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Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 4:38 pm Offline
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Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:11 pm4
When I was in elementary school, I had received a pretty nasty bump on the head and was a bit loopy for about a month. All I wanted to do was sleep. In gym class, I would ask the teacher if I could get a ball or a jump rope out of the equipment room. Normally kids aren't allowed back there. He would offer to get them for me but I would tell him there was a specific ball or rope that I wanted and that only I would know which ones they were. Eventually he would get frusterated and allow me back there. Once I was there, I would climb up the shelves and crawl into the school's ventalation system. It was very cool, dark, and quiet in there and I would sleep all through class until I heard the whistle. The gym teacher would never notice I was missing.
Also, during recess, i would often ask the teacher sweetly if I could go to the bathroom. Once i got permission, I would walk around the building and climb onto the roof of the school via a stack of bricks and a small later on the side of the building. I would sleep there all throughout recess until I heard the teacher's whistle. Then I would scramble down the latter, run around the building, and be in formation by the time we went back inside. No one ever noticed and I reveled in my sneakiness. 8)
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 5:36 pm Offline
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Sat Mar 22, 2008 9:34 pm1Canada
The only decent story I got is when I was 17 my brother's high school had scaffolding all over the school. So of course one night we decide to sneak over there and climb up to the top of the school. There was absolutely no stealth involved, just a lot of climbing and then taking a piss off the school.

It's kind of a lame story, but at the time it was quite fun.
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 5:37 pm Offline
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Wed Apr 09, 2008 5:26 pm5
When I was 15, I went to the mall with a group of friends in costume for Halloween. The place was 5 stories tall with a big hole in the middle of each floor so you could see the ice rink on the bottom, and the top two stories were all private offices that the elevator just wouldn't go to. We decided that we absolutely had to go sneak around there, and I figured that there was a code to press into a number pad in the elevator to get to them, so I sat on a bench looking pitiful (I looked REALLY young for my age) and crying. People stopped and asked me what was wrong, and I said I couldn't remember the code to get up to my mom's work. Eventually, a woman who worked up there ushered me into the elevator and escorted me up. I, of course, watched her punch in the code, and once she had left for her office, I headed back down, got my friends, and we all travelled up to the forbidden floors.

We dicked around up there like stupid teenagers do, banging on stuff and throwing each other around. Someone must've complained, because soon we noticed flashlights shining up at us from two floors down. Mall cops were leaning on the railing, looking up through the gap in the floor. A couple of us hid behind a pillar, secret agent style, and slunk along the floor back to the alcove with the elevators. The others followed suit and we almost made it unnoticed, but the fatass in our group got spotted and the last few just ran for it. We all piled into one elevator, and just as the doors closed, the elevator next to it opened up and two cops came scrambling out. We hightailed it out of the mall after that. I guess they didn't see us very well at all, as nothing ever came of it. Was fun while it lasted.
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Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 5:55 pm Offline
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Tue Mar 30, 2004 7:31 pm2247Santa Monica, CA
LawrenceTaylor wrote:
When you take enough s***, it'll all turn out brilliant again.


Well that's easy for you to say, Lawrence Taylor. Everything turns out brilliant when you take enough crack to snap Joe Theisman's leg!
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 6:26 pm Offline
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Fri Jan 11, 2008 2:20 pm176
Aym_Dand wrote:
LawrenceTaylor wrote:
When you take enough s***, it'll all turn out brilliant again.


Well that's easy for you to say, Lawrence Taylor. Everything turns out brilliant when you take enough crack to snap Joe Theisman's leg!


Ha ha ha ha, I googled it. :lol:
You make a good point.

But I do think you should "face your fear" sometime and chat with someone from the park. You just have to make sure they do enough crack too so they don't notice if their leg breaks during verbal exchanges.
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostWed Apr 09, 2008 11:01 pm Offline
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Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:24 pm0
I would have to say one of the best places I have ever been able to sneak into was the tunnel where the locker rooms are at Gillette Stadium. It is pretty kick ass to walk all around down there mingling with all the players and celebs.
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostThu Apr 10, 2008 5:54 pm Offline
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Thu Apr 10, 2008 5:37 pm5
One time freshman year of college I was exploring the dorms for a place to get high...I went in the laundry room and there was a door next to the dryers so I tried the lock and it was open. It was actually really fun getting stoned back there b/c the dryers were nice and warm but there was this perfect breeze from the ventilation. Oh man when I walked out of there this girl doing her laundry looked up at me as if I had appeared from no where :shock:

Another time a few friends and I were trying to get into a club, but we were totally underage and the bouncer wanted $50 a piece from us! We said no way and walked around the building, and some guy waltzes out the back door so we just walk in. At the end of the night we gave the bouncer a big grin on our way out the front door!
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostSat Apr 12, 2008 1:00 am Offline
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Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:36 pm14
doctorperv wrote:
I drove through one of the movie sets of One Crazy Summer when I was in high school. Me and this kid were stoned and looking for something to do. We passed the Hyannis drive-in theatre, the marquee said Hemorrhoids From Hell and something other movie I can't remember. That sounded like a cool thing to see when high so I turned in to the entrance. For some reason there were orange cones across the road but I didn't see any potholes to avoid or anything so just drove on by. No one was at the ticket booth either, guess the movie started already and we don't have to pay. I drove down the entrance road and turned into the main lot of the theatre, which is just like a big parking lot surrounded by trees with huge white brick wall on one end to server as a screen and a little concession stand in the center of the lot.

It was like when Richard Dreyfuss looks over the rocks in Close Encounters and sees the alien landing area that the government has set up. There was a huge light tower by the concession stand with bright spot lights pointing to all different places, rows of trailers, a bunch of long tables all setup for eating and people working on stuff everywhere. I drove in a slow circle around the edge of the lot, mouth agape. We were stoned out of our gourds and had no idea it was a movie set, we thought it was some government gathering or something. No one said a thing to us the entire time we were driving around and we just let ourselves out. It wasn't till later on that night we realized Hemorrhoids From Hell was a joke name and that it must have been a movie set.


I feel stoned after reading you re:, but that is kick ass
You are so lucky to have stumbled onto something like that :)
Re: Production Blog Entry for April 08, 2008 PostSat Apr 12, 2008 1:08 am Offline
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Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:36 pm14
LawrenceTaylor wrote:
Aym_Dand wrote:
LawrenceTaylor wrote:
When you take enough s***, it'll all turn out brilliant again.


Well that's easy for you to say, Lawrence Taylor. Everything turns out brilliant when you take enough crack to snap Joe Theisman's leg!


Ha ha ha ha, I googled it. :lol:
You make a good point.

But I do think you should "face your fear" sometime and chat with someone from the park. You just have to make sure they do enough crack too so they don't notice if their leg breaks during verbal exchanges.


lol
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