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Wake Forest Rotary Club Loses Mind – Pig Humping

Last night the Wake Forest Rotary Club officially lost it’s mind when they invited this guy to come visit, give a little presentation and chow down on some fine The Forks food. Big hat tip to the lima beans. Yum, yum, yum. Nom, nom, nom.

Never having attended a Rotary Club meeting I had no idea what to expect. I’ve always had this vision people get together, stand up, and just turn around and around.

According to their website, “Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”

Not so sure I’d make the cut with those requirements. I would however be all over covering some good old-fashioned mud wrestling between the Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club and Knights of Columbus. Now that would be a fund-raiser. Just saying. It’s for the kids!

Being a total outsider at my first Rotary meeting was an interesting experience since you have no idea what to expect. Okay, now we stand, now we sing (beautifully I might add) and now some guy comes around with an empty coffee can that says good news on it and takes your money. Thank goodness there wasn’t a secret handshake or I would have been totally lost.

On each table there were books that contained Rotary songs and lyrics. My table was apparently special. We had one of the “New Song Book” versions. The copyright date was 1948.

But I must say everyone there was the kindest person you’d ever want to meet. They were part of that larger group that makes Wake Forest special. And I had the pleasure of getting to know James Holding a bit better. Now there is one hell of a nice guy.

After the meeting two people, who shall remain anonymous, wanted to share a story about sexual misadventures in the Crenshaw Manor neighborhood to which I of course responded, “go on.”

The story is someone over there has a pet pig that got loose and was discovered by a neighbor walking her dog.

Well one thing led to another and, I might have lost track during the telling of the story, the friendly pet pig wound up trying to hump the dog, then the dog tried to hump the pig, then another neighbor in a minivan pulled up to try to save the woman and her dog getting humped by the pig and her minivan got humped by someone or something.

All I managed to get out of the story was Crenshaw Manor and pig humping. Sadly now when I hear Crenshaw Manor I am forever going to have that visual stuck in my head.

Thank you super-duper Rotarians, it was a blast getting to meet y’all and you can’t find a nicer group of people in Wake Forest. By the way, you might want to contact my spellcheck program for some customer support. It constantly wants to change Rotarians to Romanians.

Seriously, think about that mud wrestling idea. A most excellent fund raiser.

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