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Kurt’s Blog: I’ve Been Teo-ing For Years!
Kurt’s Blog: I’ve Been Teo-ing For Years!

If It’s a Fad…

You know I’ll give it a shot…

Oh, Teo-ing…you and your imaginary girlfriend.

teoing

 

Why is this such a trend all of a sudden? I’ve been doing that since Spring Formal 1998.

Teo

 

Take that…it’s a double-Teo…in boxers..and drunk! Oh, the good times! My wife could not be more proud .

 

And maybe it happened again in 1997 too…not sure. Oh, this photo proves that too.

Sophomore Year - OX Fall Formal - Kurt and his date, ha!

 

NOTE: In this photo…I had no date that night…and yes, that is purple silk shirt (hence why I probably had no date)…in the “Double Teo” picture, both dates had called it a night already. (Double Note: Both dates had no interest me…oh, the luxury of living in the friend-zone).

 

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

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