Gabriel Giroux

Top Bloke Valentine: Gabriel Giroux

  • Feb. 11, 2011 12:00 p.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.

Gabriel Giroux

Sponsor: Kawakubo

I wake her up early in the morning yelling, “LETS GO THE SHUTTLE IS IN 30 MINUTES HONEY!”

We run to the Timmy Ho’s and grab two breakfast wraps and a box of Timbits. Since it’s Valentines Day, I bought her a French vanilla instead of just a coffee (cuz, you know, its a special day and everything…).

We then run out the door to catch the shuttle up to the ski hill, where we sit on the back seat and make out. It is a cold morning and the condensation is thick on the windows, so I point at the window and to her surprise there is a cute note from me which reads ‘Gab + (your name here)’ enclosed in a heart.

We arrive at the hill where we catch the gondola and take pictures the whole ride up so our friends will be jealous when they see them on our Facebook profile pages. We slam the POW all day just as hard as I am going to slam her later.

We conclude our day in my lavish apartment in Columbia Gardens with a hot ‘n’ ready Little Caesars pizza, where we make love. I notice it is dumping hard outside and I call it quits early to conserve my energy for tomorrow’s POW day.

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