Just In Case

Only two more sleeps until the big Classic Challenge (original story here), and I’m ready. I’ve made my cardboard shin pads, I’ve bought my protective cup, I have two gloves that almost match, and I’ve got directions to the arena.

However, even though I have an incredibly sculpted and finely-tuned body that I’ve noticed causes women to let out what are probably mating shrieks and then run away quickly because they’re worried about not being able to control themselves, I’m just ever-so-slightly out of shape when it comes to on-ice action.

So if I don’t pull through after this big hockey game that’s capped off with a day off with pay to the winners, please arrange to have my empty Pit Lepine Froz-Ex Gas Tank Ice Dissolver go to one of the legions of Pit Lepine fans out there. Thanks.

5 thoughts on “Just In Case”

  1. How did I miss the FACC post? How many kids are involved? (Besides you!) sounds like fun. Maybe some Habs will watch the game. Lord know they have time.

    I think I remember Froz-ex….is that possible??

  2. Marjo, yes, I showed it a few years ago. And you missed the FACC story the first time around? That’s unacceptable.

  3. However, even though I have an incredibly sculpted and finely-tuned body that I’ve noticed causes women to let out what are probably mating shrieks and then run away quickly because they’re worried about not being able to control themselves, I’m just ever-so-slightly out of shape when it comes to on-ice action.”

    __hahahha yr as hilariously funny and flirty as yrs truely. I wasn’t in on this nor the previous post till tonight, but it sounds fun..!

    One last thing ijust read about the maclean comment which I think is a good way to put the whole thing in the past…
    it’s from Brian Wilde’s Call of the Wilde at ctv

    ‘Here’s another reason why I am honoured and proud of this city and this province. Ron MacLean said a very dumb thing on CBC. He said that French refs should not be allowed to do Habs games. (eds note: later in the broadcast, MacLean apologized for his comment). If this is true, then English ones can’t do games anywhere. And why isn’t the West Island’s Dave Jackson included? Why is it just French refs? This is bigoted thinking but rather than hammer him relentlessly here, instead I want to speak of the togetherness after we had as Quebecers supporting each other. My Twitter exploded with support from English Montrealers and from points beyond who stood vocal and strong beside their French brethren. That is the spirit of this province. We are united and proud of this bilingual city. We weren’t happy with that comment but instead of cat fighting about it, we looked to our left and to our right and said “Bonjour. Hi. That was a stupid comment. It isn’t how I feel”. The reply that came back? “Nous sommes d’accord, mon ami. Nous sommes d’accord.”

    Read more: http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/call-of-the-wilde-toast-your-heroes-habs-fans-1.1788334#ixzz2zs5NsOFa

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