Frank Romeo

Top Bloke Valentine: Frank Romeo

  • Feb. 10, 2011 7:00 a.m.

With Valentine’s Day coming up, the Times Review decided to ask the contestants in the Revelstoke’s Top Bloke contest what their perfect date would be. Over the next few days, we’ll be posting their answers.

Frank Romeo

Sponsor: The Dancing Barber

Dusk til Dawn!!!  Dusk? By then I will be totally intoxicated so I will call for a ride with a few dinner mints from the Last Drop for you, my Valentine. Then you will carry me from the bar to the car and you will go buy me a six pack and smokes! I will invite some friends to watch the Montreal Canadiens hockey game and probably pass out.

I will apologize profusely and say this was just wrong and I will make it up to you tomorrow as I forgot it was Valentines day!!!!!

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