Defect comes to Sweden first next week and only 20 copys is coming the first time !! I guess by the reviews that defect is almost as good as picasso and leonardo da vinci painting if not even better. I imagine it gonna be a drug, an adrenaline rush no doubt… It’s probly the best after ski movie in the world. I just say. Sex, dan heaton and rock’n’roll that’s enough for me…
Is it giving anything away if we publish how many Eggs there are on Defect? I have found some (i’m not saying how many, so i don’t spoil it if that sort of thing is important to you), but i’d like to know if i missed any.
Do you know what is better than seeing Jeff Groves in a caveman costume in DEFECT ?
Having him fly all the way from Vancouver Island to Toronto to show up at my 40th surprise birthday party !!! … in the caveman costume !!!
(It was a costume party - birthday/halloween.) I couldn’t believe it !!!
He’s the best !!!
I was totally shocked to see all the unicyclists who attended from near and far.
Teresa and Sem Abrahams drove to Toronto from Michigan for the party too.
I appreciated that very much ! Awesome people I have know for 20 years !
My girlfriend, Jennifer, arranged the whole thing without me having any idea what was going on. I was blown away when I showed up and found out what she put together for me.
Like any unicycle type event, never enough time to spend with everyone from out of town but it is something I will always remember.
Thanks again to Jeff and Sem and Teresa for attending !!!
…and to all the Toronto Unicyclists who were a big part of the party !
Jagur, from what i remember, the caveman suit isn’t in an egg, it’s in the Extra Footage (or whatever) section. That’s not an egg, because it’s actually listed in the menu. The other ‘Laughing with Braces’ one is though. You’re right about that. Keep hunting.
One other cool thing comes to mind about the party right now…
Jeff Groves friend named Anna was the girl who jumped out of the cake.
My girlfriend had a few of my friends make a giant wooden and cardboard cake on a platform with wheels.
Carl and Sara wrapped it in birthday wrapping paper and had Anna get inside.
A friend of mine named Paul pushed the cake out from behind a curtain before Anna jumped out of it. She was dressed as a fairy.