All is safe and sound (or how I stopped worrying and learned to like “tiger bait”)

Since a few of you have been worried about the potential outcomes of (The Wife+bourbon)*100000 drunk LSU fans, I feel obligated to report that the Baton Rouge experience wasn’t terrible.  While it only took about 2 minutes after we got off the plane for someone to yell ‘tiger bait,’ we only had one granny yell “F-you” at us and people were actually nice, keeping us up to date on scores as we walked to the stadium, offering us ice, generally being good fans.  I have to admit, after hearing “tiger bait” about a jillion times, it just didn’t seem that intimidating.  There was one guy from Grand Isle that was either extraordinarily nice or was cussing my family for all he was worth.  I just couldn’t tell.

The only really funny thing that happened was The Wife trying to reason with LSU fans why “tiger bait” wasn’t exactly the most logical thing to chant.  There is nothing funnier than a drunk LSU sorority girl with a look on her face like she was trying to divide 187 by 49 as she was trying to actually understand what The Wife was talking about.

I’ve seen alot worse in Jacksonville and Knoxville.  That isn’t a dare, I just assume it was an off week.

Last one for the road:


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