Thursday, May 22, 2008

Best. Baseball. Give-Away. EVER


During the Sunday, May 25 Saints game, the first 2,500 fans in attendance will receive a bobblefoot. The design is a bathroom stall, with a foot that peaks out of the bottom and "taps" up and down. The day coincides with National Tap Dance Day.


OMGLOL. I never thought I'd desperately crave a sports souvenir, but if there are any Pony Pals™ who are baseball fans in Minnesota (it's a long-shot, I know), I will pay you handsomely to score one of these for me. And then I'll have it bronzed. This is thrillingly real!

11 comments:

FranIAm said...

I know Minnesotans - I am on it.

Holy crap, bobble feet.

Larry Craig, paging Larry Craig! That is some tap dancing to beat the band, in a manner of speaking.

Whiskeymarie said...

Crappety, crap, crap. I won't be in town Sunday.
Crap.
Plus, tickets to Saints games are impossible to get. Like, keeping Amy Winehouse sober impossible.

I would totally give it to you if I could get one, though.

FranIAm said...

See PSP - I tried. If Whiskey Marie can't do it for you, nobody can.

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Thank goodness for eBay. I hope I don't have to pay too much. Seriously, that is the best souvenir ever.

tappy said...

the details from the star tribune

http://www.startribune.com/politics/state/19160729.html

dguzman said...

National Tap Dance Day?

I ask you: Who is responsible for this "holiday?" Bathroom-stall toe-tappers, find the answer and you'll find your patron governmental representative!

Karen Zipdrive said...

eBay should have a mess of them the day after the game.
If they are too expensive for your budget, set up a PayPal account and we PSP devotees can help you realize your dream.
No, really.

Madduane said...

re: the fundraising -- I'd donate!

Christopher said...

This reminds me of one of the nuggets of wisdom from my Iowa grandmother -- "If you're going to dance, you have to pay the fiddler."

FranIAm said...

Oh - Karenzipdrive is the best.

I would so contribute to the bobble-foot fund!

karenzipdrive said...

Judging by PSP's sitemeter, if everyone who visited his site in just one day chipped in five bucks, he could afford to pay $52,500 to some lucky eBay seller.