Thursday, July 30, 2009

Moose Knuckles & Ice Cream

So it's no surprise that I'm a HUGE NKOTB fan and that I've seen them 4 times since last October. It's also no surprise that I love taking pictures, and what better things to take pictures of then those 5 Bad Brothers from the Beantown Land?

The last concert I went to was at the end of June. I took a whole load of photos, but never did get around to uploading them or viewing them all on the computer. Sure, I reviewed them on the camera itself, but we're taking a 2x2 screen here....

Imagine my suprise when I come across the money shot. So I did what any other blogger/Twitter whore would do .... I twitpic'd it.

And my fellow Blockheads took to that photo like flies to a fresh pile of ... yeah, they REALLY liked it. It was RT'd (retweeted for those of you born yesterday not familiar with Twitter) countless times and the views continued to increase.

Imagine my surprise when I was reviewing my @replies and came across one from JON OF NKOTB!!! While my heart nearly exploded right out of my chest, I attempted to read the HUNDREDS of @replies that were coming in at an alarming rate.

The views on that photo skyrocketed and it's still cruising through cyberspace. It's currently on it's way to almost 20,000 views.

What was this photo you ask? I will simply say MOOSE KNUCKLE.

Fast forward to this week, while I'm driving home from work, having a phone conversation with my BFF. She explains that she was getting caught up on Twitter and had no clue what the heck I was talking about in regards to the Moose Knuckle. She said she thought maybe it was a new flavor ice cream.

And while I'm laughing at her, I tell her, "Yeah, you can find it right next to the Padussy flavor...."


Melissa said...

OMG, I had totally forgotten about that part of the conversation. I think my readers might have stroked out if I had gone!!

Sassy said...

I know moose's a cousin of the vertical bacon sandwich no?

mackey said...

I thought only Canadians called it Moose Nuckle?! lol
I thought Americans called it camel toe.=)