Thursday, August 2, 2012

Roughin' It

Ahoy mateys. Happy Thursday. This weekend Bryan and I are heading to the mountains on a camping excursion with a couple other friends. And it's been a while since either of us has braved the bear-ridden beauty of the great outdoors. We're not really sure what to expect. But since we've been drinking (as all good ideas begin), here's how we imagine the trip might go...

(Also, once again, if you haven't had a chance yet check out the Kickstarter campaign for our new novel here. There's only a week left and we could use a little love to reach our goal.)

























Hope you all have a good weekend. Try not to be devoured by any hermit cannibals, if you can help it. We're gonna try our damnedest.

Cheers and stay classy folks,

-B&B

Music: The Gaslight Anthem (Their new album fucking rocks. Which is really saying something, since rock is long dead.)

Beer: Fat Tire


37 comments:

  1. It was inevitable! I wonder how that guy cooked you guys.... low and slow over the fire for that perfect smoky flavor or hot and fast for that perfect char?

    Enjoy your camping trip...keep an eye out for Pedro!

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  2. Where can I get me one of them hurkin' raccoon hats?

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  3. Vote for Pedro and all your wildest dreams will come true. If your dreams happen to include being eaten alive by a cannibalistic recluse.

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  4. You guys have fun, but keep your eyes out for Pedro's other relatives- Redneck Jones and Mr. & Mrs. Wehavetomanykids. They won't eat you, but if they camp too close,(like within 50 miles), you'll never have quiet.

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  5. I'm sure you won't get eaten by a stray cannibal. A bear or wolf man however may be a different matter. Also, you two aren't sharing a tent? I don't buy it.

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  6. During the summer seasons, Pedro must thrive. Look at the pot-belly on that guy!

    Completely unrelated question: Say Pedro decides to get his man-boobs surgically removed, do cannibals eat their own leftovers?

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  7. LOL hmm maybe you are better off forgoing the camping trip hahaha if you hear banjos run!

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  8. I pledged my tenner last week and I hope everyone follows suit by supporting you boys. I know we all want to see you succeed and of course to read your new novel.

    You've been busy drawing as well I see. Pedro will make a great addition to your pantheon of characters. Just don't let him get near the goat.

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  9. Homophages!

    Why do you insist on using a slur like "cannibals"!

    Good luck with your camping. I hope the rural homophages don't hear what you've been calling them.

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  10. This is why I stick to swamp people.

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  11. Yet another reason to add to my list of "Reasons Why Candice Doesn't Go Camping if She Can Help it."

    No indoor plumbing.
    Bugs.
    Bears.
    And now...Cannibalistic Hermits.

    Thanks.

    PS: Have fun you guys. Just try not to be Monday's big news story: "Two Drunken Writers Go Missing in the Woods. Old Pedro Must be at it Again!"

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  12. I wonder if you guys taste like chicken?

    I hope you guys make it to your target number at Kickstarter...I want to see this happen for you two.

    Have fun camping!!

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  13. Ah camping... where it's completely acceptable to have a nap after lunch to sober up. Enjoy it, boys!

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  14. I lived in South Park for 6 years, and that is an exact representation of everyone who lives there.

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  15. Have fun tripping on 'shrooms and smoke peyote or whatever it is you guys do that keeps you coming up with brilliant comics!

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  16. That White Girl couldn't have explained camping any better. Why do you think I camp so much?! Have fun and be safe!

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  17. I added that album to spotify, so we'll see about your claims. Different stokes for different folks I suppose.

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  18. I never stayed out overnight in the woods. Bears don't like me

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  19. "El chit chat."
    I didn't know you Boys wuz fluent in Spanish. It all comes from reading the bottle labels of Mexican beer I suppose.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  20. I typically don't bring meat when going camping. I prefer to go hunting for it, at the closest supermarket to the campsite after we have arrived.

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  21. Ahh why didn't your blog come up on my reader this morning?? Have a good trip!

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  22. Make sure you stick to separate tents. Otherwise it is "el gay."

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  23. Gross but funny (as always). Have a great fun weekend. Don't do anything my sons wouldn't do...like take "shrooms" cuz they're "natural". Yeah, the 25 year old told me that once.

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  24. ROCK IS NOT DEAD! It's just covered over the shit music.
    Well, enjoy running from those cannibals, and enlist some bears' help for it, I guess.

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  25. Enjoy your camping =D
    Beware of cannibals, serial killers, and forest fires!

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  26. Eeew! This is why I don't go camping.

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  27. Did you go up by Nederland? Because I'm pretty sure I've met this guy!

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  28. Tie your food up high in a tree...guys like Pedro can climb the hell out of fences, but trees completely baffle them!

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  29. Thanks for reminding me of all the reasons why I hate camping.

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  30. Alfie Packer's third cousin, five times removed maybe?

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  31. Hope you enjoy your camping trip, you tasty men you. I can't imagine actually camping. Heading to the mountains, sure. Sleeping outside, ok. Not having a working kitchen, bathroom, and pool nearby...not interested. Sure I CAN do it, but why would I?

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  32. Last time I went camping, we saw a bear.

    No Pedro. But definitely more scared of him than the bear.

    Have fun and be safe!

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  33. And, thus, my attitude toward camping. You should get a cabin, next time.
    However, squirrel is some good eatin'!

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  34. I hope you guys got far enough from "it all", but not so far from cell phone reception.

    Don't run in to any bears or cannibals; but if you actually run in to Pedro you may be able to collect on a reward and fully fund your next novel. 8-)

    Good luck!

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  35. Wow! Sasquatch man was surprisingly oblivious to your sarcasm and hostility. Or maybe it's not surprising?

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