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Spoof.

As a parting gift, Mr. Gibbs outfitted BD’s buses with dream out-stretch chairbeds and a Concord room where Cappybara croons, “You are so wonderful to me!”; while when the Cadets’ buses are not at hotels, to be sure one sleeps an endless loop is played of Hop talks.

After the Cavies are finished wishing “Good Night, Dude” a la the Waltons to each of the other 149 brothers, if they are not tired out, they get to listen to Hook’em Cavies reread aloud the entire 2017 joke book while they hide in their pillows. Meanwhile Bloo has adapted their stage, slides, and ramps into bunk beds. No jumping from one level to the next, however.

Troopers sleep with their saddles while Blue Knights have no trouble keeping their eyes closed dreaming of snow storms, colorful birds, and far away events.

Santa Clara has entered a major league concussion sleep study program due to their recurring dizziness and nightmares about snakes. Madison in their ten fifteen-men tents always sleeps with one eye open…to see who is the last man standing.

Boston’s buses have no problems with cold nights as each bus has a fireplace like atmosphere with its own burning fire constantly fed by Brasso and other volunteers who aren't allowed to snore. If the temperatures get too hot, an automatic fire alarm goes off playing Carolina Crown’s Inferno.

Meanwhile, Phantom Regiment have declared their buses insect-free (even on Swamp Tour) as mms wear yards and yards of individualized mosquito netting. Some sets in red, in white, or even black.

Blue Stars have several beds to choose from recent past shows: from queen size to twin to make-your-own or sleep in a trunk. Decisions and mysteries makes one wonder what goes on down in the warren of Academy’s rabbit holes? Like Crossmen, it’s an enigma.

What does your favorite corps sleep in?

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17 hours ago, xandandl said:

Spoof.

As a parting gift, Mr. Gibbs outfitted BD’s buses with dream out-stretch chairbeds and a Concord room where Cappybara croons, “You are so wonderful to me!”; while when the Cadets’ buses are not at hotels, to be sure one sleeps an endless loop is played of Hop talks.

After the Cavies are finished wishing “Good Night, Dude” a la the Waltons to each of the other 149 brothers, if they are not tired out, they get to listen to Hook’em Cavies reread aloud the entire 2017 joke book while they hide in their pillows. Meanwhile Bloo has adapted their stage, slides, and ramps into bunk beds. No jumping from one level to the next, however.

Troopers sleep with their saddles while Blue Knights have no trouble keeping their eyes closed dreaming of snow storms, colorful birds, and far away events.

Santa Clara has entered a major league concussion sleep study program due to their recurring dizziness and nightmares about snakes. Madison in their ten fifteen-men tents always sleeps with one eye open…to see who is the last man standing.

Boston’s buses have no problems with cold nights as each bus has a fireplace like atmosphere with its own burning fire constantly fed by Brasso and other volunteers who aren't allowed to snore. If the temperatures get too hot, an automatic fire alarm goes off playing Carolina Crown’s Inferno.

Meanwhile, Phantom Regiment have declared their buses insect-free (even on Swamp Tour) as mms wear yards and yards of individualized mosquito netting. Some sets in red, in white, or even black.

Blue Stars have several beds to choose from recent past shows: from queen size to twin to make-your-own or sleep in a trunk. Decisions and mysteries makes one wonder what goes on down in the warren of Academy’s rabbit holes? Like Crossmen, it’s an enigma.

What does your favorite corps sleep in?

Someone has entirely too much time on their hands waiting for the first show announcement.

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1 minute ago, Old Corps Guy said:

Someone has entirely too much time on their hands waiting for the first show announcement.

I'm waiting for the ink to dry on those Creative Director contracts for several corps looking for me to travel with them as they journey towards show designs.

Or at least several of them have told me where to go, ha, ha.

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