Friday, October 4, 2002
Overnight the International Cavorting Day juggernaut exploded by another 13 people.
You can imagine what this is doing to my disposable adult undergarment bill.
While some might think there's a correlation between this explosion and the fact that some people overindulge in beverages of an alcoholic persuasion under the cover of darkness, I myself prefer to think of it as The Carefully Reasoned Support of Entirely Sober Individuals.
Herewith those Entirely Sober Individuals:
I am thinking that a permanent International Cavorting Day Hall of Fame is in order so that one day, when historians look back at the roots of the movement, they will be able to find the tens upon tens of people involved--Founding Mothers and Fathers and Uncles and Aunts and Third Cousins By The Father's Fourth Marriage.
Dave Does The Blog and he also made this SNAZZY button for those of a linking persuasion. .
If you have posted a banner or button at your page or mentioned your support of International Cavorting Day, please send me an e-mail and I will add your name to the International Cavorting Day Hall of Fame.
Any resemblance between The International Cavorting Day Hall of Fame and the wall above the urinals at the Bonaventure Train Station in Montreal is purely co-incidental.
There will be further bulletins as events progress.
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