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The Mr. Stag contestants give you a little taste of what they’re all about.  Apparently, Kestrel is all about Abe Lincoln and Austin likes apples. Once again, Mr. Stag is at 7:00 PM tomorrow at Pickford Auditorium!

Remember, the contestants are all competing for charities! A large part of who wins will be determined by votes. Each vote costs $1, which goes to the Mr. Stag 2009’s charity of choice. $1 will buy you one vote, and $10 will buy you 15 votes.

Credit to Dan Kan ’09 for editing this video.

15 COMMENTS

    • Yeah, right. That thing sucked. I’m a fun of crude humor. But that was all crude and no humor.

      (I looked up some of the old videos and remembered how good they were. Especially with Ramon. Also, I’d say the other promotional video this year was quite sweet.)

    • Yeah, right. That thing sucked. I’m a fun of crude humor. But that was all crude and no humor.

      (I looked up some of the old videos and remembered how good they were. Especially with Ramon. Also, I’d say the other promotional video this year was quite sweet.)

      • We’ve seen Charlie McMahon’s superhero stories. Max Hodge singing a blues version of the Mulan soundtrack. Hasbrouck reciting Empire Strikes Back. Max Davison reading from the Vagina Monologues in his underwear. And the absurdity that is Zach Weisman. What do all of these have in common? They were all AWESOME. Keep it up, Mr. Stag contestants!

        (Note: if anyone has a recording of any of these performances, put them up on YouTube ASAP).

      • Dude, I totally agree. I love that I go to a school where most people have such a great sense of humor.

        (Seconding the call for YouTube!)

      • We’ve seen Charlie McMahon’s superhero stories. Max Hodge singing a blues version of the Mulan soundtrack. Hasbrouck reciting Empire Strikes Back. Max Davison reading from the Vagina Monologues in his underwear. And the absurdity that is Zach Weisman. What do all of these have in common? They were all AWESOME. Keep it up, Mr. Stag contestants!

        (Note: if anyone has a recording of any of these performances, put them up on YouTube ASAP).

      • Dude, I totally agree. I love that I go to a school where most people have such a great sense of humor.

        (Seconding the call for YouTube!)

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