31 August 2009

Important Question: Crackers unite?

I couldn't help but notice this set of promotional posters at a nearby festival this weekend:

Cracker Carnival- for crackers or by crackers?
The question is, are these merely two coincidentally-placed posters noting 1) a carnival and 2) an appearance by the band Cracker, or are the organizers just boldly declaring the primary demographic focus of the festival?

10 comments:

A Free Man said...

Based on the artwork I'm going to guess the latter.

CK Lunchbox said...

It's a candidate for FAIL Blog

Middle Aged Woman said...

Yeehaw! Time to move the couch out to the porch an' start parkin' on the lawn! Oh wait, It ended yesterday. Nevermind.

Mama Dawg said...

Why would anyone desire to have a carnival to celebrate the cracker? Especially if it's the unsalted variety.

Maybe if it was a Triscit or a Wheat Thin, but even that's pushing it.

Hmmm.....

Kori said...

Some of my kin were there, thankyouverymuch.

:)

Trooper Thorn said...

I've been to several carnivals, and judging by the average attendees, they are all Cracker Carnivals.

Carolyn...Online said...

Maybe it's Whitey's response to Freaknik?

Tom Harper said...

I didn't know Cracker (the band) was still around. They had some great songs in the early '90s.

Youngblood4ever said...

Now that is some deep thinking...

Are you the guy that posed as Jack Handy on SNL?????

Swirl Girl said...

I thought you lived in Chicago area, not the south.