Friday, March 09, 2007


That's how much I'm worth. Or, as my friend and classmate Hadley Erskine observed after carefully tracking the bidding patterns at last night's bachelor auction for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, that's what I'm worth if you're also giving me credit for the public's desire to donate to a good charity while drunk.

I was a little nervous when bidding stagnated at $70. But putting on the bandanna earned an extra $20, and taking my shirt off $20 more. According to Hadley's calculation, "as a person," I was worth about $30. It is probably a good thing that I didn't have the emcee mention this blog or give anyone my "business" card.

EDIT: For some reason (perhaps because I was still holding onto a shred of dignity), I forgot to mention the woman who came up to me, pointed at my PILF (Public Interest Law Fund) shirt and asked, "Does that stand for 'Person I'd Like to F*ck?'"

Naturally, I replied, "That depends how much money you've got on you."


blokeface said...

That's about $100 more than I would've paid.

Kathy Schrenk said...

Ouch, blokeface! ;-)

If you ask me, that's quite a bargain. Clearly Jon wasn't doing enough strutting. Or maybe gyrating.

Nemesis of Evil said...

As blokeface himself is fond of saying, I can't take the hypocrisy. What kind of friend commits you to a bachelor auction then doesn't show up to cheer you on?

And what's a blokeface anyway? Is that anything like your expression in Torts today when Zasloff told you that a scene from "Liar, Liar" had mistated California law? You looked like someone had shot your dog.

Nemesis of Evil said...

And don't worry, Kathy, there was plenty of strutting.

Michelle said...

You do know that I'm planning on making that T-shirt before school gets out, right? Tho i'm changing the last word to "fund" a different font, of course.

Anonymous said...

A far cry from Tucker Max.. still $110 is nothing to be ashamed of Jon.

i see you went for the free business card deal too :)


Anonymous said...

wait. so did you fuck her or not?