Before we begin, our TLO legal team has advised that I disclose this post is 100% serious and should not in any way be considered parody or satire.
Also, the image above is the first installment of our new erotic fan fiction series “Tuttle Tales.” It’s a work in progress, but we hope to have “Under The Waterfall: A Weatherman’s Erotic Adventure With Himself” completed very soon. It barely beat out these other two finalists:
Screw it. We’ll just change the subtitles and publish all three as a trilogy. The entire series should be for sale very soon at your neighborhood Patricia’s or Hustler Store.
Anyway, I digress. We recently learned that Aaron Tuttle will be meeting with the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America on April 15th to discuss “The Critical Nature of Severe Weather Communications.” At least that’s what they’re telling us. It’s probably just a ploy by the PR people to find a new client. If anyone in this town could use some PR help, it’s Aaron Tuttle.
Here are the details via PRSA OKC:
Today marks the three-year anniversary of Sweet Brown’s overnight rise to Internet stardom. With her irresistible outlook on cold pops, fires and bronchitis, Oklahoma City’s mama of meme took the internet by storm with her catchphrase “Ain’t nobody got time for that!” and charming demeanor, becoming the poster-person for the next-door neighbor that we all wished we had.
And while so many other meme-superstars just peter-out, Sweet Brown managed to parlay hers into an authentic form of celebrity, from national commercials and TV guest spots to just getting mobbed by fans when walking around town. It was a true story of a local done good and—even better—one that never wore out their welcome.
Beyonce quoted her at the Superbowl, she made a cameo in Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas and told it like it is to the lovely ladies of The View. In 2013, she was announced to become the co-host of the Dallas-based syndicated show Cheaters, alongside Clark Gable III. (Yes, the grandson of that Clark Gable.) We think it’s her last public appearance.
Here’s a clip:
This week Mad Men’s final season premiered. As a fan of period pieces, vintage fashions, eye candy, and binge watching shows on Netflix without showering for days, this was a pretty big event for me. In just a few short weeks, there’s going to be a excruciatingly slow-paced hour-long drama sized hole in my heart.
Hey guys I’m just kidding! (Kind of).
Anyway, yesterday at the office was particularly trudge-y, so I started daydreaming about how to
destroy cast one of my favorite TV shows using our own Oklahoma talent. These are the results.
Don: Blake Shelton
This one was a no brainer. Both tall, dapper, and fans of whiskey drinkin’ and lady charmin’. Blake probably for sure has a dark and shady side we all don’t know about (rumor has it he switched identities with someone who died in the Reba’s plane crash) but would probably ignore because he’s that’s good looking.
Betty: Carrie Underwood
Blonde, beautiful, and…maaaayyybe a bit daft? I mean don’t get me wrong, Carrie is probably a lovely person, but someone has to take responsibility for those 4 hours I spent watching The Sound of Music Live.
Remember Dave Morris?
We used to write about him on this site back in the day, but then he and his hot wife split and I finally added the Chrome Flashblock extension to stop those annoying NewsOK.com autoplay videos and we kind of forgot about him.
Seriously, if you read NewsOK.com on a semi-regular basis and don’t have Flashblock, you’re missing out. Life is so much better without those annoying autoplay videos. It’s nice to read an article in your cubicle about a murder, deadly car crash or the latest Thunder injury without having some realtor announce to you and the entire office that he sells Edmond.
Now that I’m done giving valuable life advice, check out this pic that a Mole sent us of Dave Morris playing the keyboards at either an Oklahoma City Chamber event or the Mini Haha Bingo Hall off I-35. I’m not sure which one…
“What took you so long?”
This is what people kept asking me when I admitted that last week was the first time I ever had a cheeseburger combo from Nic’s Grill.
I mean, it’s not like I haven’t tried to eat there before. Many times a pallie and I would stop by there for lunch, the line deep out the door and as much as we’d like to park it on the stoop and wait to place an order like the other schmoes, there was no way we’d make it back to work in time, let alone be able to actually sit back and savor these much vaunted cheeseburgers and curly fries like they truly deserve.
But I tried. God knows I tried.
A part of the OKC culinary landscape for about 20 years, Nic’s is pretty much that one “cult” burger joint in town that has a healthy following, both locally and nationwide, having been touted as the “best burger ever” by everyone from Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to actor Colin Farrell on The Tonight Show.
And now the gang at The Lost Ogle.
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