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12.27.2011

ever wonder what we texans do two days before christmas?

well, a holiday beer exchange followed by flip cup and beer pong, of course.

what's in the bag

st. arnolds

make a trade?

little lights in garage

flip cup

victory

all to be capped off by a late-night-run to taco cabana (we like our mexican food).

19 comments:

Ana Magdalena said...
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Ashley said...

At least you drink classy beer while doing so! And flip cup is a fun game and everyone can play! Haha! Looks like you all had a great time!

Ashley said...
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Antoinette said...

Looks like soo much fun!!

Abby said...

Not your usual Christmas tradition, but it looks like a lot of fun!

Carrie Rosalind said...

Looks like it was a blast! Glad you had fun! :)

The Magnificent Lou said...

This fills me with extreme nostalgia. (Side note: I only graduated from college a week ago.) Love the American flag in a Texas garage, seriously. Hope your holidays were merry & bright!

jenn said...

Ha ha what a great idea!! I love beer pong!

debbiecutieface.com said...

looks like my kind of party ;)

Jenni Austria Germany said...

i've never played beer pong in my life. can i really be from oklahoma? but i DO love taco cabana. i can tell you that much for sure.

Chelsea Coleen said...

i.........want to hang out with yall :)

kerrie elaine said...

Hi Meg! Just so you know, I was watching a show last night and this woman who was on there looked exactly like you! Search "Jewel Staite"

xo

Tara said...

Looks like a great holiday tradition to me! :D

Laurnie said...

I didn't know you were from Texas! I just moved here in March. Which part are you from?

Mackenzie said...

yes yes, this is my kind of christmas. :)

wildchild said...

ha that looks like a dream come true.

Alex said...

YES. So Texas. So perfect.

prianka said...

VIVA TACO CABANAAAAAA!!!!!!!!

(from TX too - Austin)

Vee said...

Of all the things I miss about Texas, Mexican food (Taco Cabana lovingly included) is one of the greatest.