Thursday, September 30, 2010
September 30 - International Ripper Day
On this day, September 30 A.D. 1888, the infamous Jack the Ripper killed his third and fourth victims in the Whitecastle area of London, England, U.K. Oh hell, that's supposed to read "Whitechapel." My bad. It's lunchtime as I write this and I'm hungry. Cut me some slack.
These women were Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes. As you all know, the Ripper was never caught. Hell, those lazy bastages at Scotland Yard never even had a clue who the hell he was.
In honor of Jack the Ripper, you must pair off with someone of the opposite sex. The female in the group must paint her neck red and splash red paint all over the front of her shirt. Then she must run around with three feet of uncut sausage links held in her hands at about stomach level. The male in the group must wear a mask, trenchcoat, and top hat and chase her around with a bloodied scalpel and meat cleaver.
This must be done in a crowded public venue.
Video evidence must be provided.