Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Coz Every Girl Grazy Bout A Sharp Dressed Man

Christian was recently crowned the "Best Dressed Guy" at his buddy's 16th birthday party. The party had a tropical island theme, and the kids were invited to dress the part. I think Christian was gunning for the older chicks with his choice of the dark socks and the hat which is always a dead giveaway of a Yul Bryner hairdo hiding underneath. Class-ee! GQ is going to come crashing down his door any moment now. Just you wait, 'Enry 'Iggens, just you wait!

The party featured Polynesian dancers, tiki torches, hula dancers, a tutorial on the Haka dance, etc. I could totally spy on the festivities just barely catch a glimpse of the festivities from my upstairs balcony. From my vantage point on the balcony, I could see that the boys were bare chested but had their pants on during the Haka dance; I'm just wondering what the other surrounding neighbors who couldn't see the dancing were thinking when they heard the DJ loudly announce on the PA that it was now time for the boys to put their clothes back on. (I think I actually snorted at that point.)

Here is a video of the BYU football team doing their Haka thing:
Don't say anything, but that guy wearing No. 70? He's got me just a little scared. Intense is what springs to mind here. Very, uh, intense.

5 comments:

The Morris Family said...

I'm just wondering why the BYU guys didn't take their clothes off! J/K
If I were not related to Christian and about 50 years older, I'd think he was hot too!

Beth said...

Best dressed . . . hmmmm! It would have been a hoot to have watched those boys dancing, er . . . Haka thing!

Jacque said...

Deon!
My friend has never seen this! I am going to post it on my blog too!!

I miss you!

Ashley said...

Jordan and the scouts learned that on Tuesday from the Polynesian scout master! When Kimball is old enough to stand, Jordan and Christian should teach him too!

Dave said...

Christian has inherited his strong sense of fashion from his proud father.... Carry on son, carry on!