Wednesday, January 04, 2006

The Little Rose Bowl Float that Did

The Little Rose Bowl Float that Did

Actually, what WAS awesome was yesterday's Rose Bowl Parade.

Sharp-eyed specators saw the late entry and insertion of the fabled Forest Prince Float, brought to you by D&L Industries.

The 100m float featured a lazily recumbent 50ft high Ye Auld Forest Prince himself, winking at the spectators while nymphs and Trail Betties danced about his startlingly realistic Jade Stalk, as they took turns giving him what was described in the press release as a "hands behind the head knobber"

The float rocked to the thumping and wheezing of the High Country Rump-Wrangler Latex Marching Band from Tom Of Finland, Wyoming as they played "Hot for Teacher" "Take A Walk on the WIld Side" and "La Grange".

Regis Philbin and Ryan Seacrest were stunned speechless by this float, while Stephanie Edwards was observed mopping her brow and loosening her collar even though she was outside under an umbrella in the pouring rain.

The float was also accompanied by a number of what appeared to be the famed Sturtevant Canyon Brown Bear Drill Team; wearing green hooded sweatshirts who danced a "vigourous and exotic" dance with scanitly clad Texas drum majorettes, all of whom had to be removed bodily from the accompanying stretch coach that trailed the float.

Yours in Christian Humility
Mr Trail Safety
Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2006 15:58:16 -0800