldn’t sip the stuff straight up, but the lemonaid will knock your WB T-shirt off! Probably a great chaser to a burnin’ Hot toddy.
Hell, down there this is what the kids sell roadside from their stands! 🙂
Rick – I’ll be there on Tuesday or Wednesday next week. Are they open year-round and what signs do I watch for on the side of the road?
Sorry Texx they will be closed this time of year. Once the temperature drops below 80 they think it’s winter and either hibernate or open stores in Pigeon Forge to collect money from Yankees who think 50 is still summer.