Ghostride the whip!
Note: this is not at all related to the actual building of our camper. But, I am getting antsy waiting to pick up the trailer, so I figured I’d share a little personal victory.
So for the last 8 years or so my friend Kim (“Bad News”) and I have been trying to convince my husband, and any of our other friends’ boyfriends/husbands for that matter, to let us ghostride their whip.
For those of you who do not know what ghostriding is…here’s a little tutorial:
Ghostriding the whip requires the following:
- Put your car in drive
- People hang, stand, dance (you get it) on top of the car
- Bonus points if the driver gets out and does some stellar dance moves next to the car while its still rolling.
Disclaimer: Kenz and Sam do not recommend, nor endorse, Ghostriding any whip, as it could pose harm to yourself, your surroundings and your car.
Well, anyway…Sam was a hard “no” to ghostriding the VW Golf and the Nissan Pathfinder. When we got a pick-up truck I knew this was my opportunity; we could ghostride in the bed of the truck. NOPE. Sam is apparently a stickler for safety.
Fast-forward to this week when I get the following text message from my husband:
Stay tuned. We pick up the trailer at 10am on Friday, and I will be ghostriding that B no later than 10:01am.