This past week Christy was in the Czech Republic where she spent the majority of her trip hallucinating from absinthe. She also met Boris, a misunderstood young man who struggled with understanding Christy’s southern accent and her love for The Beatles.
‘The Bartman‘ is the national dance of the Czech Republic.
Chik-Fil-a execs decided to go back to the well-known cow themed marketing plan in Europe after the “torches and pitch forks” campaign didn’t go over so well.
Getting stoned in the Czech Republic is a little bit different than getting stoned in Amsterdam or even Israel.
Christy somehow managed to photograph childhood nightmares.
The Czech Republic National Football team was forced to practice in this field outside of the city due to the Lady Gaga concert that was being held in Generali Arena. Ultimately, team captain Tomas Rosicky cancelled practice when he realized that the majority of the team preferred to dress in drag and sing along to “Poker Face” instead of kicking a ball around a cow pasture.
Christy realized American slang didn’t go over so well when local heart throb Boris took her to his village’s watering hole.
What’s more disheartening than this wall of terrible graffiti is the motorized kiddie ride around the corner where children our forced to sit in the lap of Peter Pan. The ride’s motto: “Ride me to Never Never Land.”
The Czeck version of Full House was filmed in the white building. Unfortunately, the show never aired due to test audiences not understanding how Joey Gladstone could ever do stand up comedy.
Christy was saddened to learn that she was only attending a Mastodon exhibit, not a world tour.
“Urgent news from Hogwarts!”
“Boris… a kid from a good family – what makes him tick… like a bomb?”
This picture was taken moments before a stone baby Jesus came crashing through the bottom right window pane.