Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Some of our favorite answers thus far...

1.) Your Name: The Girl

-Julia


3.) Why do you want to attend the Lock-In? Did it last year, met the love of my life and divorced her a month ago; looking for second go.

-Tucker


3.) Why do you want to attend the Lock-In? To Shred and make sure people properly empty beverage containers. No soldier left behind.

-Tim D.


3.) Why do you want to attend the Lock-In? I, Vince F., do wish to attend the Lock-In because I am considering going back to school for a graduate degree in Getting Fucked Up. After extensive research, I've determined that only in partnership with StL Bike Polo do I have a chance to perfect the art of "Beer Spraying" and "Coaster Shooting" which are two of the many areas of study available for me to specialize in.

-Vince (cowbell thief)


4) What do you expect from the Lock-In? From the lock-in, I expect no more than to be allowed entry. The party is all about who decides to step up and make it a good one, not about what expectations you have of someone else doing that for you. I'm just saying that I don't have to expect anything from you guys because we the partiers will bring the mother fuckin' party and I accept the responsibility of doing just that.

-Nick K.


4.) What do you expect from the Lock-In? More tiny bottles of booze in the piƱata.

-Brian (Lex)


5.) Do you plan on sleeping at the Lock-In? No. 24+ hours wasn't enough last year. I'm hoping we pull off 48 hours with no sleep as a group, as brothers in polo, for the children.

-CoMo Chris in Chicago


5.) Do you plan on sleeping at the Lock-In? Really? Maybe with somebody, but that’s only if I get lucky. And not with Lucky...maybe with Lucky.

-Lefty Joe


5.) Do you plan on sleeping at the Lock-In? There is absolutely no chance that I will (voluntarily) sleep at the Lock-In. I may get knocked out sacrificing my body for a game-winning-goal or a massive boost off the kicker ramp in Kikkelo, but I will never willingly sleep at the Lock-In. What a waste. I fully intend to party for more than 24-hours straight on the weekend of January 15, 2011. Anything less will be considered failure in my mind.

-Ben


6.) If you attended last year's Lock-In, what would you do/change to make this year's Lock-In better? Less food, more booze, and a ban on cycling hats and Floridians.

-Tim A.


6.) If you attended last year's Lock-In, what would you do/change to make this year's Lock-In better? Don’t invite Florida and more ramps!

-Colleen


8.) Finish this sentence: Having fun is…what makes the world go round.

-CoMo Megs


10.) Are you ready to have a blast at the Lock-In? No, I am having at least 4 blasts, probably Baja ones from Taco Bell to caffeinate me.

-Pete


10.) Are you ready to have a blast at the Lock-In? YA!! FUCK BOSTON'S LOCK-IN!!

-Patrick (Lex)


Dear Sir / Madame:

My name is Andrew, a representitive of Chicago Bike Polo. I am writing you in response to your opening for 24-hour polo player. While this position is demanding and requires endurance and fortitude, I am more than ready to meet the challenges such a position requires. I can bring my full skill set in the areas of partying and playing polo, as well as my previous experience in the 24-hour polo playing field.

The things I can take away from my previous experience is that while beer and fine food nourishes, it also can encourage sleep if not distributed right. This year I can feast on fine food and stick to a strict regiment of King Dewies and/or Four Lokos in quantities large enough to fuel a party machine, yet complete enough as to not drive that party machine off into the mean-drunk abyss, nor drive that party machine off the self-injury cliff.

I expect this position to provide to me a fountain from which to drink beverages that will fuel the party machine, and in return I will help keep that party machine working. I will throw down for hot-n-readys, provide ice packs so that the joints of other partiers will allow them to continue to party, help prepare food, obtain spirits and beverages, and will do whatever it takes so that the party can continue all day through the night until the sun rises over the party yet again and shine its rays upon the many excellent partiers. This year I will also bring a helmet, maybe two. I will also change the oil on Little Tanfastic if it will mean that the party can be even more excellent.

Having fun is awesome, and having fun with everybody else also having
fun is mind-blowing. There is only one word that describes me completely, and that is Dumptruck. I am ready to have a blast at the Lock-In, it is what I was born for.

I am Dumptruck, I am ready to party.

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