The Dang Yankee learns something of the nature of women while celebrating Mardi Gras
On Mardi Gras court once again, The Dang Yankee wasn’t prepared for what laid in store.
It’s Mardi Gras again, and time for The Dang Yankee’s favorite song!
When it comes to Mardi Gras balls, I’m sure glad to be a guy. Here’s why.
Mardi Gras was special for me this year, as it featured my acting debut here in Southwest Louisiana. It was in a big production, too—the presentation for the Krewe de la Famille ball. If you didn’t catch it, I’m sure it’s out there on YouTube somewhere. Just do a search using the keywords “dancing clowns,” or better still, “spasmodic musk oxen.”
Read all about it in “Lights! Camera! Gangnam Style!”, the Dang Yankee’s latest installment in The Jambalaya News.
Last night, our wenches went and did it again! This time, it was at the Krewe des Pirates ball at the VFW hall here in Lake Charles, LA.
See the movie: Wenches of the Bayou: Kung Fu Fighting.
In the current issue of The Jambalaya News, The Dang Yankee reports on a Pub Crawl in which he had the pleasure of participating. And before you jump to conclusions about his intentions, please understand that it was for a high cause, namely, the preservation of Mardi Gras costumes.
Read about it in Crawling For The Cause on TJN’s website.
How do a couple of Yankees know that they’ve finally become a part of Louisiana society? Check it out.