Boobs And Booze. My Guerrilla Sticker Campaign Goes Wild.

Don’t be jealous. My sticker just went to Napa Valley, California.

I'm pretty sure having a sticker with cooler social life than me isn't really what I thought this campaign would be about.

And got drunk with Nichole from In These Small Moments. (And Lori from In Pursuit of Martha Points. But until my sticker shows up with one hundred points written next to it, I will continue to leave her in the parentheses.)

And as most drunk nights go, my sticker ended up in up on Taming Insanity’s boob. In a completely different outfit. Also in another state. (not to imply that all drunks end up on KLZ’s boob. just this particular drunk sticker-pin. as far as I know she isn’t cheating on him with anyone else who’s sticky.)

I've never received a boob picture before. Thanks guerilla sticker campaign for livening up my inbox.

The last time this happened, it wasn’t a sticker but a friend who thought he was a sticker. At least until he came down off the acid three days later in Massachusetts.

A long walk from Southwestern Connecticut. Especially for a sticker.

The moral of this guerrilla sticker campaign episode:
Blogging is dangerous.
Or you shouldn’t do acid.
Or you shouldn’t be my friend.

Probably all three.

If you want in, email me! All previous guerrilla moves are found at I Vandalize.

Oh and I’ve heard through the Twitter that some butts might be on the way.

I apologize in advance. Also, don’t I have the greatest friends?

Alex Iwashyna

Alex Iwashyna went from a B.A. in philosophy to an M.D. to a SAHM, poet and writer by 30. She spends most of her writing time on, a humor blog (except when it's serious) about her husband fighting zombies, awkward attempts at friendship, and dancing like everyone is watching. She also has a soft spot for culture, politics, and rude Southern people who offend her Yankee sensibilities. She parents 2 elementary-aged children, 1 foster baby, 3 cats, and 1 puppy, who are all Southern but not rude. Yet.

13 thoughts to “Boobs And Booze. My Guerrilla Sticker Campaign Goes Wild.”

  1. I refuse to be blackmailed out of a set of parentheses.

    Plus the scale only goes up to 50.

    So nyah!

    And my zebra-striped sequined purse is having a far more fun life than I am. I do all the work, she goes to all the fun parties.

    How selfless are we?

    PS – That glass of chardonnay I had that you can see a fraction of in the background? DE-vine!

    1. Oh dear. I just didn’t want you to feel left out. And since you don’t have your own sticker, but you had drinks with Nichole’s sticker, I was in a tough spot.
      So I asked: What would Martha do?
      And after her stint in jail, I knew that blackmail was the way to go.

      Also, maybe our purse and sticker need to hang out. Although they could get themselves in a LOT of trouble. Bizarre, tacky trouble. And we’d still be home. Maybe tweeting.

      PS. The whole points system to fifty? Is that in your explanation? Because then I also can’t read. Twice.

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