Holy Krishna I never thought I’d make it home from the party I went to last night. It was thrown by a relatively new Texas political group that I recently discovered: the Underground Liberal Caucus or ULC.
They are a wild bunch of people.
The highlight of the evening was when Shakira expounded on her experiences as a beauty pageant contestant. The pageant rules specifically state that there shall be no artificial enhancements to breasts or butts, but invariably, according to Shakira, the top ten finishers have both. But no one seems to care.
Then she yanked down the top of her blouse, exposing a grand bounty of feminine mammary tissue, and declared “But there’s nothing fake here. These suckers are 100% natural!”
I would have taken her word for it, but I appreciated the extra effort.
It all went downhill from there, and I think I got home with all of the clothing that I came with. But I am still trying to figure out where the fishnet stockings came from.
The ULC, as it turns out, is a progressive liberal Political Action Committee that plans on attending next week’s meeting of the SDEC. They passed the hat around because they wanted to buy a book for each and every member of the SDEC. A book entitled “Peace, Love, and Bar Be Cue”. I threw in 5 bucks because I thought that the party was mainly going to be about playing some winner-take-all “Texas Hold ‘Em” poker, and that’s what I brought to lose anyway.
I wonder what else I lost last night?
Or gained, for that matter.