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On June 27, 2010, Stupid Human Trick and Stupid Pet Trick auditions for the David Letterman show will take place near Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. In fact, you will find the hoopla happening right in front of the Branson Landing fountains. If I happen to be in the neighborhood, I have already decided exactly what I will do. I will display my talents as a woman with a dark chocolate sensing nose. I can smell any piece of chocolate and tell you if it is dark chocolate or not. Truly, it has a distinctive smell over milk chocolate or :::shudder::: waxy Palmer’s candy. The aroma also directly correlates to the cocoa content and quality of the chocolate. You may have little faith and think that its artificial oils. Just take a gander at a super pure Cacao bar and tell me that. The list of ingredients are scant.
Hmm…I am not sure that I will be able to pull that one off. While I have no doubt of my powers, I simply cannot predict what the other talent categories will be. They may, in fact, boot me out just because my talent doesn’t qualify as “Stupid.” If the chocolate industry had a “nose” like the perfume industry does, I would apply to be that person.
Better get hotel reservations now if you are a hopeful form across the miles. The Hilton Branson Convention Center is also just a little jaunt away if the hotel in the middle of the action is booked. In fact, the Branson Hiltons welcome your four legged celebrity so you he or she can give you their undying encouragement no matter how Stupid your human trick is. Oh, yeah…they can enter too.
Of course, I would be around for a few days after the audition. It would be a waste to go all that way and not do anything else. There is a gold package offered in conjunction with the Payne Stewart Golf Club for accommodations and ball hitting. When I am passed over for the Stupid Human Tricks opportunity I will want to feel more down in the dumps than I do. I always slice the grass pretty badly and it will make me even more frustrated, and that’s how I roll. Just get all the “dumps” over in one swoop rather than trying to artificially perkify myself. Then, I would go eat at the Barbara Fairchild Diner. Imagine if at Kenny Roger’s Roasters that Kenny Rogers actually served your food. Well, at the Barbara Fairchild Diner, Grammy nominated country music singer who sang about Teddy Bears may just serve you lunch and sing to you! That’s way better than having your birthday at TGIFridays and be serenaded by restaurant-stopping off-key warbling. That seems like a full day.
If you are planning a trip to Branson, where would you explore?