Pig roastin’ and crawfish boilin’ in Poconos – check!

25 Jun

I woke up sore this morning…from cornhole and drinking games!

Just your (un)usual, not-so-city-slicker activities this weekend: mimosas and sunbathing in the backyard; barbecued burgers and vodka slushies; wiffle ball and cornhole ; crawfish boiled with sausage, potatoes, corn, and brussel sprouts; the headlining 75 lb pig roast (swine and bourbon, ballin’); an acoustic performance around the fire pit; girls vs boys flip cups, beer pong, and a kicked keg in the garage; drunken “game” of basketball in the driveway; a dozen 30-year-olds passed out on every available bed, couch, and air mattress in the joint; and finally, way too many quotable statements to count…although I’m sure we’ll be using them for years to come.

“That shit cray. We did it, YOU GUYS!”


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3 Responses to “Pig roastin’ and crawfish boilin’ in Poconos – check!”

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