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Grown Men, Here

During the activity below, these simmer in the gumbo pot...unreal

During the activity below, these simmer in the gumbo pot...unreal


The hunting seasons are raging down here in the bayous and the wives always get a tad suspicious of our after-hours activities on week-end hunts.

Here's Youtube proof that it's much more innocent (AND IDIOTIC!!!) than they could ever imagine! (I'm on the right with the Keith Richards T-shirt)

The LSU and Saint's wins (that we watched on wide-screen while " 'roughin-it at the 'huntin camp") greatly contributed to the merriment.

Unreal

3 comments to Grown Men, Here

  • What no Conga line! LMAO!

  • Orgullosa de ser Cubana

    Humberto I haven't seen dancing like that since....actually I've never seen dancing like that. Y'all obviously had a great hunt that day. Good for you. How about some Celia Cruz for your next video?

  • That WAS a Conga Line, Ziva! But these are Loooooziana boys..takes a little practice!!..Give 'em time!

    Orgullosa,
    these boys would not understand Celia's lyrics-- but I ga-ron-tee--they'd boogie to her beat!!!!!!

    Every one of these guys stood in my wedding 31 years ago this Dec. 16th!!!

    And I stood in all of theirs, during the following decade.. That's the beauty of life down here...friendships are permanent...like they used to be in the old country....heck, my dad, at 83 (whenever he visits Miami) still chums around with his groomsmen!!!

    Unreal