I guess that makes me Bo Duke (the blond). I’d rather be Daisy but that wouldn’t fit as well with the story. Ahh who cares, it’s my story, I’m Daisy Duke (and although she wasn’t blond in the original tv show, as you would see if you saw recent pictures of me–I’m on the path to become a blond momshell and if I got any blonder I’d look albino).
So, I’m Daisy Duke and my dad will play the part of Luke Duke. The Dukes lived in Hazzard County, Georgia. That’s funny…my dad and I are from Georgia (although we both live elsewhere now). The theme song of the show speaks about them “being in trouble with the law since the day they was born” and “straightenin’ the curves” and “flatnin’ the hills”. That’s funny…my dad and I seem to be doing that too. We are not, however, involved in moonshine or any type of illegal running…
It seems like we both like to get in trouble with the law. And the law did, indeed, get both of us. I wrote recently about getting a speeding ticket and being horrendously mortified. Well, not a week went by and my dad called to give me the news: he got a speeding ticket one town over from where I got mine. I asked, “was your police officer a young woman with short blond, streaked hair?” No? Oh, they must be on to us somehow. They’re after us. I wonder if the sheriff is named Rosco.
Dad’s officer was more lenient on him. In order to “go easy on him” he charged him not with speeding but with dangerous driving in rain and snow. He was charged more money but it’s not going to go on his record or be reported to his insurance. Are they trying to make me jealous and play the two Dukes against each other?
Not so fast Boss Hogg. I got my ticket taken care of too so it won’t show up on my record (sticking my tongue out). I just cannot get pulled over for six months. So, Daddy Duke, I will not be visiting Hazzard County Arkansas for a little while until my name is, once again, in the clear. And the next step is to weld the doors to the Durango shut, paint it orange and give it a cool name. How about the General V?