Friday, February 13, 2009

Kansas Man Glad He Wasn’t There for Coworker Reenacted Story Ending with “Guess you’d have to be there”

Overland Park, KAN., Feb. 13, 2009 – Software engineer Ken Riesling is really glad that he wasn’t at coworker Stu Templeton’s house last night for charades. This morning, in Riesling’s office, Templeton provided a 35-minute recap of the evening, highlighted by a story about how his neighbor's wife had to act out “integrity.”

“It was hilarious,” said an animated Templeton, “She was marching around the room with this stern look on her face. She had no clue what to do! People were shouting, ‘Soldier! Parade! Uh… Superman!’ So funny! She was totally hung out to dry. And, man, did she get frustrated. We all just cracked up until the buzzer went off. It was like… Man… Guess you’d have to be there.”

At press time, Riesling expressed concern that he was going to have to stay late tonight to catch up on some work, which he later admitted is not too big a deal since he doesn’t have any plans for the evening or--for that matter--the weekend.

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