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Saturday, March 21, 2009

South Side Irish Parade

fromSasha Kaun
dateFri, Mar 20, 2009 at 12:06 PM
subjectSouth Side Irish Parade


I attended the South Side Irish Parade for the first time this past weekend. I had a blast! I even joined the parade for a little bit. I have pictures to prove it if you don't believe me. This was my first trip to the South ever. I can't wait to come back! I have even thought about moving to the South. Are the portable restrooms on the streets year round? Can I get one in front of my house?

The reason I am writing this letter is because I lost a valuable very important to me sometime during the parade. This particular item is a 10 foot leprechaun. This thing is a GIANT! I call it "Giant Leprechaun". Have you seen this Giant Leprechaun around the town? I remember having it with me when I joined the parade.

Let me describe this Giant Leprechaun so you will know what to look for. It is 10 feet tall, has a green outfit, a green hat, and a red beard.

I last remember having it at the Dunkin' Donuts on Western where I was signing autographs. I then walked toward Hoyne Avenue. Please let you know if you have seen my Giant Leprechaun. This is very important to me.

Thank you,


fromAnne Coakley
toSasha Kaun
dateSat, Mar 21, 2009 at 1:25 AM
subjectRe: South Side Irish Parade

We are glad you had such a fun time getting wasted at our parade, crashing the parade by marching in it (probably with alcohol in your hand and putting us at great risk of damage to our image, our insurance costs, and our standing with the City of Chicago), and wandering our neighborhood in such a state that you misplaced a TEN FOOT LEPRECHAUN. Because that's what the parade is all about, giving people a place to get stupidly drunk, pee on our lawns, litter our yards, and act like idiots.

For what it's worth, the parade started out as a celebration of Irish heritage, family, and faith. People like you have turned it into the disgrace it is today. Thanks a lot.

And if we find your leprechaun, you can count on not getting it back.

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