Did you get a drunk text last night? Naked Justin Bieber was out having a chardonnay… or three. He lost count and passed out before he could even post a photo, so here he is a day late and, as you can see, someone captured a moment of his intoxication. Yes, NJB was dancing on the bar with wine glass in hand, that little scamp.
Rumor has it, he texted Skipper, the Snow White action figure, and one of the Bratz dolls somewhere around 2am. Tsk tsk, NJB. You should know better than to drink and dial!
Naked Justin Bieber takes looks back to January of 2016 when he joined many of the cast of Star Trek on a cruise to the Bahamas. The turbolifts were part of the amazing decor included on board. NJB is checking out one of the elevators… Uh I mean turbolifts in this fun photo from aboard the ship.
With recent news events, Naked Justin Bieber wants to reassure you that he’s fine and that any photos released by that vindictive Instagram hacker were not related in any way to him. In fact, NJB is here for you. He wants you to let him know your concerns, worries, fears, and also what makes you happy.
“Gosh! Golly! Gee!” he says, “Nobody should have to go through what my predecessor and his ex-girlfriend are going though. I feel totes like they’ve both been seriously violated and I’m not OK with it.”
When we were in the initial planning stages of our vacation, the one thing Naked Justin Bieber was most excited about was the chance to meet the most beautiful woman of Deep Space Nine. His fascination and love of Leeta had been prominent in every planning discussion, and when he saw that Chase Masterson would be a guest on the cruise, NJB was beyond elated. The chance to meet his favorite Dabo girl, wife of Rom, and alternate identity of such and amazing and kind philanthropist was first and foremost in his mind. You can see him here waiting for her arrival in her own titular lounge with stage and appropriately set mood lighting. Leeta was very gracious and welcoming of all her fans and friends and stopped to pose for a picture with NJB. I don’t think he’s washed his face since.
On Day 3 of the Star Trek Cruise, the notorious (and awesome) Q held a masquerade ball. Naked Justin Bieber simply could not come up with a costume, however he did don a mask for the occasion. Sadly, he forgot to include eye holes and struggled a bit with getting around the ship. We found NJB in the Stardust Theater waiting to enjoy the “Crews Feud” game show. He may have been sleeping, but we’ll never actually know, will we?
It was a good day to die drink! Naked Justin Bieber attended the Klingon Pub Crawl during the Star Trek Cruise. The pub crawl was three bars in an hour with drinks overflowing for twenty minutes at each location. After the twenty minutes was up, the crawl would meander in a large group to the next location whilst greeting all we passed with a good and hearty “Qapla‘!”
Chancellor Gowron, son of M’Rel, upon meeting NJB quite loudly announced to all in the room, “I LOVE YOUR WEIRD DOLL!”
Our first stop on our amazing vacation with Naked Justin Bieber was Miami, Florida. We met up with some friends, had some coffee, and took in the local sites. This particular claw machine was located at The Alchemist, a restaurant in Wilton Manors, Florida. NJB insisted that he could “catch em’ all” and I’m pretty sure all he “caught” was a sore wrist.
It’s a brand new year! Happy 2017 from Naked Justin Bieber! He has a fun year planned for you ahead, but wants you to know that he’s been sorting through all the photos he posed for while on the vacation of a lifetime. Over the next few weeks, you’ll see some of the fantastic places NJB visited and get to meet a few friends he made along the way. Here’s NJB watching out the window of a Boeing 737 waiting for take-off. Miami, Florida didn’t know what they were in for!
What do you do when a dementor tries to steal your coffee? You point your wand and shout “Espresso Patronum!” obviously! Naked Justin Bieber saw this sign at the local Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and it prompted his sudden and inevitable desire to enroll at Hogwarts. Having no knowledge of the location of the famous school of witchcraft and wizardry, NJB wandered around the mall until he saw what appeared to be many Hogwarts students through the window at Hot Topic. He leapt into the pack begging them to tell him how to enroll, but they were all very stuffy and ignored him completely. Poor NJB. He’ll have to find another way to get into Hogwarts.
A couple months ago my friend Sean had this brilliant idea to go camping. I love camping so I was definitely all in. We just had to settle on a date and people to invite. He invited a group of fellow nerds who were excited to join us!
