Aging slappers feat, Politically crazed Evangelists

 

The groupies are back, and it seems, soggier than ever.  The weather hasn’t  dampened any enthusiasm. I did see one bunch of groupies being coached along with a whistle like a marching band or cheerleaders. Though short skirts are the fashion this year. I shudder to think how they would look, if these aging slappers should don their daughters attire ala Girls Generation. 

Harraging on every corner

Also similar to last time, are the trucks with a huge billboard of the candidate on it. The truck comes with a podium and even a TV screen in some cases, so that the encumbent-wannabe can tout his line to the pundits. What on earth do the candidates do on the off-season? My guess would be go back to their hibernation chambers and wait for another year. 

For me it’s just been a time to avoid getting a calling card from the groupies. Honestly it’s like the streets have been hit by politically crazed evangelists. Though I do think that the straight out, evangelical types (church goers) are easier to dodge. What’s more some of the stuff they give out, like mini packs of tissues, lollies and sometimes cups of tea, are more useful. I can’t believe this. I’ve just given my vote of preference to a load of God-fearing twits.

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4 Responses

  1. They’re lining the walkways up to Bupyeong Station this week. We should’ve gone to that Toy ‘R Us I saw at Lotte World so I could have looked for one of those Super Soaker water guns.

    • Running the gauntlet? One thing that also works for those pamphet ladies outside the old Yongsan electronics building is keeping my hands palm down,on my legs as I walk through. No outstretched hand, you can’t receive the card or whatever they’re offering.

      • Whoah – what happened there?

      • Fixed.

        I think I fumbled something wrong in the email window, hence the “inadvertant disclosure.”

        Not the best way for getting replies.

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