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Kitty just educated me on 'Thong Cape Scooter Man' ~Stevi

While discussing my anticipation of heading to Bonnaroo, Kitty casually mentioned one 'thong cape scooter man'. After laughing histarically, I looked him up on YouTube (if you haven't the visual of thong cape scooter man, you must), and laughed some more. I assured Kitty I would take many pictures and videos of comparable Bonnaroo goers and post them.

~ Stevi


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06/10/2014 11:24AM
Kitty just educated me on 'Thong Cape Scooter Man' ~Stevi
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06/19/2014 11:37AM
I saw him just the other day!
Driving home from visiting my father in the hospital, I was passed by Thong Cape Scooter Man. I'd never heard of him before (somehow missed the newspaper the day they printed the article referred to in the video!) so I was, putting it mildly, shocked. The day we (me and my teenage son) saw him, he was wearing a yellow 'do rag, a black-and-white spotted cape, and--I gotta say--the thong was nearly invisible; certainly not vivid blue like the one in the YouTube video. It's a sight I won't forget anytime soon, having been burned onto my retinas....
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