#1- Get an avocado,
#2- Sneak it into your peep's hood,
#3- Take a picture,
.............................................................................................................. If you see a 'Cadoing taking place, submit it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that bros in Germany (I think they’re called brüds there) are totally into the ‘cado scene?
Actually, David Friberg, who sent this in, didn’t tell me that he’s a German brüd. I just figured it out after seeing that scene in Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds where (If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I don’t know what rock you’ve been drinking under, but [SPOILER ALERT]) that one Nazi deutschbag calls out the double-agent dude as being a totally British bloke cuz he doesn’t count with his thumb like regular Krauts do.
I’m not exactly sure why Herr Dave’s counting to three in this pic, but my keen sense of 'cadenfreude makes me think that there’s two more 'cadöes in his boy Franz’s schiessenpack.
Sadly, in the midst of this economic downturn, many bros can’t afford a TV, furniture or even a simple Jimi Hendrix poster to cover the bare wall! That’s why we should thank ‘Cado for the simple pleasures. Like the arts. Or like spotting your hooded bro sketching and TOTALLY DISTRACTED.
Still Life with Bowl of ‘CADOED! Kyle Ashe, c. 2012 Digital Color Photograph United States, Private Collection
Frankly, I was a little afraid to open this pic and very much relieved to find that said guac was sealed up in a container.
But to answer your question, John (and it’s a good one): Normally we here at ‘Cadoed! would frown upon using anything but a regulation issue ‘Cado. We have to admit, though, that you did your thing with such style and panache that we were able to find it within our hard, dark green hearts to accept this instance of guac-ing… Just this once, though!
Students of the ‘Cado: Please take note of this bro’s excellent use of elbow technique here- used to support and mask the weight in his bro’s hood- and maybe even better, his palpable display of enthusiasm.
When someone has Post ‘Cado Stress Disorder (PCSD), it can change the lives of everyone around them. The person with PCSD may act differently and get angry easily. He or she may not want to do things you used to enjoy together.
You may feel scared and frustrated about the changes you see in your loved one. You also may feel angry about what’s happening, or wonder if things will ever go back to the way they were. These feelings and worries are common in people who have a friend or family member with PCSD.
It is important to learn about PCSD so you can understand why it happened, how it is treated, and what you can do to help.
[Tip of the hoodie on this entry to our ‘Cado Bro Jon]