We created a Facebook event. By the day of the campout we had 15 families definitely going and 19 maybes.
Zero showed up. Zero other than us of course.
Sean and his daughter, Ralph, my two kids, and I showed up.
Sean reached the 1st meeting destination and waited about an hour or so for those who were going to meet him there before making the trek up the mountain. He posted signs designating where to go. Unfortunately, by the time we arrived, it was too dark to see the signs and phone reception was just about gone. We arrived at Bear Canyon Lake at a little after 7. Sean, unfortunately could not meet us because his car was now securely wedged on top of a short tree stump. It’s REALLY dark out there. We finally located him and his car at about 11pm.
During that time, I managed to drive into a campsite to look for him, but did not realize that I was driving into a giant pit of mud. Stella (my trusty Honda Pilot) became submerged in the mud, front tires all the way up to the headlights. There is expected to be a YouTube video forthcoming from the heroic guys at that campsite who attached a tow strap to the back of Stella and pulled her free. She’s going to need quite a bath.
Once we located Sean, we set up camp because we couldn’t go anywhere with the car stuck on a stump and figured we’d deal with it in the morning. We roasted a couple marshmallows and went to bed.
Saturday morning we got up with the sun and had some coffee, pancakes, etc. Once everyone was fed and settled, the boys got to work on the car. Thanks to a tip from my brother, Brian, we were able to jack the car up in the front and side just around the stump, place a long log under the tire, then on the count of three – SHOVED the car back off the stump. It was brilliant except for the part of Sean’s car that fell to the ground. It appeared to be crankshaft pulley, or at least part of it. Ralph was able to screw it back on, but we had no tools to tighten it. We decided to make the most of the day once we jump started Sean’s car and confirmed it would run. He tried calling for roadside assistance, however, tow trucks don’t like driving to remote parts of the woods… go figure.
We spent Saturday playing some games. Fletcher’s favorite was One Night Ultimate Werewolf – looks like I’ll be buying that. We also played some Love Letter: Batman, Headbandz, and Apples to Apples. We did the usual roasting of hot dogs, marshmallows, and made banana boats.
We did have a couple other minor snafus… We were a little late applying sunscreen and most everyone got a little roasted. I had an additionally sucky experience where I was peeing in the forest and had the unfortunate yet sudden fail of falling backward onto my back into a pile of pinecones and brush. While that did pretty much suck, when I stood up, brushed myself off, and pulled my pants up, I noticed that my lower legs were now completely covered with a carpet of large, red ants. To say I freaked out would be an understatement. I ran… I jumped.. the men tried to brush the ants of me, but once I was close enough to the tent, I removed my shoes and pants completely and ran inside to safety. Note: I was wearing a VERY long tee-shirt… thank goodness.
I don’t like ants.
Sunday morning we packed up camp and headed out on the road slowly. We followed Sean’s car watching for the pulley wheel. Every time it would fall off, we’d stop and put it back on. Finally, about the 7th or 8th time we stopped, a firetruck was going by and it pulled over. The firemen had tools and we had a way to tighten the wheel. Hurray for firemen! Once we hit pavement, we still continued slowly until we reached Sitgreaves Visitor Center where we had phone reception. Sean was able to talk his roadside assistance into sending a tow truck. Hurray tow truck!
We moved a considerable amount of our belongings into Sean’s car so we could fit him and his daughter into Stella for the trip home where we’d meet up with the tow truck and end our adventure.
As we were traveling down the mountain, I heard my rear spoiler start to rattle. It’s been known to pop off in the past so we stopped and duct taped it down as a precaution. After a while, the spoiler decided to completely disengage and remove itself from the vehicle entirely. All was lost as it flew down the freeway out of reach. Thankfully it didn’t hit any other vehicles – but I’ll credit that to Sean because upon release he advised the other cars by warning them loudly, “Spoiler Alert!”
After that very last bit of excitement we had a remaining uneventful and safe trip back to Sean’s house where we met the tow truck driver, moved our belongings back into Stella and took the 40 minute drive home where we could shower, lick our wounds, apply aloe to the children, eat pizza, and watch some Star Trek.
If I were going to have this adventure with anyone – I’d choose Ralph and Sean every time.