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April 2002 Nightmare "Pimp-Ho" Party
Party at the "Chunky Mansion"
Yes, the Nightmares have a tradition of very wild parties. They occur
when the squadron's party owl shows up on one's front lawn following the last party. Sometimes
the owl travels to many homes in the night, but wherever he is when the sun comes up pinpoints
the location (i.e. host) of the next party. For the month of April 2002, "Chunks"
was the lucky victim of the party owl and
he chose a "Pimp and Ho" theme. In the images below, the scenes that wouldn't turn Harrierpilot.com
into a porn site are available for your inspection. Chunks really out-did himself and
a good time was had by all. Some of the outfits could not be displayed here and the Cow's eyes
never left the faces of those with whom he was conversing...never! Really.
Chunks seems a little too comfortable with this theme....
This is the only presentable shot from Marinara's boudoir--yikes!
Check out the stylish holstein boots....
Moe and Meesha . . . we never knew ye!
"Miss Ho," with an authentic Nightmare tattoo
Obviously, Torch is a disciplined (though somewhat confused) husband
Manny, Moe and Jack
The "Sterinara" phenomen . . . no party too wild!
Mistress Amber is in charge
Long on fashion sense at a Nightmare Party
Every Nightmare party features an ice sculpture delivering shots
Stroke's the word!
Mistress Rebecca and her "Boss"
Don't try this in Islamabad, Cow . . . .
Pom-Pom calls this dancing--but how did his wig to land there?
Apparently Torch isn't the only husband whose wife beats him
How did Lurch talk Holly into this?!!
Steroid has hosted a few extravagant parties himself...in fact, here's the most sedate
invite he's ever sent out:
9 May 2002
Boyz night tonight at Steroid Manor. I have a stash of Cigars and plenty of booze. Showtime 2000. Game-shirts and machismo attitude encouraged. High Octane Push-Ups later. "Guns" will be my Enforcer, no weak players please.
Weapons and Tactics Instructor
Marine Attack Squadron 513
"The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest
bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest
morals of any group of animals I have ever seen.
Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!"
Eleanor Roosevelt, 1945