hilarious! Now I want to be a officer in new zealand. DF* (via the awesomer)
This means more to me this year than ever before. DF*
When: November 10, 9-10 p.m.
Where: EXDO Event Center, 1399 35th St., Denver
Cost: Free, get tickets here
The Lowdown: Make sure you are mustachioed, real or not, for Mustache Ride 3 Movember Roll. Roll Denver is teaming up with Movember Foundation to raise funds for mens health issues. So lace up your roller skates and roll the night away to music from DJ SOUP. There will be $3 drink specials for you to enjoy and if you don’t want to skate, you can dance to the music. The event has no cover, however, donations are heavily suggested instead.
DF* (via 303 Magazine)
Denver's Premier Underground Art Show featuring:
- Over 75 EMERGING Artists
- FREE Pancakes
- Body Painting
- Live DJs
- 21+ ONLY
- $10 Tickets
(CNN)-There are those who don't detest LeBron James. And then there's Kalen Gilleese.
The Salt Lake City man took his disdain for King James to the next level -- by tattooing LeBron's crying face on his leg.
Gilleese has always been a big fan of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, and says he decided to get the ink after constantly hearing James being compared to Jordan.
"He's always flopping, crying, looking for fouls. I've never had a lot of respect for him," Gilleese told CNN.
Enter Preston Schooley, Gilleese's friend and roommate who happens to be a fantastic tattoo artist.
"I laughed when he brought the idea to me. I didn't really believe he'd go through with it," Schooley said.
The tattoo took three hours to complete, but Gilleese says it'll bring him a lifetime of joy.
"Every time I look at it I laugh, and I like to show it and make people smile," he said.
He said he's got big plans to make the LeBron tattoo part of a sports legend leg sleeve that will eventually feature Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky and, of course, Michael Jordan.
"LeBron is definitely a legend, but he's the biggest crybaby legend of all time."
Well guess who's back for a limited time? Yep, your favorite clear beer, or well drink or whatever it is. Look for it this summer at your favorite Liq! DF*
There are a number of reasons on why i am getting one of these for myself. But just read below on all the reasons why you need to get one.
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