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Today was a good day..

I'm flying home today from Phoenix, AZ.

First good thing: I was moved from my favorite seat in coach to a window seat in first class.

Second thing: The guy sitting next to me did not want to talk and left me alone on the flight.

Third thing: The flight was smooth and on time.

Fourth thing: I'm walking out of the gate area at the airport when a TSA guy calls me over and ask me if I wanted an item, because if not he was going to throw it away. And you know it would be darn shame to throw out a nice bottle of......

Yes, that is correct, a nice 750ml bottle of Sauza Tres Generaciones 100% Puro De Agave Tequila. I'm now very...very ........tanked.

Thank you TSA.

I'm a 40% by volume Woodchuck.


Unknown said…
hope you had a good flight :)
Me said…
What the HECK!??? How did you randomly get chosen to be the recipient of tequila!? OMG. The luck.

Make me a frozen margarita please?
Woodchuck said…
I must look like a person.....who still thinks the Animal House is a way of life, not just a movie.
Kelsgarden said…
hee, hee are you saying TSA was profiling? LOL!
WickedHamster said…
Hey Kel, got a good recipe for pickled woodchuck? Note that there is a common theme running through the postings of all the furry forest creatures of late. Must be the winter chill. Either that, or WC got jealous of Sq's recent promotion.
Kelsgarden said…
ah yes, Rachel Ray and Kel-Ay . . . working on that roadkill cookbook now - promises of a spot on the food network fer sure!
Rogue Squirrel said…
I hope you are bringing that bottle of liquid love with you this week. I mean, what if you got stuck in the snow somewhere?

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