June 2, 2012 by Elin Gregory
I can’t NOT share this, because it’s just crazy good fun.
What do you get when you cover a 30ft obelisk in lard and make a load of sailors climb up it?
Apparently it’s an annual event.
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What’s that body part on the far left, half way down the photo, above the guys’ heads (not his hand)? :-=
It looks like someone brought a baguette to keep their strength up. 🙂
Heart-warming (for tradition and teamwork) and HOT (for wet half-naked college guys). Thanks, Elin!
My please, C.C.There’s some serious muscle on display there, which is nice, but I love how good spirited they seem to be.:) Very heartwarming.
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