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Kody Goes Pro

Dakota Servold's Goin' Pro Party.

Posted: May 29, 2013


It was a surprise. Early Ernies out front.



Duff Man and Dan Lu got a gesture for everything.



Yeah!



Inside: a trip down memory lane.



Charms points out the 'blading stage.



For days.



'Whu ...'



If this scene doesn't tell you something's amiss, I don't know what will.


Hey! Hey!



The bros make it official.





Proud dad.





The cousins were hyped too.



Not bad, Mike!



Everyone was there. Handsome stoners ...



mature cake lovers ...



Asian dads ...



Matt B, Burke ...



San Jose Warehouse alumns ...



Mike even planned some special effects for the occasion. If only the damn smoke machine would turn on!



'It supposed to simulate a shower ...'





In the end, Johnny just lays back and enjoys it.



Relaxing with some Fred water.



That's what us attractive young people do to relax, you see. Fred style.



And to wash down our cake.



Ry Rey gets weird. Surprised?



Not bad, buddy!





Good lookin' family, those Servolds.



Meanwhile in the back room, Dave's business rat tail crunches the numbers.



Who could possibly be kegstanding before 9 pm?



Oh yes, I see.





And then Big Pink takes Dakota's first pro model on its maiden voyage - on the dance floor.



Oh yeah. It's tight! Congrats Kody!

Last modified on Wednesday, 29 May 2013 08:58
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